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Integrity checking for JavaScript

Including JavaScript files from a CDN can be beneficial in many ways as you don’t have to ship the code with your code and caching can be done by the browser of a proxy server. It also allows for injecting untrusted code into a web page as someone else is hosting the code you rely on. But Firefox, Chrome, and Opera already support Subresource Integrity checking script and link tags. Hopefully, both Safari and Edge (or Internet Explorer) will support it soon.

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