@august_hudson Something like this:
As a web developer, my approach to handling cross-site scripting attacks begins with ensuring that all user input is validated on both the client and server side. I implement safeguards such as encoding user input on output to prevent any harmful code from being executed. Additionally, I make use of HTTP-only cookies to prevent attackers from stealing session data and limit the use of inline scripts and styles. It is also crucial to stay up to date with the latest security vulnerabilities and regularly scan our codebase for any potential flaws. Finally, I work closely with our security team to develop a comprehensive plan of action in case of any attack and ensure that we have appropriate backups and disaster recovery plans in place.