Sky's parental control block on jQuery website critical

Monday, January 27th 2014

As per reports, it appears that jQuery JavaScript CDN site has finally been removed from block although Sky has not reported about the same so far.

Till some time ago customers who enabled Sky Broadband’s Shield service could not access the much essential jQuery JavaScript CDN site. The jQuery JavaScript library is used on the client side to make scripting of HTML easier. It works across several website browsers and performs many automated processes.

According to reports, Sky customers who desire to switch off network level filtering must set to 18 (which is suitable for adults only) rather than completely turning it off so that they can be protected from phishing and other harmful websites. However, it was also reported that Sky customers who set to level 18 could not access jQuery JavaScript CDN site.

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