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Microsoft security expert Bryan Sullivan believes denial-of-service blackmail attacks will become more common as privilege escalation attacks become more difficult to execute. He demonstrates how to protect your apps against regular expression DoS threats.
MSDN Magazine May 2010
Hello,I am using this regular expression: /.*-lyrics-.*$
and I need the expression find urls like this:http://domain.com/lor-mbongo-lyrics-loboko-txphzzf
and it do really does that!
The problem is that it finds also this URL:http://domain.com/lost-lyrics-5mk4f/lyrics
Whar regular expression should I use to exclude urls that end with /lyrics ?
Here is the kind of text I want to match via a regular Expression
The id="dgSchedule" is always present in the TAG but its location may differ
The table is span over multiple line/contains white spaces/tabs...
I have the regular expression to match the start and end tag respectively over a single line
The problem is to match the whole table span over multiple lines
<table cellspacing="0" rules="all" border="1" id="dgSchedule" style="border-style:None;height:100%;width:100%;border-collapse:collapse;">
<tr class="blackbar" align="center" style="background-color:#7FB4DE;font-family:Verdana;font-weight:bold;height:20px;">
<td>From Place</td><td>To Place</td><td>Time</td><td>Bus Type</td>
I have a required field validator for a texbox, but I just found out that the texbox can have a space in it (for a delimiter, let's say).
I checked the .net and regexlib.com, but couldn't find what I was looking for.
I simply need a regular expression that basically excepts any character string including spaces in it or even a space by itself.
Can someone help me out?