What is Cross Site Request Forgery?

CSRF (Cross Site Request Forgery) is an attack that can be performed by tricking the victim to submit a malicious request without his consent or knowledge. This attack will inherit the identity of the victim while performing an undesired function on the victim’s behalf. Read more at Findnerd.

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  • January 11, 2017
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5 Powerful WordPress Security Plug-ins You Need to Download

WordPress offers designers and developers the incredible creative freedom to produce aesthetic, functional and exciting websites. It has launched companies and businesses to a whole new level of global visibility and afforded many workers the opportunities for entire careers based around the platform. However, no matter how well-designed, perfectly crafted and visually pleasing your site […]

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The UX of Pokémon GO

If you took a badly timed coffee break recently, you’d be forgiven for missing the birth of an era. If you didn’t, you probably noticed the staggering launch of Pokemon GO – a product that appears to have transcended age, race and gender to assume a position in digital culture that is more dominant than […]

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  • January 10, 2017
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Setting trends in mobile app design

The success of Pokemon Go in the last couple of weeks may make much of this post seem irrelevant. However, it is one thing to design and launch an app which you are planning to give away for free, but if you plan to turn a profit at some point then you may need a […]

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  • January 9, 2017
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