Category: Security

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CSS-Based Fingerprinting

Fingerprinting is bad. It’s a term that refers to building up enough metadata about a user that you can essentially figure out who they are.

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HTML Sanitizer API

Three cheers for (draft stage) progress on a Sanitizer API! It’s gospel that you can’t trust user input. And indeed, any app I’ve ever worked

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The Invisible JavaScript Backdoor

An interesting (scary) trick of an nearly undetectable exploit. Wolfgang Ettlinger: What if a backdoor literally cannot be seen and thus evades detection even from thorough code reviews? I’ll post the

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2021 End-of-Year Thoughts

Ain’t No Party Like a Third Party

I’d like to tell you something not to do to make your website better. Don’t add any third-party scripts to your site. That may sound extreme, but at one time

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Don’t Snore on CORS

Whatever, I just needed a title. Everyone’s favorite web security feature has crossed my desk a bunch of times lately and I always feel like

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