Two free Java EE filters for CSRF, Reflected XSS, and Adobe XSS''' |+|
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|−|OWASP contributors from '''[ http: //www. aspectsecurity.com Aspect Security] ''' have developed two new Java EE filters to protect against common web attacks. Just add a few lines to your web.xml file and enjoy the protection. |+|
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|−|; '''[[ CSRF Guard| CSRF and Reflected XSS Filter for Java EE]] |+|
[[|]] This and from [].
|−|: This filter adds a random token to forms and URLs that prevent an attacker from executing both [[ CSRF]] and reflected [[XSS]] attacks. |+|
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|−|; '''[[ PDF Attack Filter for Java EE| Adobe XSS Filter for Java EE]] |+|
[[|]] the .
|−|: This filter protects against the recent XSS attacks on PDF files. By using a redirect and an encrypted token, this filter ensures that dangerous attacks are not passed into the Adobe reader plugin. |+|
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Revision as of 14:03, 16 March 2007
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