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The HTML Inline Frame Element is a nested browsing context, embedding another HTML page into the current page.

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How to get the cookie of embedded iframe

I'm embedding an iframe on my site < iframe id="demo" src="https://example.com" > example.com has a cookie (not a http-only cookie) How can I get the cookie?
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Are browser wrappers in software bad for users?

These days I see a lot of browser wrappers in software. For example: when you purchase something in the Steam desktop application and use PayPal, you enter your PayPal security details in a browser ...
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Prevent iframe from inheriting CSP headers

I have an angular 6 application where Content Security Policy headers are applied via a meta tag. On one of the pages there is an iframe for which those headers should not be applied. For some ...
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Use XSS vulnerability in iframe to compromise parent?

I have a site, let's call it parent.com, that embeds a third party plugin from child.com in an iframe. I have found a XSS vulnerability on child.com. The embedded page from child.com contains a form ...
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How do I control multiply-nested embedding of my iframe?

Domain example1.com embeds my iframe. Domain example2.com embeds an iframe served from example1.com. I would set X-Frame-Options: ALLOW FROM *.example1.com as well as Content-Security-Policy with ...
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What's the alternative of content security policy (CSP) header in Internet Explorer IE?

As mentioned in the Content Security Policy documentation & from the "supported browsers" page on the CSP site, CSP is not supported in Internet Explorer. So, if we want to support CSP in our ...
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Protect website against attacks with iframe for user generated javascript?

I'm creating a small playground for people to write and test out their JavaScript on my website. I know websites like jsfiddle already exist but it's just for fun and for the sake of trying something ...
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Can website get hacked by iframe injection?

My website has been hacked. I am observing how hacker accesses my site. Though I have been using bindparam to prevent from sql injection and direct access restriction for backdoor attack, hacker's ...
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How to bust frame busting code without sandbox

Posted this on stackoverflow, but people are apparently scared of exploit code over there. I have the following index.html page that contains an iframe. <body> <iframe id="other" src="...
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HTTP request from Embeds Trackable

I'm pretty new here so please be gentle with me, a security newb. I have a website where I want to have a user fill out a form. This form already exists on another website I own (that has greater ...
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How to confirm that an embedded iframe can read cookies from parent?

I have this html code that I may put on my site that we are evaluating for security purposes. It's code is essentially this: <iframe src="https://glenpierce.github.io/" sandbox= "allow-scripts ...
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Can malicious sites use session data from iframes?

Let's say I have logged in to my site Genuine Site. Malicious Site has an iframe embedding Genuine Site. Will the embedded iframe in the Malicious site have access to my login credentials from Genuine ...
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Website Security Breach from an Iframe

I know my website is being breached by a third-party web application under the following scenario: My users put credentials to my site into a third-party web application The third-party web ...
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Do we need to set the X-Frame-Options header for JS files too?

I have added the X-Frame-Options header for my HTML files from web server itself. Do I still need to add it for other static files like CSS and JS( which I serve from cloudfront/s3) ?
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Is window.postMessage origin check important for “stateless” iframe application?

So I'm creating a service that will be embedded in iframes and with web views like JxBrowser, the parent site will be able to pass in private input data with window.postMessage and receive back ...
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iframe Checkout Procedure

I'm working for a company that wants to allow anyone to embed an iframe in which users can buy products on potentially any site. So it would be a typical use case for users to enter in their credit ...
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AVG detects Kaspersky update files as infected (trojan, infected, malware)

(Note: update at end of Q) On a Mac, I am using AVG as the primary AV. In addition to this, I have a few scanners (Bitdefender and Malwarebytes) that I update and use periodically. Recently I decided ...
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Security questions - SSL secured payment iframe on an SSL secured site

Sorry if this has been answered before, I couldn't really find this exact example and I wanted to get a clearer answer for a client. I understand that an iframe with a https payment portal on a http (...
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How does this XSS Payload work? [closed]

I recently found this payload on a security website. I tested it out and basically it just gave me a blank box. How does it work? <iframe src=j&NewLine;&Tab;a&NewLine;&Tab;&Tab;...
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What Kind of Site Would I Need To DDOS

Recently I heard about Distributed Denial of Service and Denial of Service attacks and to see how this worked, I made a quick script (this is not a debug thing, I have an actual question about Cyber ...
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X-Frame-Options Absent but cant load the page in iframe

I am trying to find the reason that a certain webpage is not getting iframed even when X-Frame-Options header is absent. Observation: When I write an HTML with iframe tag pointing to the URL and save ...
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With HTTPS, can I reliable know client domain for authenticating them against my API

I am having a hard time coming up with the best title for this question, but let me explain my situation: I have a chat-room-as-a-service app similar to Intercom. Anyone can load the chat in an ...
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Is there any security difference between login via iFrame, Pop-up, or redirect?

There seems to be a number of techniques to authenticate a person on the web. Most commonly there are Javascript Pop-ups (Google, Firefox Persona, Disqus, etc) HTTP Redirects (OAuth, Facebook) ...
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How to avoid clickjacking in HTML and Javascript

I tried to put the following code in HTML but it is not helping me avoid me the clickjacking: meta http-equiv="X-Frame-Options" content="DENY" I wrote the following code in Javascipt: if (self == ...
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Is the src of an iframe safe for user input?

<iframe sandbox="allow-scripts allow-same-origin" src="javascript:alert(1)"> I would like to know if the src attribute of an iframe is safe for user input ? I found this question, but my ...
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Secure a page in iFrame from being used outside

In a secured area of a partner site we would like to embed an iFrame. The partner will generate a hash (accessToken) that will form a part of iFrame's src, e.g. <iframe src="our-domain.com?hash={...
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what happens if browser doesn't support X-FRAME-OPTIONS

What happens if browser doesn't support X-FRAME-OPTIONS? Does it render the uri referenced by the iframe OR it doesn't render anything in this case?
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How can I restrict my iframe to only use local content?

How can I restrict my iFrame to use only local (i.e. not from other websites) content? My question is the reverse of the question as how to restrict other sites from using my site in an iframe. I am ...
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x-frame-options header doesn't prevent showing site in iframe

For my site I see that among response headers there is X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN. Still I can preview my site in iframe of some different site, for instance here. But I expected not to. I assume ...
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Malicious Software alert from US Department of Health and Human Services

I have received a mail from a certain Security Incident Response Team on behalf of a US Department and it says, The below URL is currently being used to deliver a payload of malicious software to a ...
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How to avoid the cross-frame scripting attack over core php we application

I have developed one web application that is in core-php as per the client's requirement. My client conducted a vulnerability test, and found a Cross-Frame Scripting as a vulnerability at hard level. ...
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Security about window.opener and iframes

I have 3 domains : domainA domainB domainC If I set target="_blank" on domainA with a link to domainC, domainC can access a bunch of property of domainA. That's why I use target="_blank" rel="...
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Iframe inheriting parent's Content Security Policy

I have a parent page that has a Content Security Policy on it. The main purpose of CSP is not to prevent XSS, but to prevent network access. This page has to run some user generated/submitted HTML/CSS/...
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Stealing client certificate using Cross Frame Scripting

An application asks for userID and then it asks for the client certificate to authenticate. All the pages of the application are vulnerable to XFS. Now an attacker can get userID using XFS, but can it ...
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Is it a security risk that browsers can freely get images (and/or other resources) cross-domain?

Same origin policy protects us from malicious site manipulating the data on our trusted site by not allowing requests that would send the auth cookie e.g. But if I understand correctly images, scripts,...
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Security of iframe vs Redirection [duplicate]

For a certain functionality, I can either 1. Redirect my user to a partner website. 2. or, Open up the partner's website in an iframe. Supposing the partner was malicious and/or easily hacked, ...
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Dangers of including iframes in my website

I have a website say www.example.com. I include an iframe in www.example.com which loads a another page (say evil.example.net). What can the owner of evil.example.net do to attack www.example.com?
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Why don't web email clients put emails in an iframe?

I figured clients like Gmail.com and Outlook.com would put emails into an iframe for extra security, but it turns out they sanitize heavily with something like Caja. But is there any particular ...
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Is it safe to provide my details via an iframe, if the page in the iframe is secured with SSL? [duplicate]

Visiting a streaming service I wanted to provide my payment details and was presented with a page that wasn't secured by HTTPS/SSL. I didn't provide my details and contacted support asking them to ...
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Embedding a service subscription form (via iframe) in a landing page hosted by 3rd party - PCI DSS Complaince

We have a SaaS application which requires the user to submit payment info upon sign up. Subscription fee is charge monthly. And we have to be complaint with PCI DSS. Now, we are planning to use a ...
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How are iframes vulnerable to attacks

I have been doing some research as I am looking to implement a form on anther website using an iframe. I understand that an attacker can change the source code of an iframe to point to a script, but ...
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Cross domain iframe security

How exploitable is a site listening to browser messages from anyone? I am working on a site where I have found some iframe issues. The case is that site A has an iframe of site B, and site A listens ...
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To protect against clickjacking, is it safe to have a web page display its content until framing is detected?

Let's assume we have a web page that can't use X-Frame-Options, and the Clickjacking protection has to be JavaScript based. On this page, all sensitive actions and the display of sensitive information ...
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Is it possible to trick a person into going to a website, and running JavaScript, without them knowing? (no iframes)

My website is W. If you make a GET request to my website, it gives you JavaScript, and if you execute the JS, then you do some action (if you are logged in and have a session cookie). Can someone ...
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HTTPS iFrame embedded in HTTP page - PCI implications?

I'm currently volunteering at a nonprofit. While researching something unrelated, I noticed that a $sisteragency was using an embedded iFrame to accept online donations. While the frame's source uses ...
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Mitigating Login CSRF on 3rd party websites

I'm working on a project that requires to have a signup/login functionality exposed to partners who manage their own website. For some of these websites they reuse our own backend, and just change the ...
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What kind of attack is when we use iframes to redirect users?

What is the name of the attack if: there is a forum on the goodwebsite.comm there is an attacker website badwebsite.comm The form on the goodwebsite.comm allows us to insert iframes, and using ...
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Is the Framekiller really safe against clickjacking?

I am using this code. In the header section of the page, this CSS rule: html{display:none;} And then this javascript: if (self == top) document.documentElement.style.display = 'block'; else top....
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Security risks with iframe widget for different tools

We are building user profiles which can be embedded in client's websites. We are embedding those as iframe in client's web with user's id as parameter to iframe URL. We have authentication token to ...
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Setting certain response headers only if Referer is invalid

I came across this technique and I'm curious if there are any flaws in this design. A site sets the X-Frame-Options response header to deny only if the Referer header is not define or does not match ...