What Happens After a Session Hijacking Attack

What Happens After a Session Hijacking Attack

The fact that almost any network or computer session is vulnerable to session hijacking should give pause to everyone. While these forms of cyberattacks typically happen to web applications and browser session, they do also rely on knowing the cookie session of the victim which is also called cookie side-jacking or cookie hijacking. Many often find out about a session hijacking after the fact and once breached, put defense systems
Session Hijacking: Another Form of Cyber Attack

Session Hijacking: Another Form of Cyber Attack

Almost all systems are vulnerable to session hijacking and they can be a serious threat to web applications and networks. Session hijacking, also known as “token hijacking” allows the attackers to have access to a network without the requirement of authentication. Once in, the cybercriminals know that they won’t need to have to be concerned about authentication as long as the session is active. The cybercriminals have the same access