The page includes one or more script files from a third-party domain.
By default, websites are only allowed to access data if they are from the same origin. This is a key application security principle and is governed by the same-origin policy (defined by RFC 6454). An origin is defined as the combination of URI schemes (HTTP or HTTPS), hostname, and port number. However, this policy is not applicable for HTML <script> tag inclusions. This exception is necessary, as without it websites would not be able to consume third-party services, perform traffic analysis, or use advertisement platforms, etc.
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The 'Referer Exposes Session ID' vulnerability is a type of security flaw that can allow an attacker to hijack a user's session by exploiting the Referer header in HTTP requests.