Cloudflare's New Feature Protects Sites From JavaScript-based Attacks

Regular cyberattacks introduce JavaScript into the website to redirect users to malicious sites, exploit vulnerabilities, and steal user's submitted data, which is done by adding the malicious inline JavaScript to the web page, adding an external malicious JavaScript dependency file under their control, or compromising an existing third-party script in a supply-chain attack.

An example of those types of cyberattacks can be Magecart attacks, in which hackers were stealing victims' credit card information.

Cloudflare has announced a new security feature called Page Shield that will detect attacks in end-user browsers caused by malicious JavaScript dependencies.


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