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Uncomplicated Explanations For Simple Security Topics by @sec_r0



XSS: Cross Site Scriting - Never been so easy

XSS is a kind of security vulnerability that is exploited on the client-side but is a server-side issue, where the server does not validate the input from the client and sends it back to the client.
There is plenty of information available on various sites for each of the topics that I discuss here but I have made a small attempt to make it organized and uncomplicated.

I have covered: XSS, Why XSS happens?, Why it is called Cross Site?, XSS Sinks, A simple mitigation technique based on sink types, and short note about what are XSS types.

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