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By mswatcher
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Published: Apr 14 2010 / 09:14

A while back ago I wrote an article about how to use Rails built-in forgery protection in your RESTful AJAX calls. Normally AJAX requests, those responding true to request.xhr? in rails, are forgery whitelisted. But sometimes, and under what conditions I am not sure, AJAX methods are subjected to forgery protection. Maybe you have the ActionDispatch::Request#forgery_whitelisted? overridden to not include AJAX requests? Either way and for whatever reason
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