yesod-middleware-csp: A middleware for building CSP headers on the fly

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Deals with CSP without disabling it. This is done by overriding the default yesod provided addScript functionalities and adding a nonce to the tag, and the right headers to the request.


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Dependencies base (>=4 && <5), base64-bytestring, bytestring (>=0.9 && <0.11), classy-prelude (>=0.10.2), conduit, containers, directory, filepath, http-client, network-uri, template-haskell, text, time, uuid, yesod (>=1.6.0), yesod-core (>=1.6.15), yesod-static (>=1.6 && <1.7) [details]
License MIT
Author Jezen Thomas <jezen@supercede.com>
Maintainer Jezen Thomas <jezen@supercede.com>
Category Web, Yesod
Uploaded by Valeri at 2022-07-15T14:04:36Z
Distributions NixOS:1.1.0
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yesod-middleware-csp

A middleware for building CSP headers on the fly

Deals with CSP without disabling it. This is done by overriding the default yesod provided addScript functionalities and adding a nonce to the tag, and the right headers to the request.

Usage

Because there is no good way of enforcing CSP at typelevel in yesod, It's best to override classy prelude with your own custom prelude. This allows hiding the addScript functions from there with the ones provided by this library:


-- | Mirrors classy prelude yesod but with our supercede patches
module Supercede.Prelude.Yesod
  ( -- * rexport
    module X
  -- ** use CSP variant instead of yesod's
  , addScriptEither
  , addScript
  , addScriptRemote
  ) where

import Supercede.Prelude as X hiding (delete, deleteBy, Handler (..))
import Yesod as X hiding (addScriptEither, addScript, addScriptRemote, addScriptAttrs, addScriptRemoteAttrs)

import Yesod.Middleware.CSP (addScriptEither, addScript, addScriptRemote)

Then in hlint you can simply dis-recommend usage of classy prelude:

- modules:
  - {name: [ClassyPrelude], message: "Use Supercede.Prelude instead"}
  - {name: [ClassyPrelude.Yesod], message: "Use Supercede.Prelude.Yesod instead"}

How to run tests

cabal configure --enable-tests && cabal build && cabal test

Contributing

PR's are welcome.