24 May '13, 9pm

An extensible approach to browser security policy: #extendthewebforward

For the uninitiated, Content Security Policy is a feature that allows web sites to opt into stricter security than what the web platform offers by default. For example, it can restrict which domains to execute scripts from, prevent inline scripts from running altogether, and control which domains the network stack is allowed to make HTTP requests to.

Full article: http://yehudakatz.com/2013/05/24/an-extensible-approach-t...

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