|often misused: http method override||1.07||0.3||2919||90|
|often misused: http method override 11534||0.13||0.7||8839||97|
|what is often misused: http method override||0.67||0.2||1681||49|
|http method override 11534||0.41||0.2||2661||62|
|x http method override||1.47||0.7||5278||16|
|method override vs method overload||1.91||0.9||8059||29|
Doing so may allow the attacker to perform unintended actions on protected resources in the web application. The attack works by using a trusted HTTP verb such as GET or POST, but adds request headers such as X-HTTP-Method, X-HTTP-Method-Override, or X-Method-Override to provide a restricted verb such as PUT or DELETE.What is X-HTTP-method override?
The attacker request uses a trusted HTTP verb such as GET or POST, but adds request headers such as X-HTTP-Method, XHTTP-Method-Override, X-Method-Override, or a query parameter such as _method to provide a restricted verb such as PUT or DELETE.How to override HTTP verbs in a web framework?
However, some web frameworks provide a way to override the HTTP verb by using HTTP request headers. This feature is typically used when a web or proxy server restricts certain verbs, but the application needs to use them, especially in RESTful services.How do you use httpmethodoverride?
Internally, this works by sending the verb in an X-HTTP-Method-Override form field. The behavior of HttpMethodOverride is used by the [AcceptVerbs] attribute as well as the new shorter verb attributes: should take responsibility for your get request that has the X-HTTP-Method-Override set to Delete.