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Sanitizing JavaScript to prevent XSS

I'm going through a vulnerability remediation exercise for a client and am trying to figure out how to best mitigate this particular hole. There's a script on our site that calls up content into a new ...
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DOM Based XSS attacks: what is the most dangerous example?

I knew that XSS attacks (“non-persistent” and “persistent”) can hijack user session, deface websites, conduct phishing attack, etc. However, I can't understand what is dangerous of DOM Based XSS if ...
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Safe YAML parser?

I've recently read that YAML was not "designed to handle malicious user input", because a malicious YAML input "can create instances of all classes defined in the targeted Rails application". ...
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Detecting or preventing process memory injections on Windows (anti-hack)

Standard hacking case. Hack injects into a started game process and writes over process memory using WriteProcessMemory call. The situation is like this: we are hosting a game server clients join ...