Course Duration: 20 minutes
Intended Audience: Security Professionals and Developers
Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) is a serious and often-misunderstood web application vulnerability. This self-paced, e-Learning course goes into detail about the anatomy of a CSRF vulnerability as well as how security analysts can identify CSRF vulnerabilities and how developers can design and build applications resistant to CSRF attacks. Interactive examples and videos demonstrate the subtleties of CSRF vulnerabilities and how malicious attackers exploit them.
Lesson 1: Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) Vulnerabilities
Course Objectives: After completing this lesson, you should be able to:
ThreadStrong is a self-paced, e-Learning solution designed by Denim Group's secure application development experts to help developers understand and apply the principles of secure design and coding.
ThreadStrong combines the hands-on knowledge of working software developers with the experience of world-sought trainers, who use best practices to provide practical and in-depth application security training content. Read more >>
If e-Learning is not the best solution for your training needs, the creators of ThreadStrong also offer application security training in classroom format.