7:41 PMInternet Explorer 9 XSS Protection Advisory by Rahul Tyagi
| From the past Cross-site scripting attacks are a foremost online hazard.
Their endeavor is to take advantage of vulnerabilities in the websites. So
question arises how do they work? By compromising valid websites with malevolent
content that can confine keystrokes and record your login information and
password. If your login information and password is captured, your personal
data could be compromised.In India people love to vomit instead of using IE9 ha ha :P , but maximum people don’t know that IE9 includes a cross-site scripting (XSS) filter
that can detect these types of attacks. If vulnerabilities are found, Internet Explorer disables the harmful
scripts. The cross-site scripting filter is turned on by default to help
Here after switching off the protection XSS can be performed.
Note:- One thing which i tested by my own that in Mozilla Firefox we do not have inbuilt XSS protection , but we have many plugins that can protect from XSS.