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libhtml-stripscripts-perl

module for removing scripts from HTML

HTML::StripScripts is a Perl module for neutralizes scripting constructs in HTML, leaving as much non-scripting markup in place as possible. This allows web applications to display HTML originating from an untrusted source without introducing cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities.

The process is based on whitelists of tags, attributes and attribute values. This approach is the most secure against disguised scripting constructs hidden in malicious HTML documents.

As well as removing scripting constructs, this module ensures that there is a matching end for each start tag, and that the tags are properly nested.

You will probably use HTML::StripScripts::Parser rather than using this module directly (see libhtml-stripscripts-parser-perl).

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Package version:1.05-1
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Distribution:Debian
Filename:libhtml-stripscripts-perl_1.05-1_all.deb

/usr/share/doc/libhtml-stripscripts-perl/examples/README

Check the README in each directory for an explanation of the example.

 - examples/direct
   - Using HTML::StripScripts directly

 - examples/tags
   - Overriding HTML::StripScripts to add the <meta> and <link> tags
     into the definition for <head>

 - examples/declaration
   - Overriding HTML::StripScripts to allow DDTs (Document Type Declarations)


/usr/share/doc/libhtml-stripscripts-perl/examples/declaration/README

Overriding HTML::StripScripts to allow DDTs (Document Type Declarations)
------------------------------------------------------------------------

A Document Type Declaration is the first line of an HTML (or X-HTML) document
which describes the particular version of HTML that will be used in the
document. (See http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/struct/global.html#h-7.2)

For instance, strict HTML 4.01 has
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/usr/share/doc/libhtml-stripscripts-perl/examples/direct/README

Using HTML::StripScripts directly
---------------------------------

HTML::StripScripts expects a stream of tokens.  Normally, to parse HTML, you
would use HTML::StripScripts::Parser or HTML::StripScripts::LibXML.

If, however, you are generating the tags yourself, and want to use
HTML::StripScripts directly, you need to pass it the tokens in order.

Look at examples/direct/direct.pl for an exampl
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/usr/share/doc/libhtml-stripscripts-perl/examples/tags/README

Overriding HTML::StripScripts to add tags
-----------------------------------------

The allowed tag
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/usr/share/man/man3/HTML::StripScripts.3pm.gz

StripScripts(3pm)User Contributed Perl DocumentatioStripScripts(3pm)



NAME
       HTML::StripScrip
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/usr/share/doc/libhtml-stripscripts-perl/changelog.Debian.gz

libhtml-stripscripts-perl (1.05-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release
  * Standards-Ver
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/usr/share/doc/libhtml-stripscripts-perl/changelog.gz

1.05   5 Nov 2009  Fixed bug where 'false' but valid content was being ignored,
                   e
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/usr/share/doc/libhtml-stripscripts-perl/copyright

Format-Specification:
    http://wiki.debian.org/Proposals/CopyrightFormat?action=recall&rev=196
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