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Moonlight Capital
Posted on 12-09-16 10:16 AM (rev. 2 of 12-09-16 10:27 AM by Moonlight Capital) Link | ID: 94965
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so, while i was testing stuff on kuriblog (specifically ReCAPTCHA) i found this iframe on my page:

<iframe src=";token=<!--NUKED-->&amp;browser=<!-- NO -->" type="content" style="position: fixed; width: 100%; height: 100%; top: 0px; left: 0px; z-index: 2147483647; border: medium none; visibility: visible; opacity: 1; display: block;; visibility: visible !important"></iframe>

what's this? password stealer? dumbass? I never added this code, but i know this makes clicks not working and stuff. I've added an iframe block on the main library, but this still makes sometimes the page "unclickable". I blocked the script with ABP, but i'm not sure of what's that. Could someone help me?

Posted on 12-09-16 05:29 PM Link | ID: 94967

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On a somewhat unrelated note (this is solved after all), I've used an ad-blocker before that had a similar-ish feature, it used shadow-html to make sure a few ads were detected and hidden. It didn't really do much, but once I started knowing how to make webpages then it became a bit annoying so I had to disable it.

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