AppSec Blog: Category - CSRF


Guest Editor: Today's post is from Taras Kholopkin. Taras is a Solutions Architect at SoftServe. In this post, Taras will discuss using anti-forgery tokens in the ASP.NET MVC framework. CSRF (Cross-Site Request Forgery) has been #8 in the OWASP Top 10 for many years. For a little background, CSRF is comprehensively explained in this article … Continue reading Breaking CSRF: ASP.NET MVC

Breaking CSRF: Spring Security and Thymeleaf

As someone who spends half of their year teaching web application security, I tend to give a lot of presentations that include live demonstrations, mitigation techniques, and exploits. When preparing for a quality assurance presentation earlier this year, I decided to show the group a demonstration of Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) and how to fix … Continue reading Breaking CSRF: Spring Security and Thymeleaf

Demystifying Cross-Site Request Forgery

Continuously ranked in the OWASP Top Ten, a large majority of the development community still doesn't understand Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF). After years of penetration tests and code reviews, my experiences show that a high percentage of applications, especially new applications, do not have proper CSRF protections in place. This post provides a refresher on … Continue reading Demystifying Cross-Site Request Forgery