I was not very surprised to find a very comprehensive jshotkeys plugin. It was feature rich and addressed all the requirements for hotkeys in a jquery powered application and obviously my requirement was fulfilled as well. But the basic issue (and advantage too) with any plugin is that it is written for a wide range of audience. So, although my requirement was only for a “Ctrl + key” combination, I had to part with my bandwidth for all other features this plugin offered.
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x5s - test encodings and character transformations to find XSS hotspots. Here's a quick tutorial to get you familiar with x5s and how to use it.
I'm assuming now that you have Fiddler and x5s installed. Configuration Open Fiddler, go to the x5s tab, click Enable. Type in the Preamble 'pqz'. Check the box to Enable Domain Name Targetting and add the domain 'nottrusted.com'. You're almost set up! Test Case Configuration Now move to the 'Test Case Configuration' tab, where you'll find all of the test cases x5s will send as character probes. We'll pick one or more from each category to get started.