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From: dave at horsfall.org (Dave Horsfall)
Subject: [anti-XSS]about CERT/CC:malicious_code_mitigation

On Mon, 9 Aug 2004, dd wrote:

> > The *important* part is that you're *not* using 's/[list-of-known-bad]//g',
> > but that you use 's/[^list-of-known-good]//g'.  Making the known-good list
> > for each field is the programmer's problem.
>
> [...]
>
> PS- I assume it wasn't really your intent to remove the good chars... <grin>

That is not what he wrote above.

-- Dave


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