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 ...
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 ...
Aside from using browser headers, I want to blacklist/whitelist browser and plugins from my site so that I can prevent these older unpatched systems from (1) being a general user of my site (2) ...
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 ...
I am fully aware of CSRF and have already implemented some safe forms, but I have never been happy with the results yet. I've created tokens as a md5 of username, form info and a salt and stored it ...