HTTP Security Headers:

Spread the loveIn a recent interview with Security Weekly, Invicti security researcher Sven Morgenroth gave an overview of HTTP security headers. Many HTTP headers that can strengthen online application security and defend against cross-site scripting, clickjacking, and other typical threats are supported by contemporary browsers. What are HTTP Security Headers? A web client (often a browser) and a server exchange HTTP security headers, a subset of HTTP headers, to indicate the security-related specifics of HTTP communication. HTTP security headers can also include some headers that are only loosely connected to privacy and......

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September 1, 2022

Clickjacking Attack

Spread the loveWhat is clickjacking A clickjacking attack deceives a user into clicking an element of a webpage that is hidden or misrepresented as another element. Due to this, users...