What Are HTML Injections

HTML injections (HyperText Markup Language injections) are vulnerabilities that are very similar to Cross-site Scripting (XSS). The delivery mechanisms are exactly the same but the injected content is pure HTML tags, not a script like in the case of XSS. HTML injections are less dangerous…

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XSS Filter Evasion Basics

The two primary methods of avoiding Cross-site Scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities are XSS filtering and XSS escaping. However, XSS filtering is not recommended because it can usually be evaded using clever tricks. Here are some of the methods that an attacker can employ in their malicious…

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What Is Cookie Poisoning

The term cookie poisoning is used in different contexts to describe attacks that aim to manipulate, intercept, or forge the content of HTTP cookies. Cookie poisoning attacks are different types of attacks that can affect both the client-side application, data transmission, or the web server….

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