bill_chris at earthlink.net
Sun Nov 1 12:54:11 EST 2015
I remember one web site I visited a couple of years ago that had
right-clicking disabled on only one page, for no obvious reason. It
took one click to turn that off. I then checked out the source code and
found that they had used a web software package called HTML Protector
(http://www.html-protector.com). I tried writing to the site owner
letting him know that it does nothing more than annoy potential
customers, but I never got a reply. The page still has right-clicking
disabled to this day.
On 11/01/2015 11:53 AM, Chris Anderson wrote:
> I've worked with some building security automation systems that pop up
> "Right-click has been disabled for security reasons" when you
> right-click on the management page. That implies they handle user
> security on the client side.
> "Security" gets misused a lot in IT.
> On Sun, Nov 1, 2015 at 10:48 AM, tom <thomas.w.cranston at gmail.com
> <mailto:thomas.w.cranston at gmail.com>> wrote:
> For lack of a better word I used oxymoron for the subject.
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