Your CSP has a lot of errors:
You have missed semicolons
; to separate
frame-src directives lists.
: is nor required in the
connect-src : * ... and in the
frame-src : * ...
'unsafe-eval' from the
frame-src directives, those are not supported there
* (asterisk) covers any host-sources like
BUT these are not significant, these just leads the CSP you have really is:
default-src *; style-src 'self' 'unsafe-inline'; script-src * 'self' 'unsafe-inline' 'unsafe-eval'
This CSP restrict nothing except
data:-Urls usage. Therefore the error:
Content Security Policy: The page’s settings blocked the loading of a resource at inline (“script-src”)
cannot belong your CSP.
Looks like you already have CSP header published somewhere. Hence second CSP via
<meta> or HTTP header does not have effect as expected.
Check what CSP header you really have got in browser, the tutorial is here.
Check web-server config in Nginx for
add_header Content-Security-Policy ... or
.htaccess file (if Apache) for
Header set Content-Security-Policy ... presence.
Or maybe you have installed some plugins for managing CSP headers.
img-src https://*.stripe.com described in the Stripe documentation.
Also the asterisk character alone doesn't work as "any resource" (example of incorrect use in your code:
default-src *). You need to use it as part of the
*.example.com). See MDN docs for more details.
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