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A: In general: If you can't see the page you want to view, you will probably be redirected to the login page. And if you are redirected to the login page, that means you have an XSRF attack on the site. If you can't login or if you can't see a page you should expect that the login form will have a CSRF vulnerability. It is true that you will usually see CSRF tokens in your browser's Developer Tools. And there are different types of CSRF tokens; in fact you can get CSRF tokens that can only be used once, so if your CSRF attack goes bad you have to try to re-login and try again. However, it's not always as simple as this; in particular, in certain cases, the CSRF attack can be specific to a particular browser window and only target specific windows. While CSRF tokens are most effective, it's a very poor defense against XSRF attacks. It's also true that more commonly than not, XSRF attacks are automated, with a bot trying to exploit a CSRF vulnerability on every page in the site. It's also true that a successful XSRF attack is a single event while a successful CSRF attack is a continuum. That said, in general, you should consider that if you can't login, that login form is probably XSRF vulnerable. If that login form works for you, and if you can't login at all, then that login form is probably XSRF vulnerable. However, there may be other attacks on the site that you cannot detect.