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Ajax Vulnerabilities Could Pose Serious Risks


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Posted 04 August 2006 - 07:49 AM

News Analysis: Sloppy programming and the rush to add Web 2.0 technology to Web sites could create a significant attack vector that threatens businesses and private users alike.

AJAX technology is rapidly being adopted by online businesses to help boost the interactivity of their Web sites...AJAX is an extension to the JavaScript programming language that is used to improve the responsiveness of Web sites by automating the exchange of information between browsing software and sites' back-end Web servers...the current push by businesses to add AJAX tools to improve their sites and Web applications could create a slew of serious vulnerabilities, as inexperienced developers fail to properly protect their work and attackers learn to use the benefits of AJAX to their advantage...

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