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January, 2012

24 January 2012 by Dave Stroud

Hello and welcome to the new Perspective Risk blog! I thought I’d begin with a series of posts on Cross Site Scripting (XSS) as this is an area of web security I’m particularly interested in. We’re going to start with the very basics, by taking a look at what XSS actually is and the three different varieties of it. XSS Cross Site Scripting (XSS) attacks occur when a website fails to properly prevent attackers from inserting malicious code … Read More »

4 January 2012 by Pravesh Kara

The Perspective Risk blog has been created to provide information security resources to the penetration testing community and customers alike. We will endeavour not to swamp you with corporate information but from time to time and where we believe we have something of value to say we will post it here. One aspect of the blog is to chart the progress of one of our graduates, Dave, and he will be making regular posts on vulnerabilities, pen … Read More »

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