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Thu, 24 Dec 2020 11:12:25 +0100
Ian Kelling writes:
> email@example.com writes:
> > Hi all,
> > I noticed that JS loaded from within an <iframe> is transparent to LibreJS:
> > there’s no report of it in the extension tab (neither accepted nor blocked).
> > Here is an example with an embedded OpenStreetMap map at the bottom of the
> > page:
> > https://zazenmarseille.org
> > If I follow the link bellow the map to open it in the OSM website, the
> > script is
> > blocked and the map can’t be displayed because it’s not free. Why is it not
> > blocked directly in the <iframe>?
> Looks like a bug to me. Thanks for reporting.
You are welcome.
Another odd behaviour I noticed on this page as well: an external script
‘spam-protection.js’ is loaded through a <script> in the <head> with a ‘defer’
attribute. When looking at the script source code, it defines a @license magnet
tag for the Apache License 2.0. However, LibreJS does not recognise it and
blocks it as a non-free external script.
I am running Iceweasel 81.0.2 with LibreJS 7.20.2 for the record.