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Securing Angular with Trusted Types
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Cross-Site Scripting is game over! We've been hearing this for a while now. Unfortunately, it is still more than relevant in the world of Angular-based frontends. While Angular offers great protections out-of-the-box, I’ve witnessed first-hand how even a little room for mistakes can still result in XSS vulnerabilities.
No more. In this session, we look at Trusted Types, a platform-based defense that will eradicate XSS vulnerabilities in frontends. We investigate how Trusted Types can stop typical frontend XSS attacks. Additionally, we explore how to enable Trusted Types in Angular to protect your entire application. You will walk away with actionable advice to get started with Trusted Types.
Dr. Philippe De Ryck
Hi, I'm Philippe, and I help developers protect companies through better web security. As the founder of Pragmatic Web Security, I travel the world to teach practitioners the ins and outs of building secure software.
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Security is often about small nuances. In my articles, I dive deeper into various security topics, providing concrete guidelines and advice. My articles also answer questions I often get while speaking or teaching.
Getting security right is all about knowledge. I strongly believe in sharing that knowledge to move forward as a community. Among my resources, you can find developer cheat sheets, recorded talks, and extensive slide decks.
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