A WordPress plugin for easily adding a Subresource Integrity (SRI) declaration to any third-party content your pages load. The standards-based `integrity` attribute is a defense-in-depth best practice currently making its way into browsers. This plugin closely tracks the W3C draft.
<link> elements on-the-fly. This way, your visitor’s Web browsers can automatically ensure that the specific library you’re using is the one they’re loading.
Future versions of this plugin will also provide an easy-to-use interface for site administrators to maintain a customized list of resource hashes, and to trigger on-demand integrity checks of these resources.
This plugin is still somewhat skeletal. Feature requests and patches are welcome! Please provide a test case with your patch. See the `tests` subdirectory for unit tests.