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ABSTRACT:

Session hijacking – or sidejacking – is a way for cybercriminals to take over web sessions and steal the session ID, enabling them to do whatever the legitimate owner would be able to do on the network. While not new, this act is becoming more prominent with the adoption of social media.

This whitepaper explores why sidejacking is such a problem for users and the enterprise and describes the implications it has on both corporate data security and the customers and end-users of websites. View now to learn more about these detrimental attacks and how you can truly protect confidential information from being compromised.

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