Security headers protect websites against many common hacker attacks, including malware injections, user interface redress attack, malicious script injections, and more.
The security headers provide an additional security protection layer, helping restrict malicious activities between the web server and the web browser.
Security headers are not permanent, they can change over time, as code changes, and hackers attempt new breach methods.
Consistent review of your website security headers should be an integral part of your cyber security strategy.
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