But no. These supposedly experienced managers, with many years or often decades in management, go dumb as a box of rocks apparently. gasp He said this is a SECURITY breach! We can't have that! No more using this clearly insecure hacker's browser! That will fix the problem!
I just don't get it. Why do people go stupid when they get to be managers and are seemingly no longer capable of rational thought? I always imagine a room full of like geriatric old people in wheelchairs who just don't get any of this newfangled stuff. "What's that, sonny? Web browser, you say? Why would I want to look at a spiderweb? Is it made from the Chinky silk?" and so on.
Even if they modified the source to say enable a submit button when it should be disabled, you should have server-side checks as well to make sure things like that on the client can't defeat actual security.
You would think so, yeah. Not always. Even in systems that costs tens of millions of dollars to develop.
Your idea of "car economy tanks" intrigues me and I wish to subscribe to your newsletter. How expensive would these tanks be? Affordable enough to afford one for myself? I have always wanted to drive a tank. If it was also a car, and economical, that would practically make my decision for me! Especially if I could download one from the Internet.
Reminds me of that IT Crowd episode where the two devs give their boss "the internet", which is simply some small box with a blinking red light on the top, to see how she would crash and burn in a manager's meeting. Instead of looking like a fool, everyone in management was watching in amazement this "internet in a box"... until it dropped on the floor and broke, causing all of management to run from the room screaming... And the two devs to look at each other w/ that WTF expression.