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browser questions

Jerry Feldman wrote:
> I primarily use Firefox, but my question might be a bit generic. 
> I have popups blocked, but in some cases some new windows are created,
> primarily from some of the legitimate advertising sites, such as
>,, and a few others. Is there a hack either in
> the prefs.js file (or about:config) where I can block these sites. They
> are not dangerous, just a pain. I certainly could block these in the
> firewall on Linux, but I'd rather not block them at that level.
Grant M.
Grant Mongardi
Senior Systems Engineer

gmongardi-cGmSLFmkI3Y at
781.894.3114 phone
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