This article describes Angular’s built-in protections against common web-application vulnerabilities and attacks.

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Angular has been a standard framework for many Business applications owing to its many advantages like easy testing, MVC architecture, security, two-way data binding, modularity, reusability, and many more. I recently started working on Angular and decided that I would read one page of Angular Docs everyday. I was fascinated by how Angular handled security for common attacks like Cross-site scripting (XSS), Cross-site request forgery (CSRF) , Cross-site script inclusion (XSSI). This fascination coupled with the need to share this information is making me write my first Medium article (yay..).

I want to make the article pretty detailed so, I…

Ashish Kumar

A tech enthusiast with a knack for UI development :)

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