attacks came into sharp focus earlier this month when the UK Information Commissioner's Office proposed a [pounds sterling]183 million ($224 million) fine on British Airways.
will only increase over time as creative hackers find new ways to exploit companies though this emerging attack surface, making it critical for every company to monitor, detect and prevent attacks on all resources distributed to their end users.
as their native query language emerged.
attachments keeps the service safe.
code with the web browser's full privileges.
? It's a fantasy that borders on the bizarre, but Angus Croll, a technical programmer for Twitter who has a love of literature, brings it into intriguing fruition.
. Then we have the front end of a website.
code must be detected before the code's activity affects the system.
code deployed by real websites and online advertising providers uses browser vulnerabilities to determine which sites you have and have not visited.
web application language.