Difference between revisions of "Talk:Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) Prevention Cheat Sheet"

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== Don't post theoretical attacks,  or "here say" on any OWASP page. ==
 
== Don't post theoretical attacks,  or "here say" on any OWASP page. ==
  
Look people. A referer check is a valid form of protection and is currently being used to stop the most dangerous CSRF vulnerability ever discovered (according to the DHS: http://www.kb.cert.org/vuls/id/643049).  If you think it be exploitedPROVE IT.  Stop spreading clearly false information on OWASP.  
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If you edit this page, please provide a rational.  If you make a mindless edit without rationalizationit maybe reverted.
  
Write an exploit and show me that it worksThen you can change the owasp wiki.
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A referer check is a valid form of protection and is currently being used to stop the most dangerous CSRF vulnerability ever discovered (according to the DHS: http://www.kb.cert.org/vuls/id/643049)If you think it be exploited,  PROVE IT.  Stop spreading clearly false information on OWASP.

Latest revision as of 15:31, 7 August 2013

Don't post theoretical attacks, or "here say" on any OWASP page.

If you edit this page, please provide a rational. If you make a mindless edit without rationalization, it maybe reverted.

A referer check is a valid form of protection and is currently being used to stop the most dangerous CSRF vulnerability ever discovered (according to the DHS: http://www.kb.cert.org/vuls/id/643049). If you think it be exploited, PROVE IT. Stop spreading clearly false information on OWASP.