I am building an app which wraps some content in html. The users will be able to download this html file and view the content (which changes dynamically based on time and a few details fetched from our servers.
I would like to know if there is any settings on browsers that can block https:// requests from file:// urls?
It works by default, I am just concerned if there is any way users can do this. (browser settings, security zones or something like that)
I believe there is no code samples required for this.