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Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)

XSS What is Cross-Site Scripting? Threat level: VERYHIGH Injection of malicious scripts through the URL. Allowing hackers to easily steal any of your passwords, without hacking the site. It's highly effective, difficult to identify but relatively easy to prevent. A Ā«friendĀ» emails you an innocent url or image. Before you know it, your social account is stolen. It's that easy. Social engineering One of the ways to use XSS is by exploiting Cookie stealing website cookies. Sounds delicious! An effective and planned XSS attack can infect the entire database, thus all Database infecting the user accounts. XSS accounts for 15% web attacks of all ScanArch a W3Shield company

Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)

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Explains how XSS works and tells you what the possible devistating results are.

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