Cross-site Scripting

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This involves the compromise of the web page to redirect users to content on the attacker web site. The use of hidden fields has no impact on the likelihood of a cross-site scripting attack because these fields are static content that cannot ordinarily be modified to create this type of attack. Web applications use cookies to save session state information on the client machine so that the user does not need to log on every time a page is visited.