web browser – using NoScript – which approach to use with randomly named CDN scripts?

I encountered this on namecheap.com. This question is not about namecheap.com itself, which I have no problem trusting. What approach do you recommend instead when dealing with CDN scripts that have very long random names? Now I know they are most likely how bad the main site has decided to refer to the external utility scripts that they have put on a CDN.

But, if the main site had been hacked, attackers could also inject a script to pull and use a long random name that looks harmless by looking like a utility script.

Is there any particular reason to be more careful about these long randomly named scripts than for the more named ones? I guess not, but they make me a little uncomfortable on NoScript. Especially on the sites where I will enter credit cards.

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How to solve the browser cashing problem?

How to solve the browser cashing problem?

animations don't work in any browser

Hey,
I am working on an application written in dHTML (HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Perl / CGI) running under Apache and mod_perl on a basic Windows 10 PC. The OS and all browsers are up to date.

I have a CSS file loading animation. It works as expected in an .HTML file in all the browsers in which I test (Chrome, Edge, FF, IE and Opera). It will not work at all in a Perl / CGI file. It places and looks okay, but won't animate. I deleted the CGI module in an HTML skeleton, the CSS and the …

animations don't work in any browser

digital ocean – Unable to see Nginx default landing page in browser

I'm trying to do a simple nginx configuration on my DO droplet.

Following this tutorial: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-install-nginx-on-ubuntu-16-04

After installation when I check the operating status using systemctl status nginx I have no problem:
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However, when I try to access the server using the browser http://ip_address I don't have a default nginx landing page (as mentioned in the post). I only see cannot GET and 404 not found in the network window.

What could be the problem here?

iOS – Set Firefox as your default browser to open links in Gmail

The only way I found was through the "Share"installation. Basically the procedure is to add Firefox (or another browser of your choice) as a sharing option so that it can be selected when the link in a Gmail message is pressed long.

Configuration of the "Share" menu:

The following illustrated procedure uses Firefox to edit the list of apps available as a source to share with to add Firefox. However, you can add Firefox as a sharing source from another app if desired. The procedure will always be the same. Please note that the images are cropped to display only the parts of the interface you need to work with

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Use Firefox with Gmail:

Using a Gmail message, I will now illustrate how to open links with Firefox using a long press on the link:

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This is how you can get around Google’s restriction on using a browser other than their own and Apple’s. Safari. Hopefully a future version of Gmail will make all of this useless, but until; they do…

sharepoint enterprise – "This form cannot be opened in a web browser. To open this form, use MS Infopath" … why am I getting this message?

I am creating a simple workflow in SP2010 for a calendar. The content type is ALL, Approval – SharePoint 2010. Then when I click Continue. I receive the message "This form cannot be opened in a web browser. To open this form, use MS InfoPath". I have not used InfoPath. Has anyone else experienced this? I researched that all solutions are from individuals using InfoPath. Is there anything else that is causing this?

applications – How to integrate chromium[-like] browser as part of the Android app?

Our application is built on Qt-C ++ which acts as a backend. For the front-end, we invoke the browser command in a given platform (Windows, Mac, Linux). Now browser Javascript and backend C ++ communicate via WebSockets. All the rendering goes well and the application works well.
(Note: it turns out that Qt's web engine is not a good option due to its size and rigidity.)

However, in the case of mobile apps, there are few concerns.
– We cannot invoke the Chrome browser as we do in Desktops, because the main application goes in the background and puts in the foreground the "Google Chrome" application (browser)
– The default choice is Webview, but there are few limitations as shown here

Our application is not heavy in rendering. Although it requires video and webrtc playback (which is available with some of the Android web views).

What is the best solution when the Android app requires the functionality of the Google Chrome browser app?

google chrome – how to prevent apps from opening my browser

I have installed a few applications which, after their automatic update, open my browser on their creator's website. It’s very annoying and I don’t know how to stop it. Viber is probably the worst, it updates itself without permission and I don't know how to prevent it from opening its website.

Is there any way to prevent apps from opening Chrome / Safari or whatever my browser is?

Why does a Teams tab based on a SharePoint Framework-WebPart open a web browser?

A SharePoint Framework-WebPart, which is added to a Microsoft Teams as a tab, works well for most users, but for a few users, a web browser opens when they try to Open this tab in their mobile teams, trying to load the SharePoint website linked to the Microsoft Teams team – but that website doesn't open either.
Users who report the problem are using a current version of the Microsoft Teams-mobile app.
How to avoid this problem?

functions – How to force the browser to display text before the end of the function or loop in JavaScript?

Just an example:

for (var i = 0; i

I expected to send a message to the screen on each "delay", but this does not happen, it only displays the 10 messages on the screen when the loop ends . Does anyone know of a command to force the text to be displayed at the exact moment of its sending, inside the loop? I intend to use it to update the progress bar of a JS function which manipulates files and often takes a long time to complete, the user thinks the browser has crashed and closes the window before the function ends. If anyone can help, I will be very grateful!