This is tricky as it's not always clear what code triggers the warning in IE. It returned this baffling page, which was of no use to me, but made me curious about why the page exists. I don't know where this one falls at the moment, but it's a tricky one to hunt down even if you know what's going on. eg. http://auctusdev.com/internet-explorer/internet-explorer-cross-site-scripting-error.html
Blog Sign in Join ASP.NET Home Get Started Learn Hosting Downloads Community Overview Community Spotlight Articles of the Day What's new Community Blogs ASP.NET Team Events Hall Of Fame MSDN Samples I'm still having the pop up using IE9... I can't say I spent a lot of time on it, but comparing the first request when it didn't pop up the warning with the one that did later wasn't much boweasel View Public Profile Find More Posts by boweasel 27 Apr 2016 #4 derekimo Win 10 Pro x64 17,245 posts East Bay Area, CA You have to take
Posted 34 months ago. ( permalink ) elizabeth_mason1971 says: ksmilfandhubby: Ditto,i also have the same problem too.What is it with Flickr,is it the name of the site,or what it is known No changes to my machine at all. They can add the "X-XSS-Protection: 0" header to their response if they are not worried about XSS attacks and do not want any sanitization from an XSS Filter (IE's or WebKit's). Ie11 Cross Site Scripting Error Hi, Some things never change in browser versions example these settings still exist in ie11 My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom assembled by me :} OS Win-7-Pro64bit
Posted 35 months ago. ( permalink ) social_phobe says: Alas, still consistently getting the popup here too (IE9). *sigh* Posted 35 months ago. ( permalink ) Ro6ue says: ...and the lab The data is usually gathered in the form of a hyperlink which contains malicious content within it. Is it normal for all the mods around here to go missing at once...? see here Doing so will leave you vulnerable to cross-site scripting attacks as explained above.
On the help forum page! Cross Scripting Error Internet Explorer 11 If I block this domain via a local proxy, then I don't see the pop-up. Browse other questions tagged internet-explorer-8 xss or ask your own question. Posted 34 months ago. ( permalink ) ~ PJ ~ says: Its been a month and its still not sorted , sorry but this is beyond a joke now !
A few links are out of our control, but I'll be updating the ones on the Flickr side after the weekend. http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/169672-internet-explorer-cross-site-scripting-xss-filter-turn-off.html Reference: How does Internet Explorer help protect me from cross-site scripting attacks?Sabrina TechNet Community Support Marked as answer by Sabrina Shen Friday, December 23, 2011 2:28 AM Monday, December 19, Internet Explorer 11 Has Modified This Page To Help Prevent Cross-site Scripting The user will most likely click on this link from another website, instant message, or simply just reading a web board or email message. Disable Xss Filter Ie 11 Read here: http://www.h-online.com/security/news/item/Security-feature-of-Internet-Explorer-8-unsafe-868837.html From that article: However, Google disables IE's XSS filter by sending the X-XSS-Protection: 0 header, which makes it immune.
However, It is not recommended to turn off the XSS Filter. Check This Out In Internet Explorer, click on Tools (Menu bar) or gear icon (in IE9), and click on Internet Options. 2. One day it was fine, the next day, I started getting that annoying pop up from IE. Why would anyone running Windows 7 be using Internet Explorer 8 or 9? Ie11 Xss Filter
While some pages are, the entire site isn't 100% SSL-compatible - we have some work underway to address this. Yes, use IE8 and your browser is pařṣinͅg HT̈́͜ML w̧̼̜it̏̔h ͙r̿e̴̬g̉̆e͎x͍͔̑̃̽̚. ‘XSS protection’ by looking at the strings in the query is utterly bogus. It's just not worth it… and it's highly doubtful that the XSS filter was ever worth it at all. (A non-watertight method like this could work for a tool like NoScript, http://auctusdev.com/internet-explorer/internet-explorer-9-cross-site-scripting-error.html asked 6 years ago viewed 39984 times active 5 years ago Blog Stack Overflow Podcast #91 - Can You Stump Nick Craver?
It's quite clear you are not competent to deal with it. Cross Scripting Internet Explorer 11 XSS is a feature provided by IE to protect users from cross-site scripting attacks. How to find positive things in a code review?
I suppose it does catch actual problems once in a while, but I saw more than once where it's just an annoyance. Doing so will leave you vulnerable to cross-site scripting attacks as explained above. Thus far, I have not been able to reproduce the issue on brand-new IE installs with default security settings. What Is Xss Filter Reference: How does Internet Explorer help protect me from cross-site scripting attacks?Sabrina TechNet Community Support Marked as answer by Sabrina Shen Friday, December 23, 2011 2:28 AM Monday, December 19,
Posted 34 months ago. ( permalink ) elizabeth_mason1971 says: Schill: does this have anything to do with blocking your location within IE.does that need to be disabled. Raelene Thursday, December 15, 2011 6:03 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote This error occurs if “Cross-site Scripting (XSS) Filter” is enabled in Internet Explorer. My client is able to replicate the issue, but I am not. have a peek here The flaw with Internet Explorer's anti-XSS filter is that injected untrusted data can be turned into trusted data and that injected trusted data is not subject to validation by Internet Explorer's
I had not made any changes to my security settings, had not done any updates from Windows or IE.