Cross Site Scripting Prevention with Dynamic Data Tainting and Static Analysis

@inproceedings{Vogt2007CrossSS,
  title={Cross Site Scripting Prevention with Dynamic Data Tainting and Static Analysis},
  author={Philipp Vogt and Florian Nentwich and Nenad Jovanovic and Engin Kirda and Christopher Kr{\"u}gel and Giovanni Vigna},
  booktitle={NDSS},
  year={2007}
}
Cross-site scripting (XSS) is an attack against web applications in which scripting code is injected into the outp t of an application that is then sent to a user’s web browser. In the browser, this scripting code is executed and used to transfer sensitive data to a third party (i.e., the attacker ). Currently, most approaches attempt to prevent XSS on the server side by inspecting and modifying the data that is exchanged between the web application and the user. Unfortunately, it is often the… CONTINUE READING
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