Protect WordPress website from XSS, Clickjacking, and some other attacks
Securing your site is essential for your online business presence. Over the weekend, I did a security scan on my WordPress website through Acunetix and Netsparker and found the following vulnerabilities.
Missing X-Frame-Options Header
Cookie Not Marked as HttpOnly
Cookie without Secure flag set
If you are on dedicated Cloud or VPS hosting, you can directly inject these headers in Apache or Nginx to mitigate it. However, to do this directly in WordPress – you can do the following.
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