International Journal of Computer Applications
Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF) is considered as one of top vulnerability in today's web, where an untrusted website can force the user browser to send the unauthorized valid request to the trusted site. Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF) will let the integrity of the legitimate user. So far many solutions have been proposed for the CSRF attacks such as the referrer HTTP header, custom HTTP header, origin header, client site proxy, browser plug-in and random token validation. But existing solutions is not so immune as to avoid this attack. All the solutions are partially protected only.