This behavior limits allowed requests to a set of domains you specify.
|What it does
|Enables or disables the referer checking behavior.
|Include Child Domains
|Includes child domains among the allowed referrers. For example, if the Domain is
example.com, referrers that have a domain names that match the
*.example.com pattern (like
www.example.com) are allowed. This is equivalent to prefixing each item in Domain with
|Strict Referrer Checking
|When enabled, excludes requests whose
Referer header include a relative path, or that are missing a
Referer. When disabled, only excludes requests whose referer hostname is not part of the domains set.
|Specifies the set of allowed domains. With Include Child Domains disabled, prefixing values with
*. specifies domains for which subdomains are allowed.
Updated about 2 years ago