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Old 17. Mar 2010, 09:36 AM   #10 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Sope View Post
I actually stopped using it after a short trial. Like NoScript, it prevents large amounts of useful webpage content from opening, but isn't as easy to configure to allow specific elements IMO. May just as well use the inbuilt functions of Opera for this purpose, especially as it doesn't protect against XSS in any case.
Even I feel such solutions are only for the paranoid. I've never had a security issue even with these kind of tools disabled. They don't let you have a feel of the real web. And there's no security risk that running your browser sandboxed should not prevent, which is much more convenient.
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