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Date: Wed, 5 May 2010 22:44:07 -0700
From: Ed Carp <>
Subject: JavaScript exploits via source code disclosure

We've got a lot of JQuery code that calls back-end web services, and
we're worried about exposing the web services to the outside world -
anyone can "view source" and see exactly how we're calling our web

Are there any suggestions or guidelines regarding protecting one's
source from such disclosure?  Thanks in advance!

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