Category:WASS Page Caching
Disable caching of sensitive pages.
Caching of files is a common mechanism to improve performance, but may have unintended side effects. As described in other requirements, caching may also make it easy for unauthorized users to discover sensitive information.
- All pages of the application that contain sensitive information (including the login page) should utilize HTTP headers or HTML meta tags as a directive to the browser or network appliances and prevent them from caching data
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