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While the SQL injection and the Cross-Site Scripting (XSS), two types of web injection attack, are still at the top (one and three respectively) of the top 10 risks of the OWASP list, one dangerous kind of attack is still in low coverage but serene at the bottom of that list.

Let’s talk about Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF pronounced Sea Surf) and its effects. CSRF attacks exploit the trust of a web application in order to trick a victim to make an action without knowing it. It seems similar to a XSS attack but here instead of stealing sensitive data of the victim and use it later, we make uses of the identity of the victim instantly on a certain website where he is known and registered.

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