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    Default HACKING THE: "Disable right mouse click script"

    Ok all you hack wizards...

    Say I visit a site with the "Disable right mouse click script" installed (availible from this site here ), how can I bypass it so that I CAN right click.

    heh heh.

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    Use a competent browser?

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    Well, you could just temporarily disable JavaScript in the browser, in IE for example.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cr3ative
    Use a competent browser?

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    pa-leeeeeeze

    I use 3 browsers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddadmin
    Well, you could just temporarily disable JavaScript in the browser, in IE for example.
    won't work if they test for javascript before loading content.

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    here is the solution for firefox (sort of).
    Last edited by kcornwell; 08-04-2005 at 07:21 PM.

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    Code:
    javascript:void(window.onmousedown="return true;"); // or
    javascript:void(window.oncontextmenu="return true;");
    I'm not sure if it's window or document, or even document.body. Doesn't matter, look at the source (view->source) to find the event it captures, then set it to "return true;". Works in any JS browser.


    "Encrypted source" scripts, on a similar but slightly unrelated note, can be disabled by doing
    Code:
    javascript:alert(document.body.innerHTML); // warning: massive alert, use alt-f4 or just enter to close, alt-space then arrow keys to move, enter to stop (Windows only).
    Last edited by Twey; 08-04-2005 at 08:04 PM.
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    Default Tool for Hacking the Right click Script

    The this tool for hacking the disable right click on pages. IT works great

    http://www.system7software.com/Produ...ClickThis.aspx

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    that is why you have images open in a new window, and set as a background image in a table, with a transparent 1x1 pixel gif over the top so even with the anti-right click, you still end up saving either a 1x1 pixel with the program above, or with window's little image toolbar that pops up on hovering over the image...if any of that makes sence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skilled1
    that is why you have images open in a new window, and set as a background image in a table, with a transparent 1x1 pixel gif over the top so even with the anti-right click, you still end up saving either a 1x1 pixel with the program above, or with window's little image toolbar that pops up on hovering over the image...if any of that makes sence.

    yes yes it does ^_^

    <td width="18" style="background-image: url('image.jpg');">
    <img src="" width="1" height="1" border="0">
    </td>
    </tr>

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