vulnerabilities on the web available and W3C acts on it together with browser vendors! • Cross-Site Scripting (increasing occurrence: +) • Dangling Markup (increasing occurrence: +) • Code Injection (increasing occurrence: +) • ClickJacking (decreasing occurrence: -) • Cross-Site Request Forgery (decreasing occurrence: -) Current Situation 2013 - 2021 (Retrospect)
Code) 2. Bypassing CORS on a GraphQL server using a HTML Form (Example Malicious Code) Gotchas (In Code) Also, be sure to test your frontend using a Burp Collaborator Client with example malicious code during vulnerability tests/scans. This is important as you might ﬁnd out some edge case defect in security as you test.