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CSRF mitigation in MVC

I'm wondering about the best way to protect against CSRF in MVC or any other stateless web app. Due to the stateless nature, we can not keep a secret token in the session and compare it to the secret ...
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Does ASP.NET Viewstate implicitly prevent CSRF attacks? What does this mean for MVC?

If an encrypted ASP.NET Viewstate is submitted with every form, and control POST, does that mean that ASP.NET is less vulnerable to CSRF than other solutions with this? What is the extent and ...
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When the use of a AntiForgeryToken is not required /needed?

I'm running a rather large site with thousands of visits every day, and a rather large userbase. Since I started migrating to MVC 3, I've been putting the AntiForgeryToken in a number of forms, that ...
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What are the implementation details and rationale of ASP.NET MVC3's AntiForgeryToken?

The AntiForgeryToken is used to prevent CSRF attacks, however the links on MSDN don't give me much insight to what exactly the AntiForgeryToken does, or how it works, or why things are done the way ...
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Problems with avoiding JSON hijacking with MVC3's AntiForgeryToken, or similar token validation

I'm hesitant to implement the proposed anti-JSON hijacking solutions since The recommended solutions to mitigating JSON hijacking involve non-REST-full JSON POSTs to GET data The alternate ...