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def main(request, response):
"""Send a response with the origin policy indicated by the ?policy= argument.
Won't send a policy when the browser doesn't indicate support.
The response tests whether inline script and eval are allowed, and will
send a corresponding message to the parent frame.
For easier debugging, we'll also show the results in-page.
origin_policy_header = "Sec-Origin-Policy"
request_policy = request.headers.get(origin_policy_header)
response_policy = request.GET.first("policy", default="")
if request_policy and response_policy:
response.headers.set(origin_policy_header, "policy=%s" % response_policy)
response.headers.set("Vary", "sec-origin-policy")
response.headers.set("Content-Type", "text/html");
return """
<title>Page with an Origin Policy</title>
<script nonce=test>
let inlineAllowed = false;
let evalAllowed = false;
try { eval('evalAllowed = true;'); } catch (e) {};
inlineAllowed = true;
<p>Reveal whether CSP with "unsafe-inline" or "unsafe-eval" is present:</p>
<li>inline script allowed: <span id=inline_allowed></span></li>
<li>eval allowed: <span id=eval_allowed></span></li>
<script nonce=test>
const result = {
"inline_allowed": inlineAllowed,
"eval_allowed": evalAllowed,
// Mirror content into the page for easy debugging:
const styles = {
true: "font-weight: bold; color: green;",
false: "font-weight: bold; color: red",
for (const [key, value] of Object.entries(result)) {
let element = document.getElementById(key);
element.textContent = value.toString(); = styles[value];
// Send result to parent frame for evaluation.
if (window.parent) {
window.parent.postMessage(result, "*");