For those of you Neanderthals still using Firefox, check your extensions/addons against this list;
1- This further supports my assertion that client-side scripting is the work of the Devil.
3- The academic CS community is still out to lunch concerning software architecture and development, particularly in translating the body of knowledge concerning secure programming practices into everyday processes and standards*.
I've been noodling around with the about:config settings in Firefox (well, Waterfox) and its blindingly obvious that the browser-dev community is operating far above its collective competence level (preloading content from hyperlinks on a page? Really?).
* How many decades did it take for the CS community to acknowledge that it had a monstrous problem with memory mismanagement in C programs?