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NEXTJS_SAFE_SVG_IMAGES

Prevent dangerouslyAllowSVG without Content Security Policy in Next.js applications.
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SVG can do many of the same things that HTML/JS/CSS can, meaning that it can be dangerous to execute SVG as this can lead to vulnerabilities without proper Content Security Policy (CSP) headers.

If you need to serve SVG images with the default Image Optimization API, you can set dangerouslyAllowSVG inside your next.config.js:

next.config.js
module.exports = {
  images: {
    dangerouslyAllowSVG: true,
    contentDispositionType: 'attachment',
    contentSecurityPolicy: "default-src 'self'; script-src 'none'; sandbox;",
  },
};

In addition, it is strongly recommended to also set contentDispositionType to force the browser to download the image, as well as contentSecurityPolicy to prevent scripts embedded in the image from executing.

Last updated on July 24, 2024