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Mike_From_Los_Gatos

Standard sites no longer work

Post by Mike_From_Los_Gatos » Thu Mar 19, 2009 7:01 pm

I have the latest versions and flash no longer works even though I have "Allow All This Page" enabled.
Sites like fox.com/24 videos do not play, and today on cnn.com, even printed news stories are being blocked.
All the root domains are in my White list so I don't know what is going on.
When I disable NoScript and restart everything works.
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Re: Standard sites no longer work

Post by Giorgio Maone » Thu Mar 19, 2009 7:09 pm

On cnn.com you need both cnn.com and turner.com, on fox.com you must add movenetworks.com.
Should that not suffice, please try NoScript Options|Reset and readd.
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Re: Standard sites no longer work

Post by Mike_From_Los_Gatos » Thu Mar 19, 2009 9:22 pm

The reset and re add worked, thanks. I will remember that in the future.
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Re: Standard sites no longer work

Post by GµårÐïåñ » Thu Apr 09, 2009 1:31 am

Giorgio, any way we can have each site have a mini policy for cross site requirements. Let me explain:

Say you want to allow devil.com on the site heaven-and-hell.com always BUT you don't want to allow devil.com on any other site that references to it. This way you don't have to choose between temporarily allow or always allow or untrusted, you can make more robust choices?

Is there anyway to do this right now? and if not, would it be something that you can implement in a future release? I find myself in quite a bit of situations where I am willing to allow that site for use with that particular site because I know how its used but NOT for any other site but there is no clean way to do it.

Currently I achieve this on a limited basis using RequestPolicy which has a paired allow policy A->B but not all have access to B just A.
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