Thursday, February 25, 2016

Re: Forbidden words Service for GWT

I ran in to the same situation and quickly put together a servlet filter that filters out words I felt show the intention of hacking in to my system.  For example words like select, <script>, etc.  The filter is configured via a configuration file.  I can add as many new words I wish and the filter will pickup without a restart.

Like you did, I thought about an external service (free/paid) too but I was concerned about the performance.

I still think your idea is good if performance is not an issue.  I would expect such a service to be comprehensive, thoroughly thought out, rigorously tested, and supports multi-lingual.  Please keep us posted, this would be helpful for many.

On Thursday, February 25, 2016 at 7:56:38 AM UTC-5, Julio Heitor Nobrega wrote:

    Hey guys,

    i am developing a e-commerce site using GWT and i would like to ask if there is some paid/free webservice solution that verifies the existence of forbidden words (violence, sexual, weapon and/or  hate related) give a String.

    Best regards!

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