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    insecurity

    3.1.0 • Public • Published

    Insecurity

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    Analyze HTML, CSS, JS, etc. files for insecure URLs (http://) that might cause Mixed Content problems when serving a site over SSL.

    Installation

    npm install insecurity

    Usage

    All methods return an array of insecure urls found (or an empty array, if none are found).

    insecurity.html(content[, options])

    Checks the src and href attributes of <script>, <link>, and <iframe> tags.

    content is the text content of an HTML document.

    If the passive option is set to true, it will also check the src attributes of <img>, <audio>, and <video> tags.

    If the styles option is set to true, it will also check the properties in the inline contents of <style> tags for insecure url() values.

    If the scripts option is set to true, it will also check the inline contents of any JS <script> tags for string literals that include insecure URLs.

    You can also supply an array of strings and or regular expressions as a whitelist option. URLs that contain those strings or matches those expressions will be skipped.

    Returns an array of insecure urls with a url and a tag name.

    URLs found in the inline content of a <script> tag will also have inline set to true.

    URLs found in the inline content of a <script> tag will also have inline set to true and a property name.

    var fs = require("fs"),
        insecurity = require("insecurity");
     
    fs.readFile("something.html", "utf8", function(err, content){
     
      var problems = insecurity.html(content);
     
      /*
        [
          { tag: "link", url: "http://somethinginsecure.com/style.css" },
          { tag: "script", url: "http://somethinginsecure.com/script.js" }
        ]
      */
     
      problems = insecurity.html(content, { passive: true });
     
      /*
        [
          { tag: "link", url: "http://somethinginsecure.com/style.css" },
          { tag: "script", url: "http://somethinginsecure.com/script.js" },
          { tag: "img", url: "http://somethinginsecure.com/image.png" }
        ]
      */
     
      problems = insecurity.html(content, { passive: true, scripts: true, styles: true });
     
      /*
        [
          { tag: "link", url: "http://somethinginsecure.com/style.css" },
          { tag: "script", url: "http://somethinginsecure.com/script.js" },
          { tag: "img", url: "http://somethinginsecure.com/image.png" },
          { tag: "script", url: "http://somethinginsecure.com/inascript.html", inline: true },
          { tag: "style", url: "http://somethinginsecure.com/background-image.jpg", inline: true, property: "background" },
          { tag: "style", url: "http://somethinginsecure.com/Garamond.ttf", inline: true, property: "font-face" }
        ]
      */
     
     
    });

    insecurity.css(content[, options])

    Checks all url() values of CSS properties for insecure URLs.

    content is the text content of a CSS stylesheet.

    Returns an array of insecure urls with a property, a url, and a line number. If the lineNumbers option is set to false, it will omit the line in the result.

    You can also supply an array of strings and or regular expressions as a whitelist option. URLs that contain those strings or matches those expressions will be skipped.

    If the quiet option is set to true, it will not throw parsing errors.

    var fs = require("fs"),
        insecurity = require("insecurity");
     
    fs.readFile("something.css", "utf8", function(err, content){
     
      var problems = insecurity.css(content);
     
      /*
        [
          { url: "http://somethinginsecure.com/img/background-image.png", property: "background-image", line: 10 },
          { url: "http://somethinginsecure.com/img/font.ttf", property: "src", line: 25 }
        ]
      */
     
    });

    insecurity.js(content, options)

    Checks all strings in a piece of JavaScript for any insecure URL string literals.

    content is the text content of a JS file.

    Returns an array of insecure urls with a a url and a line number. If the lineNumbers option is set to false, it will omit the line in the result.

    You can also supply an array of strings and or regular expressions as a whitelist option. URLs that contain those strings or matches those expressions will be skipped.

    If the quiet option is set to true, it will not throw parsing errors.

    var fs = require("fs"),
        insecurity = require("insecurity");
     
    fs.readFile("something.js", "utf8", function(err, content){
     
      var problems = insecurity.js(content);
     
      /*
        [
          { url: "http://somethinginsecure.com/", line: 10 },
          { url: "http://somethingelseinsecure.com/", line: 25 }
        ]
      */
     
    });

    insecurity.text(content, options)

    Check any text for insecure URL substrings.

    content is the text content.

    Returns an array of insecure urls with a a url and a line number. If the lineNumbers option is set to false, it will omit the line in the result.

    You can also supply an array of strings and or regular expressions as a whitelist option. URLs that contain those strings or matches those expressions will be skipped.

    var fs = require("fs"),
        insecurity = require("insecurity");
     
    fs.readFile("something.csv", "utf8", function(err, content){
     
      var problems = insecurity.text(content);
     
      /*
        [
          { url: "http://somethinginsecure.com/", line: 10 },
          { url: "http://somethingelseinsecure.com/whatever.html", line: 25 }
        ]
      */
     
    });

    Install

    npm i insecurity

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    12

    Version

    3.1.0

    License

    MIT

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