Re: ANN: NetPeeker 2.5

From: Ming Jin (
Date: 03/02/03

From: "Ming Jin" <>
Date: Sun, 02 Mar 2003 20:20:03 GMT

> I went to your page and honestly don't see anything about your
> firewall that isn't covered in other such firewalls. I do, however,
> have to ask something:
> Because the Popup killer works by insert control script into html
> content, in a few cases if the html page itself have some bug with
> script (unpaired script tag), popup killer may cause the page blank.
> In these case, you can add such website into skip list.
> What if you can't run scripts? I have javascript blocked completely.

It depends on how you blocked javascript. If it's blocked because your
firewall filter them out, this will be problem.
If it's blocked because you disabled all javascript, then I think you don't
need any popup killer.

Thanks for your comment.

Ming Jin

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