Perform a basic security audit on your website and see what kind of vulnerabilities are affecting it.
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Security Audit Results
We detected suboptimal or unsafe practices on your website. Please see the list below for more details.
Content Security Policy (CSP) header not implemented Header Security Low DetailsDescription:
Our scanners were not able to detect Content Security Policy (CSP) header amongst the header returned by your site..
Cookies set without using the Secure flag, but transmission over HTTP prevented by HSTS Cookie Security Low DetailsDescription:
Cookies are often used in applications to identify and authenticate a user, so stealing a cookie can lead to hijacking of the authenticated user's session. Cookies on your site are set without using the Secure flag, but transmission over HTTP is prevented as HSTS is enabled on your site. Current implementation is not vulnerable but you should consider using Secure Flag on cookies whenever possible..
Initial redirection from HTTP to HTTPS is to a different host, preventing HSTS HTTPS Security Low DetailsDescription:
Your website is initially redirected to canonical HTTPS URL from a non-canonical HTTP URL. As HSTS only applies for the host that sends it, The policy will only to the canonical HTTPS URL. It is recommended to first redirect non-canonical HTTP URL to the non-canonical HTTPS URL (same domain) and then redirect to the canonical HTTPS URL..
Subresource Integrity (SRI) not implemented, but all external scripts are loaded over HTTPS HTTP Security Info DetailsDescription:
Subresource Integrity enables you to mitigate some risks of attacks by ensuring that the files your web application or web document fetches (from a CDN or anywhere) have been delivered without a third-party having injected any additional content into those files and without any other changes of any kind at all having been made to those files. Great job loading all scripts via HTTPS, Implementing SRI will help you make your website more secure..