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Perl Monks has a pretty good filtering system so that all nodes that contain malicious or copyrighted content are quickly filtered out.

I don't like JavaScript, but it does have some useful and entertaining uses.

I'd like to suggest that if any sort of link filtering were to be done on Perl Monks, let it be the removal of onLoad and onUnload JavaScript actions. They're the sneaky ones, for they will execute without user intervention (and most likely without the user's knowledge).

You could also surf with JavaScript turned off... ;)

John J Reiser
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In reply to Re: (nrd) Filtering potentially dangerous URI schemas in <a href="..."> by newrisedesigns
in thread Filtering potentially dangerous URI schemas in <a href="..."> by IlyaM

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