Concerned about enabling the public access in X410? Try adding an inbound rule in Windows Defender Firewall!
In order to use X410 with Linux GUI apps running in WSL2, you must enable 'Public Access' option in X410 and allow its inbound public access in Windows Defender Firewall. However, when you grant that public access for X410, any app can forward its GUI output to your X410 even if it's running in a different computer. If you want to prevent such from happening, try adding a new inbound rule in Windows Defender Firewall.
Local File Security in Firefox 68 When a user opened a page using a file:/// URI in Firefox 67 and earlier, the origin of the page was defined as the directory from which the page was opened. Resources in the same directory and its subdirectories were treated as having the same origin for purposes of the CORS same-origin rule. The X-Forwarded-Host (XFH) header is a de-facto standard header for identifying the original host requested by the client in the Host HTTP request header.
Forwarded-For (XFF) Configuration To assign multiple policies for a single Network identity (an egress IP) and identify internal IP addresses in reports, you must configure XFF. You can do this by using an on-premise proxy, or by using a browser plugin such as (for Firefox) the Simple Modify Headers plugin.
Value of the X-Forwarded-For header field can be set at the client's side - this can also be termed as X-Forwarded-For spoofing. However, when the web request is made via a proxy server (a non-elite proxy server with low anonymity level), the proxy server modifies the X-Forwarded-For field by appending the IP address of the client (user). The X-Forwarded-For (XFF) HTTP header field is a common method for identifying the originating IP address of a client connecting to a web server through an HTTP proxy or load balancer. The X-Forwarded-For HTTP request header was introduced by the Squid caching proxy server's developers.