Adds CSP headers to your request, based on configuration in a yml file.
SilverStripe Framework 4.x
composer require firesphere/cspheaders
When using this module and have CSS hashes or nonces enabled, any inline styles declared on HTML Elements themselves will not work anymore.
allow-inline) in your yml config.
Default for css is therefore
true for security reasons.
Firesphere\CSPHeaders\View\CSPBackend: csp_config: report-only: false report-uri: "https://mydomain.report-uri.com" base-uri: allow:  self: true default-src:  frame-src: allow: - youtube.com self: false connect-src: allow:  self: true font-src: allow:  self: true form-action: self: true frame-ancestors:  img-src: allow:  blob: true self: true data: true media-src: allow: - youtube.com - vimeo.com object-src:  plugin-types:  script-src: allow:  self: true unsafe-inline: false unsafe-eval: false style-src: self: true unsafe-inline: true upgrade-insecure-requests: true jsSRI: true cssSRI: false useNonce: false --- Only: environment: 'dev' --- Firesphere\CSPHeaders\View\CSPBackend: csp_config: report-only: true
Setting the legacy headers flag to true, will add the IE legacy headers like
X-XSS-PROTECTION. Default value is false
When you enable the Reporting API you will receive deprecation, intervention and crash reports from the browser. To enable this you need to set a HTTP response header with the following name and value.
Configure the allowed domains. If domains change, they need to be added programmatically.
If you don't want to use the script tag, use the nonce. In the template, you can use
$Nonce to get the current request nonce, e.g. if you are using <script> tags in your template
It's useful to only use the wizard in dev mode, to discover the URI's and sha's you need to add.
This prevents needless reports and helps you set up the wizard.
You do need to set the report-to uri to your wizard uri, otherwise the system will encounter a failure.
If you want to submit forms to a different domain, you can add the allowed domains under the forms section
If you use the default methods provided by the
Requirements class, the needed SHA's and SRI's are automatically calculated for you.
You can specify files or domains to skip outputting (JS or CSS) SRI for by using the
skip_domains array. If the file URI starts with or matches a value in this array then it will be skipped. In the example below, any files fetched from https://maps.googleapis.com/ would be skipped.
Firesphere\CSPHeaders\Builders\SRIBuilder: skip_domains: - 'https://maps.googleapis.com/'
To force-refresh the SRI calculations, add the URL Parameter
?updatesri=true. You need to be admin to use this.
To force the headers to be set in dev-mode, for testing purposes, add the URL parameter
To disable this again, change the
To have these automatically clear out on a dev/build (useful for updating integrity hashes on production when new assets are deployed) you can enable this via the yaml below - though note this only works on Silverstripe framework 4.7+
There is also an SRI Refresh dev task which can be manually run by visiting
/dev/tasks/SRIRefreshTask in the browser or via sake on cli.
Firesphere\CSPHeaders\Models\SRI: clear_sri_on_build: true
This will simply delete all of the hashes and they will be recalculated the first time they are required on a page.
Any header set in the
nginx.conf files will override the headers
set by this module.
This module is published under BSD 3-clause license, although these are not in the actual classes, the license does apply:
Copyright (c) 2012-NOW(), Simon "Sphere" Erkelens
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