The X-Content-Type-Options header tells browsers 
to stop automatically detecting the contents of files.
This protects against attacks where they're tricked into
incorrectly interpreting files as JavaScript.
Simply set the header to "nosniff".

X-Content-Type-Options is a header supported by Internet Explorer, Chrome and Firefox 50+ that tells it not to load scripts and stylesheets unless the server indicates the correct MIME type. Without this header, these browsers can incorrectly detect files as scripts and stylesheets, leading to XSS attacks. As such, all sites must set the X-Content-Type-Options header and the appropriate MIME types for files that they serve.

In your Apache 2 VirtualHost simply add this line

Header always set X-Content-Type-Options: nosniff

Of course make sure you have the headers module enabled

a2endmod headers

Reload the config

systemctl reload apache2

That’s all there is to it!

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