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1) Let's say I have an adult site that isn't porn. It discusses sexual
topics
of the day in a professional, adult manner to foster understanding of sex
and sexually transmitted diseases.

Let's further suppose that there are internet filters that are letting my
pages through, but stripping content because of an offending word here or
there.

Is there any way (perhaps using activex, flash, javascript or another
technology) for me to replace the text that they have removed when the page
is displayed in the end users' browsers?

2) I have seen products that claim to encrypt the source of your web pages.
How does this work, and is it easily defeated?

Oct 5 '06 #1
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smerf wrote:
1) Let's say I have an adult site that isn't porn. It discusses sexual
topics of the day in a professional, adult manner to foster understanding of sex
and sexually transmitted diseases.
Still many parents would prefer their little children avoid reading
such materials (by occasional navigation). In the Internet it's done by
other means, JavaScript has nothing to do with it. Go to
<http://www.icra.organd get a relevant label. Many UA's has content
filters set and they simply will not let your page through if it is not
rated. A rated content doesn't mean that it is innocent: it can be
anything from medical education (your case) up to hard porno, just
choose the right category. If some customer decided do not view even
medical materials on the subject, it is not your business why did she
decide so and most definitely you should not try to hack through.

Oct 5 '06 #2

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