Tags » Cross-site Scripting
The popular TV show, Mr. Robot gets hacking so right. Unfortunately, the folks that made the show’s web site haven’t gotten the message. In this video, I share the ironic story of this web vulnerability, and talk about how you can protect your site from cross-site scripting (XSS) flaws. 40 more words
This post is not directly related to any cyberstakes related problem, just for good life-knowledge.
What is XSS?
This is what I hope to answer and illustrate in this post. 661 more words
Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
What is it?
Cross-site Scripting (XSS) is a variation of a code injection attack where an attacker injects client-side script onto a vulnerable website which is later unintentionally executed by a user. 1,263 more words
As I’ve mentioned in a previous post, web applications are one of the most attractive targets for hackers because they can be easily reached, have virtually-countless attack vectors, and there are too many ways for naïve developers to goof and inadvertently introduce vulnerabilities in their source code. 1,438 more words
Thanks to built-in features of .NET Framework, it’s easier than ever to protect your applications against XSS attacks. I’m explaining simple steps to avoid this vulnerability. 246 more words