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5 years ago
dasickis
I've been thinking about this problem more seriously recently. I was wondering what would need to be to create a safe, reliable operating environment for web apps to use OS apis. I've been reading this blog for a year or so but I haven't fully grasped all the technical issues yet. There's research being done by MSFT: http://research.microsoft.com/apps/pubs/default.aspx?id=79655
Forum: News and Links
6 years ago
dasickis
I just wanted to see if it was possible to match parentheses using the replace method. Now I see that it's somewhat possible I wanted to see any shortcoming of the function or if it can be extended. I know this is not a practical approach, but it was to expand my understanding of the replace method. I have edited the function to return str.substr(0,pos). Basically, what I do is I initially s
Forum: Projects
6 years ago
dasickis
What are the limitations of trying to match certain CFG's using this method? For example, I'm trying to match 'matching parentheses' which is a CFG thus needs to be matched with at least a push-down automata. Additionally, I'm trying to figure out where my example code for CFGs would break. Also, what are some other software design issues you see with accomplishing the parsing using the regexp
Forum: Projects
6 years ago
dasickis
Can anyone comment on this? Even if the comment is "You suck!"
Forum: Projects
6 years ago
dasickis
Is there anything wrong with the approach of trying to match Context Free Grammars (CFG) with the RegExp replace module in javascript. For example, matching parens with the following: function matchParen(str){ paren = 0; pos = str.replace(/./g,function test(){ switch(arguments[0]){ case '(':paren++;break; case ')':paren--;break; } if(paren==0){paren=Infin
Forum: Projects
6 years ago
dasickis
Is this being overly paranoid: My company creates simulation software that's starting to pique interest in the automotive industry. Now that they're starting to get out and become more widely used I'm starting to worry about any security holes we may introduce into customer networks. I recently noticed that the software we use comes with a python interpreter to write scripts to automate the applic
Forum: XSS Info
6 years ago
dasickis
I know, I didn't know where to put this post and I wanted to introduce myself so I just killed too birds with one stone. Edit: I would like to move this to the proper area and split it up into two posts.
Forum: Intro
6 years ago
dasickis
Hey, I've browsed around these forums (which are really informative) and I've learned a lot from reading the blogs/forums. Now I'm paranoid about anything I do on the web. Especially, after reading the "New XSS Vectors" post. Edit #1: Renamed the topic's name. Edit #2: Taking id's advice I'm moving the rest of the post to XSS. Added Edit #1
Forum: Intro
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