Content security policy is the standard that is created to prevent malicious content getting injected into trusted websites. For example, when a folder is shared by one user to another, hackers can upload a file into this share, with malicious content. When such file is opened/previewed by the user it can cause unintended behavior.
Content Security Rule
FileCloud is shipping with a content security rule that will prevent these kind of attacks in FileCloud version 17 and later. This rule is specified in the file WWWROOT/.htaccess of every FileCloud installation.
Opening this file in text editor will show a rule as follows:
In the above rule:
default-src 'self' *.live.com
style-src 'unsafe-inline' 'self'
|This rule section will enforce style elements only to be loaded from FileCloud server and those that are embedded in the web page.|
script-src 'unsafe-inline' 'unsafe-eval' 'self'
|This rule section will allow additional scripts embedded in the web page within <script> tag and scripts specified with eval function.|
font-src 'self' data:
|This rule section permits fonts to be loaded only from FileCloud server and the base64 encoded fonts embedded in the page.|
img-src 'self' data:
|This rule section permits images to be loaded only from FileCloud server and the base64 encoded fonts embedded in the page.|