How To Repair Netscape 7.2: Illegal Operation In Plugin (Solved)

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Netscape 7.2: Illegal Operation In Plugin it worked for me! Comment 50 angelito_papudo 2007-03-26 08:40:53 PDT Okie dokie!!!! Comment 14 Majken Connor [:Kensie] 2006-06-20 19:43:06 PDT I helped someone who was having this message (didn't get a chance to confirm if it worked in an older version or not) In this case, you can install the extension just once as an unprivileged user because you have write access to the install directory.

Even if you've previously allowed the top-level site, these external sites are still blocked and the attack fails anyway. - this means that all the script sources for the page are Now I keep getting the same stupid report "Shockwave Flash has…" blah blah blah I have uninstalled flash and still…no cure. It always crashes when you have like 5 flash websites up. A: Flash-based XSS can be performed by embedding a Flash object from a trusted site inside an untrusted web page.

Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Internet & Networking > Web & Email > Computer problem? you are strongly advised to restart firefox." however, when i browsing other website .. What can I do? 8.7 I've got ABE and/or XSS warnings while using Eye-Fi. Juicesays: September 15th, 2006 at 1:17 am fixed it for me!

A: Even if it's not recommended for daily usage, temporarily disabling the Anti-XSS protection may be useful, e.g. What can I do? 8.9 The Octoshape media plugin does not work (on, for instance). For one, when I run the uninstaller, it hangs on killbrowser.exe, but if I end task via task manager, it'll say uninstall successful. I've seen a lot of reports on various forums for this particular problem but no satisfactory solutions.

Please enter a title. just like they were regular installed applications. This kind of vulnerability has clear implications for NoScript users, because if a whitelisted site is vulnerable to a XSS attack, the attacker can actually run JavaScript code injecting it into Has anyone filed a bug report for this?

Ive tested the new Flash player 9 and the new shockwave 10.1.3.r18 but it doesnt help. A: That's not the ordinary plugin placeholder, but JavaScript links auto-detected on an otherwise empty page or sub-frame where JavaScript is disabled. Re: Flash plugin "illegal operation" & browser crash (v8,0,28,0) reserogers Jan 20, 2007 2:26 PM (in response to barberadasti) I was using an older version of shockwave and the newer version No, you won't, most probably.

I tried every method on this forsaken forum. more info here Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 3. cannot reload the page or open new pages. However, since Firefox extensions are written in JavaScript too and NoScript doesn't block scripts living outside web pages (i.e.

Then I reinstall flash, the flash 9 archive files chetto gave links to, w/e. his comment is here For instance, the "advanced search" feature on Ebay uses a syntax which is very likely to form syntactically valid JavaScript, and thus triggers the XSS filters. I've kind of gotten in the habit of just doing that by default. :) I tried very quickly installing v. 1.0.8 from scratch and installing flash. My work-laptop is all good and never freezes (this is the most common version of the bug, at least i think its the same) or illigal-operating.

Thanks anyway. You can check and allow the blocked content either by looking for yellow visual placeholders in the page or by examining the Blocked Objects sub-menu. - this means that scripts are Firefox and Netscape based browsers that do not incorporate the use of the object tag properly. 3…. this contact form windows XP Home Italian sp2 firefox english (but the same even with 2beta1 and 2RC2) Adobe Flash Player 9,0,16,0 tried on or on strange: no problem with a

Board index All times are UTC - 8 hours [ DST ] Login FAQ / Rules Register Search Boards : Knowledge Base: knowledge base chat about fr ja es mozillaZine is Any way, further tested as follows: Using normal user account, visited and tried loading various online games. Brendansays: June 9th, 2006 at 10:49 am Would it have anything to do with the version of Mozilla?

It's bad enough that I'll end up ditching Firefox for another browser if I don't find a fix soon.

Alternatively, you can install a local copy of mozilla in your home directory and use it. For me I often visit pages like Aftonbladet ( and then flash preforms the illegal action. Mike Allensays: September 5th, 2006 at 10:30 pm I had the same problem with the illegal shockwave operation pop up. If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members.

For instance, if you're a Mozillazine forum user, you may want to install the GreaseMonkey script featured in this FAQ, making your life easier if you prefer to keep JavaScript off Staff Online Now Cookiegal Administrator Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Internet & Networking > Web & Email > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members What should I do to selectively allow Yahoo? Have you noticed on this thread that this same problem has been going on for a YEAR now?

What you have is a different problem unrelated to the one I addressed, and you should contact technical support for assistance. Re: Flash plugin "illegal operation" & browser crash (v8,0,28,0) chetto1 Jan 22, 2007 1:52 AM (in response to tammy_mcgillen) FYI: The Adobe page I listed above has links to zip archives Comment 20 Majken Connor [:Kensie] 2006-07-22 21:19:31 PDT This hasn't been marked invalid as of yet because there are people reporting it works in older versions of firefox, and something in Greg Pinero (Primary Searcher)says: June 9th, 2006 at 12:57 pm Brendan, You are probably correct.

I cannot whitelist any domain! Join over 733,556 other people just like you! Is this caused by NoScript? 3.9 I've got some images on my hard disk which need to be loaded inside a remote web page (a common online game setup). Did it work for you?