Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Always-On JavaScript Mildly Disturbing

Google Chrome doesn't have a switch to turn off or restrict scripts. While this might be an upcoming feature, my guess is that Chrome is about "running" web 2.0 apps, and so JavaScript is considered essential.

Well, maybe that's ok if the security model around JavaScript execution is as fantastic as the comic book suggests.

On the other hand, the launch of this browser featuring a well-known security flaw (admittedly not a JavaScript flaw) makes me a less comfortable about always-100% script execution.

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