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Last post Jan 12, 2007 04:07 PM by SomeNewKid
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Cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks exploit vulnerabilities in Web-based applications that fail to properly validate and/or encode input that is embedded in response data. Malicious users can then inject client-side script into response data causing the
unsuspecting user's browser to execute the script code. The script code will appear to have originated from a trusted-site and may be able to bypass browser protection mechanisms such as security zones.
ASP.NET developers may wish to use the Microsoft Anti-Cross Site Scripting Library to encode output. This library differs from other encoding libraries in that it uses the principle of inclusions and provides a high degree of protection against XSS attacks.
Learn more about the Anti-Cross Site Scripting Library
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Please use this forum to discuss the Anti-Cross Site Scriping Library, and to resolve any problems you may have using the library.