iFrame Injection XSS


An iframe is a HTML webpage that is embedded inside another webpage on a website, allowing for the inclusion of content from external sources, such as advertising, on webpages. An iFrame injection XSS is a common cross-site scripting attack that combines malicious JavaScript with an iframe that loads a legitimate page in an effort to steal data from an unsuspecting user. This attack is usually only successful when combined with social engineering. An example of an iFrame injection XSS attack would consist of an attacker convincing the user to navigate to a web page the attacker controls. The attacker’s page then loads malicious JavaScript and an HTML iframe pointing to a legitimate site. Once the user enters credentials into the legitimate site within the iframe, the malicious JavaScript steals the keystrokes.

See also: Cross-site scripting (XSS)

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