CSP Reports Attributes
Detailed information about CSP reports attributes
The Traffic Viewer page of the Webscale Control Panel enables you to view CSP reports information for an application within a specified time period. For more information on accessing Traffic Viewer, see Access Traffic Viewer.
The following table provides CSP reports attribute information. You can view the name, display name, alias, and a description for each attribute.
CSP reports attributes
|arrival||Arrival||arrival||ISO 8601-formatted date when the request arrived at the Webscale proxy|
|blocked_uri||Blocked URI||blocked_uri||URI of the resource that the Content Security policy blocked from loading. If the blocked URI has a different origin than the document URI, the blocked URI is truncated to contain just the scheme, host, and port.|
|country||Country||country||Two-letter ISO 3166-2 country code for the origin of a request|
|disposition||Disposition||disposition||“enforce” if the Content-Security-Policy response header was used. “report” if the Content-Security-Policy-Report-Only response header was used.|
|document_uri||Document URI||document_uri||URI of the document in which the violation occurred|
|effective_directive||Effective directive||effective_directive||Directive whose enforcement caused the violation|
|URL of the application that was requested|
|original_policy||Original policy||original_policy||Original policy as specified by the Content-Security-Policy response header|
|peer_address||Peer address||peer_address||IP address of the immediate peer that reported the violation|
|referrer||Referrer||referrer||Referrer of the document in which the violation occurred|
|request_address||Request address||request_address||Remote IP address of the user agent that made the request|
|script_sample||Script sample||script_sample||First 40 characters of the inline script, event handler, or style that caused the violation|
|session_id||Session ID||session_id||ID of the Webscale session that attempted to load the resource|
|Response status code that indicates the response to a specific request|
|Contents of the User-Agent request header|
|violated_directive||Violated directive||violated_directive||Name of the violated policy section|
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Last modified October 20, 2021