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[whatwg] Proposal for cross domain security framework

From: Frode Børli <frode@seria.no>
Date: Fri, 20 Jun 2008 21:18:52 +0200
Message-ID: <31fb000f0806201218t27b87388x920a89843dd4a558@mail.gmail.com>
> Web applications could still easily ported from one system to the
> other, because the file would be processed transparently.
> The only problem I see is getting the allowed domains right, the
> xsocket file can point to. On the one hand, you may want a dedicated
> machine for the persistent connections if you run a very popular
> service and anticipate many connections at once. On the other hand,
> you don't want an evil site getting access to your service using their
> own xsocket file.

All servers that can accept connections must have a xsocket file.

The only way around this that I see is my reverse DNS proposal...

Best regards / Med vennlig hilsen
Frode B?rli

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