NeatHtml™ is a highly-portable open source website component that displays untrusted content securely, efficiently, and accessibly. Untrusted content is any content that is not trusted by the website owner. Typical examples include blog comments, forum posts, or user pages on social networking sites. NeatHtml uses an “accept only known good” (whitelist) approach to security to help prevent attacks which are not yet known. It focuses on preventing Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) attacks but can also prevent phishing attacks and remove automated Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) attacks. In this context, phishing attacks are attacks which try to display untrusted content where the user would trust it, and automated CSRF attacks are CSRF attacks that do not require any user action beyond viewing.
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