Author: Jeremy Druin
Description: Using burp sequencer we compare the predictability (strength) of the cross site request forgery tokens used in Mutillidae on the add-to-your-blog.php page. The page uses very strong tokens in security level 5, but security level 1 uses non-random tokens. Burp-Sequencer shows the randomness as the number of bits of entropy.
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