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The best javascript for your site

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first downlaod this plugin for the script to work, then upload it t
your server if you wish

http://www.htmlblock.co.uk/plugin.zip

Once you have install that plugin visit

http://www.htmlblock.co.uk/protect.htm

Remember the javascript will not work if you dont use the plugin

Thank you

Philip Smit

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philsmithy wrote:
first downlaod this plugin for the script to work, then upload it to
your server if you wish
So, for some porn site to work I have to install a plugin? How
intuitive. I bet the spammers/hackers never thought of that.
http://www.htmlblock.co.uk/plugin.zip

Once you have install that plugin visit

http://www.htmlblock.co.uk/protect.htm
Enter this into the address bar and click go and read all that nasty
code, without a plugin:

javascript:'<code><ol><li>'+(document.documentElem ent||document.body).outerHTML.replace(/&/g,"&amp;").replace(/</g,"&lt;").replace(/%20%20/g,"&nbsp;%20").replace(/(\n\r?|\r)/g,"<li>")+'<\/ol><\/code>';
Remember the javascript will not work if you dont use the plugin
Yippeeeeeeeeee. Another person trying to employ a javascript obfuscator
but only this time it requires yet another plugin. Sheesh.
Thank you


You are welcome.

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Jul 23 '05 #2

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philsmithy <ph***************@no-mx.forums.yourdomain.com.au> writes:
first downlaod this plugin for the script to work, then upload it to
your server if you wish

http://www.htmlblock.co.uk/plugin.zip
Bloody likely that I'll install a plugin because someone on a
newsgroup says so :)

You have failed to tell us how this Javascript is any good for our
sites, more so "the best". You haven't even told us what it does!
Once you have install that plugin visit

http://www.htmlblock.co.uk/protect.htm
Hmm, I have seen that protection before. Recently. Think someone in a
Danish group used it (just extra obfuscation, not the main
point). It's still trivial to break.

It seems that all it protects here is an object tag for some object
requireing this plugin. The file it protects is "Untitled1.ilm", which
appears to be an Illuminatur Opus file (some multimedia authoring
tool).
Remember the javascript will not work if you dont use the plugin


The Javascript works fine. The object using the plugin won't,
obviously.

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Jul 23 '05 #3

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philsmithy wrote:
first downlaod this plugin for the script to work, then
upload it to your server if you wish

http://www.htmlblock.co.uk/plugin.zip

Once you have install that plugin visit
An unknown plug-in to view a web page? Virus, mallware, spyware? Would
anyone be that silly?
http://www.htmlblock.co.uk/protect.htm

Remember the javascript will not work if you dont use
the plugin

<snip>

"The best javascript for your site"; this is a joke, right? The
javascrtpt here is appalling, failing all of the basic quality tests for
client-side scripts. It has UA string browser detection, object
inference browser detection, plenty of eval abuse, etc, etc.

But it also has, perversely obfuscated so that no search robot will ever
see it:-

<quote cite="http://www.htmlblock.co.uk/protect.htm">
<META NAME="Robots" CONTENT="NoIndex">
</quote>

- that has got to be a joke.

In any event, what is all this "Page protected by html block -
www.htmlblock.co.uk"? What is 'protected' about it?

Richard.
Jul 23 '05 #4

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