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May 2002

Thirteen website attacks that damage an enterprise's Web presence

Default Web server installs, no matter the make or model, are susceptible to a plethora of attacks that other services need not be concerned with. Many of these attacks are so simple to launch that anyone with a browser can unleash them. Others require intimate knowledge of the host server and underlying applications. All are potentially damaging to an organization's Web presence. Obviously, not all of the following attacks work all of the time. However, despite the fact that all of these threats have been well known and documented, new and vulnerable Web sites continue to pour onto the Internet. Cross-Site Scripting: Malicious code, commonly in the form of a

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