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Once agian, your own home node makes use of such buttons. Perhaps you should lead by example and not make use of such things. Instead make your home node a warning to others about the possibly malicious uses of buttons and javascript that some people might use on their home nodes. This would certainly lend your argument more credence. Advocate safe surfing habits instead of trying to limit what monks can or cannot do with there home nodes. Everyone should know that homenodes HTML is created by the user and can therefor be used for good or evil purpouses. I for one don't care for a the big brother theme of controlling every aspect. If you want to educate people on how to be safe while surfing then internet that would be a true service to the community and instead of just pointing to problems you would be helping fix them.


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In reply to Re: Button insecurity by eric256
in thread Button insecurity by Wassercrats

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