You’ve heard about attacks like Cross Site Scripting (CSS) and click-jacking. This course, Configuring Security Headers in ASP.NET and ASP.NET Core Applications, will give you the skills needed to mitigate these kinds of attacks by turning on browser features in your ASP.NET(Core) application like Content Security Policy (CSP), Referrer Policy and Feature Policy. By the end of this course you'll not only know how to make these configurations, you'll understand how these attacks work.
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