Every time a user posts something containing < or > in a page in my web application, I get this exception thrown. I don't want to go into the discussion about the smartness of throwing an excep...
I am not concerned about other kinds of attacks. Just want to know whether HTML Encode can prevent all kinds of XSS attacks. Is there some way to do an XSS attack even if HTML Encode is used?
I have a string that is html encoded: <img class="size-medium wp-image-113" style="margin-left: 15px;" title="su1" src="ht...
I am creating a RSS feed file for my application in which I want to remove HTML tags, which is done by strip_tags. But strip_tags is not removing HTML special code chars: & &c...
I am using XML to share HTML content. AFAIK, I could embed the HTML either by: Encoding it: I don't know if it is completely safe to use. And I would have to decode it again. Use CDATA sections: I c...
I have a class library (in C#). I need to encode my data using the HtmlEncode method. This is easy to do from a web application. My question is, how do I use this method from a class library that is b...
I store encoded HTML in the database. The only way i could display it correctly is : <div class='content'> @MvcHtmlString.Create(HttpUtility.HtmlDecode(Model.Content)); </div> I...
I just ran across a question with an answer suggesting the AntiXss library to avoid cross site scripting. Sounded interesting, reading the msdn blog, it appears to just provide an HtmlEncode() method....
I am of course familiar with the java.net.URLEncoder and java.net.URLDecoder classes. However, I only need HTML-style encoding. (I don't want ' ' replaced with '+', etc). I am not aware of any JDK ...