csp-builder - Build Content-Security-Policy headers from a JSON file (or build them programmatically)

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Easily integrate Content-Security-Policy headers into your web application, either from a JSON configuration file, or programatically. CSP Builder was created by Paragon Initiative Enterprises as part of our effort to encourage better application security practices.

https://paragonie.com/projects
https://github.com/paragonie/csp-builder

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