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[Bug 14502] Why do we want to taint on style set and not on style use?

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--- Comment #12 from Boris Zbarsky <bzbarsky@mit.edu> 2011-10-29 01:49:13 UTC ---
I agree, esp on the "security vulnerability" bit; hence the question.

To be clear, Gecko's behavior at the moment is that if the document has set
document.domain then drawing _any_ non-CORS image into the canvas taints the
canvas.  At least that's what I believe based on code inspection; I have only
proved it, not tested it.  ;)

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