Cheat Sheet

Learn all about CSRF and the prevention methods with our cheat sheet!

The Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) Cheat Sheet is a flowchart that is designed to cover the common
scenarios that an experienced application penetration tester would test for in CSRF testing.

It should be the most useful for newer penetration testers who don’t have a comprehensive understanding of CSRF testing.

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Cross-site Request Forgery (CSRF/XSRF), also known as Sea Surf or Session Riding is a web security vulnerability that tricks a web browser into executing an unwanted action…

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