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JavaScript Attacks in WebViews

Dec 07, 2017 By Erez Yalon | This is part two of a three-part series. Click here to read part one. 
  JavaScript is widely used due to its outstanding functionality. Its presence in a website can solve many problems, however it can also introduce critical security issues. It is this very compromise that has to be carefully analyzed in the decision of allowing or not allowing JavaScript to be executed in WebView.   Some of the most aggressive JavaScript attacks will be presented in this blog post for awareness; with development teams in mind and as a contribution to the safe code propagation.  

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