The W3C CORS recommendation states: Certain types of resources should not attempt to specify particular authorized origins, but instead either deny or allow all origins. ... 3. A GET ...
I understand the purpose of the Access-Control-Allow-Credentials header, but can't see what problem the Access-Control-Allow-Origin header solves. More precisely, it's easy to see how, if ...
I understand CSRF and why cross-domain AJAX requests with cookies or other credentials can't be permitted without an Access-Control-Allow-Credentials header explicitly permitting them - otherwise I'd ...
I have a website www.foo.com:8002 that I have resolve to 127.0.0.1:8002 in my hosts file. I have another (the main site) running at localhost:80 In www.foo.com:8002 the page looks like <form ...