I've advised the user to email links instead of whole pages, but I'm
wondering why jQuery is classed as a PUA - is this deliberate or is
it a false positive?
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Tony Finch wrote:
> I've advised the user to email links instead of whole pages, but I'm
> wondering why jQuery is classed as a PUA - is this deliberate or is
> it a false positive?
I think "PUA" indicates "Potentially Unwanted (something)" -- basically
code or tools that have legitimate uses, but might also be used to sneak
something unwanted onto a system. There was a thread a few weeks ago
where someone had a whole list of things like VNC clients, port