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Securing your HTTP triggered flow in Power Automate: suppress workflow headers in response - 365 Community

Securing your HTTP triggered flow in Power Automate: suppress workflow headers in response

The “When an HTTP request is received” trigger is one of my favourite building blocks for creating serverless processes with low-code workflows technologies like Power Automate or Azure Logic Apps (you can conquer the world with this trigger :D).

Two years ago I wrote a post about some basic tricks for securing an HTTP-triggered Power Automate workflow. The post can be found here and I…

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Securing your HTTP triggered flow in Power Automate: suppress workflow headers in response

The “When an HTTP request is received” trigger is one of my favourite building blocks for creating serverless processes with low-code workflows technologies like Power Automate or Azure Logic Apps (you can conquer the world with this trigger :D). Two years ago I wrote a post about some basic tricks for securing an HTTP-triggered Power…

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Author: Stefano Demiliani

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