[OWASP-Security101] JSON with XSS and CSRF exploitation.

Shritam Bhowmick shritam.bhowmick at gmail.com
Fri Apr 19 12:13:53 UTC 2013

Hello, OWASP,

I am on a project and trying to actually penetrate (demonstrate) a client
about the seriousness of an XSS attack. The attack is on a JSON server.
It's not accepting http methods so that i can deploy a cookie grabber to
explain him, how serious is the problem

This is the original link. I would really requst and love to get suggestion
with what i can more to convey the CTO that this is a serious flaw?


also this:


I refereed to
but the point is I am not able to decide, what to do with it, is it
supposed to do a CSRF attack? if, yes, how?
Shritam Bhowmick
Security Analyst
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