By: aathishankaran in Java Tutorials on 2007-04-02
There are several security issues that web users may face, and some ways to prevent them include:
Phishing: This is a common technique used by hackers to steal sensitive information such as passwords, credit card details, and other personal information. To prevent phishing attacks, users should always be cautious when clicking on links or downloading attachments from unknown sources. It is also advisable to use two-factor authentication and strong passwords.
Malware: This refers to any software that is designed to harm or exploit computer systems. To prevent malware attacks, users should install antivirus software, keep their operating system and other software up-to-date, and avoid downloading or installing software from untrusted sources.
Identity theft: This is a serious problem that can occur when hackers gain access to sensitive information such as social security numbers, credit card details, or bank account information. To prevent identity theft, users should always use strong passwords, avoid sharing personal information online, and regularly check their credit reports for any suspicious activity.
Cross-site scripting (XSS): This is a type of attack that involves injecting malicious code into a website to steal sensitive information or perform other malicious actions. To prevent XSS attacks, web developers should sanitize all user input and implement strict security measures such as using HTTPS and HTTP-only cookies.
Session hijacking: This is a type of attack that involves stealing the session ID of a user to gain unauthorized access to their account. To prevent session hijacking, users should always log out of their accounts when they are finished using them, avoid using public Wi-Fi networks, and enable two-factor authentication.
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