Difference between revisions of "CSRF Guard 2.2 Roadmap"
Latest revision as of 18:01, 5 April 2008
The purpose of this article is to maintain the desired change requests for the upcoming CSRFGuard releases. If there is a particular feature that you would like to see implemented, please feel free to add it to the appropriate sections below.
The following is a list of changes that have been implemented for the development version of J2EE CSRFGuard 2.2:
- Allow the user to define "entry point pages" whose token is never validated but a token always gets inserted
- Allow the user to define "unprotected pages" that we will simply ignore. By default, all pages are "protected"
- Update the response handlers to support the various locations that an "href" and "src" attribute can be placed in the HTML 5 spec
- Visiting the page and clicking "refresh" is caught as a CSRF attack. Only verify the token if parameters exist in the request (optional).
- Allow the developer to specify where to send the user on the initial request (i.e. when the token is being created). Prevents initial CSRF attacks against unauthenticated users.
- Add a "CSRF Token" JSP Tag library that developers can call in their JSP to dynamically add the token.
The following is a list of changes that are tentatively scheduled for the J2EE CSRFGuard 2.2 release:
- Modify the response handlers to only place the token in links/forms that point to our origin
- Optionally randomize the CSRF token parameter name.
The following is a list of changes that were suggested but not implemented:
- Port the existing configuration file to an XML based config file
- Allow the user to define a list of "known safe extensions" that do not require CSRF checks
Changes Under Consideration
The following is a list of change requests that are still under consideration: