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    Need a Script against Firefox alert

    Hello,
    i need a script against the Firefox Phishing alert that always block my page...
    If anyone can help me send me a pm or contact me @icq: 465395879.
    Sry if I post this in the wrong area. Don't know in what the code ist written(php,html) Thanks!
    greeting from m4cx//German Elite!

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    The FF Phishing alert gets questionable domain names from a database (I think), it's not something that you can "code" to bypass.
    ^_^

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    ok, but i heared from an other person that have the code to prevent blocking, but this person don't give it to me....

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    There is an option in the browser itself to turn off that alert by going into the Security tab in the Options and unckecking the appropriate security boxes. Once you have done that the browser will no longer protect you from phishing sites and you can give your online banking password to anyone pretending to be your bank without the browser alert telling you that it isn't your bank.

    There isn't any way you can turn off security settings in someone else's browser - that would defeat the purpose of the browser implementing security in the first place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by m4cx View Post
    ok, but i heared from an other person that have the code to prevent blocking, but this person don't give it to me....
    Why do you need it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Logic Ali View Post
    Why do you need it?
    The main reason anyone would want to turn off that alert would be to check how their phishing site is going to look to other people who have phishing sites and who therefore have turned off the alert to test how their page looks and have forgotten to turn it back on. Either that or they have too much money and are looking for phishing sites to give all their money to.
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    Or his site is mistakenly marked as a phishing site in which case he shouldn't try to cheat his way out of it (which will make things just worse), but rather try to solve it and get his site off those lists.


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