I just noticed that the browser doesn't take over the 401 responses that we get in ajax when NTLM is expected with the server. To be more precise - it looks like I need to implement NTLM in ajax myself? Is there an easy way to do this?
A common practice in small networks is making file sharing easy which works extremely well when intra-network security is not an issue. In essence, everyone, that is "Everyone", is given access to all of the shared files - often the entire C: drive …
Nothing in an HTTP request can be trusted, including HTTP headers and form data. A form token is a tool that can be used to guard against request forgeries (CSRF). This article shows an improved approach to form tokens, making it more difficult to…
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