Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) attacks are injection attacks in which malicious scripts are injected into otherwise trustworthy and innocuous websites. XSS attacks occur when an attacker uses a web application to send malicious code to a particular end user, usually in the form of a browser side script.
We all know that skilled hackers are only as good as the tools they use – whether they are self-made or widely available to download, professionals rely on tools to speed up tests and complete tasks which would otherwise not be humanly possible (such as exploit’s with race conditions, for example). So, here they are; Sencode Cyber Security’s top 5 hacking tools as of February 2021.
Having spoken to many cybersecurity professionals at various networking events and expos, one recurring topic of conversation seems to arise; that business owners are put off improving their cybersecurity posture because they have little knowledge of the dangers that cybercrime can pose, or of the simple methods by which they can achieve security. Many organisations … Read More