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Twitter user 0wn3d_5ys has demonstrated a persistent cross site scripting (XSS) vulnerability on Twitter he found on June 21st using his own Twitter account (visit at your own risk) that appears to be due to a lack of input validation of the application name field when accepting new requests for Twitter applications. Visiting his account on Twitter results in a pair of classic cross site scripting alert boxes, then your browser is manipulated, finally you enter the matrix (see below), and get messages from the researcher who found the vulnerability.
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XAuth is an open platform for extending authenticated user services across the web.
Participating services generate a browser token for each of their users. Publishers can then recognize when site visitors are logged in to those online services and present them with meaningful, relevant options.
Users can choose to authenticate directly from the publisher site and use the service to share, interact with friends, or participate in the site's community. The XAuth Token can be anything, so services have the flexibility to define whatever level of access they choose.
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There are many variables that affect a site's performance. The tools listed below can help you discover those variables and improve your site. We recommend that you experiment with these tools. Multiple simple changes can improve the experience for your users around the world by several seconds.
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