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July 17, 2013

CSRF Still Armed And Dangerous

Cross-site request forgery may not get the same attention as SQLi or XSS, but it still poses considerable risk to Web apps

While they may not pack the same punch or crop up at the same frequency as injection or cross site scripting attacks, cross site request forgery (CSRF) attacks should still be very much on the radar of application developers. This year, CSRF may have gotten bumped down a few notches on the OWASP top Web app vulnerability rankings, but it still remains on the top ten and, according to some, CSRF attacks may well be accelerating.

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