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This talk will take you through everything you need to know about XSS as a developer: the various ways in which XSS vulnerabilities occur, how you should (and shouldn't) defend against them and some newer browser technologies that can help you make your applications more robust.
We are always on the look out for speakers - and welcome talk submissions from all regardless of previous experience. Concerned that your 'not the expert', no worries, you'd be surprised I am sure at what you know and the benefit you can bring from sharing your experiences with others. We have been to many events and spoken ourselves, we understand. We can help you with your talk and provide a supportive environment, where it is needed so please contact us and discuss your ideas. We also welcome tutorial and workshop style ideas.
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