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Improving standards and implementations to advance the security of the Web.
This wiki is open for contributions by all with a W3C account. For discussions, please refer to the public-web-security mailing list.
- request a Member account (use if you work for a W3C member company)
- request a Public account (use otherwise)
- password mailback
Specs to review, groups to watch
Wiki pages containing information about these specifications:
- Content Security Policy (webappsec); use the email@example.com mailing list for discussion.
- XMLHttpRequest (webapps)
- CORS and Uniform Messaging Policy (webappsec); use the firstname.lastname@example.org mail list for related discussions
- HTML5 (html)
- Websockets (webapps)
- Anti-Clickjacking Requirements (webappsec); use the email@example.com mailing list for discussion.
Related Groups to Liaise With
- Trusted User Interface
- Same Origin Policy and Same Origin Policy by Adam Barth
- Cross Site Attacks
- Comparison of CORS and UMP (Work in progress)
Perhaps this wiki would be handy for thinking thru some security patterns the TAG is discussing under ISSUE-31 (metadatainURI-31)...
- Ungessable URI, Web Key, Email Confirmation
- Passwords In The Clear (maybe not worth bothering; the finding is done, I think)