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WASC Script Mapping Project released

Romain Gaucher writes

"The Web Application Security Consortium is pleased to announce the first results of the Script Mapping project! At this stage in the project we were able to cover most of the test cases for Internet Explorer 7, Firefox 2 and Safari 3.

The results can be found on the project page: http://www.webappsec.org/projects/scriptmapping/
Project Description:

The purpose of the Script Mapping Project is to come up with an exhaustive list of vectors to execute script within a web page witho ut the explicit use of <script> tags. This data can be useful when testing poorly implemented Cross-site Scripting blacklist filters , for those wishing to build an html white list system, as well as other uses.

WASC is actively seeking volunteers from various sections of the community including penetration testers, security researchers, and developers to contribute to this project.

If you would like to be involved with the project or if you have comments about the results, test cases etc., please contact me. "

Project Link: http://www.webappsec.org/projects/scriptmapping/


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