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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

As an important teaching approach, interactive visualization tools can be used in both lecture and selfreflection in computer science education. We developed two visualization tools to demonstrate two types of web-based attacks: cross-site scripting (XSS) and Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) attacks. Both tools are developed using HTML5 technology and allow interaction with students to improve their understanding and learning of XSS and CSRF attacks. These tools are designed to be used in security and network related courses to illustrate how these two attacks can be realized easily. We have performed user study from students in computer science and their positive feedback helps to understand the effectiveness and usability of the tools. .

Keywords :

: interactive visualization; web security; cross-site scripting; cross- site request forgery

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