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[STRM] The 'possible CSRF attack detected' log entry is generated on STRM

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Article ID: KB25513 KB Last Updated: 06 Sep 2012Version: 1.0
Summary:
This article describes the issue of an incorrect session data that can trigger a warning about the CSRF attack on the STRM GUI.

Symptoms:
Typical log entry:
Aug 6 12:40:08 IP_ADDRESS [tomcat] [gmuthusamy001@IP_ADDRESS (4139187) /console/JSON-RPC/QRadar.getAlertMessages] com.q1labs.core.ui.servlet.RemoteJavaScript: [WARN] [NOT:0000004000][IP_ADDRESS/- -] [-/- -]Current session is CE63AB16DB0B248EF138EAD597724D1D, provided session was 92608661-6137-4732-bd96-6d373861b6aa, possible CSRF attack detected using host IP_ADDRESS
Cause:
This error is usually triggered by the client browser, which keeps old (incorrect) session data cached after a STRM upgrade.
Solution:
To resolve this issue, clear the cookies and cache on the client browser. This action is currently advised, after every system upgrade, on all client workstations that access the STRM GUI.
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