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How to find where (unwanted) security headers are set

In some cases you may get the warning: “Header x has been set to the non-recommended value “**”, or You tried to disable “header”, but this is not possible because it is set by a third party. This means that a third party, not Really

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Cross Origin Security Headers

Cross-Origin Isolation In 2018, a new vulnerability was discovered in processors. It allowed a “side channel attack”. These types of attacks try to gather information by measuring the indirect effects of the system, like speed and power consumption. You can compare it to how you

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Really Simple SSL adapts to recent WP Engine changes

So what changed? WP Engine will drop support for the root file .htaccess. This is not uncommon, and several web servers, such as NGINX, do not support htaccess, and Really Simple SSL still works. What is htaccess? The .htaccess file is a configuration file in

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