The other two problems are a cross-site scripting vulnerability and a SQL injection vulnerability, according to aposton Pastebin.
What does XSS stand for?
XSS stands for Cross-Site Scripting
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 5 other meanings of XSS in our Acronym Attic
- X-Ray Spectrum
- X-Ray/Gamma-Ray Spectral Analysis Package in Xanadu
- XML Shareable Playlist Format
- Xuzhou Sweet Potato Research Center (China)
- X-Band Scatterometer Radar
- XM (No Modulation) Satellite Radio (also seen as XMSR)
- XML (Extensible Markup Language) Schema Repository
- Xtreme Street Racing
- Cross-Site Request Forgery
- XML (Extensible Markup Language) Service Request Language (process execution control)
- Experimental Small Satellite
- Experimental Space Station
- Xenia Self Storage (Xenia, OH)
- Xml Session Sheet
- XyLoc Security Server (software)
- XML (extensible markup language) Security Suite for JAVA
- Xerox Singapore Software Centre
- Expedited Session Service Data Unit
- Extended Server-Side Includes (Apache)
- XPress Software Solutions Ltd. (UK business)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Volume 3 includes several new areas of analysis including a deep dive on the software industry, quarterly trending information on the prevalence of common vulnerabilities such as SQL Injection and Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) errors, a study of flaw remediation behavior, and software developer education and training statistics.
To date, the HII has released research on four significant cybercrime activities, including: pyramid-scam phishing scheme; start-to-finish execution of a cross-site scripting attack; new type of DDoS attack; as well as the publication of 32m passwords.
The upcoming release will feature a far more extensive set of security enhancements than previously expected, particularly in relation to blocking cross-site scripting attack.
Securing Web sites against data theft, denial of service or defacement, the Barracuda Web Site Firewall blocks or cloaks attacks, such as SQL injections, cross-site scripting attacks or buffer overflows, while preventing outbound data leakage.
Case studies explain techniques for evaluating vulnerabilities to brute force browsing, buffer overruns, cookie tampering, cross-site scripting, denial of service, format strings, integer overflows, password and spoofing attacks, and SQL injection.