Setting up Content Security Policy in JIRA

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Is it possible to implement 'Content Security Policy' and Enable X-FRAME-Options header to implement clickjacking protection?

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Hi Rilwan,

I saw this question asked a couple months ago in a post titled X-Frame-Options or Content-Security-Policy.  The author found the solution on a webpage titled X-Frame-Options – How to Combat Clickjacking.

The page I'm referencing provides good information on X-Frame-Options Directives, Enabling X-Frame-Options Header, and information regarding caveats with X-Frame-Options Browser Support.



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