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Content Security Policy

Find out more about the Content Security Policy. It allows website owners to declare approved content origins that browsers should be allowed to load

The Content Security Policy is a relatively new mechanism to restrict outgoing requests and resources, that a web page refers to.

It’s a relatively new http header, that has some security benefits, if you’re in a secure domain.

There’s a lot of complexity to the Policy — find out relevant parts in the 10 minute video above, from AddressFinder Technical Lead, Nigel Ramsay.

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