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The Slow Death of Bookmarklets

, 20 Nov 2012 CPOL 7.7K 2
The Content Security Policy specification, a technology to prevent cross-site scripting attacks, has advanced from Working Draft to Candidate Recommendation. Which is a good thing, but unfortunately has the side effect that bookmarklets are going to stop executing on any web page that implements it.
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