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Possible cross site scripting

Thread began 11/17/2009 4:31 pm by larry268887 | Last modified 2/03/2014 11:15 am by larry268887 | 3197 views | 4 replies


Possible cross site scripting

I'm trying to get my site PCI compliant and am working with security metrics. They scaned my site and found that I wasn't in compliance because there was possible cross site scripting. Possible cross site scripting was described as being able to attact a site by adding a script at the end of an address. As an example this is an address of one of my detail pages on my site miniature_yorkie_puppy_for_sale.php?Id=10 and if one would type "><script>alert(123)<%2Fscript>" at the end of the address if there isn't cross site scripting then nothing will happen and if there is cross site scripting then a box will pop up and display 123. My detail pages are php and I use web assist extensions. This only occurs on detail pages.

Here is exactly what they said

Possible cross site scripting on pet-sup plies/dog_clothes_accessories.php Use the following commands to verify this: wp --inject " pplies/dog_clothes_accessories.php?Categor yId=6%22%3E%3Cscript%3Ealert%28123%29%3C%2 Fscript%3E" curl -L " pplies/dog_clothes_accessories.php?Categor yId=6%22%3E%3Cscript%3Ealert%28123%29%3C%2 Fscript%3E"| grep "123" This website may have other injection related vulnerabilities.

I have no idea how to correct the problem. I have another site hosted with the same hosting company and was made the same with web assist extensions and passed the scan.


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