"AppSec Notes complains that Netflix has not fixed all of their CSRF vulnerabilities. You can no longer access account information, billing information, change shipping address, or anything of value, but you can still add movies to someone’s queue. This apparently still bothers the author who has a note of annoyance that Netflix hasn’t completely fixed everything yet. I think this loses sight of realistic business goals of security- from an enterprise perspective one addresses security vulnerabilities in order to protect revenue or prevent damage. It is a cost benefit analysis, weighing whether allocating resources to address a particular vulnerability allows the greatest capitalization of those resources. I’d posit that Netflix does not believe preventing CSRF attacks that add movies to the top of a queue to be the most effective use of those development resources. When looking at the impact and likelihood of this sort of CSRF attack the associated risk comes out quite low"