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From ksnavely <>
Subject [GitHub] couchdb pull request: Use <%- when interpolating XSS targets
Date Thu, 01 May 2014 19:18:20 GMT
GitHub user ksnavely opened a pull request:

    Use <%- when interpolating XSS targets

    See the JIRA:

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    $ git pull 30460-XSS-substitutions

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    This closes #219
commit 5e63892323139c62fbb9194d3f287fb8e829f1cb
Author: Kyle Snavely <>
Date:   2014-05-01T15:57:42Z

    Use <%- when interpolating XSS targets
      - I tried to not be super heavy handed, only using <%- for values that
        could be set with XSS payloads or otherwise come from a user/data.


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