As the title of this blog suggests, love it or hate it, JS is here to stay. The responsibility to protect your business from JS-based attacks is on you, regardless of your business role. In order to prevent JS attacks, application developers and security professionals need to work collaboratively to continuously scan their JS-based web applications and web sites for malicious scripts and client-side vulnerabilities. If any issues are found, they must be mitigated immediately.
Organizations struggle to keep track of every client-side web application, web page, landing page, and form they are using to do business with their customers. Some businesses have hundreds of pages open to the World Wide Web, built on third- and fourth-party code libraries, which are extremely vulnerable to attack.
So what can you do to protect your JS-based applications? Well, there are a few options, some are simple and some are not. Let’s discuss the difficult ones first.
Easy Protection Alternatives—Feroot Security Inspector and PageGuard
It’s Time to Build Client-Side Security