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Underground – CSRF

August 14th, 2009 by Patchy
In this Underground video, Crash Overron explains CSRF (Cross Site Request Forgery), and how it can be used to force a user’s browser into performing an undesirable action on a website. Basically, CSRF tricks a browser into requesting a web page that is design to perform a specific function such as changing user settings. Furthermore, if the page allows GET variables, an attacker can modify that user’s settings. Commonly, CSRF attacks are hidden in image html tags. Full Scale Video Here
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  1. $witch3d Says:

    Nice video Crash!

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