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In the world of web security, CSRF, or Cross-Site Request Forgery, is a term you should be familiar with. CSRF is a type of cyber attack that can lead to unauthorized actions on web applications, often without the victim even realizing it. In this article, we will explore what CSRF is and, more importantly, how to protect yourself and your web applications from this threat.

In the intricate realm of software development, the concept of architecture stands as a foundational pillar, essential for engineers and programmers alike. Beyond lines of code and algorithms, understanding software architecture is akin to comprehending the blueprints of a complex structure.

On the evening of August 7th, PayPal, a payment company based in San Jose, California, announced the launch of a stablecoin named PayPal USD (PYUSD). This stablecoin, issued by Paxos Trust (former issuer of BUSD), is fully backed by deposits in US dollars, short-term government bonds, and similar cash equivalents. It will gradually become available to PayPal customers in the United States.