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  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Dynamic Cross-Site Request Forgery: A Per-Request Approach to Session Riding

    Cross-Site Request Forgery ("CSRF") is typically described as a "replay" or static type of attack, where a bad actor uses markup, Javascript, or another method to force a client browser to perform a known, repeatable in-session transaction on the affected site without the user's knowledge. Typical defensive measures against CSRF...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Dynamic Cross-Site Request Forgery: A Per-Request Approach to Session Riding

    Cross-Site Request Forgery ("CSRF") is typically described as a "replay" or static type of attack, where a bad actor uses markup, Javascript, or another method to force a client browser to perform a known, repeatable in-session transaction on the affected site without the user's knowledge. Typical defensive measures against CSRF...

    Provided By Hexagon Security