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  • Premier Icon Chipbutty
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    When on ST forum, everytime I open a thread I get the following message pop up on the bottom of the screen ‘Internet explorer has modified this page to help prevent cross-scriping’ Its really getting on my nerves now. Anyone know how I can get rid of it?

    Cheers

    CB

    camo16
    Member

    Google Chrome

    langy
    Member

    firefox, chrome… IGMC

    drofluf
    Member

    Use Firefox?

    5lab
    Member

    I don’t think the page is cross-site-scripting venerable, unless someone started a topic called something like <script>alert(hello world)</script>? 🙂

    sharkbait
    Member

    IE……??
    Oh dear.

    clubber
    Member

    No issue browsing it on IE here… On the odd occassion I get that warning, it’s from flash ads so I guess that being a Premier member with less ads, that’s maybe the solution 🙂

    No problems using IE generally as it goes.

    Premier Icon Cougar
    Subscriber

    You can switch off the XSS filter on IE. Personally though, I’d leave it; I’d be more worried about what exactly is prompting the errors, given STW has had problems with hostile adverting recently.

    retro83
    Member

    sharkbait – Member

    IE……??
    Oh dear.

    Yeah, what a Luddite. Not like I.E. has hardware accelerated rendering, memory separated tabs, DEP, built in debugger, the fastest JS implementation at its release date, HTML 5 including H264 etc. 🙄

    5lab
    Member

    i presume the alert is because the title text is similar to the link url, but unless you can turn off xss just for this site, leave it on, the attacks are surprisingly powerful..

    sharkbait
    Member

    Yeah, what a Luddite. Not like I.E. has hardware accelerated rendering, memory separated tabs, DEP, built in debugger, the fastest JS implementation at its release date, HTML 5 including H264 etc.

    Indeed but so do Firefox and Chrome, plus IE is the biggest target for malware/spyware – so why bother with it.
    Review
    Oh….. and IE9 only runs on Vista and Windows7.

    I get an alert like that occasionally while using firefox. I assume its an ad

    prezet
    Member

    Burn in hell Internet Explorer!!!

    Premier Icon Cougar
    Subscriber

    plus IE is the biggest target for malware/spyware

    Not by a country mile, it’s not.

    sharkbait
    Member

    Educate me.

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