This document defines a policy language used to declare a set of content restrictions for a web resource, and a mechanism for transmitting the policy from a server to a client where the policy is enforced.
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Work on this document has been discontinued. It should not be referenced or used as a basis for implementation. Work on the subject has continued in CSP Level 2. Please see that document for up-to date information.
This document describes a proposal that has been
discussed by the broader community since 2010 There are
experimental implementations in Firefox and Chrome, using the header
X-WebKit-CSP respectively. Internet Explorer 10 Platform
Preview also contains a partial implementation, using the header name
In addition to the documents in the W3C Web Application Security working group, the work on this document is also informed by the work of the IETF websec working group, particularly that working group's requirements document: draft-hodges-websec-framework-reqs.
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