[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 26199] Implement a reflective XSS filter

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Sun Jun 14 13:50:07 PDT 2009


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------- Comment #16 from abarth at webkit.org  2009-06-14 13:50 PDT -------
Created an attachment (id=31269)
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updated patch

(In reply to comment #15)
> Why activeXSSAuditor?  Will there be more than one per scriptController in the
> future?


> > +    // The XSSAuditor associated with this ScriptController.
> > +    OwnPtr<XSSAuditor> m_XSSAuditor;
> Does the auditor have to be a pointer here? 

I make this a pointer because I didn't want to include XSSAuditor.h here
because ScriptController.h is included by the entire world (including outside
of WebCore).

> We don't use @param syntax.  In fact, neither of these comments are really
> necessary as the code is self explanatory.


> The message should be a static.

Fixed x3.

> > +// static
> This comment is not necessary.


> Missing space after (allowNullCharacters).  The parens are not needed as well.


> The use of # is inconsistent with the rest of the comment.


> We don't use @param syntax.  In fact, this comment is not necessary.


> Overall this looks great, but I want to defer r+ing this until we have some
> performance analysis done on it, even it only in the disabled state.

You mean you'd like to measure the performance impact when its enabled, right?

> Sunspider and some form of plt testing would be sufficient I think.

Sunspider I can do.  How do I do plt testing?

Thanks for reviewing the patch.  :)

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