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Browsers are only software that sends requests to your website. They can be used maliciously or not. Your website should be designed in such a way that it does not matter what requests are sent, your site is safe. Anything that a malfunctioning browser can do, an attacker could do more directly. So, in a large sense, no, the vulnerabilities in browsers have ...


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You can inspect the HTML web page like any other HTML web page and save any resources that have been downloaded to your computer... Inspect (Ctrl+Shift+I) > Resources > Frames > (newtab) > Images


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Not possible unfortunately. The SSL viewer is a native feature of the browser and can not be triggered using a href or in any other way from the page. The site seals you are talking about generally link to another provider which shows the confirmed owner details of the site and that the site is trusted but it is not bringing up SSL information rather it is ...



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