HTTP Security Headers in WordPress

HTTP Security Headers in WordPress

Er zijn veel verschillende manieren om je WordPress website te beveiligen. Via HTTP Security Headers kan je dit betrekkelijk eenvoudig doen, zonder dat je extra inspanning van je bezoeker vraag.

Voor AppSaloon schreef ik deze blogpost over HTTP Security Headers:

In general, HTTP headers are used to send extra parameters (settings, security, keys, …). The receiver is the browser or the server. The values of the HTTP headers are used to influence the response. For example, if you set the right HTTP Security header, you can force encryption for your website. One example is the “Date” header where the value is the current timestamp. For a full list of HTTP headers, see the dedicated page “List of HTTP header fields“.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

* Checkbox GDPR is required

*

I agree

Up Next:

Netneutraliteit

Netneutraliteit