What is Cross-Site Scripting?
The attacker, such as Magecart, use their code to steal personal banking information, conduct damaging spam attacks claiming to be your consumer, or conduct other fraudulent and malicious activity in their name.
XSS attacks can also allow attackers to spread malware and even edit website content, which often times can be used to spread false information or wreak general havoc.
An effective way to stop hacking groups like Magecart from stealing your personal data and adversely impacting your website's information via cross-site scripting (XSS), is by implementing a Content Security Policy (CSP) on your website.
With a CSP, you can:
- Control what third-parties have access to your personal data (credit cards, emails, etc.)
- Stop malicious code from sending personal data to an unauthorized location
- Be protected from cross-site scripting (XSS), formjacking, and browser-hijacking attacks
Blue Triangle's CSP Manager
We provide a quick, effective, and automated way to build and manage your CSP so you and your customers can stay protected. With Blue Triangle, you'll know the second any unauthorized third-party tries (but fails) to access your site.