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“And hobbyist hacker Samy Kamkar created a proof-of-concept code last year that uses what's known as a cross-site scripting attack to grab the location of Wi-Fi routers that can be seen from an unsuspecting visitor's computer.”
“And in the distributed social model of the web, there is nothing more fundamental than establishing a means of expressing durable, cross-site identity.”
“Common operating software weaknesses overflow buffer of memory corruption, format string attacks, race conditions, cross-site scripting, cross-site request forgery, code injection and SQL injection bugs.”
“Testers discovered a major security flaw at one of the three sites: a cross-site scripting vulnerability that hackers could tap to take over visitors 'accounts.”
“A cross-site scripting (XSS) attack is a kind of security vulnerability typically found in web applications which allows code to be injected into web pages.”
“Does this automatically make cross-site scripting some kind of big “threat” that needs to “go away” by means of a government ban?”
“These are convenient, to be sure, but of limited utility to users with cross-site ambitions, who require interoperability.”
“Cookies with user credentials are a popular target for online criminals, and malformed ones are used for cross-site scripting attacks that can steal credentials and redirect users from legitimate to malicious sites.”
“The 2.3.6 release features cross-site scripting prevention to match Rails 3.0 as well as Active Record improvements.”
“The blog cites issues with the rails_xss plugin addressing cross-site scripting.”
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