Jochem Maas napsal(a):
Martin Zvarík schreef:
What's the point?

If user puts in a search input something like <script>alert('I am super

And the website outputs:
You are searching for: <script>....</script>

then what? it shows an alert(), who cares?

replace the alert() with some code that passes the cookie to a hacker controlled
domain. now create a URL that includes the given javascript:

echo ''.urlencode('<script 
type="text/javascript">/*evil code here*/</script>');

send url to unsuspecting users of your site. anyone know clicks the URL
has just had their cookies hijacked.

still don't mind?
AHA, I see.
There's a PHP configuration that cookies are available on HTTP side only, that should provide the desired security in this case, right?

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