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Category: Security

Third party CSS is not safe

…because third-party anything really isn’t safe. Jake Archibald: If you’re worried about users tricking your site into loading third party resources, you can use CSP as a safety net, to limit where images, scripts and styles can be fetched from. We’ve long discussed security considerations for using and managing third-party scripts, but the topic of security in third-party CSS was recently broached in response to a “trick” that employs keylogging via CSS. Jake’s post is a worthy read because it takes a high-level look at all third-party assets and the risks they pose. Direct Link to Article — Permalink Third party CSS is not safe is a post from CSS-Tricks...

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Quick Wins For Improving Performance And Security Of Your Website

When it comes to building and maintaining a website, one has to take a ton of things into consideration. However, in an era when people want to see results fast, while at the same time knowing that their information online is secure, all webmasters should strive for a couple of things: Improving the performance of their website, Increasing their website’s security. Both of these goals are vital in order to run a successful website....

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