How I cross-site scripted Twitter in 15 minutes

How I cross-site scripted Twitter in 15 minutes, and why you shouldn’t store important data on 37signals’ applications “Today the Ruby on Rails security team released a patch for a cross-site scripting issue which affected multiple high-profile applications, including Twitter and Basecamp. If you’re concerned about the issue and would like to see the patch, […]

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Twitter Attacked by Powerful Worm

Twitter, the 3rd biggest social network after Facebook and Myspace was hit over the weekend by powerful, self-replicating attacks that caused people to flood the micro-blogging site with tens of thousands of messages simply by viewing booby trapped user profiles. The worm attacks began early Saturday morning and were the result of XSS, or cross-site […]

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XSS Proxy – Cross Site Scripting Attack Tool

XSS Proxy is an advanced Cross Site Scripting (XSS) attack tool. The documents, tools and other content on this site assume you have a basic understanding of XSS issues and existing exploitation method. Download XSS Proxy : http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=130402&package_id=142941&release_id=545299 More Info : http://xss-proxy.sourceforge.net/

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