X-Frame-Options is used to instruct the browser whether it should allow or restrict page rendering in a frame. It can avoid click-jacking attacks by ensuring that your site content is not embedded into other sites.
Warning: Please make sure that you are not using iframe based embedding, as it will not work when X-Frame-Options setting is enabled in Bold BI.
When X-Frame-Options is enabled in Bold BI, it uses the
X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN response header, which will allow the rendering of pages in frames only to the current domain and restricts them in other domains.
By default, X-Frame-Options are disabled, and no restrictions are applied for rendering pages in a frame. The
X-Frame-Options response header won’t be added to the request.
If you enable X-Frame-Options, the pages will only be rendered in a frame if its ancestor’s domain is the same as the page domain.
Warning: Please make sure that you are not using iframe based embedding, as it will not work when X-Frame-Options setting is enabled in Bold BI. Click here to know more about iframe based embedding.