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The Slow Death of Bookmarklets

, 20 Nov 2012
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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Jonathan Cardy
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Repstor’s products enable the successful adoption of content management systems within organizations. Repstor affinity provides uninterrupted access to content systems, like SharePoint through the familiar interface of Microsoft Outlook. Repstor assist provides facilitated filing for all users by suggesting the most suitable location for new content based on best practice filing.
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