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How Someone Can Take Advantage of Old IE

According to statistics, IE 8 surprisingly still have a 3.71% market share next to IE 11, which currently has 10.74% browser share worldwide. IE 9 and IE 10 trailed behind at 2.53% and 1.94% as of January 2015. 313 more words


Rails : XSS (Cross Site Scripting) : Sanitize your data from harmful HTML tags : , , etc

Do you know what XSS is?

The most widespread, and one of the most devastating security vulnerabilities in web applications is XSS. This malicious attack injects client-side executable code. 105 more words

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Dangers of The Internet

“Teh Internets

Many of us use the internet every day. Multiple times a day. Multiple… multiple times…

We do it because the internet is awesome. 1,091 more words


Hacking Facebook Accounts Using Android 'Same Origin Policy' Vulnerability

A serious security vulnerability has been discovered

in the default web browser of the Android OS lower than 4.4 running on a large number of Android devices that allows an attacker to bypass the Same Origin Policy (SOP). 8 more words

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Protecting Web Applications with the @Riverbed SteelApp Web Application Firewall


It seems only a few years ago that web-pages served static content via HTML, hence the term web PAGE. These days, however, a web-page is merely the front-end to a… 937 more words

word: nonce


Definition: (noun) The present or particular occasion. Synonyms: time being Usage: Her tendency to discover a touch of sadness had for the nonce disappeared. Discuss.

Cross Site Scripting (XSS)

What is XSS?

It is basically an attack, that is used to execute HTML and Javascript on the web-page. This attack can be done by submitting queries into text-boxes, or even into the URL. 503 more words

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