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Lessons Learned from Time's Most Influencial Poll Abuse: Part 1

"In a text book case of web applications being abused due to insufficient anti-automation defenses, the Time Magazine's Internet poll of the most influential 100 people was bombarded with various methods to manipulate the results.  The WASC Web Hacking Incident Database provides a great overview of the various tactics that Moot supporters used to influence the poll results.  In this installment, we are going to focus on the CSRF attack vectors employed by Moot's supporters."

Read more: http://tacticalwebappsec.blogspot.com/2009/05/lessons-learned-from-times-most.html


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