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A cross-site scripting attack — or XSS — happens when an attacker injects malicious code into the victim's browser. Even though XSS is a technique that’s been around a while, it remains a major threat vector.
If your communication with your customers isn’t encrypted, anyone can listen and/or tamper data. Encrypt your traffic properly.
Clickjacking happens when an attacker fools a user into clicking a link that was not intended to be. This might reveal confidential information or allow the attacker to take control of the victim's computer.
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are meant to shut down your application and make it unavailable to your customers.
An account takeover happens when an attacker obtains a user’s login credentials to take over their online accounts.
A SQL or NoSQL injection is the art of modifying the structure of a database query in a way that was not intended by the developers. The most important leaks can be caused by SQL injections since they could allow for a full database access.
MIME sniffing improves users’ experience by allowing browsers to interpret the contents of an app even if it wasn’t properly set by the web server. But it can also lead to MIME confusion attacks that allow attackers to craft and upload malicious files that will be rendered by the browser.
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