Nowadays websites have become increasingly popular yet complex than ever, with a lot of content made dynamic to make it more user-friendly, enjoyable to the user, by using web applications that delivers different output depending upon the user’s needs and settings. Such dynamic websites are often prone to threats as compared to static websites, known as “Cross Sit Scripting” or CSS. People many a times confuse CSS with Cascading Style Sheets, also abbreviated as CSS. Therefore, many security people refer Cross Site Scripting as XSS. For instance, if someone talks about an XSS hole, it is certainly about Cross Site Scripting, and not Cascading Style Sheets.
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