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Turn JavaScript ON
Turn JavaScript ON

Turn JavaScript ON
Turn JavaScript ON


Do some real ebusiness, bring down the etoys server for the holidays!



Important Browser Settings

For Netscape Navigator users on PC, Apple Macintosh and Unix o.s.:

1. In the security prefs, turn off the warnings about entering an encrypted or secure site.

To open the Security Info window: Click the padlock icon, or open the Communicator menu, choose Tools, then Security Info., then select Navigator :

  • Uncheck Entering an encrypted site
  • Uncheck Leaving an encrypted site
  • Uncheck Viewing a page with an encrypted/unencrypted mix
  • Uncheck Sending unencrypted information to a site

You don't need to change your Certificate settings.

Warning: Do not change the options or click the buttons for Advanced Security(SSL) Configuration unless you have specialized knowledge.

2. From the Option menu select Preferences and set up:

  • memory cache = 0
  • disk cache = 0
  • verify document = Every Time

From The Option menu select Network Preferences

  • activate the No Proxies option

For Microsoft Internet Explorer users:

  • from the View menu select Options - Advanced -
  • and in the Temporary Internet File Box select Never


You must Turn JavaScript ON and Java ON while participating in this Virtual Sit-in. Although, this will allow possible JavaScript countermeasures that may be used by some targeted websites.


Turning JavaScript and Java On

Netscape Communicator 4+

Select Edit in the menubar
Preferences in the list
Advanced in the Category
Check Enable JavaScript
Check Enable Java

Netscape Navigator 3+

Select Options in the menubar
Network Preferences in the list
Select the
Languages tab
Check Enable JavaScript
Check Enable Java

Internet Explorer 3+, 4+

We apologize
for not having
for IE browsers.

This Virtual Sit-in website does not cause computers to crash.These automated features are simply used to reload a targeted webpage several times per minute.

The first Virtual Sit-in : On April 10,1998 FloodNet Tactical Version 1.0 was showcased during an Electronic Civil Disobedience action against Mexican President Zedillo’s web site. A Java applet reload function sent an automated reload request several times per minute to Zedillo’s page. Reports from participants and our observations confirmed that the more than 8,000 international participants in this first FloodNet action intermittently blocked access to the Zedillo site on that day.

WARNING: This is a Protest. The Virtual Sit-in is not a game.
Participation in electronic civil disobedience may have personal consequences as in any off-line political manifestation on the street.



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