I just dug around the brandspanking new website of our local merchands’ association (see this Link) and unearthed a true beauty:
One would have thought that even the retarded Joomla community had by now sussed HTML’s nesting rules. Well, it seems they haven’t.
My opinion of the Joomla community is low enough so as not to have expected any better. However, from the guys and dolls at Mozilla I had expected more than that:
Firefox reads and executes those scripts despite the fact that they are placed outside of the document tree.
Now this script is just the usual Google Analytics bull, but it could also have been a badly injected piece of malware.
When any script will be executed, even if it ends up in the nirvana between nodes, then we have a real security hazard – being introduced by browsers’ overdone tolerance for crappy markup.
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