@codl Hmm. Lest stuff like this become universal:

Could a browser extension be made to spoof the state of a browser's notification permissions? (Like, a real config file and a separate, web-facing config file?)

Could JS-generated notifications be easily permitted in-browser but blocked by the OS without losing locally-generated notifications (eg. "download complete" etc.)?

Could we just use the presence of, superfluous commas to detect malicious websites?

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