[LINK] Firefox security settings invoked by google??

Pilcher, Fred Fred.Pilcher at act.gov.au
Tue Jan 13 13:29:22 AEDT 2009

David wrote: 

> Using Firefox, I noticed that re-enabling Javascript 
> then hitting the 'reload' button without closing the tab 
> first leaves the "Javascript disabled" message on the screen. 
>  Since deleting Norton cookies doesn't appear to have any 
> effect, I suppose they must be tracking the TCP session, 
> which would drop when the tab is deleted.  Otherwise it 
> worked as one might expect.
> However this doesn't shed much light on Fred's observations.  
> Perhaps it has something to do with NoScript?  Does NoScript 
> action changes instantly?

As far as I can see it's instantaneous. If I visit a site that needs
Javascript, as soon as I enable it in NoScript the site is automatically
reloaded and the scripts run. Javascript is permanently enabled in
Firefox's Options and managed entirely through NoScript.

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