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Is the sanitizer that keeps us safe from nefarious things like <script>alert('evil here');</script> public/available?

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In 2009, this was how it was done.

It'd be nice to know if Jeff has updated the public version since then; there are 53 refactorings, but none by Jeff Atwood.

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errr.. it's at the top of the page! text -- UPDATED: July 11th to reflect all refactorings, plus optimizing for speed. Now 2x faster! ; UPDATED: Sept 1st, bugfixes ; UPDATED: May 14th, simplify and improve whitelist strictness – Jeff Atwood Feb 10 '10 at 2:41

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