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From: jkuperus at planet.nl (jelmer)
Subject: Caucho Resin 2.x - Cross Site Scripting

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Gregory Steuck" <greg-fulldisclosure@...t.cx>
To: "jelmer" <jkuperus@...net.nl>
Cc: "morning_wood" <se_cur_ity@...mail.com>;
<full-disclosure@...ts.netsys.com>
Sent: Monday, October 20, 2003 7:27 AM
Subject: Re: [Full-Disclosure] Caucho Resin 2.x - Cross Site Scripting


> >>>>> "jelmer" == jelmer  <jkuperus@...net.nl> writes:
>
>     jelmer> Donny, These are in the example applications, which any sane
>     jelmer> admin should disable right away, much like caucho-status
>     jelmer> These are basic procedures in setting up a server.
>
> Yes, but is it not extremely lame of the vendor to ship samples with
> XSS vulnerabilities?

The point of examples is usually to be as clear as possible so it's easy to
userstand, adding filtering would just make the examples harder to read,
it's not production code after all, I think it's perfectlty ok if caucho
refuses to "fix" this


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