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mod_csrf

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Apache module to prevent cross-site request forgery.

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mod_csrf is a module for the Apache Web server. It prevents cross-site request forgery attacks to vulnerable HTML forms.

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    Mod-csrf is the best! Thanks.

    Posted 06/13/2013
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    Installation page for mod_csrf is not available. Getting issues while installing the module. Can you please upload one installation page. Thanks

    Posted 05/27/2013
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Intended Audience

Security Professionals, System Administrators

User Interface

Non-interactive (Daemon)

Programming Language

C, JavaScript

Registered

2012-02-15

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