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Asp.Net MVC Cross-Site Request Forgery (csrf) Attacks Prevention

May 10, 2016
Introduction:

Here we will learn how to prevent cross-site request forgery (csrf) attacks in
asp.net mvc with example or asp.net mvc preventing cross-site request forgery (csrf) attacks or understand cross-site request forgery attacks in asp.net mvc or fix / stop cross-site request forgery attacks in asp.net mvc with example. To prevent cross site request forgery attacks we need to use AntiForgeryToken concept in asp.net mvc.


Generally cross site request forgery attack means suppose if user open bank site and unknowingly opened malicious site in another tab then malicious site will send request to bank site by using user logged in session and steal user’s information or do some unwanted transactions like valid user. To prevent these kind of cross site forgery attacks we need to use AntiForgeryToken in application to make sure requests are coming from valid site.

Check following article to know how to prevent cross-site forgery attacks in asp.net mvc with example. As we discussed to prevent cross site forgery attacks we need to use AntiForgeryToken to know more about using AntiForgeryToken in asp.net mvc check following url here we covered step by step process to prevent cross-site forgery (csrf) attacks in asp.net mvc with example.




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