C# - MVC HTML.AntiForgeryToken() With Multiple AJAX Requests From One Page?

Mar 8, 2011

I'm creating a page that makes multiple AJAX form posts without a page refresh.

I would like to use the ASP.NET MVC HTML.AntiForgeryToken() helper to secure the form against CSRF attacks. I think that each form on the page can share the same token, but will it allow multiple requests with the same token? If not is there a way to get a new token or some other way to secure the forms?

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