In the Danger Zone: XSS & React

Session
Until December 16:
✓ Fullstack Day for free
✓ Save up to £710
✓ Group discount
Register now
Until December 16:
✓ Fullstack Day for free
✓ Save up to £710
✓ Group discount
Register now
Thank you for joining!
Register now
Thank you for joining!
Register now
Thank you for your participation! See you in 2022
Register now
Vielen Dank für Ihre Teilnahme! Auf Wiedersehen im Jahr 2022
Jetzt anmelden
Infos

A report released by Cybersecurity Ventures predicted that cybercrime will cost the world $6 trillion annually by the end of 2021. Cyberattacks are mounted against both large and small companies—so no matter what size company us developers are working at—how can we help to combat cybercrime? This talk aims to educate on cross-site scripting attacks, a vulnerability OWASP identifies as a “top 10” of web security risks. It then dives deeper into examples of XSS attempts in a React application. Attempts to inject a malicious script are demoed on a mock social site. In some of the attempts, the React API will automatically sanitize malicious content for us—in other attempts, there are no built-in protections.

Take me to the full program of Zum vollständigen Programm von London London .

This Session belongs to the Diese Session gehört zum Programm vom LondonLondon program. Take me to the program of . Hier geht es zum Programm von New York New York .

This Session belongs to the Diese Session gehört zum Programm vom LondonLondon program. Take me to the program of . Hier geht es zum Programm von Munich München .

This Session Diese Session belongs to the gehört zum Programm von LondonLondon program. Take me to the current program of . Hier geht es zum aktuellen Programm von London London , New York New York or oder Munich München .

STAY TUNED!

 

BEHIND THE TRACKS OF iJS

Angular

Best-Practises with Angular

Vue.js

One of the most famous frameworks of modern days

JavaScript Practices & Tools

DevOps, Testing, Performance, Toolchain & SEO

Node.js

All about Node.js

React

From Basic concepts to unidirectional data flows