Reproduced courtesy of Running In Production.
Cross-site scripting refers to the injection of malicious code into a trusted website for execution on client devices.
An application firewall inspects traffic destined for application servers to detect malicious or suspicious application requests. It can be configured to monitor, log and/or deny such requests.
Buffer overflow is a state that occurs when a computer program writes more data into a temporary storage location (buffer) than the capacity of the location.
Anti-phishing is a network security strategy for guarding against the unauthorized extraction of user identity information.
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