[WEB SECURITY] Cross Site Scripting in Google

Dennis Groves dennis.groves at gmail.com
Fri Jul 7 17:06:18 EDT 2006

I love google - I really do - however, I think we all need to be careful in
the security industry of creating "sacred cows". At the end of the day we
are security professionals not corporate loyalists, and our duty is to
protect the innocent bystandards; some of whom may even be other security
professionals who specialize in other areas of security. We must be true to
our profession first and foremost.  You can put me down on the "he did the
right thing" side of the debate.

On 7/7/06, Joseph Peloquin <jpelo1 at jcpenney.com> wrote:

"The author did the right thing here by posting examples in the past of
> Google ignoring possible issues with their website. I think the author
> actually went above and beyond the "requirements" of the list(s) and its
> reader base as well."
> Agreed.  Especially in light of the fact that FD worked as intended in
> this case.
> Joey
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