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NEW CHECK - detect when domain lowering occurs through javascript

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Domain lowering is a method commonly used for sharing functionality across subdomains of a site. For example, when sub.foo.bar wants to access data or functions in sub2.foo.bar, it can 'lower' the document.domain property to foo.bar in javascript. This will create a cross-domain scenario where all subdomains of foo.bar can communicate freely.
Closed Jul 1, 2011 at 7:17 AM by chrisweber
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