Web site users are facing new and improved threats nowadays. These range from clickjacking, json injection to likejacking among others. Companies like Google, Mozilla, Microsoft etc. have started implementing new HTTP response headers to counter some of the advanced attacks against their website users. Some of the new attacks aren't well understood by the application developers and hence they aren’t using the new secure headers supported by the new browsers. This is either due to ignorance or in order to keep supporting older insecure browsers versions of Internet Explorer.
This talk we will walkthrough what these attacks are, how this various security headers protect the web application users and what is the status of compatibility currently.