The security headers by the name can explain that are the commands the web applications to configure security measures in the web browsers. The security headers can prevent many client websites from getting hacked or cyberattacked by online hackers.
There are several benefits of using a good security header. Nowadays, too much data hacking and breaching are happening which is why security breaches are important for websites. Some of the most useful and essential security headers for your website are stated below.
The name Iframe Hacking has been derived from the manner in which the hacking is done using an iframe tag. Iframe is short for inline frame, and is essentially the name of an html tag -
< iframe > < / iframe >. Iframe tags can be used to insert contents from another website within a
web page as if they were part of the current page. While this may be
useful for building user-friendly web applications and for cross-site
scripting purposes, hackers misuse this feature to insert contents from
their own malicious website.
In an IFrame attack, the hacker embeds a malicious iframe code snippet in your website page. When anyone visits that page, the hidden iframe code secretly downloads and installs a Trojan or a malware such as key-logger on the unsuspecting user's computer, if his computer is not adequately protected. Thus over a short period of time several of your site visitors' computers would get infected. Very soon your website will get known as a source of virus and may get blacklisted from the internet community. Even search engines will ban your website, causing severe damage to your reputation and business.
Below is an example of a hidden iframe code embed in a web page: