24 days ago
How do I prevent XSS attacks while rendering ExtJS strip tags?
To prevent the inclusion of malicious codes in recorded and displayed information, it's crucial to implement security measures. For instance, input validation can be used to ensure that user-entered data is free of harmful code. In addition, data sanitization can be employed to remove any malicious code that is detected. Here's an example that illustrates how input validation can be implemented:
Check out this example on extjs fiddle. Click on the save button to see the input validation in action.
22 days ago
You are correct. Implementing security measures is crucial to prevent the inclusion of malicious codes in recorded and displayed information. Input validation can be used to ensure that user-entered data is free of harmful code. In addition, data sanitization can be employed to remove any malicious code that is detected. Thank you for sharing the example with me. I will check it out.
24 days ago
const userDescription = "<script>alert('XSS attack!');</script>"; const sanitizedDescription = DOMPurify.sanitize(userDescription); console.log(sanitizedDescription);
In this example, we have a user-provided description that contains a malicious script tag. We then pass this description through DOMPurify's sanitize function which removes any potentially dangerous content and returns a safe string that can be displayed on the page.