Preventing Stored XSS Attacks in Node.js: Best Practices and Countermeasures

Introduction A stored XSS (Cross-Site Scripting) attack in a Node.js application occurs when user-supplied input containing malicious scripts or HTML code is stored on the server and later displayed to other users without proper sanitization or validation. This can lead to the execution of the injected scripts on other users’ browsers, potentially compromising their accounts

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