What I know about CSRF is that a malicious website tricks a normal user into issuing a request to a trusted website using a form. I understand that is possible because we can post forms to different ...
I'm new to CSRF attacks but don't see how they are always blind. Let's say we are dealing with a site where the asset we need to protect is the HTTP response. Something like one's medical history. ...
I am still logged in using a browser X, can CSRF attack work when I use another (default) browser Y on the same machine?
I am still logged in using a browser X, can CSRF attack work when I use another (default) browser Y on the same machine? Edit Assume the web server has CSRF vulnerability. No hidden token checking ...
What is CSRF? I need a basic definition that is not just lifted from Wikipedia. I understand SQL injection, XSS, cookie poisoning, but I just cannot wrap my mind around this. I am using a ...