Prevent XSS Cross Platform Attack

Prevent XSS Cross Platform Attack

When a malicious actor inserts data, like a malicious script, into content from a trusted website, this kind of injection attack is known as Cross-site scripting (XSS). The malicious code is then involved with dynamic content transferred to a victim’s browser.

The most common cyber-attack types are XSS. The victim’s browser executes malicious scripts which are often delivered in the form of bits of JavaScript code. Exploits can include malicious executable code in many other languages, which includes Ajax, Java and HTML. Stopping the vulnerabilities that enable them is relatively easy although XSS attacks can be serious.

Attacker executes malicious scripts in another user’s browser with the help of XSS.

Prevent XSS Cross Platform Attack
Working of Cross-site scripting

Cross-site is alike to other injection attacks, such as SQL injection. It takes impotence of browsers to differentiate legitimate markup from malicious markup.

By manipulating a vulnerable website so that the website returns malicious JavaScript to users is the way Cross-site work. Inside a victim’s browser when the malicious code is executed, it helps attacker to compromise their interaction with the application.

Prevent XSS Cross Platform Attack


Reflected XSS – The current HTTP request send the malicious script.

Stored XSS, the website’s database sends the malicious script.

DOM-based XSS, Situation where the vulnerability does not exist in the server-side code but exists in client-side code.

Preventing the XSS attacks by Cyborg ERP

With the fusion of the following measure XSS vulnerabilities is effectively prevented by Cyborg ERP.

We also take care of XSS attacks by filtering all inputs, encoding all the data during output, Response head appropriate use, content security policy.