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Attacking Electron JavaScript Applications – from Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) to Remote Command Execution (RCE)

“The growing list of graphics formats relate primarily to static displays. But some people feel a Web page isn’t sufficiently exciting unless it moves. At a minimum, they want the page to change as a user interacts. Pop-up balloons and menus, and forms that fill themselves in, are simple examples we find today on the Web. These work because a small program, or script, is loaded with the page. It operates the page like the hand inside a puppet, in response to the user’s actions.”

Sir Tim Berners Lee and Mark Fischietti [1]

Welcome to the sixth chapter of this book, where we will analyze cross-site scripting (XSS) and how to make a ...

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