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Can firewalls/proxies be used to disable JavaScript? Where can I get some information about that?

Apr 4th, 2008 19:35
ha mo, Henk-Johan van Rantwijk, Tim Powell, Anca Mosoiu,


Yes, firewalls and proxies can be configured to block JavaScript. The
proxy or firewall reads through the HTML and strips out JavaScript
code. You can get more information about the specifics from the
firewall/proxy vendors.
But not all firewall do that. And you may need to configure it first. It's
really stupid I think. HTML is useless without the Javascript part to
build Dynamic generated context.
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