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While because the range of web users have increased exponentially, thus has the quantity of attacks that decide to use it for malicious functions. The vulnerability that has become usually exploited is thought as cross-site scripting (XSS). Cross-site Scripting (XSS) refers to client-side code injection attack whereby a malicious user will execute malicious scripts (also usually stated as a malicious ...
2018 Second International Conference on Electronics, Communication and Aerospace Technology (ICECA), 2018
Cross Site Scripting (XSS) Attacks are as of now the most well known security issues in current web applications. The attacks which we are using will make use of vulnerabilities in the web applications. Cross-Site scripting (XSS) Attacks happen while getting to data in middle of the data transfer. Web proxy is used as one solution on client-side. Cross Site ...
2018 International Symposium on Programming and Systems (ISPS), 2018
Social engineering is a very common method of deceiving people in the Cyberspace. Phishing is one of the most common attacks that the social engineers use to trick the users to reveal their confidential information. While various types of security schemes and Intrusion Detection Systems (IDSs) may be employed to mitigate other types of cyber-attacks, phishing cannot be thwarted only ...
2018 6th International Symposium on Digital Forensic and Security (ISDFS), 2018
In this paper, the great threat Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) is introduced that faced with the web pages. Because of the impacts of such web threats during design and developing web pages, web developers must be aware and have adequate knowledge about varies type of web attacks and how to prevent or mitigate them. Web developers should have knowledge about how ...
2012 International Conference on Computer Science and Service System, 2012
The scripting languages (mostly Java Script) have been widely used in the network application, for the sake of improvement of the user experience. This makes Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) attacks one of the most serious threats to Internet. A model checking method for the defense against cross-site scripting attacks is proposed in the paper. Bugs of the e-commercial website are found ...
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While because the range of web users have increased exponentially, thus has the quantity of attacks that decide to use it for malicious functions. The vulnerability that has become usually exploited is thought as cross-site scripting (XSS). Cross-site Scripting (XSS) refers to client-side code injection attack whereby a malicious user will execute malicious scripts (also usually stated as a malicious payload) into a legitimate web site or web based application. XSS is amongst the foremost rampant of web based application vulnerabilities and happens once an internet based application makes use of un-validated or un-encoded user input at intervals the output it generates. In such instances, the victim is unaware that their data is being transferred from a website that he/she trusts to a different site controlled by the malicious user. In this paper we shall focus on type 1 or "non-persistent cross-site scripting". With non-persistent cross-site scripting, malicious code or script is embedded in a Web request, and then partially or entirely echoed (or "reflected") by the Web server without encoding or validation in the Web response. The malicious code or script is then executed in the client's Web browser which could lead to several negative outcomes, such as the theft of session data and accessing sensitive data within cookies. In order for this type of cross-site scripting to be successful, a malicious user must coerce a user into clicking a link that triggers the non-persistent cross-site scripting attack. This is usually done through an email that encourages the user to click on a provided malicious link, or to visit a web site that is fraught with malicious links. In this paper it will be discussed and elaborated as to how attack surfaces related to type 1 or "non-persistent cross-site scripting" attack shall be reduced using secure development life cycle practices and techniques.
Cross Site Scripting (XSS) Attacks are as of now the most well known security issues in current web applications. The attacks which we are using will make use of vulnerabilities in the web applications. Cross-Site scripting (XSS) Attacks happen while getting to data in middle of the data transfer. Web proxy is used as one solution on client-side. Cross Site Scripting (XSS) Attacks are anything but difficult to find and detect, yet hard to distinguish and counteract. This paper gives customer side answer for relieve cross site scripting Attacks. The client system performance is decreased which result in poor web surfing background. In this undertaking gives a customer side arrangement that uses a well ordered way to deal with ensure cross website scripting, without corrupting much the client's web perusing knowledge. Attackers accesses and manipulates the control system networks by using cross- site scripting. It exploits Web servers that arrival progressively produced Web pages or enable clients to post distinguishable substance.
Social engineering is a very common method of deceiving people in the Cyberspace. Phishing is one of the most common attacks that the social engineers use to trick the users to reveal their confidential information. While various types of security schemes and Intrusion Detection Systems (IDSs) may be employed to mitigate other types of cyber-attacks, phishing cannot be thwarted only by using those, even if the techniques are sophisticated. This is because, often the human mistakes are involved in the process of leakage of confidential data and information. Hence, awareness of the issue and controlled cyber behavior would be key to defending against phishing type attack. Another cyber-attack, Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) could also be tackled efficiently by using some Content Security Policy (CSP) which would work alongside the traditionally used security and defense mechanisms. The purpose of this talk is to share some research findings in these and relevant areas. Also, some information would be shared for the general readers of the topic. We would like to explore how the major portion of these types of attacks could be thwarted or mitigated just by observing some precautions while interacting in the Cyberspace.
In this paper, the great threat Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) is introduced that faced with the web pages. Because of the impacts of such web threats during design and developing web pages, web developers must be aware and have adequate knowledge about varies type of web attacks and how to prevent or mitigate them. Web developers should have knowledge about how attackers attack websites and exploit weak points on websites during filling forms, registering and opening suspicious links or attachments in emails. The important of this subject is to provide great details and information about identifying impacting and protecting from these types of web threats. It aims to provide both web developers and users with enough knowledge while developing and using websites to prevent from such attacks and reduce them impacting and protecting from these types of web threats. It aims to provide both web developers and users with enough knowledge while developing and using websites to prevent from such attacks and reduce them. In this paper use PHP's functions to evaluate the efficiency of web pages for implementing it and to prevent XSS attack.
The scripting languages (mostly Java Script) have been widely used in the network application, for the sake of improvement of the user experience. This makes Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) attacks one of the most serious threats to Internet. A model checking method for the defense against cross-site scripting attacks is proposed in the paper. Bugs of the e-commercial website are found and counterexamples are showed by model checking. An operation behavior is judged if it conforms to requirements of the website for legal behavior, so as to prevent XSS attacks from the point of operation. The automatic modeling algorithm for the HTML code is proposed and the case of the performance of the algorithm is presented.
Everyone is now relying on the Internet for our innumerable kind of work; this has increased the opportunity for attackers to corrupt data and make vulnerable. Nowadays diverse kind of attacks is being launched in Cyber Space among which Cross-Site Scripting (Web Application Attack) is amongst top attacks of all time. Proposed work, suggest an outline for a system that can detect Cross-Site Scripting (known as XSS) attack using Intrusion Detection system (IDS). This work focuses on the detection of XSS attack using intrusion detection system. Here attack signature is utilized to detect XSS attack. To test the usefulness and effectiveness of proposed work a proof of concept prototype has been implemented using SNORT IDS. It is observed that proposed system correctly detected XSS attack.
Currently, dependence on web applications is increasing rapidly for social communication, health services, financial transactions and many other purposes. Unfortunately, the presence of cross-site scripting vulnerabilities in these applications allows malicious user to steals sensitive information, install malware, and performs various malicious operations. Researchers proposed various approaches and developed tools to detect XSS vulnerability from source code of web applications. However, existing approaches and tools are not free from false positive and false negative results. In this paper, we propose a taint analysis and defensive programming based HTML context- sensitive approach for precise detection of XSS vulnerability from source code of PHP web applications. It also provides automatic suggestions to improve the vulnerable source code. Preliminary experiments and results on test subjects show that proposed approach is more efficient than existing ones.
The inappropriate use of features intended to improve usability and interactivity of web applications has resulted in the emergence of various threats, including Cross-Site Scripting(XSS) attacks. In this work, we developed ETSS Detector, a generic and modular web vulnerability scanner that automatically analyzes web applications to find XSS vulnerabilities. ETSS Detector is able to identify and analyze all data entry points of the application and generate specific code injection tests for each one. The results shows that the correct filling of the input fields with only valid information ensures a better effectiveness of the tests, increasing the detection rate of XSS attacks.
Web applications provide vast category of functionalities and usefulness. As more and more sensitive data is available over the web, crackers are getting attracted in such data revealing which can root immense harm. SQL injection is one of such type of attack. This attack can be used to infiltrate the back-end of any web application that may lead to modification of database or disclosing significant information. Attacker can obfuscate the input given to the web application using Cross site scripting attack that may direct to distortion in the web page view. Three tier web applications can be categorized into static and dynamic web application for detecting and preventing these types of attacks. Mapping model in which requests are mapped on generated queries can be used productively to detect such kind of attacks and prevention logic can be applied for attack removal. The impact measurement of container based approach on the web server is measured using autobench tool, the parameters used are network throughput and response time.
Web Application becomes the leading solution for the utilization of systems that need access globally, distributed, cost-effective, as well as the diversity of the content that can run on this technology. At the same time web application security have always been a major issue that must be considered due to the fact that 60% of Internet attacks targeting web application platform. One of the biggest impacts on this technology is Cross Site Scripting (XSS) attack, the most frequently occurred and are always in the TOP 10 list of Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP). Vulnerabilities in this attack occur in the absence of checking, testing, and the attention about secure coding practices. There are several alternatives to prevent the attacks that associated with this threat. Network Intrusion Detection System can be used as one solution to prevent the influence of XSS Attack. This paper investigates the XSS attack recognition and detection using regular expression pattern matching and a preprocessing method. Experiments are conducted on a testbed with the aim to reveal the behaviour of the attack.
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