With technology advancements, we implement the newest and most innovative ways to share information. Keeping your users in mind, website security should be an important concern. This is because keeping your user details safe is your responsibility.
HTTP vs HTTPS
HTTPs is safer than HTTP. The “S” in https stands for secure. HTTPs is a safer protocol because it has custom codes.
SSL ensures that the connection between the website and computer is encrypted. The code in SSL keeps all user data private and protected from hackers.
XXS or Cross-site scripts
XXS helps to tag malware into web applications. From there on attacker gains access to all the data on your browser. The bank codes, social media passwords, and other personal information are at risk.
Cross-Site Request Forgery
It is another method for hackers to attack your website. This attack lets the hackers control any user actions on a website. He can access and change your email address and thus do bank transfers.
Websites have overlapping layers of codes. A misconfiguration gives an opportunity to the attacker to access your website.