Enum rocket::shield::NoSniff

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pub enum NoSniff {
    Enable,
}
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The X-Content-Type-Options header: turns off mime sniffing which can prevent certain attacks.

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Enable

Turns off mime sniffing.

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impl Default for NoSniff

Defaults to NoSniff::Enable, turns off mime sniffing.

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fn default() -> NoSniff

Returns the “default value” for a type. Read more
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impl From<&NoSniff> for Header<'static>

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fn from(_: &NoSniff) -> Self

Converts to this type from the input type.
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impl Policy for NoSniff

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const NAME: &'static str = "X-Content-Type-Options"

The actual name of the HTTP header. Read more
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fn header(&self) -> Header<'static>

Returns the Header to attach to all outgoing responses. Read more

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