Source code for django.middleware.clickjacking

Clickjacking Protection Middleware.

This module provides a middleware that implements protection against a
malicious site loading resources from your site in a hidden frame.

from django.conf import settings
from django.utils.deprecation import MiddlewareMixin

[docs]class XFrameOptionsMiddleware(MiddlewareMixin): """ Set the X-Frame-Options HTTP header in HTTP responses. Do not set the header if it's already set or if the response contains a xframe_options_exempt value set to True. By default, set the X-Frame-Options header to 'DENY', meaning the response cannot be displayed in a frame, regardless of the site attempting to do so. To enable the response to be loaded on a frame within the same site, set X_FRAME_OPTIONS in your project's Django settings to 'SAMEORIGIN'. """ def process_response(self, request, response): # Don't set it if it's already in the response if response.get("X-Frame-Options") is not None: return response # Don't set it if they used @xframe_options_exempt if getattr(response, "xframe_options_exempt", False): return response response.headers["X-Frame-Options"] = self.get_xframe_options_value( request, response, ) return response def get_xframe_options_value(self, request, response): """ Get the value to set for the X_FRAME_OPTIONS header. Use the value from the X_FRAME_OPTIONS setting, or 'DENY' if not set. This method can be overridden if needed, allowing it to vary based on the request or response. """ return getattr(settings, "X_FRAME_OPTIONS", "DENY").upper()
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