Last updated：2020-06-03 14:20:40
|Webshell||A command execution environment in the form of web files such as ASP, PHP, JSP, and CGI files. It can also be called a website backdoor. After an attacker intrudes a website, the attacker mixes the backdoor file with the normal web files in the web directory of the website server and uses a browser to access the backdoor. The attacker then obtains a command execution environment to control the web server.|
|Brute-force attack||Attackers use automated tools to obtain passwords of user accounts by using the enumeration method.|
|XSS attack||Attackers insert malicious script code in web pages. When a user browses such a web page, the embedded script code will be executed, causing attacks to the user.|
|SQL injection attack||SQL injection is the placement of malicious code in SQL statements by web page input.|
|CC attack||An attacker uses a proxy server to frequently send disguised requests to the target web server, causing the server unable to process normal access requests.|
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