Posted Thursday, July 13 at 12:14 PM (5 months ago)
There is a known XSS exploit in webmention.js 0.5.4 and earlier. If you are running webmention.js on your site, please update to the latest version!
Many thanks to @tyage for reporting this vulnerability (and @psmoros for facilitating the report, as well as running huntr.dev which looks like a great security research and reporting platform).
Posted Tuesday, April 28 at 10:32 PM (3 years ago)
webmention.js now supports changing the sort criterion and order of responses, and defaults to publication (rather than receipt) time.
This was mostly to improve the presentation of responses received via brid.gy, particularly from Twitter.
Posted Wednesday, December 4 at 8:56 PM (3 years ago)
Thanks to André Jaenisch for his incredibly generous help in getting this set up!
And, if you run into any trouble (or have any suggestions for improvement), please open an issue.
(Full disclosure: I have even more of no idea what I’m doing than usual.)
Posted Friday, September 6 at 5:27 PM (4 years ago)
So hey, if you’ve been using webmention.js you should probably update it, as there turned out to be an XSS issue found by Checkmention. Better to be safe than sorry etc. etc.