Cross-site request forgery

By: enj

csrf schemaAbbreviated as CSRF, cross-site request forgery is a type of malicious attack that affects Web-based applications. A CSRF attack typically forces users to execute unwanted actions while they are logged into a trusted Web site. With the growing popularity of social networking sites, this type of attack is becoming more common. Cross-site request forgery may also be called hostile linking.

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