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plugin-types directive restricts the set of plugins that
can be embedded into a document by limiting the types of resources which can be loaded.
- the element to load does not declare a valid MIME type,
- the declared type does not match one of specified types in the
- the fetched resource does not match the declared type.
|Directive type||Document directive|
||No. Not setting this allows anything.|
One or more MIME types can
be set for the
Content-Security-Policy: plugin-types <type>/<subtype>; Content-Security-Policy: plugin-types <type>/<subtype> <type>/<subtype>;
- A valid MIME type.
To disallow all plugins, the
object-src directive should be set to
'none' which will disallow plugins. The
is only used if you are allowing plugins with
object-src at all.
<meta http-equiv="Content-Security-Policy" content="object-src 'none'">
The content security policy
Content-Security-Policy: plugin-types application/x-shockwave-flash
will allow to load flash objects:
<object data="https://example.com/flash" type="application/x-shockwave-flash"></object>
To load an
<applet> you must specify
Content-Security-Policy: plugin-types application/x-java-applet
|Content Security Policy Level 2
The definition of 'plugin-types' in that specification.
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