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administration:security:content_security_policy [2020/06/30 05:43]
xmorave2 [Enforcing vs. Reporting]
administration:security:content_security_policy [2020/06/30 10:12] (current)
demiankatz [Enforcing vs. Reporting]
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   * [[https://​github.com/​seek-oss/​csp-server|seek-oss/​csp-server]] - an open source, Node.js-based solution   * [[https://​github.com/​seek-oss/​csp-server|seek-oss/​csp-server]] - an open source, Node.js-based solution
   * [[https://​report-uri.com/​|ReportURI]] - a commercial, cloud-based service   * [[https://​report-uri.com/​|ReportURI]] - a commercial, cloud-based service
-  * [[https://​docs.sentry.io/​error-reporting/​security-policy-reporting/​|Sentry]] - a commercial, cloud-base service+  * [[https://​docs.sentry.io/​error-reporting/​security-policy-reporting/​|Sentry]] - a commercial, cloud-based service
  
 All violations are usually reported in browser'​s console too, but it is preferable to set up some service to ensure you able to catch all issues your users could be facing. All violations are usually reported in browser'​s console too, but it is preferable to set up some service to ensure you able to catch all issues your users could be facing.
administration/security/content_security_policy.txt · Last modified: 2020/06/30 10:12 by demiankatz