CSRF Prevention Guide

Learn how to detect and prevent Cross-Site Request Forgery - one of the most prevalent vulnerabilities.
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Modern web applications rely on requests to retrieve and send resources the user wants to access. These requests often include credentials associated with the website, allowing the user to maintain a connection throughout the browsing session. Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) is a commonly exploited web application vulnerability that modifies these requests and forces users into loading sensitive information from the web application. 

This guide discusses a Cross-Site Request Forgery vulnerability, how CSRF attacks are typically orchestrated, and best practices to prevent such attacks.

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