Category:OWASP CSRFGuard Project
Welcome to the home of the OWASP CSRFGuard Project! OWASP CSRFGuard is a library that implements a variant of the synchronizer token pattern to mitigate the risk of Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) attacks.
The OWASP CSRFGuard library is integrated through the use of a JavaEE Filter and exposes various automated and manual ways to integrate per-session or pseudo-per-request tokens into HTML.
What is CSRFGuard?
OWASP CSRFGuard provides:
The CSRFGuard project is run by Azzeddine RAMRAMI. He can be contacted at azzeddine.ramrami AT owasp.org. CSRFGuard distributions are currently maintained on GitHub.
OWASP CSRFGuard 3.1 is offered under the BSD license
Presentation & Manual
Link to presentation
The CSRFGuard project is run by Azzeddine RAMRAMI. He can be contacted at azzeddine.ramrami AT owasp.org.
Source Code Download
Download and build the latest source code from GitHub :
Download and build the latest source code from GitHub - https://github.com/aramrami/OWASP-CSRFGuard-3
Deprecated Releases - article containing several download references to deprecated and officially unsupported releases
CSRFGuard Binary in Maven Central
You can download a binary version from Maven Central here:
Thanks to Trent Schmidt and Joel Orlina (JIRA) for there help.
OWASP CSRFGuard v3 - series of articles describing the installation, configuration, and deployment of OWASP CSRFGuard v3.
News and Events
This project can be purchased as a print on demand book from Lulu.com
Here a complete CSRF attacks FAQ:
CSRFGuard is developed by a worldwide team of volunteers. The primary contributors to date have been:
- Ahamed Nafeez, Security Engineer.
- Christa Erwin, Security, Programmer/Analyst.
- Eric Sheridan was the original designer of CSRFGuard until 3.0 version.
As of CSRFGuard the priorities are:
- Support for Internet Explorer
- Addressing outstanding issues listed in GitHub
- Support for Multi-part requests
- Add support for the 'Origin' header
Involvement in the development and promotion of CSRFGurd is actively encouraged! You do not have to be a security expert in order to contribute. Some of the ways you can help:
- Make fix to the actual version
- Propose a security enhcement
- Write a complete Architecture Folder for CSRFGurd
- Add an IA engine to detect unknown attacks.
You can sign up for the OWASP CSRFGuard email list at https://lists.owasp.org/mailman/listinfo/owasp-csrfguard