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Outside of an Anti-Virus program blocking the execution of a known malicious script, not really. Generally this is where user education comes in, and a pinch of common sense is required when choosing what you allow to run on your system. You could always run the script in a safe environment, and monitor the output. Outside of that, your options are very ...


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In short, no. Determining if something is "safe" is isomorphic to the halting problem. The best you can do is to execute the script using an agent you regard as safe. Keep in mind that one class of exploits involves trusted functions doing things they're not supposed to do. Suppose for example that choose your vendor here installed a back door in the ...


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A drive-by-download can refer to several things. A download that happens with the user's consent, but they didn't really understand that the consequences. A download that happens without the user's consent or knowledge The first method is not very "drive-by" in my opinion, but it is still useful to recognize that this is still possible. Tricking ...



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