Hasty Treat - CSRF Explained

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By Wes Bos and Scott Tolinski - Full Stack JavaScript Web Developers. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about CSRF (Cross Site Request Forgery)!

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Show Notes

05:40 - What is it?

07:50 - Solutions

  • SameSite Cookie
  • https://medium.com/swlh/secure-httponly-samesite-http-cookies-attributes-and-set-cookie-explained-fc3c753dfeb6
    • Lax — Default value in modern browsers. Cookies are allowed to be sent with top-level navigations and will be sent along with GET requests initiated by a third party website. The cookie is withheld on cross-site subrequests, such as calls to load images or frames, but is sent when a user navigates to the URL from an external site, such as by following a link.
    • Strict — As the name suggests, this is the option in which the Same-Site rule is applied strictly. Cookies will only be sent in a first-party context and not be sent along with requests initiated by third party websites. The browser sends the cookie only for same-site requests (that is, requests originating from the same site that set the cookie). If the request originated from a different URL than the current one, no cookies with the SameSite=Strict attribute are sent.
    • None — Cookies will be sent in all contexts, i.e sending cross-origin is allowed. The browser sends the cookie with both cross-site and same-site requests.
  • CSRF Token
  • Check Origin / Referrer Headers
  • Captcha
  • Ask for Password
  • Token
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