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Marc Wandschneider is a professional software developer with well over fifteen years of industry experience (yes, he really is that old). He travels the globe working on interesting projects and gives talks at conferences and trade shows whenever possible.

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Posted to: Things I've learned about CoreImage (and Quartz, and OpenGL) in two weeks
Jul 08, 2006 | 21:22:51
StripTags 1.0 Released
By marcwan

Download version 1.0 of StripTags for PHP5

After some further development over the last couple of weeks, I have released version 1.0 of the StripTags class for PHP.

This class is designed to replace the strip_tags function in PHP, which does not work particuarly well. It serves to help website authors avoid cross-site-scripting (XSS) attacks in user-created content, for sites such as blogs or forums where users can enter entries, articles, or comments.

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Jun 16, 2005 | 14:46:59
Helping Prevent XSS Attacks in PHP5
By marcwan

Download version 0.9 of StripTags for PHP5

One of the greater dangers facing web application authors today are Cross Site Scripting attacks (given the initialism XSS, so as not to be confused with cascading style sheets). In this, people filling in forms on your web site (such as a comment on a blog entry, etc.) include malicious input that, when others go to view it, can cause effects that range from the annoying (popping up advertisements) to the dangerous (redirecting you to a site that “spoofs” the current site and spies on your input).

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