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Knowledge Base Category: Security Headers

How to use the Permission Policy header

The Permissions-Policy HTTP header replaces the existing Feature-Policy header for controlling delegation of permissions and powerful features. The header uses a structured syntax, and allows sites to more tightly restrict which origins can be granted access to features. This will be released in Really Simple

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htaccess or wp-config.php file not writable

.htaccess or wp-config.php file not writeable   Really Simple SSL requires write permissions to either the .htaccess or wp-config.php files. For example to add an .htaccess redirect, add a fix to the wp-config.php file if your site is behind a loadbalancer or add the secure

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Everything you need to know about security headers

SSL is an additional layer of security on your site. An important header you can add is HSTS, and HSTS preload, which prevents your website users to load a fake version of your website, created by a hacker. But there are more ways to break into

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How to use the Feature Policy header

The Permissions-Policy HTTP header replaces the existing Feature-Policy header for controlling delegation of permissions and powerful features. The header uses a structured syntax, and allows sites to more tightly restrict which origins can be granted access to features. This will be released in Really Simple

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Common issues with HSTS

There can be a number of causes HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) is not working correctly. The most common issues with HSTS are listed in this article. Response error: Multiple HSTS headers (number of HSTS headers: 2) When you see this error the HSTS header has been set

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