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Dynamic Web Injection

A dynamic web Injection is a technique used to perform server-side injections and can insert a form grabber into the requested site for the purpose of harvesting credentials. During this attack additional client-side code (HTML or Javascript) is injected into the requested websites page before its renders in browser. Harvested credentials will be used for the purpose of fraud.

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