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  • Stallyon
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    If you believe it could be an issue or a threat, lodge a bug report is your best bet.

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  • WhiskeyOSS
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    Cross contamination message

    I have noticed a few times that after I set up a page that internet explore will display a message that it alterd the page to prevent cross-dite scripting what is causing this. and can it be fixed

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    Cross-site scripting attacks are a leading online threat. Their aim is to exploit vulnerabilities in the websites you visit. How do they work? By compromising legitimate websites with malicious content that can capture keystrokes and record your login information and password. If your login information and password is captured, your personal data could be compromised.

    Internet Explorer (IE8 and IE9) has a Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) Filter feature that can help prevent one website from adding potentially malicious script code to another website. XSS Filter analyzes how websites interact, and when it recognizes a potential attack, it will automatically block script code from running. When this happens, you will see a message in the Notification bar letting you know that the webpage was modified to help protect your privacy and security.

    By default the XSS Filter is turned on in IE8 and IE9. This tutorial will show you how to turn the XSS Filter on or off.


    For more detailed information about the XSS Filter in IE8 and IE9

    In my case this is caused by code from a radio player, please close this thread

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