[OWASP-FILTERS] RE: Filters V1
mark at curphey.com
Wed Nov 6 09:49:42 EST 2002
OK No dog food consumption needed ;-)
I guess as the first implementor outside of the original design team, I
am interested in exploring what you feel you will need to add as custom
filters and see if you think that code should be added to the standard
On Wed, 2002-11-06 at 00:31, David Raphael wrote:
> I just checked out the Filter code (java) earlier this wonderful November
> I think that I would like to use this in conjunction with the
> Java Servlet Filter API...What do you guys think? I can implement some
> generic Servlet Filters utilizing this code. Additionally, there will
> be some "custom" filters that will be used for the Portal. The generic
> Filters might be some good examples of how to use the code you guys are
> This way we can use the filter during the Request/Response pipeline
> processing. And we can chain filters (at least with Servlets ;) ).
> Looks good so far!
> Pls don't make me eat any dog food. I promise I'll behave.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Mark Curphey [mailto:mark at curphey.com]
> > Sent: Wednesday, November 06, 2002 1:27 AM
> > To: owasp-filters at lists.sourceforge.net
> > Cc: David Raphael
> > Subject: Filters V1
> > Hi Alex et all,
> > Just checking in on Filters project. I know you guys have some initial
> > code for Java, whats the plan next ?
> > Are you going to take whats been done, refine it then port to
> > Python, C,
> > PHP and Perl (as per CVS).
> > Do you plan to release a white-paper type thing explaining how to use
> > Filters and why they were created or am I really jumping the gun ;-)
> > I CC'd our portal developer David Raphael as I am very much hoping the
> > OWASP portal can start eating our own dog food early on ;-)
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