On 6/06/2016 1:36 PM, Rohan McLeod via luv-talk wrote:
Andrew McGlashan via luv-talk wrote:
On 6/06/2016 12:07 PM, Trent W. Buck via luv-talk
FYI, IE7 only allows 9 dns_name attributes.
Not sure about newer versions.
Last tested 2011-04-28.
No-one in their right mind whom knows anything about security and
Winblows would ever use IE without extreme care and usually not for
anything else but to download a different browser; too many choose the
spy version in Chrome, not enough choose the privacy browser in Firefox
Actually whilst on the subject of browsers; what about Tor ?;
Sure, and/or Firefox using Tor as the network with proxy settings; I do
that normally -- fall back to Tor sometimes.
seems to take a bit of time setting up a path and you
can forget about
gmail etc access;
Well the biggest problem is cloudfare, they screw up the experience in a
major way claiming that there is virtually only bad traffic on the Tor
network. Many websites are difficult to visit and I often abandon them
in frustration, the websites lose visitors then too. Tor is not just
for bad people, sure they exist there, but they do in every community.
though Gumtree works OK.
They have had login compromises this year, been hacked.... hope you are
using a good password that is unique to the site and have since changed it.
But the sooner sites, companies and government
departments accept that
there are many things;
"they don't need to know " the better (I think )
Yes, the tracking and surveillance are both way over the top and not
useful or at all warranted.