csurf

Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) Prevention for Nuxt

🏄‍♂️ Nuxt Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) Prevention

Create a middleware for CSRF token creation and validation.

Setup

yarn add nuxt-csurf # yarnnpm i nuxt-csurf # npm

Usage

The only thing you need to do to use the module in the default configuration is to register the module in the modules array in nuxt.config.ts:

// nuxt.config.js{  modules: [    "nuxt-csurf",  ],  csurf: { // optional    https: false, // default true if in production    cookieKey: '', // "__Host-csrf" if https is true otherwise just "csrf"    cookie: { // CookieSerializeOptions from unjs/cookie-es      path: '/',      httpOnly: true,      sameSite: 'strict'    },    methodsToProtect: ['POST', 'PUT', 'PATCH'], // the request methods we want CSRF protection for    excludedUrls: ['/nocsrf1', ['/nocsrf2/.*', 'i']], // any URLs we want to exclude from CSRF protection    encryptSecret: /** a 32 bits secret */, // random bytes by default    encryptAlgorithm: 'aes-256-cbc'  } }

useCsrfFetch

This composable provides a convenient wrapper around useFetch. It automatically add the CSRF token in headers.

// app.vueuseCsrf()const { data, pending, error, refresh } = useCsrfFetch('/api/login', { query: param1: 'value1' })

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