Chapter 1. Common Security Protocols
This is the first chapter of this book and it will cover some basic security protocols and mechanisms. These concepts are really necessary to grasp further chapters. These little things will be very useful to understand web applications as a whole.
We'll start off with the same-origin policy (SOP), which is a restrictive policy that prevents web pages from bashing together (in a simple sense). Then we've cross-origin resource sharing (CORS), which is relatively new and allows resource sharing. Later on, we'll cover different encoding techniques used in web applications, such as URL or percent encoding, double encoding, and Base64 encoding.
Same-origin policy is a security enforcement found in most common browsers ...