Build(deps): Bump rack-protection from 2.0.8.1 to 2.1.0 (PR #10602)

Bumps rack-protection from 2.0.8.1 to 2.1.0.

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2.1.0 / 2020-09-05

  • Fix additional Ruby 2.7 keyword warnings #1586 by Stefan Sundin

  • Drop Ruby 2.2 support #1455 by Eloy Pérez

  • Add Rack::Protection::ReferrerPolicy #1291 by Stefan Sundin

  • Add default_content_type setting. Fixes #1238 #1239 by Mike Pastore

  • Allow set :<engine> in sinatra-namespace #1255 by Christian Höppner

  • Use prepend instead of include for helpers. Fixes #1213 #1214 by Mike Pastore

  • Fix issue with passed routes and provides Fixes #1095 #1606 by Mike Pastore, Jordan Owens

  • Add QuietLogger that excludes pathes from Rack::CommonLogger 1250 by Christoph Wagner

  • Sinatra::Contrib dependency updates. Fixes #1207 #1411 by Mike Pastore

  • Allow CSP to fallback to default-src. Fixes #1484 #1490 by Jordan Owens

  • Replace origin_whitelist with permitted_origins. Closes #1620 #1625 by rhymes

  • Use Rainbows instead of thin for async/stream features. Closes #1624 #1627 by Ryuichi KAWAMATA

  • Enable EscapedParams if passed via settings. Closes #1615 #1632 by Anders Bälter

  • Support for parameters in mime types. Fixes #1141 by John Hope

  • Handle null byte when serving static files #1574 by Kush Fanikiso

  • Improve development support and documentation and source code by Olle Jonsson, Pierre-Adrien Buisson, Shota Iguchi

Commits
  • 2d839f8 Enable EscapedParams if passed via settings
  • 87e48d0 Update example app to provide BREACH mitigation
  • c10483c Improve xor_byte_strings performance
  • 05ad7c5 Change parameter keyword syntax
  • bb9a493 Fix warning message
  • 472b610 Replace origin_permitted with permitted_origins
  • 166da30 Replace origin_whitelist with origin_permitted
  • 0348d70 Bump version to 2.1.0
  • c2705ce Allow CSP to fallback to default-src (#1490)
  • fade5fe Add Rack::Protection::ReferrerPolicy. (#1291)
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