Dr. Kailas R. Patil, Madhulika Jhawar, Rashida Mumin, Aashay Mokadam and Kunal Kharsadia, ,
Use of Internet is very common these days. There are a lot of websites containing different kinds of content over the internet. An average person visits atleast 8-10 web pages per day. The web page sometimes contains malicious contents or some inline scripts which the user is not aware of. The scripts try to force display contents on user’s screen or try to steal information from the user without the user’s awareness. This makes the user vulnerable. Content Security Policy is a way to defeat these types of attacks. If CSP is enforced on the web browser, content will be displayed from trusted sources only and all other contents will be blocked. UserCSP was implemented to facilitate this purpose. In UserCSP, users could specify the policies they want to enforce. However, this had a drawback too. An average user is not familiar with the concept of CSP. So, we are making SmartCSP, an add-on for Mozilla Firefox. This will facilitate the users who are not aware of CSP by inferring the policies based on the structure of HTML pages loaded.
Dr. Kailas R. Patil et al., International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends
Volume 3, Issue 3, March-2016, pp. 123-128
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