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Content Security Policy (CSP) is a browser security mechanism that aims to protect websites from content injection attacks. To adopt CSP, website developers need to manually compile a list of allowed content sources. Nearly all websites require modifications to comply with CSP's default behavior, which blocks inline scripts and the use of the eval() function. Alternatively, websites could adopt a policy that allows the use of this unsafe functionality, but this opens up potential attackdoi:10.1504/ijsn.2018.10013673 fatcat:rf4i4jtrxjal7okudp2dqvm2ka