CSRF Testing Tool

Check for free if your web application is vulnerable to a CSRF Attack.

  • Detect critical Cross-Site Request Forgery vulnerabilities and risks
  • Embed it into your dev process
  • Set it up in minutes, and start scanning for CSRF or XSRF vulnerabilities
  • Automated online SaaS CSRF testing tool


CSRF scanner features

The automated scanner makes it easy to detect cross-site request forgery vulnerabilities. All you need to do is have the tool perform a fully comprehensive test in your web applications. It uses the same Black Box pentesting approach usually performed by human pentesters, which is faster and more cost-effective.


Create and verify your scan target.



Configure the credentials for the system and the application.


CI Integration

Create a webhook and start a scan via the CI Integration.


Set notifications

Integrate a chat notification system (Slack, Mattermost, Hangouts, and many more.)


Download the report

Get reports with remediation guidance, risk assessments, and solutions for every vulnerability discovered.



CSRF vulnerability scanner benefits

  • Get fully detailed reports in PDF, JSON/XML, and CSV formats that you can easily share with colleagues, customers, and supervisors.
  • Continuously test for Cross-Site Scripting and protect your users and data from CSRF attacks while greatly reducing the risk of being hacked.
  • Test your third-party web applications and assess their cybersecurity based on the results.
  • Performing automated DAST scans for HTML-based web applications and JavaScript, AJAX, HTML5, multi-page and single-page applications, and APIs are no longer a problem.
  • Integrating the Vulnerability Scanner into your workflow and development pipeline has never been easier.


Ample CSRF vulnerability reports

With CSRF Scanner, you can detect cross-site request forgery vulnerabilities directly in all web applications and receive our detailed scan report. It shows you the tests performed, identifications, and classifications and provides recommendations on fixing the threats. This saves your employees hours of manual work and your company valuable financial resources.

Thorough Vulnerability Findings

The report includes a fully comprehensive vulnerability overview, including the severity of the threats uncovered in each case and a checklist of the attack vectors exposed and the status of the scanners run.

Remediation Guidance

Each vulnerability found includes a threat assessment, an explanation, and notes on how to fix the problem.

Vulnerability Checklist

For easy identification of the already eliminated or noted issues.

Continuous Security

More reasons for continuous CSRF testing

Automated Pentesting

Perform regular black box pentests on your web assets and spend less on infrequent manual penetration tests.

Cybersecurity Risk Reduction

Benchmark your next release against OWASP Top 10 and other known vulnerabilities.

Schedule Scans

Match vulnerability scanning to your agile dev cycle.

Ensure Compliance

Scan every new release before deployment and ensure compliance with regulations and standards (HIPAA, GDPR, ISO, and many more).

Faster Vulnerability Detection

Detect and mitigate vulnerabilities quicker by scanning your web assets regularly.

Integrated Dev Pipeline

Integrate vulnerability scanning into your dev process and environment and shift security left.

Best Practices to prevent CSRF Vulnerabilities

Prevention Guide

CSRF prevention guide

Learn how to detect and prevent the Cross-Site Request Forgery. Download this guide for free.


Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)

How to prevent Cross-Site Request Forgery Attacks?

Using a CSRF token is the most common mitigation technique for CSRF attacks. But, it’s also possible to use these tokens due to omissions in the procedure. In any case, the token should always be validated.

What is a CSRF token?

CSRF tokens (also known as synchronizer tokens or anti-CSRF tokens)are session tokens that represent unpredictable and unique values generated by the application and sent to the client. To defend against a CSRF attack, these tokens need to be implemented correctly, along with several other mitigation techniques.

What is XSRF?

XSRF is the same for CSRF, also called session riding, hostile linking, or “sea surf.” XSRF works by an attacker gaining access to a victim’s browser – typically through a malicious link. That access is then used to make a malicious request to any application with a currently active session in which the user is authenticated.