Cross-Site Scripting: An attack method that involves injection of code or markup into a webpage. There are three major types of XSS: Reflected XSS, Stored XSS (aka persistent XSS), DOM-based XSS (aka client side XSS).

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Temporary XSS Vulnerability

I found xss on a textarea field. When you enter a character to this field it output the character on realtime so when i input the following code: <input onclick=alert(document.cookie)> there ...
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Limiting latter dom-based XSS when setting document.title

Given some JavaScript which modifies the page's title by taking in variable data document.title = someVariable I am looking to address dom based XSS while keeping the title fairly readable. ...
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Can a Java servlet filter be used to pull out scripts that aren't whitelisted?

I might be asking a similar question to this: Whitelisting DOM elements to defeat XSS But I think my proposed solution is different and I was wondering if I could get the community to comment on ...
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<,>,/ etc symbols are getting escaped while trying for xss,anyother alternatives for these symbols to carry out the attack successfully?

Symbols like >, <, / etc are getting escaped any alternative to carry out the xss attack ? most of the websites are having xss filters
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XSS in HTML title tag without forward slash

I am trying to find out whether this is vulnerable against XSS: I can control the content of the title tag through the URL. This would make the site vulnerable if it wasn't for the fact that the site ...
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Content-Security-Policy & Facebook login

This question seems to be related to http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15913200/facebook-js-sdk-not-executed-in-my-chrome-extension , but I am not developing a chrome extension. I am developing a ...
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How did the Tweetdeck XSS Vulnerability work

How exactly did the recent TweetDeck vulnerability work? It says here that it had something to do with the HTML heart character but I don't fully understand what the explanation means. From the link : ...
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XSS Vectors for new Image()

What are possible XSS vectors to this JavaScript code new Image().src = encodeURI('[user url here]'); Let's assume two cases: [user url here] is some string provided by user (with no validation) ...
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How safe is Apache's Commons StringEscapeUtils.escapeXml function to prevent XSS

I am using escapeXML StringEscapeUtils.escapeXml to prevent XSS in my Java application. But I am wondering if it resolves XSS to the fullest. I have tried some XSS attack vectors, and escapeXml seems ...
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Hacking attempts:in.js

A client of mine keeps getting hacked by seemingly SQL injection where a script tag containing a link to an "in.js" file is added. Sometimes from a domain called sportserve.co.uk, other times from ...
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XSS encode / decode strange char interpretation

Can anyone tell me why i cant get this XSS to reflect ? or why is this Filtered or not rendering ? The Post sent is : ... Content-Length: 91 add=1&reference=A</><img src=a ...
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XSSER get and post

I am using xsser for XSS vulnerability testing and I have a doubt about the parameters when it's a POST method. I have tried against DVWA (which uses get) with success like this: xsser -u ...
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Possible cross site scripting vulnerability caused by url_with_protocol

I used pullreview to review my project. It came back with a security concern ( Possible cross site scripting vulnerability) on this line: link_to portfolio.website, ...
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Securing my API: concept of access tokens

First of all I want to excuse for the bad spelling and grammar. English is not my mother tongue. I have built a JSON communication between a front-end (website) and my Node.js web server. I want to ...