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Category Archives: Bugs Life

RXSS Security Audit Results

W3C recently submitted to a Web Application Penetration Test. It was conducted by researchers and testers of SBA Research within the context of Mobsetip research project and specifically targeted Reflected-Cross-Site-Scripting vulnerabilities using combinatorial testing methodologies. SBA Research approached W3C since the size of our website and the nature of our organization made for an interesting […]
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W3C Site Bugs!

We've received a number of helpful bug reports about the new site. I thought I should list a few here so that we can refer to them. We are working to have these particularly tricky ones fixed as quickly as...
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W3C Site Launch

Today we launched the new W3C. We've been working on it for a while, so I'm happy that it is seeing the light of day. Comments are flowing in, some touching on issues we identified when we announced the beta...
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beta.w3.org

Today we made public our beta of the redesigned W3C Web site. I am sure we will learn a lot now that it is live. Last night, as I was thinking about what to highlight in this post, I concluded...
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