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do ajax xmlhttprequests are directed to a filter, like any other http request?

tro vial
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am using a filter to check if a user is already in a session, therefore logged in.

was wondering if ajax xmlhttprequests are filtered also, and if that should be a concern, regarding security

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What happened when you tried it?


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