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Knowledge Base Category: Security Headers

How to use the Content Security Policy generator

Really Simple SSL pro has the ability to generate a Content Security Policy for your WordPress site. A Content Security Policy is an added layer of security that can mitigate and detect various security threats. Since this is an advanced feature, we recommend using this

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Inserting HSTS header using PHP

HSTS Header insertion Really Simple SSL Pro has the ability to set the HSTS header for your website. In most cases, this is done by inserting the HSTS header in the .htaccess file used by Apache and related webservers. Inserting the HSTS header in the

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How to clear HSTS from your browser

If you enabled HSTS on your site, you’ll have to clear it from your browser after you disabled it again. Otherwise, your site willl keep loading over SSL. There are two ways to do this. The first sets the .htaccess header, which resets it for

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What is HSTS?

HSTS means HTTP Strict Transport Security, and makes browsers force your visitors over https. Why do you need this when you already have redirected your site to SSL? HSTS is meant for situations when users are not actually visiting your site, but a site that

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