Test Your XSS Skills Using Vulnerable Sites

Finding and proving application security vulnerabilities requires a lot of skill. However, many of them are easy to exploit. If you want to write better code, you should know how others may prey on your mistakes. We compiled a Top-10 list of web applications that were intentionally made vulnerable to Cross-site Scripting (XSS). They were created so that you can learn in practice how attackers exploit Cross-site Scripting vulnerabilities by testing your own malicious code.

The sites in this Top-10 list are practical hacking challenges or collections of such challenges. Some of them are simple and help you learn the basics of Cross-site Scripting. Others present more difficult security flaw challenges for seasoned engineers. You may use this list to practice and test your skills but you may also use it to educate others about how important it is to effectively protect code.

Tomasz NideckiTomasz Andrzej Nidecki Technical Content Writer

Tomasz Andrzej Nidecki (also known as tonid) is a Technical Content Writer working for Acunetix. A journalist, translator, and technical writer with 25 years of IT experience, Tomasz has been the Managing Editor of the hakin9 IT Security magazine in its early years and used to run a major technical blog dedicated to email security.

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