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Perl.com Provides Tips on Preventing Cross-Site Scripting Attacks

Yesterday, Perl.com published an article by Paul Lidner called Preventing Cross-site Scripting Attacks. This article takes a shot at explaining one of the more poorly understood dangers of Internet programming. It also offers some good tips to help programmers who use CGI.pm and mod_perl to avoid vulnerabilities.

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