Overview

What is cross-site scripting (XSS)? XSS is a client side code vulnerability, which allows an attacker to inject malicious scripts and can be used to obtain information from a compromised site

Course Content

Course Description

What is cross-site scripting (XSS)? XSS is a client side code vulnerability, which allows an attacker to inject malicious scripts and can be used to obtain information from a compromised site. Why do I need this Certification? All too often the risk with XSS is undermined because system owners do not fully understand the potential impact. What will I learn? What XSS is Examples of real ?world attacks Why it is dangerous Different attack types Get your Cross-Site Scripting Micro Certification Today: All too often the risk with XSS is undermined because system owners do not fully understand the potential impact. When this happens and it gets ignored, attackers can use this to their advantage. This Micro Certification course offers an introduction to cross-site scripting, also called XSS. XSS is a client-side code vulnerability, which allows an attacker to inject malicious scripts and can be used to obtain information from a compromised site. An example of this could be a comment feature on a web application that doesn?t properly handle user input and allows for a comment to add client-side code to the page. The most common vulnerability on websites, XSS comes in three varieties: persistent, reflected and DOM-based. The content of the Cross Site Scripting Micro Certification will focus specifically on persistent and reflected types.

Certificate Of Completion

Complete this course and earn a Cross-Site Scripting Certificate of Completion