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08 February 2013


So one basically needs a JS snippet that detects its running on the server or the client to bypass all of these security measurements...

Security should really be in a developers mind the whole time!

Sadly, talking out of experience most Developers don't even have a clue what techniques is used to try and hack a website.

How do you prevent JavaScript from triggering app functions via xhr twice without breaking the JS logic ? this might have funny side effects :)

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