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Real-life hacker finds serious bug in hacker TV show Mr. Robot website

The TV show “Mr. Robot” received a lot of praise from its tech-savvy audience after the USA Network drama about a group of anti-establishment hackers debuted last year. 374 more words

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Mr. Robot Hacked? - Daily Security Byte EP. 262

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

Editorial Articles

A Brief Introduction to Cross Site Scripting (XSS) [Part 1]

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

Tutorial

OWASP Top 10 # 2 - Cross Site Scripting (XSS)

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

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XSS (Cross-Site Scripting)

Cross-Site Scripting has been one of the most abundant attacks on the Internet, and has been for the last decade. It is a danger that is almost impossible to detect as a user and could be a problem of the past in a perfect world. 1,185 more words

Cross-Site Scripting

A beginner’s guide to cross-site scripting (XSS) attack prevention

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

Cybersecurity

How to prevent XSS (Cross Site Scripting) attacks in ASP.NET applications

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

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