AJAX - is your application secure enough?

Wednesday, 5 April 2006, 3:51 PM EST

We see it all around us, recently. Web applications get niftier by the day by utilising the various new techniques recently introduced in a few web-browsers, like I.E. and Firefox. One of those new techniques involves using Javascript. More specifically, the XmlHttpRequest-class, or object.

Some web-enabled applications, such as for email, do have pretty destructive functionality that could possibly be abused. The question is will the average AJAX-enabled web-application be able to tell the difference between a real and a faked XmlHttpRequest?

At Darknet.

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