HTTP Security Report

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Why HTTP Security?

Following HTTP security best practices is highly recommended as a part of a defense in depth strategy to secure web apps.

HTTP headers can be employed to restrict browsers' allowed actions. Correct usage helps reduce web app attack surface.

Fun Facts

  • The average HTTP Security Report score for the top 500 sites on the Internet is 28.
  • Content Security Policy (CSP) is used by 3.8% of the top websites. Only 0.8% use CSP without the unsafe attribute.
  • Internet Explorer's recent universal XSS attack was mitigated using CSP Level 2 or the X-Frame-Options header.
  • 0.6% of the top sites use the new HTTP Public Key Pinning (HPKP) header.
  • Compromised or misused certificate authorities can be guarded against with HPKP.

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