A web application for ordering cat food charges users and places an order when an HTTP GET request is issued to the following URL:


A malicious website could add snippets like this to their site:

<img src="http://www.catsupplies.com/order?brand=xxxxx&quantity=xxxxx">

What would help protect against such attacks, considering that the web application has the CORS policy that only allows requests from the same site? 

(Select all acceptable answers.)

Switch the endpoint method from HTTP GET to HTTP PUT and move the query parameters into the request body.
Add an additional "token" cookie, without the same site attribute, that is unique per user session and checks if it's correct when visiting the page.
Only accept IPv6 connections.
Add an additional "token" HTTP header that is unique per user session and checks if it's correct when visiting the page.
Set the Content-Type header of the returned data to text/html.

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