HTML::Detoxifier 0.02 --------------------- NAME HTML::Detoxifier - practical module to strip harmful HTML DESCRIPTION HTML::Detoxifier is a practical module to remove harmful tags from HTML input. It's intended to be used for web sites that accept user input in the form of HTML and then present that information in some form. Unlike other modules, HTML::Detoxifier is intended to be a practical solution that abstracts away all the specifics of whitelisting certain tags easily and securely. Tags are divided into functional groups, each of which can be disallowed or allowed as you wish. Additionally, HTML::Detoxifier knows how to clean inline CSS; with HTML::Detoxifier, you can securely allow users to use style sheets without allowing cross-site scripting vulnerabilities. INSTALLATION The standard drill. perl Makefile.PL make make test make install DEPENDENCIES HTML::TokeParser HTML::Entities Exporter COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE Copyright (c) 2004 Patrick Walton <firstname.lastname@example.org> but freely redistributable and modifiable under the same terms as Perl itself.