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System.Web.Security.AntiXss Namespace

.NET Framework 4.5

Contains methods that you can use to encode strings in order help you protect your application against cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks and LDAP injection attacks.

The encoding algorithms look for a prescribed set of characters that are considered safe and encode all other characters. (This is sometimes referred to as "safe-listing" or "whitelisting.")

  Class Description
Public class AntiXssEncoder Encodes a string for use in HTML, XML, CSS, and URL strings.
  Enumeration Description
Public enumeration LowerCodeCharts Specifies values for the lower region of the UTF-8 Unicode code charts, from U0000 to U0FFF.
Public enumeration LowerMidCodeCharts Specifies values for the lower-middle region of the UTF-8 Unicode code charts, from U1000 to U1EFF.
Public enumeration MidCodeCharts Specifies values for the middle region of the UTF-8 Unicode code charts, from U1F00 to U2DDF.
Public enumeration UpperCodeCharts Specifies values for the upper region of the UTF-8 Unicode code charts, from UA8E0 to UFFFD.
Public enumeration UpperMidCodeCharts Specifies values for the upper-middle region of the UTF-8 Unicode code charts, from U2DE0 to UA8DF.
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