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Blind_XPath_Injection_20040518.pdf
Posted May 20, 2004
Authored by Amit Klein | Site sanctuminc.com

This paper describes a Blind XPath Injection attack that enables an attacker to extract a complete XML document used for XPath querying, without prior knowledge of the XPath query.

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