X-XSS-Protection headers. Protection or vulnerability?

What is it?

These headers are a security mechanism implemented by the browser but sent by the server. This means that the server is sending the headers in the response while the browser is the one who sees it and implements security measures.

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This means that if the server sends along with this header but if the user is using a custom…

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