I recently came to know that the hostperm.1 file in the profile directory is useless in blocking scripts, stylesheets,..etc. except cookies, popups and images.
According to mozilla documents, the hostperm.1 is used to block or allow the following types of selectors:
In my time consuming test, I have found that K-Meleon DOES NOT block many selectors like (document, image, object, script, subdocument and stylesheet).
Although I have a large sized file hostperm.1, it is useless.
Can anyone tell me whether I am wrong? I am using KM with ABP and Policy manager, and tested these things with or without them (disabled or uninstalled).
I think that there might be some way to re-enable the hostperm.1 power?
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 08/27/2012 04:22AM by WasiAzeem.