NGINX

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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How to set Security Headers on Apache and NGINX

advanced-headers.php A new option in Really Simple SSL Pro 5.5 is ‘advanced-headers.php’ which is a general solution for incompatibilities between servers, caching, and other configurations. We recommend trying advanced-headers.php to resolve issues you encounter when setting headers. × Dismiss alert Below we will discuss the

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Redirect rules in Nginx

Use the following to redirect to https on nginx. server { listen 80; server_name my-domain.com; return 301 https://$server_name$request_uri; }

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