Foot Note

Chapter 1

1 Jesse James Garrett, who coined the term Ajax, claims that it is not an acronym. Pretty much everyone else in the world believes that it is.

Chapter 4

1 Cookies can also be used as a form of client-side storage, as we will discuss in depth in Chapter 8, “Attacking Client-Side Storage.”

2 No, Referer is not a typo: The W3C standard itself misspelled the word.

3 RFC822 and others provides more detailed information on what characters are allowed in different parts of an email address

4 Security researcher Robert Auger gave a well-received and comprehensive presentation at Black Hat 2006 about using RSS as a vehicle for injecting malicious content.

5 http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/rss/rss.html

6 Malicious JavaScript already contains ...

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