FAQ: JavaScript insecurities

Web sites are becoming more interactive thanks to JavaScript, but the increased use of the decade old scripting language is raising security questions.

JavaScript is playing a major role in the Web 2.0 boom, which is causing a splash as it stretches the boundaries of what Web sites can do. But malicious JavaScript, especially in combination with increasingly common Web site security flaws, could lead to insidious Web based attacks, security experts warn. FAQ: JavaScript insecurities | CNET News.com

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