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+ - String Validation Routines in .NET Exposed->

Submitted by ubiquitin
ubiquitin (28396) writes "Web application security researcher Arian Evans has posted previously unrelease details of Microsoft's .NET 1.1 string validation routines. This includes anti cross site scripting request validation routines as well as a more generic ValidateString method. Such disclosure is expedient for all appsec researchers wishing to find holes in .NET applications."
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