You've undoubtedly heard about some of the major new features in Drupal 8.
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Not long ago, the only way content was delivered to you from the Web was via Web pages. You typed something into a browser and a server returned a page of information.
For the past 15 years Velir has been customizing and implementing top-tier content management systems.
It’s bound to happen: Visitors will try to access URLs on your website that no longer exist, prompting them to see a “HTTP 404 Not Found” page.
Cross Site Scripting (XSS) is a type of injection attack that takes advantage of the dynamic nature of a web page. XSS vulnerabilities present a real and potential threat to the websites you create and manage. In fact, as of WhiteHat’s 2014 Website Security Statistics Report, XSS was the most common vulnerability found for almost every language used in website development.
In their 2014 white paper, the Drupal Security team states that over half of all contributed project Security Advisories reported at least one XSS vulnerability – a number more than double that of the next most common vulnerability class.
XSS is clearly a threat - but time spent wringing your hands is time wasted. Take a proactive approach to protecting your website by taking advantage of the resources Acquia has made available.
You might think that hiding the content management system (CMS) your site is running will make it difficult for attackers to identify your site as a target when new security vulnerabilities come to