Turning off active content filteringAdded by IBM on February 11, 2013 | Version 1 (Original)
|Only turn off active content filtering if you have secured your network against cross-site scripting attacks by other means.
Before you begin
™, from user input added to a post or entry before saving the post or entry to an application; it does not filter file attachments. Before you disable active content filtering, be sure you have considered the security implications of this decision. See Securing applications from malicious attack
for more information.
- Start the wsadmin client. See Starting the wsadmin client for details.
- Find out what the current setting is for the active content filter property. See Editing configuration files for details and to find out which commands to use to check out the configuration files.
- Change the active content filtering property for the application using one of the following commands:
Apply your changes. See Applying property changes for details.
Parent topic: Securing applications from malicious attack
Starting the wsadmin client
Changing common configuration property values
Editing configuration files
Applying common configuration property changes