Talk in English - UK at PHP North West 2016
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Content Security Policies
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thanks .... you taught me something new :)
Great talk. Never heard of the concept before, will start using it in the future for sure! Can't think of anything to improve at the moment ;-)
A very educational talk on CSP. A really good and easy to follow presentation with some really good links to follow on.
Something to look into more closely. Good call on the log first approach.
A great unconference talk, something I didn't know existed but good to learn about. I would like to see some live examples of browsers stopping or preventing content loading but I will have to look something up for myself :)
Wow! I had only seen CSP in passing and this talk taught me a lot and gave me some things to try out myself. I'd like to see this as a main-track talk next year.
I think this is the best talk I saw all weekend.
I had heard of CSPs before this talk but knew nothing about how they worked. Matt gave a great introduction to them, covering what they are, how they help, what they are capable of, downsides, potential issues with implementation & how to introduce them without causing problems. Delivered confidently and clearly.
Excellent speaker, enthusiastic and passionate about his talk. To be fair, I didn't know what to expect from this talk, but was pleasantly surprised to see it was standard introduced to mitigate cross scripting attacks - always enjoy learning something new.
I've never really looked into CSPs before and found this to be a great introduction into the concept and how it works.
Would be nice to see some live demos however with the amount of content Matt already had and the time restrictions of an unconference talk, it's understandable. Maybe if the talk expands in the future!
I've only heard about content security policies over the past month or so, so it was nice to see a talk on it. The talk was informative and was nice to hear experiences Matt and his team had in which he gave advice on when you would and wouldn't use it, the history and the possible future. Questions were answered confidently and honestly.