Any idea what's the use of Script Shield when Web Shield is already on?
Being very uneducated in the actual processing of either engine...nope.
From my 'scripting' days in the corps I could see this as being a necessity. Its kinda comlicated without being complicated, but there are parts of a web page you dont actually 'load' but process the 'script' there within. This day and age, Im sure its a useful way of making ads differ from one hit to the next..i dunno
So essentially, the 'script' sheild, just like media player receives remote 'scripts' for certian playability factors, would insure that no 'script' would, for lack of a better analogy, be able to 'walk' past the web sheild
Even though the websheild seems to be much more 'bullet-resistant' IMO.
Any logical, techiey type defintions
This will only help others in deciding to use it or not, as well as helping the average user understand some things we otherwise might not get a chance to discuss...