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Re: Re: Javascript and plugging holes

  • From: Bill Lindsey <bill@blnz.com>
  • To: xml-dev@lists.xml.org
  • Date: Fri, 10 Dec 2010 12:33:38 -0800

Re:  Re: Javascript and plugging holes
On 12/10/10 9:36 AM, Simon St.Laurent wrote:

> There are lots of security holes in JavaScript and the Web environment,
> and many of them happen to work on phones too now.

Another example:  Flash ActionScript .swf files can load XML from other 
domains if that domain hosts the appropriate policy file.  ActionScript 
also provides access to the containing document's javascript environment.

I have had occasion to use this to effect cross-domain loading of XML 
and insertion into the DOM.

Won't work on an iPhone, though.


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