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I am submitting a paper for Blackhat USA and the OWASP Belgium and NYC conferences. These are exciting times. Blackhat is always cool, Belgium is far away, and I know Tom Brennan will put on a great show in NYC. The title of the paper, which I’m not glued to yet, is “Building And Mitigating [...]

There has been a lot of research into ways of getting around the same origin policy. What if the browser sandbox we’re all trying to figure out a way of implementing prevents you from adding various tags into the DOM dynamically? So, I imagine a common “sandbox” would prevent bad guys from dynamically inserting <script>, [...]