JavaScript as Commonly Use Software

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Why most of this days JavaScript is the most commonly use software specially multimedia browsing?

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JavaScript as Commonly Use Software

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JavaScript is a web based language which can be coded in a simple notepad file and can give data output in a web browser. It installation is easy and it is easy to learn and moreover it is an open source offered by Sun Microsystems. JavaScript can be used to create web forms, menus, and various interactive web elements which increase usability to web users. It can also be coded to link against the multimedia web elements developed in Adobe Flash, Adobe CS3, Dreamweaver, Mp3 files, etc. The developer can create his own effects on web page by scripting JavaScript in a simple notepad. Hence it’s easy to code and effective results made it the most popular software.

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JavaScript or JS when abbreviated is a prototype-based scripting language that is weakly typed, dynamic, and has first-class functions. It is a multi-paradigm language, supporting object-oriented, imperative, and functional programming styles. Cross-site scripting is a common JavaScript-related security problem or simply XSS which is a violation of the same-origin policy. XSS vulnerabilities occur when an attacker is able to cause a target web site, such as an online banking website, to include a malicious script in the webpage presented to a victim.

The script in this example can then access the banking application with the privileges of the victim, potentially disclosing secret information or transferring money without the victim's authorization. A solution to XSS vulnerabilities is to use HTML escaping whenever displaying untrusted data. Some browsers include partial protection against reflected XSS attacks, in which the attacker provides a URL including malicious script.

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