Many sites have malicious JS code on them, some wit the purpose of crashing the browser, others with the purpose of opening many ad windows often advertising porn sites. It would be good if the JS engine could, before execting the script determine that it is maliciuos and refuse to execute it it. This could be based on a security type thing. It could be based on several levels, with the most secure refusing to execture script that will crash the browser or cause more then one additonal window to open or stuff like that and the last being execute all scripts even those that will crash the browser.
Norris, can you address this one?
Any sites that crash the browser are bugs in their own right that should be fixed individually. In terms of allowing only specific sites to open windows, this bug sounds like a general request similar to bug 858. So I'll close this as a duplicate. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 858 ***
verified dup, see Bug 858