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comment Is it safe to have a DNS record pointing to 127.0.0.1?
I also use Vagrant and I fail to see in what way Vagrant solves that problem since modifying the hosts file in the VM won't let the host machine use that domain.
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comment Is it safe to have a DNS record pointing to 127.0.0.1?
> Has each developer their own development server and does each one work on their own local copy? Yes.
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comment CSRF protection and Single Page Apps
I'm not using Django but I re-used the jQuery code in their documentation (I use Node.js). Is it safe to just use X-Requested-With if CORS is disabled? Also, is there a case where you would want to protect against cross origin requests if you explicitly allow them in your same-origin policy?
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Thanks for the answer. I am wondering though why it is recommended to have an expiry on tokens. I was under the impression that refreshing tokens was only a means to prevent accidental double form submits.
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