Client Side Vulnerabilities / Document Domain Manipulation
Document Domain Manipulation can pose a high risk as it can allow malicious actors to access sensitive information, such as passwords and financial information, or to perform malicious activities, such as executing malicious code or running scripts. It is important to assess the risk posed by this vulnerability and to ensure that proper security measures are in place to mitigate it.
The solution to Document Domain Manipulation is to ensure that documents are only accessed from an expected, trusted, and known origin. All external documents should be validated and verified to ensure that they are from a trusted source. Additionally, the document domain should be regularly monitored to ensure that no unauthorized changes have been made.
Below is an example of code vulnerable to Document Domain Manipulation.
In this example, the script is being loaded from a malicious domain, allowing the malicious actor to access the application and its data.