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Unclickable button fix
AntimatterDev (35)

I fixed your button to the best of the ability baconman

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AntimatterDev (35)

@Baconman321 ok heres the fix i did of some of the problems your button had

AntimatterDev (35)

from my testing it is unable to be inspected well enough to do anything. you can still inspect it but it shouldnt let you do too much

xxpertHacker (871)

@AntimatterDev Can you elaborate? What can't I do?

xxpertHacker (871)

@AntimatterDev Dang, I see what the GitHub does, pretty hacky, but wow.

AntimatterDev (35)

@xxpertHacker first comments response is you shouldnt be able to have enough time to edit the source code in a way that would let you press the button and second yes i did use a module that would let me track when the page is inspected

AntimatterDev (35)

@xxpertHacker does this prove what i said to be true and that you can technically block inspect changes

xxpertHacker (871)

@AntimatterDev They can still execute JS within the console, so, no?

I can write the code, copy it, open the console, paste it, execute the JS, all before the timer runs out.

I'm sure that there are caveats to the library's logic, but I can't be cartain.

And lastly, one can make a browser extension to execute the code, so I could make a browser extension, have it execute code to click the button, and be done, all without having ever opened the devtools. ;)

Oh yeah, and javascript bookmarklets, this page is defenseless against them.

AntimatterDev (35)

@xxpertHacker yeah but it did what i said decently? it can block against inspect for the most part.

xxpertHacker (871)

@AntimatterDev In union, I can still use the console as I wish, see my comment on the Repl.

AntimatterDev (35)

@xxpertHacker by union do you mean onion (aka tor)? yeah the plugin doesnt support devtools for tor

xxpertHacker (871)

@AntimatterDev wtf?

It should work on ToR just as well as any other internet connection... I've got a feeling that you don't know what ToR is, do you?

I meant in conjunction with each other.

I ran the javascript bookmarklet first, then proceeded to open the console, unhindered.

AntimatterDev (35)

@xxpertHacker everything besides the inspect block should work on tor but the inspect block isnt built for tor.

AntimatterDev (35)

@xxpertHacker isnt it a browser that doesnt track what you do allowing you access to the darkweb and other shady/illegal things?

xxpertHacker (871)

@AntimatterDev From the ToR project's website:

Tor is free and open-source software for enabling anonymous communication by directing Internet traffic through a free, worldwide, volunteer overlay network consisting of more than seven thousand relays in order to conceal a user's location and usage from anyone conducting network surveillance or traffic analysis.

ToR is merely the network.

The ToR browser is based on Firefox, and has a proper layout calculation and rendering system, so I see no reason why the devtool detection wouldn't work on the ToR browser.

AntimatterDev (35)

@xxpertHacker idk but firefox itself is pretty wack and the hover over the button disable doesnt work

xxpertHacker (871)

@AntimatterDev Na, Chromium is wack, but you're just used to it ;)

AntimatterDev (35)

@xxpertHacker i was meaning that in terms of the code firefox is wack since the code works in both chrome and all of microsoft's browsers as well as opera