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Monday August 05, 2002
07:22 AM

XSS audit

[ #6900 ]
I've made a tiny utility module called HTML::XSSLint to audit XSS (Cross Site Scripting) vulnerability in HTML forms on web pages. The way this module works is not so robust, but it'll be useful for handy checking.
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  • You should post that to the webappsec list - I'm sure they'd be very interested in it, as would the WASP team.
    • Umm, what's webappsec and WASP team? (I know heavy metal band WASP, tho ;)
      • WebAppSec [securityfocus.com] is a mailing list managed by securityfocus.com, which discusses all aspects of web security, mainly XSS bugs, but lots of other stuff too.

        WASP [owasp.org] is the (Open) Web Applications Security Project - a documentation and tools project for managing things like this.