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How to perform various cross-site scripting attacks

Dropping what you’re working on right now to patch old code might feel like a waste of time. However, the advantage is that it decreases the probability that your application could be used to scam people or cause other damage.

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Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) assaults are a kind of injection, in which vindictive contents are infused into generally trusted websites. XSS assaults…

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