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By ro0ted avatar | April 20, 2014 - 12:51 | Posted in /b/ | Comments Off on #ro0ted #OpNewblood How a XSS attack happens

#ro0ted #OpNewblood How a XSS attack happens

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Some examples of the damage an XSS attack can cause:

  • Redirect page to phishing sites, or fake login pages
  • Steal the users cookies, allowing them access to other web applications with authenticated sessions
  • Insert links to remotely hosted client side exploits within a html body; with the goal of installing malware on the system (key loggers, remote access tools)

These are the most common and dangerous attack outcomes, which typically lead to complete compromise of a users system or personal information.


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