Articles Tagged with "CSRF"


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CSRF Isn’t A Big Deal - Duh!

April 14, 2010 from: Rsnake's blog at ha.ckers.org

Did you hear the news? CSRF isn’t a big deal. I just got the memo too! There were a few posts pointing me to an article on the fact that CSRF isn’t that big of a deal. Fear not, I am here to lay the smack down on this foolishness. To be fair, I have no idea who this guy is, and maybe he’s great at other forms of hacking - web applications just don’t happen to be his strong ...

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Cross-Site Request Forgery – A Significant Threat to Web Applications

July 03, 2009 from: The Oracle Global Product Security Blog

Hi, this is Shaomin Wang. I am a security analyst in Oracle’s Security Alerts Group. My primary responsibility is to evaluate the security vulnerabilities reported externally by security researchers on Oracle Fusion Middleware and to ensure timely resolution through the Critical Patch Update. Today, I am going to talk about a serious type of attack: Cross-Site Request Forgery.

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Should I be worried about my web applications?

June 01, 2009 from: hackyourself.net

An interesting article published earlier this week on Information Week’s website here called “Web Applications: Achilles’ Heel Of Corporate Security” discusses the tremendous rise in web-application breaches and attacks th...

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