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2017-08-16 | Unit 42, DOM based XSS, and ReactJS script injection flaws

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As it turns out, ReactJS is quite safe by design as long as it is used the way it’s meant to be used. For example, string variables in views are escaped automatically. However, as with all good things in life, it’s not impossible to mess things up. Script injection issues can result from bad programming practices…

Bernhard Mueller

 


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