- June 8th, 2011
Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) is a type of attack where a hacker attempts to inject client-side scripting into a webpage that others are able to view. The attack could be as simple as an annoying alert window or as sophisticated as stealing a logged in user's credentials (commonly saved in browser cookies). With a user's credentials, a hacker could gain access to sensitive parts of your website or web application. In this simple guide, I'll show you a few ways to protect your webs... Read more.