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Today
gordon451
Maybe Baidu site handles differently calls from our countries/IPs? It's a horrible thought, but it looks a reasonable assumption.
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Today
gordon451
As I said, first run gives error pokemon in EVERY browser. Just reload to see real picture. That's odd. As I said in this post, my other 3 browsers opened PanBaidu on the first visit. At the moment I'm having latency problems, s1.pan.bdstatic is refusing to come to Australia for some reason. If I force the matter by leaning on F5, all browsers show me the bird. Opera 12.17 is currently ge
Forum: Announcements
Yesterday
gordon451
That's because (like me!!!!!) you're clicking right where the new tab will be... Just move over a bit, and all will be well.
Forum: Bugs
Yesterday
gordon451
Then tell me that if you could download and save the target file to your computer? Ummm. Er... The zip file fell straight into my Download folder. BTW, please forgive this, but is Chanson your given name? I'm trying very hard to not tread on cultural toes here.
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Yesterday
gordon451
Hokay, found something. In https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/Errors, "Error codes returned by Mozilla APIs>General Errors>The following errors are general and can occur when using any component" we find NS_ERROR_FACTORY_NOT_REGISTERED (0x80040154) Returned when a service could not be found. As well, Error Console is throwing a HU-U-U-UGE list of ver
Forum: Announcements
Yesterday
gordon451
G'day mikeyww - The problem W3C Validator had with this page is the same problem KM76 has. It is more than "just" the <noscript> block, although removing that allowed the full validation. The <noscript> was actually referencing a script... It would never work regardless of which browser you had. And in fact it was not responsible for K-M's crash. The main K-M proble
Forum: Bugs
2 days ago
gordon451
Removed excess white space from source file, passed it to W3C Unicorn validator. Much pruning in the <head> before sanity returned. Eventually removed a very annoying <noscript> block--I still cannot see what was wrong with it--and wound up with 53 errors and 6 warnings just in the XML. This in conjunction with the CSS debacle would cause almost all browsers to render in the (extr
Forum: Bugs
2 days ago
gordon451
Interesting. Lit up the Console, cleared it, went to OspreyPacks. The Console gathered a dozen or so CSS, then K-M crashed quietly. Try again, but switch off the CSS error count... I got some chrome on the screen, but nothing in the Console... All crashes happen after a few seconds, say 10-15. I had expected to see XML or JS errors. None.
Forum: Bugs
2 days ago
gordon451
76RC crashed very quietly on this site. Pale Moon 26.2 x64 handles it well, but we note PM uses "Goanna" rather than Gecko... Opera 12.17x64 and IE11 x32 also open the site. It's educational to run http://www.ospreypacks.com/us/en/series/technical-packs/aether-ariel-landing through the W3C validator. The page is so bad that it essentially gave up after the <body id="page-
Forum: Bugs
8 days ago
gordon451
For what it's worth, only Pale Moon 26.2x64 and IE11x32 render the PanBaidu page properly. Opera 12.17x64 doesn't get the Flash/HTML5 on the right, but that does not surprise me due to its age. KM just gets the bird. FWIW, on DataFileHost, this is Pale Moon 26.2: https://www.dropbox.com/s/6a5i41khihnknp4/PaleMoon26-2.png?dl=1 and this is KM76RC: https://www.dropbox.com/s/rz2auj9wier5v85/
Forum: Announcements
2 months ago
gordon451
Further... I cleared the caches on my other browsers, then put all the SSL-secured sites into my host file, and lit the browsers up. And got the same result that KM gave me: a text-view as shown above. Then I cleared the entries. And now all my browsers do what KM does, refusing to load the unsafe elements. But KM was able to override the cache on the first view. I'll have to check my
Forum: General
2 months ago
gordon451
Which prefs do you mean for blocking ssl-stuff? This is it: general.useragent.compatMode.firefox;false geo.enabled;false plugin.scan.plid.all;false security.fileuri.strict_origin_policy;true (def) security.ssl.require_safe_negotiation;true security.ssl.treat_unsafe_negotiation_as_broken;true all rc4 and des cyphers;false security.tls.unrestricted_rc4_fallback;false There's a
Forum: General
2 months ago
gordon451
I needed to read a blog on the Avast! site. https://www.dropbox.com/s/e85ce8ss4h814jl/BestHTTPSprotection.png?dl=1 Oh kwap!! What happened? https://www.dropbox.com/s/hrxgb9r1jya18rd/ErrorConsoleXML.png?dl=1 It would seem the lack of formatting comes from poorly secured out-sourcing. Count the number of "hubspot" in the <head> https://www.dropbox.com/s/noahh2vylaqwm
Forum: General
2 months ago
gordon451
As JohnHell correctly points out, the primary usage of UDF is in optical media file systems, it's been designed for that purpose. All current versions of Windows understand UDF. Read the Talos report, which explains the problem in tedious detail. The key words are "arbitrary code execution". Where the code comes from is another problem, but it could well be in the extracted file.
Forum: General
2 months ago
gordon451
... you are proposing a man-in-the-middle attack, correct? If MalwareBytes signs their updates, then this attack wouldn't be possible, right? Does MalwareBytes use the UDF format for its updates? Also, how can you force CTRL-ALT-DEL for user switching/logon? Do you mean to disable Fast User Swtiching? Yes, it would be a MitM attack. Outside of trojans and viruses, this is the most feas
Forum: General
2 months ago
gordon451
... and those speed dials drove me nuts; never could seem to get rid of them. Never had a problem :) Ctrl-F12>General>Startup: "Start with home page" />Home page: "about:blank" :) Problem solved! Anyway, I agree: back on topic! Gordon.
Forum: Announcements
2 months ago
gordon451
I've used Opera (just semi-retired v12.17 due to age and inability to handle modern web-tech), Iron (pre-Blink), K-M since 1.5, IE forever, and now Pale Moon. I lost interest in Opera when they dropped the Presto engine. Also played with Sleipnir, but that was always iffy. Like you, my first browser was Netscape 3, but I abandoned that when v4 Communicator ruined the day and IE4 rescued the day
Forum: Announcements
2 months ago
gordon451
Assume you're in a User account, but using MalwareBytes, which uses 7-Zip. MB must have significant permissions, usually beyond those required by you in your normal work. An attacker can now use those (MB) permissions for his own purposes, which might well include resetting a login password (cheap!) or even altering something like Su-Run or CryptoPrevent settings (much more useful). Obviously
Forum: General
2 months ago
gordon451
@hermes - thanks for the zeus software link :) @foliator - I think the problem may possibly be in the GPU. I'm using the Onboard Graphics Processor in my Core i5, and that could well be one of the Intel processors mentioned in the Bugzilla link, I didn't follow it through. I suppose I should check for driver updates :cool: I've never used FF since taking an immense dislike to it back in the
Forum: Announcements
2 months ago
gordon451
The other thing, although trivial, is that the browser's background color is black during the very short interval before a page has loaded. I also notice this on startup. It used to be white. However, blank pages (about:blank) do come up white, as expected. Hi foliator, you can set layers.offmainthreadcomposition.enabled to false in about:config. But as Dorian said, this may reduce performa
Forum: Announcements
2 months ago
gordon451
It's a bit like leaving your you-beaut safe unlocked inside your well-fortified house. In itself, not a problem... until someone breaks into the house. Yes, the vulnerability will affect the average user, even those who do not normally work in Admin. Those who do work in Admin are especially at risk. And yes it would affect servers. But then nobody uses servers for desk work, do they? Go
Forum: General
2 months ago
gordon451
Hi Yogi - thanks. Yes, I'm familiar with M$ "security" overkill in W7, I'm still grieving for W2K. It was most certainly a permissions stuffup if the archive was intact. I upgraded my PeaZip as soon as I heard about the 7z vulnerability, I was using PZ5.5 which was working quite well, using 7z9.22B, definitely not affected by whatever hit 7z15.x. Gordon.
Forum: Announcements
2 months ago
gordon451
Do we have hashes for the install files? I used Hash Generator from SecurityXploded which gives: MD5:de40726522af29e26d05716b044a9960 SHA256:b52b8676a708d239dd0e2c5a0d0df3aaa40c250c3d0a9a8f909c14f7a32122d3 on the 7z archive. And while we're here, the Black Page seems occur only on these forum pages :s Gordon.
Forum: Announcements
2 months ago
gordon451
Big thanks to Dorian, I've been waiting too long! Anyway, just installed it, but something odd... I first tried unwrapping the 7z file into a folder in Program Files (x86), then dragging a shortcut to All Users. But KM wouldn't work, nothing at all happened. So I dropped it into Dependency Walker, and that showed me several bits (apparently) missing, see: https://www.dropbox.com/s/fj4i1vt
Forum: Announcements
7 months ago
gordon451
##### Update 2015-11-26, based on KM76beta2 macro: # 1) MOD page: allow https-sites, google has no probs with public https-pages like wikipedia etc. # And for truly protected sites we can leave the error message to google itself. # 2) MOD selection: Linebreaks without blank make that the last and first words are # merged together and not translated => add a blank after ea
Forum: Extensions
7 months ago
gordon451
I've changed my auto-detect to Universal, the only thing I have off ATM is Flash to keep almost all videos on a leash. Google seems not to have many cookies, unlike Bing which appears to set cookies for language-pairs--that needs to be checked out! "What if you simply click on the "russian" button??" I wanted to see how reliable the auto-detect would be, I got Ukranian aut
Forum: Extensions
7 months ago
gordon451
OK. This problem really is the property of Google. VoilĂ : https://www.dropbox.com/s/ywgaxf03fo2yd8g/GoogleThinksRussianIsUkranian.png?dl=1 I truly don't need this translator. Gordon.
Forum: Extensions
7 months ago
gordon451
Here's the silly part with Google. Sit down first :) I pasted part of your last post into Google and asked it to give me the Russian. It did, perfectly. Wonderful!!!!! Now let's take the generated Russian text, and render it in English... 8:::::::::( I did look at Bing's instructions last night, but I cannot drag their link onto the Favourites Bar. It will only go onto the Tab bar. I t
Forum: Extensions
7 months ago
gordon451
Hi siria - Just downloaded your macro, but I think the problem is actually in Google, see this screenshot: https://www.dropbox.com/s/o4qs4btg3svv74a/RussianGoogleToEnglish.png?dl=1 Google does give an English translation, but immediately scrambles it. IMPORTANT: Both translate macros produced this, and I'm sure Google thinks it's Ukranian, when I asked it to auto-detect. Bing has no probl
Forum: Extensions
8 months ago
gordon451
Hi Tec - (sorry, couldn't resist :) ) You do know Win7 has the Classic Desktop? That makes it look like W2K?? And it uses far fewer resources? Gordon.
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