What is Cross-Site Scripting Prevention?
A Cross-Site Scripting attack involves the execution of malicious code on a victim’s browser. Typically, the challenges to prevent Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities are complex since attacks can be orchestrated at any point in a vulnerable web application. This article explores the best practices for Cross-Site Scripting prevention, types of attacks in modern web applications and addresses commonly asked questions.
But before that, here is a quick introduction to how an XSS attack is orchestrated.
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