Django (the Python web framework) escapes output to prevent XSS (Cross Site Scripting) attacks. It replaces ', ", <, >, & with their HTML safe versions. However this presentation on slide ...
I'm looking at code for an old login form I'm redesigning. It's a simple table with two input fields for username and password. But just before the end </table> tag there's a blank iFrame which ...
I started a topic HERE on the stackoverflow site, but was refered here. I did get some info there, but think it need's more indepth input. So hopefuly people here can help. I have a few domains ...
At this moment I am being hacked and I do not know to stop it. Let me explain... My website is hosted in a VPS where I am the only person who has access to it. The page is builtwith ...
I'm not aware of all the xss tricks.. While programming in Ruby on Rails, using a sanitize method to allow only certain tags and it makes its best to clear all the other tags and scripts the ...
I'm thinking about using jQuery on the server-side (node.js) to validate user input (filter tags, remove every attributes except href, rel, target & style, modify css rules which are applied ...