Introduction to DOM XSS in AngularJS expression with angle brackets and double quotes HTML-encoded.
DOM-based Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) is a web security vulnerability in DOM XSS in AngularJS, where untrusted data can be inserted into the DOM. To mitigate this, it is essential to use HTML-encoding to replace special characters with their corresponding HTML entities. Proper web security practices include validating and sanitizing user input, and applying output encoding to user-generated content. By prioritizing web security, adhering to best practices, and employing techniques like input validation, output encoding, and HTML entity encoding, developers can effectively protect against DOM XSS and maintain the security of their AngularJS applications.
Lab Solutions | Practical Work Time DOM XSS in AngularJS
To solve this lab, perform a cross-site scripting attack that executes an AngularJS expression and calls the
Stepwise Solution of the lab DOM XSS in AngularJS
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Let’s search random words to see how is ‘search’ functionality works or is applicable for DOM XSS (Cross-Site scripting)
Well, according to the lab description here we have to execute a payload of AngularJS expression
Let’s execute it and see what going to happen.
So, we successfully solved the lab.
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