Defeating script injection attacks with browser-enforced embedded policies

  title={Defeating script injection attacks with browser-enforced embedded policies},
  author={Trevor Jim and Nikhil Swamy and Michael Hicks},
Web sites that accept and display content such as wiki articles or comments typically filter the content to prevent injected script code from running in browsers that view the site. The diversity of browser rendering algorithms and the desire to allow rich content make filtering quite difficult, however, and attacks such as the Samy and Yamanner worms have exploited filtering weaknesses. This paper proposes a simple alternative mechanism for preventing script injection called Browser-Enforced… CONTINUE READING
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