[Purdue-pm] reading JSON with different programming languages
jacoby.david at gmail.com
Tue May 6 10:47:46 PDT 2014
If you try to do cryptography without using pre-written libraries, you're
going to forget something and it'll be a mess. If you do CGI programming in
Perl and don't use CGI, there's going to be a hole and you're doing it
is suggested you use JSON.parse() or some other parser because of the
potential for Bobby Tables style attacks.
So, yeah, I say use libraries, and I'm using libraries.
On Mon, Apr 28, 2014 at 3:46 PM, Joe Kline <gizmo at purdue.edu> wrote:
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> Are we to write our own JSON parsers, or can we use the languages JSON
> parsers if it has one?
> Just asking since I wasn't at the meeting and such.
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