Web App Vulnerability Basics: Cross-Site Scripting

Web App Vulnerability Basics: Cross-Site Scripting

​This is an article in a series on Web Application Vulnerability Basics. What Is Cross-Site Scripting? Cross-Site Scripting, also known as “XSS”, is a web exploit that allows an attacker to inject malicious content (such as markup, or scripts) into a web application....
Web App Vulnerability Basics: Path Traversal

Web App Vulnerability Basics: Path Traversal

​This is an article in a series on Web Application Vulnerability Basics. What Is a Path Traversal Attack? Path traversal, also known as directory traversal and backtracking, is an exploit that allows an attacker to access files on a web server that they are not...

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