Security Report Summary
|05 Mar 2024 03:27:56 UTC
|Content Security Policy is an effective measure to protect your site from XSS attacks. By whitelisting sources of approved content, you can prevent the browser from loading malicious assets.
|Permissions Policy is a new header that allows a site to control which features and APIs can be used in the browser.
|Tue, 05 Mar 2024 01:28:29 GMT
|Tue, 05 Mar 2024 03:27:55 GMT
|h3=":443"; ma=2592000, h3-29=":443"; ma=2592000, h3-Q050=":443"; ma=2592000, h3-Q046=":443"; ma=2592000, h3-Q043=":443"; ma=2592000, quic=":443"; ma=2592000; v="43,46"
|Cross-Origin Embedder Policy allows a site to prevent assets being loaded that do not grant permission to load them via CORS or CORP.
|Cross-Origin Opener Policy allows a site to opt-in to Cross-Origin Isolation in the browser.
|Cross-Origin Resource Policy allows a resource owner to specify who can load the resource.
|X-Powered-By can usually be seen with values like "PHP/5.5.9-1ubuntu4.5" or "ASP.NET". Trying to minimise the amount of information you give out about your server is a good idea. This header should be removed or the value changed.
|Server value has been changed. Typically you will see values like "Microsoft-IIS/8.0" or "nginx 1.7.2".
|HTTP Strict Transport Security is an excellent feature to support on your site and strengthens your implementation of TLS by getting the User Agent to enforce the use of HTTPS.
|X-Content-Type-Options stops a browser from trying to MIME-sniff the content type and forces it to stick with the declared content-type. The only valid value for this header is "X-Content-Type-Options: nosniff".
|X-XSS-Protection sets the configuration for the XSS Auditor built into older browsers. The recommended value was "X-XSS-Protection: 1; mode=block" but you should now look at Content Security Policy instead.
|X-Frame-Options tells the browser whether you want to allow your site to be framed or not. By preventing a browser from framing your site you can defend against attacks like clickjacking.
|Referrer Policy is a new header that allows a site to control how much information the browser includes with navigations away from a document and should be set by all sites.