Does eValid respect the same origin policy or not?
Thanks for posting MDaniels.
You're referring to one of the key security policies for browsers, described here in a Wikipedia Article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Same-origin_policy
This prevents some very simple to implement and very dangerous kinds of phishing or spoofing, in a very effective way.
But there are exceptions to this, and there are many of them.
The basic one is that, if YOU give permission to your browser then it CAN violate the same-origin policy.
This is in fact the case with eValid: by using eValid as a product you give the product permission to do a full range of things that your regular browser wouldn't be able to do.
In fact, this is one of eValid's strengths, that it does not, as a product, have to specifically abide by same-origin constraints!
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