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Hacking CSRF Tokens using CSS History Hack

Against a Javascript and CSS CSRF Token Finder, a CSS approach is shown by an increasing amount of security and technology researchers to be able to hack CSRF Tokens without javascript injection or similar measures to prevent files of that method from being utilized.

Exemplified that “brute force” attacks on the url process are now possible and will not make as much data noise during the attack.

For users out there, eliminate tracking techniques with extensions or private modes. Furthermore, remove XSS to “retain CSRF protections.”

As software is updated and manipulated to reflect the time, so too do malicious users update their software to reflect against the newest loopholes and exploitable objects within the realm of technology and the vast information network of the Internet.

Users must always take care not to just solely look down one exploitable path, but be able to protect their entire user interface and software. Javascript injection, once a viable path, is patched, but a CSS approach can also cause damage, and users must be able to take care to protect themselves.

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