XSS Dialog should offer more options for request blocking

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KonomiKitten
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XSS Dialog should offer more options for request blocking

Post by KonomiKitten » Sun Jul 29, 2018 7:30 am

Currently my xssUserChoices looks like this (Excuse the image I'm somehow triggering spam filters?):

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Now it's pretty obvious I don't want XSS between *.fls.doubleclick.net and adservice.google.com, but because of how they have used multiple sub domains I have to make this choice over and over. It would be nice if in the dialog NoScript drilled down a subdomain or a few to allow me to not have to keep answering the same question for this.
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bathsheba
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Re: XSS Dialog should offer more options for request blockin

Post by bathsheba » Thu Aug 09, 2018 8:03 pm

Yes please. Very tired of blocking these repetitive dialogs.
Thanks.
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musonius
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Re: XSS Dialog should offer more options for request blockin

Post by musonius » Thu Aug 09, 2018 8:47 pm

Wouldn't it help to block both doubleclick.net and adservice.google.com?
I see no reason to allow anything from these sites and blocking both should stop cross-site scripting and the need to block it.
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gst812
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Re: XSS Dialog should offer more options for request blocking

Post by gst812 » Wed Sep 16, 2020 10:24 pm

I know this is a very old thread, but I was looking into the exact same thing and was wondering, is there a way to use wildcards in the xssUserChoices keys?
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