Source: cloudmersive.medium.com

Detect XXE Attacks from Text Input in PHP

Category: PHP, api

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XML External Entity (XXE) attacks are becoming a frequent occurrence and being exposed to one can cause significant damage to both company and user information. However, avoiding these threats is made easy by using the following API in PHP to detect XXE attacks from text input; beyond the primary purpose, you also have the option to allow/block internet-based dependency URLs (blocking recommended), and create lists for known safe/unsafe URLs. Our first step is to install the PHP API client: Post-installation, we are ready to call the function with the following code: To retriev e your personal API key, head to the Cloudmersive website to register for a free account and gain access to 800 calls/month across our multitude of APIs. There’s an API for that. Cloudmersive is a leader in Highly Scalable Cloud APIs.
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