Can you code browser buttons to configure security controlls?

Discussion in 'C++' started by CoreyWhite, Mar 4, 2007.

  1. CoreyWhite

    CoreyWhite Guest

    I will pay you top dollar if you are confident you can handle security
    issues. I need a dynamic way to disable all scripting and potentially
    illegal interference on sites I don't trust. Every time I go to a
    website I want it to ask me for the level of security I need, that I
    can preprogram. And then I want it to remember my settings for that
    webpage.

    The problem is that with sites like myspace that act as anonymous
    hacker proxies, it is easy to code and copy scripts that cause
    computers to crash without even being detected, in even the most
    secure browsers.
     
    CoreyWhite, Mar 4, 2007
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