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What is Web Attack?

There are several ways attackers can attack Web applications (websites that allow you to communicate directly with software via browsers) to steal confidential data or introduce malicious codes or hijack your computer. These attacks exploit weaknesses in components such as web applications such as content management systems, web applications and web servers.

Web app attacks make up a large portion of all security threats. Over the last 10 years attackers have refined their abilities in identifying and exploiting vulnerabilities that compromise security perimeters for applications. Attackers are able to bypass the most defenses with techniques like botnets, phishing, and social engineering.

A phishing scam involves tricking victims into clicking an email link containing malware. This malware downloads to their computer, which enables attackers to hijack devices or systems for other reasons. Botnets are collections of compromised or infected devices used by attackers to carry out DDoS attacks as well as spreading malware, perpetuating fraud on ads and more.

Directory (or path) traversal attacks leverage movements patterns to gain access to data on a website, its configuration files and databases. The need for input sanitization is to guard against this type of attack.

SQL injection attacks target databases that stores critical site and service information by injecting malicious code that enables it to override security controls and reveal information that normally wouldn’t. Attackers can then run commands such as dump databases, etc.

Cross-site scripting attacks (or XSS), insert malicious code on a trusted website to take over the browsers of users. This allows attackers to access session cookie and confidential information, impersonate a user, manipulate content and more.

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