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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Top 10 Acunetix Blog Posts in 2019

The year 2019 has been very exciting for Acunetix with many changes and unprecedented growth. Not only did we unveil the long-awaited Acunetix 360 for our enterprise clients but we also moved to bigger offices and our team grew almost two-fold! The Acunetix engine has…

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What Are JSON Injections

The term JSON injection may be used to describe two primary types of security issues: Server-side JSON injection happens when data from an untrusted source is not sanitized by the server and written directly to a JSON stream. Client-side JSON injection happens when data from…

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What is GHDB (Google Hacking Database)?

The term Google hacking refers to an attack that uses a search engine like Google to find vulnerable web servers and websites. Google hacking is based on inventing specific search queries, often using advanced search operators (such as intitle, inurl, intext, filetype, and more), to locate badly configured…

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