But the widespread use of this client-side solution may introduce a potential pitfall: security.
And recent reviews highlight Kendo UI’s “flexible, high-quality UI components,” recognize its ability to “work more quickly and efficiently getting the software to the business,” and offer praise for a “robust web development tool kit with great support at a reasonable cost.”
Some common exploits and attacks are Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)—where an attacker injects malicious code into a legitimate (but vulnerable) application and Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) that involves taking over or impersonating a user’s browser session by hijacking the session cookie.
Gabriel Torok is a principal and CEO of PreEmptive Solutions, which helps companies protect the value of their software innovation and the integrity of their applications and data through a combination of binary obfuscation and application shielding. Gabriel has significant experience in software development and protection, as well as broad functional experience in operations, sales management, marketing and finance. Learn more at www.preemptive.com.
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