Changes related to "Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) Prevention Cheat Sheet"

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23 July 2017

 m   10:22  REST Security Cheat Sheet‎‎ (2 changes | history) . . (+257). . [Yo‎ (2×)]
 m    10:22 (cur | prev) . . (+151). . Yo (talk | contribs) (DRAFT MODE - WORK IN PROGRESS) (Tag: Visual edit)
 m    06:09 (cur | prev) . . (+106). . Yo (talk | contribs) (DRAFT MODE - WORK IN PROGRESS) (Tag: Visual edit)

19 July 2017

 m   11:16  SQL Injection Prevention Cheat Sheet‎‎ (3 changes | history) . . (+369). . [AnnGrove‎ (3×)]
 m    11:16 (cur | prev) . . (+7). . AnnGrove (talk | contribs) (Defense Option 4: Escaping All User-Supplied Input) (Tag: Visual edit)
 m    10:40 (cur | prev) . . (-14). . AnnGrove (talk | contribs) (Database Specific Escaping Details: i added one too many bullets, so ... removed a bullet) (Tag: Visual edit)
 m    10:38 (cur | prev) . . (+376). . AnnGrove (talk | contribs) (Defense Option 4: Escaping All User Supplied Input: This page had a couple of bad links and some erosion from edits over time, such as the list at the top not including defense option 4.) (Tag: Visual edit)

10 July 2017

     04:27  Session Management Cheat Sheet‎‎ (2 changes | history) . . (-140). . [Simon Waters‎ (2×)]
 m    04:27 (cur | prev) . . (+6). . Simon Waters (talk | contribs) (s/weak/permissive/ for clarity) (Tag: Visual edit)
      04:26 (cur | prev) . . (-146). . Simon Waters (talk | contribs) (Add link to PHP vote against defaulting to strict session management, to make it clear that whilst "strict" is more common in terms of systems, many many permissive systems exist.) (Tag: Visual edit)