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    Reckzinho
    • Status: Closed Priority: Normal

     

    We know that HTML5 is a written language and that everything that is written is displayed to the customer. Thinking this way, we know that today we unfortunately have several visitors to xat.com malicious and fraudulent. Therefore, we know that if a script is not implemented in which the SELECT ELEMENT is self-blocked by the customer, several frauds may occur ; Prints of lying accusations; Delude a new xat.com registrant by demonstrating xats and days that never existed, but that the INSPECTING ELEMENT makes it possible to have. Besides, I can pose as someone else, call a DIV or a CLASS where you call the power RUBY or the power EVERYPOWER, why not? The Inspect element lets me do what I want, doesn't it? Everything FRONT makes it possible for me to modify, xat size; letters size etc. I believe this is not a BUG, but here's the tip for ADMINISTRATION and also for xat.COM Volunteers regarding this small or BIG problem. Do not believe the prints by html5, everything can be a scam. The html5 is beautiful and even taking xat.com to the html5 is even more beautiful, it is brilliant, but you will need to improve security in this regard, considering that, FRAUD will happen and will actually happen.

     

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    This is the same on every websites including Slack/Discord etc.

     

    What you want xat to do if there will always have a way to "bypass" ?

     

    If you have an idea which wouldn't be bypassed, then suggest it here (disable right click/or f12 is not a solution).

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    As a programmer, I always recommend the use of CANVAS in which it can display a STRING image, making fraud difficult. Let's face it, blocking F12 doesn't work. However, my recommendation is to use CANVAS for messages posted on xat and also, perhaps, block or MOUSE RIGHT BUTTON. In this way, you place order as edits.

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    7 hours ago, Reckzinho said:

     

    As a programmer, I always recommend the use of CANVAS in which it can display a STRING image, making fraud difficult. Let's face it, blocking F12 doesn't work. However, my recommendation is to use CANVAS for messages posted on xat and also, perhaps, block or MOUSE RIGHT BUTTON. In this way, you place order as edits.

    Canvas' can also be manipulated very easily via the console

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