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Hacking Hacker Noon: Cross-Site Scripting attacks via crafted SVG images

How can malicious SVGs be used to exploit XSS vulnerabilities?

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My colleague, Mike and I while pondering usual work stuff, began to casually discuss the potential of SVGs, especially how cool is that they are mere XML documents represented as an image — enabling them to act as the perfect latent




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