There are many different types of websites out there. Some are informational websites, some are industry websites that people can use to generate a quote for technical products, and some are Ecommerce sites.
This past Fathers Day my fiancé and I decided to take my Grandfather out to eat. When we got to the restaurant, the valet parking attendant gave me a ticket and proceeded to park my car. Once we entered the restaurant, the hostess gave us a pager to notify us when our table was ready. It’s in these routine exchanges that a sensible solution to the ever growing Cross-Site Request Forgery, or CSRF, attacks can be formulated. Let’s first define what CSRF is.
History can truly be one of the best guides for highlighting a path that should never be taken, or conversely, highlighting another path that should always be taken. If you have been following the headlines, you are aware that one of the biggest companies on this Earth, Sony, has been under constant attack by malicious hackers.