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HTML5 Security

October, 2012

HTML5 is not just the latest version of HTML, but also includes CSS and a variety of JavaScript APIs. This makes it possible to develop very powerful web clients, but it also means that cybercriminals can benefit from these advancements. That's what this eBook is all about. What new attacks are possible, and how can they be prevented? If you don't prevent these attacks during the development of a web application, the attackers will find the vulnerabilities sooner or later and exploit them to their benefit. But even if you don't make use of HTML5 in your web app, you must be careful: If the browser supports HTML5 (and which browser does not?), an attacker can use these opportunities to their advantage.

"HTML5 Security" by Carsten Eilers on Ganxy

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