Testing for JavaScript Execution (OTG-CLIENT-002)

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Brief Summary

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Description of the Issue

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The first hypothetical example uses the following client side code:

<script>
aaa
</script>


Black Box testing and example

Blackbox testing for JavaScript Execution is not usually performed since access to the source code is always available as it needs to be sent to the client to be executed.

Gray Box testing and example

Testing for JavaScript Execution vulnerabilities:
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<script>
aaa
</script>


References

OWASP Resources

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