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A Tale of Stealing Session Cookie in phpMyAdmin

Cross site Scripting in phpMyAdmin

What is phpMyAdmin?

phpMyAdmin is a free and open source tool written in php designed to manage MySQL databases over the Internet. 222 more words

PhpMyAdmin

How to prevent cross site scripting

Cross site scripting (XSS) attacks are a type of injection, in which malicious scripts are injected into otherwise trusted websites. XSS attacks occur when an attacker uses a web application to send malicious code, generally in the form of a browser side script, to a different end user. 271 more words

Software Engineering

HackThis! Intermediate Level 4

This challenge is required to us to by pass XSS Filter. The method is called XSS Filter Evasion. There are a lot of method to tailored the JavaScript but I’ve tried some of the code and util I finally realized that this website was removing every script tag on the input. 59 more words

Hackthis.uk

Bypassing XSS Filters Without Any String.

So I was Browsing Some Website .Suddenly Some Naaptol’s advertisement came on my side bar.Clicked it,Now I am on the front page . The First I usually Try On A Website Is To Search For Products In The Search Bar. 555 more words

Mohit-dabas-blog

The BodgeIT Store Series #1, Level 1 XSS - #bodgeit #infosec #pentest #appsec #webapp #XSS

First post of 2018!

This post will be a first in a series to solve the BodgeIt Store.

I am running the BodgeIt store from an ISO (disk image) on a virtual machine (I am using VM Workstation Player 12 which is free). 262 more words

Open Antecedent Components, Cipher Aggregate Annoyance Bottomward Web App Security

The latest admonition of that trend is a address from Imperva appear Wednesday assuming a 212% percent access in the cardinal of new Web appliance vulnerabilities appear in 2017 compared to the year before. 671 more words

Browser login managers XSS attack

https://freedom-to-tinker.com/2017/12/27/no-boundaries-for-user-identities-web-trackers-exploit-browser-login-managers/

The article shows how third-party scripts exploit browsers’ built-in login managers (also called password managers) to retrieve and exfiltrate user identifiers without user awareness. To the best of our knowledge, our research is the first to show that login managers are being abused by third-party scripts for the purposes of web tracking.