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Allows you to create an allow list of sources of trusted content, and instructs the browser to only execute or render resources from those sources.

Unprefixed version: Microsoft Edge build 10240+

View Changelog: Build Number 10240+
  • Microsoft Edge

    Supported in Microsoft Edge

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Shipped in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Opera

    Shipped in Opera

  • Safari

    Shipped in Safari

An evolution of the Content Security Policy specification, allowing developers to create a whitelist of sources of trusted content, and instructing the browser to only execute or render resources from those sources.

Unprefixed version: Windows Insider Preview Build 15002+

View Changelog: Build Number 15002+
  • Microsoft Edge

    Preview in Microsoft Edge

  • Chrome

    Shipped in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Not Supported in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Opera

    Shipped in Opera

  • Safari

    Shipped in Safari

Allows a server to instruct the user agent to upgrade insecure requests via a Content-Security-Policy header. This directive is meant to make it even easier for a site administrator to move towards using all secure transports, while avoiding having to make massive updates to URLs in their web applications.

Roadmap Priority: Medium — Development is likely for a future release.

  • Microsoft Edge

    Under Consideration in Microsoft Edge

  • Chrome

    Not Supported in Chrome

  • Firefox

    Not Supported in Firefox

  • Internet Explorer

    Not Supported in Internet Explorer 11

  • Opera

    Not Supported in Opera

  • Safari

    Not Supported in Safari