12 Jul '18, 7pm

Google Asks Publishers to Add Nosniff Response Headers by martinibuster

Google issued a security update to Chrome and asked web developers to serve a nosniff response header to help prevent hacks via web browsers. This issue is important if you are an SEO, a web developer, web designer or site publisher. Why the Security Update Matters The attacks (Spectre & Meltdown ) exploits vulnerabilities in a visitor’s device to steal sensitive information like passwords. This presents a user experience issue. What the Chrome Update Does Chrome updated to version 67. It introduces a feature that was previously in beta called, Site Isolation. Site Isolation is a method to prevent an attack on a site visitor’s browser. According to Chrome’s developer page : “Site Isolation is a security feature in Chrome that offers additional protection against some types of security bugs. It makes it harder for untrustworthy websites to access or steal information from y...

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