Disable Content-Security-Policy
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Overview

Disable Content-Security-Policy for web application testing. When the icon is colored, CSP headers are disabled.

Use at your own risk. This disables the Content-Security-Policy header for a tab. Use this when testing what resources a new third-party tag includes onto the page. Click the extension icon to disable Content-Security-Policy header for the tab. Click the extension icon again to re-enable Content-Security-Policy header. Use this only as a last resort. Disabling Content-Security-Policy means disabling features designed to protect you from cross-site scripting. Prefer to use report-uri which instructs the browser to send CSP violations to a URI. That allows you keep Content-Security-Policy enabled in your browser but still know what got blocked. https://report-uri.com is a free tool that gives you a web interface to inspect CSP violations on your site.

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ethanApr 11, 2024

It works

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JackMar 22, 2024

awesome

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Kostis AnagnostopoulosFeb 27, 2024

Don't bother, it didn't work, at least in Brave Version 1.62.156 Chromium: 121.0.6167.139 (Official Build) (64-bit) From DevTools override headers and delete/modify the response CSP to your liking: https://developer.chrome.com/docs/devtools/overrides

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Details

  • Version
    3.0.0
  • Updated
    May 6, 2020
  • Offered by
    Phil Grayson
  • Size
    23.53KiB
  • Languages
    2 languages
  • Non-trader
    This developer has not identified itself as a trader. For consumers in the European Union, please note that consumer rights do not apply to contracts between you and this developer.

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