• Resolved mwatson86



    Within your AWS S3 setup documentation where you set the CORS policy, you say to set AllowedOrigins to *, which from what I understand is insecure.

    If I was to set AllowedOrigins to the website which I am serving the assets from, should this cause any issues?


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    Yes, it should be fine to set the AllowedOrigins to your server, though don’t forget the subdomain variations.

    CORS is not really about server security. Origin spoofing is pretty trivial. And with S3, any request that could cause damage has to be signed and authenticated anyways.

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