I'm trying to understand CSRF tokens and one thing isn't making sense to me. For a web API, you can provide a CSRF token just once, on authentication, and expect the client to remember that token ...
Google's "Using OAuth 2.0 for Client-side Application" article at https://developers.google.com/accounts/docs/OAuth2UserAgent states that the client MUST validate all access tokens to verify that it ...
The OAuth 2.0 specification's authorization code mechanism includes redirect URI checking from the site you redirect to. See steps D and E in section 4.1 of the spec. Also, section 4.1.3 describes in ...
In case that a malicious mobile app hasn't the appropriate permissions to e.g. download a file, it can invoke a browser to download sth. Concrete examples of such an attack are shown from page 27 to ...