Security Audit

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.

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  • X-XSS-Protection header set to 0 (disabled) Header Security High Details
    Description:

    The x-xss-protection header is designed to enable the cross-site scripting (XSS) filter built into modern web browsers. Explicitly setting X-XSS-Protection header to "0" will allow an attacker to perform XSS attack on your users..

    Remediation:

    The recommended configuration is to set this header to the following value, which will enable the XSS protection and instruct the browser to block the response in the event that a malicious script has been inserted from user input, instead of sanitizing. x-xss-protection: 1; mode=block.

  • Content Security Policy (CSP) implemented unsafely. This includes 'unsafe-inline' or data: inside script-src, overly broad sources such as https: inside object-src or script-src, or not restricting the sources for object-src or script-src. Header Security Medium Details
    Description:

    Content Security Policy(CSP) is an additional security layer that helps detect and mitigate certain types of attacks such as Cross-Site Scripting (XSS). Such attacks can also be used for data theft, site defacement or even distribution of malware. Content Security Policy (CSP) implemented on your site is unsafe. This includes usage of unsafe-inline or data: inside script-src, overly broad sources such as https: inside object-src or script-src, or not restricting the sources for object-src or script-src. Please follow our remediation guide to migrate to safe Content Security Policy..

    Remediation:

    Follow this guide to fix this, find the guide here.

  • Anti-CSRF tokens set without using the SameSite flag Cookie Security Low Details
    Description:

    SameSite prevents the browser from sending this cookie along with cross-site requests. Risk of cross-origin information leakage can be mitigated by using SameSite cookies. Our scanners detected that your website is using Anti-CSRF tokens but is not using SameSite attributes. SameSite is a new standard actively enforced by web browsers and We recommend that you add SameSite cookie attribute to all sensitive cookies..

    Remediation:

    Follow this guide to fix this, find the guide here.

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