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Content Security Policy (CSP) is a computer security standard introduced to prevent cross-site scripting (XSS), clickjacking and other code injection attacks resulting from execution of malicious content in the trusted web page context. It is a Candidate Recommendation of the W3C working group on Web Application Security, widely supported by the modern web browsers. CSP provides a standard method for website owners to declare approved origins of content that browsers should be allowed to load on that website — covered types are JavaScript, CSS, HTML frames, web workers, fonts, images, embeddable objects such as Java applets, ActiveX, audio and video files, and other HTML5 features.

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  • Content Security Policy (CSP) ist ein Sicherheitskonzept, um Cross-Site-Scripting und andere Angriffe durch Einschleusen von Daten in Webseiten zu verhindern. Es handelt sich um einen W3C-Empfehlungskandidat zur Sicherheit von Webanwendungen. CSP wurde ursprünglich von der Mozilla Foundation entworfen und in Firefox 4.0 erstmals experimentell unterstützt.
  • Content Security Policy (CSP) is a computer security standard introduced to prevent cross-site scripting (XSS), clickjacking and other code injection attacks resulting from execution of malicious content in the trusted web page context. It is a Candidate Recommendation of the W3C working group on Web Application Security, widely supported by the modern web browsers. CSP provides a standard method for website owners to declare approved origins of content that browsers should be allowed to load on that website — covered types are JavaScript, CSS, HTML frames, web workers, fonts, images, embeddable objects such as Java applets, ActiveX, audio and video files, and other HTML5 features.
  • Content Security Policy (abrégé CSP) est un mécanisme de sécurité permettant de restreindre l'origine du contenu (tel qu'un script Javascript, une feuille de style etc.) dans une page web à certains sites autorisés. Cela permet de mieux se prémunir d'une éventuelle faille XSS. Les navigateurs ne supportant cette spécification ignorent simplement l'en-tête, cela est donc transparent pour le visiteur.À l'heure actuelle, seuls Mozilla Firefox et Google Chrome prennent pleinement en charge la spécification. Il s'agit d'une Candidate Recommendation du W3C depuis le 15 novembre 2012.
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