Provided by: SecurityTube.net
Date Added: Jun 2014
Many, many conferences now-a-days come with \"HTML5 is insecure\" or \"Hacking with HTML5\" webcasts. This has lead to a general perception that HTML5 itself (whatever the term actually stands for) is insecure and, thus, should be avoided for security reasons. This is highly unfortunate, as the current generation of new Web APIs expose a level of security sophistication, which is unparalleled in the Web's history.