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Preventive Method for URL Request Forgery- An Example with ASP.NET MVC

, 29 Nov 2010 CPOL
It is novel method to prevent the manipulation of parameter pass through the URL string
ExtendedHtmlActionLinkHelper.zip
ExtendedHtmlActionLinkHelper
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SecureUrl.zip
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