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    Question Have you seen this?

    I do't know why, but whenever I view source of a page, I see this code on the pages:

    This is in the header:
    <script language="JavaScript">
    <!--

    function SymError()
    {
    return true;
    }

    window.onerror = SymError;

    var SymRealWinOpen = window.open;

    function SymWinOpen(url, name, attributes)
    {
    return (new Object());
    }

    window.open = SymWinOpen;

    //-->
    </script>

    <script type="text/javascript">
    <!--
    var SESSIONURL = "";
    var IMGDIR_MISC = "images/misc";
    // -->
    </script>




    This appears after the </html>:
    <script language="JavaScript">
    <!--
    var SymRealOnLoad;
    var SymRealOnUnload;

    function SymOnUnload()
    {
    window.open = SymWinOpen;
    if(SymRealOnUnload != null)
    SymRealOnUnload();
    }

    function SymOnLoad()
    {
    if(SymRealOnLoad != null)
    SymRealOnLoad();
    window.open = SymRealWinOpen;
    SymRealOnUnload = window.onunload;
    window.onunload = SymOnUnload;
    }

    SymRealOnLoad = window.onload;
    window.onload = SymOnLoad;

    //-->
    </script>


    I have no idea why this appears or if it is bad or is causing any problems. Any ideas?

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    chances are its your symnantec norton security software, i think its part of the spam blocker or w/e type of security it has

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    it is indeed Norton. the chances are many of your site's users will have it, in which case never rely on any scripts which may get blocked by it. if you do, a great meany of your customers won't be able to use your site, which is hardly fair since you cannot tell/ask them to disable Norton.
    *keep it simple (TM)


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