Based on the Content Security Policy primer I wrote last week, you should have a good idea of what CSP can offer a website developer. What might not be clear is that the policies can extend beyond HTTP, a bit more deeply into the browser. Chrome offers Content Security Policy support for extensions that substantially reduce the possibility of permission leakage; this article describes how it works, and how you can use it in your extensions.
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Secure Chrome extensions: Content Security Policy Content Security Policy: A Primer
The web’s security model is fundamentally broken, and has been since the beginning. Content Security Policy is an upcoming feature of the web platform that promises to mitigate the risk of XSS attacks, and it’s worth starting to play with now.