The HTTP header may have leaked a potentially sensitive parameter to another domain.
The HTTP header may have leaked a potentially sensitive parameter to another domain. It may violate PCI and most organizational compliance policies. You can configure the list of strings for this check to add or remove values specific to your environment.
Do not pass sensitive information in URIs.
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The 'Referer Exposes Session ID' vulnerability is a type of security flaw that can allow an attacker to hijack a user's session by exploiting the Referer header in HTTP requests.