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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) and DOM-based XSS (aka client side XSS).

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execute code in a modern browser any respect, nevermind XSS a page. In certain contexts, an SVG image can execute Javascript code, but these are either child contexts such as <iframe>, <object> or …
answered Aug 10 '17 by zemnmez
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I think, unlike how others have suggested this does not mean prevention against HTML type XSS injection. I will demonstrate by generalised example from an XSS bug bounty I got paid out from a top … API, saying the weather is rainy. Counterpoint: HTML Injection Let's assume we do no sanitisation or contextual sanitisation on our inputs. Now, the simplest and most obvious XSS we can do is send a …
answered Mar 13 '18 by zemnmez