Tags » XSS

Web development #5: User input with HTML Forms

In my last blog post we’ve seen how to create dynamic web pages using PHP. The examples in this post are using the code examples from that blog post, so if you haven’t read it I suggest you do. 2,682 more words

Programming

Regreso + Búsqueda pasiva de XSS mediante Python !

Así es , vuelvo a los ruedos por aquí de mi querido blog. Las vacaciones se demoraron unos 17 días, asi que estoy plenamente desactualizado, ya que me ocupe de recuperar todas las energías gastadas durante el año. 345 more words

Hacking

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

Security

Root-me [Web Client] : Javascript - Stored XSS 1

Eight post solving the Web Client category for the Root-Me challenges.

Knowledge requirements:

  • Basic XSS explotation.

WARNING: Write-ups contains spoilers. Please do not read unless you have passed them, or do not plan on doing them. 207 more words

Client

Internet Explorer has a Cross Site Scripting zero-day bug

Another day, another zero-day.

This time, Microsoft Internet Explorer is attracting the sort of publicity a browser doesn’t want, following the public disclosure of what’s known as a Cross-Site Scripting, or XSS, bug. 683 more words

Featured

Worst WordPress hole for five years affects 86% of sites

An estimated 86 per cent of WordPress websites harbour a dangerous cross-site scripting (XSS) hole in the popular comment system plugin, in what researcher Jouko Pynnonen calls the most serious flaw in five years. 464 more words

Security

Cross-Site Scripting and Why You May Already Have Been a Victim

Today, I’m going to talk a little bit about website security and one of the most common forms of website attacks: Cross-Site Scripting (XSS).

According to Acunetix… 492 more words

Hacking