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hola buenas tardes me gustaria saber si puededn ayudarme con unos archivos corruptos que tengo, me sale esto en algunas partes del testo !~!1, garcias por su ayuda
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Pathetic, but it works. And it is quite clever to be honest.
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Internet and Networking Security / Re: GDPR Regulations - Information Thread
« Last post by Execute on April 19, 2018, 05:01:01 pm »
I suppose that some of the major Internet services will continue to operate in the same manner. They will always find a "legal backdoor" to hijack our personal data for profit's sake.

Unfortunately, I feel like that is very much true...
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Web Browsing Practices / Re: What browser do you like and feel secure to use?
« Last post by Execute on April 19, 2018, 04:57:02 pm »
It seems that in Firefox many extensions don't work with Quantum and most of the new ones are not compatible with the older versions of Firefox (like AdBlocks, link redirect control and other general security ones). Not to mention that you have less and less accessibility to security and privacy preferences from the options menu.

Google Chrome keeps hiding some of its developer tuning settings, which is annoying and to some you don't have access to anymore.

Most of the stocks for the Opera browser were sold to corporations in China, and some Opera updates, contradict past ones (like the removal and re-appearance of the in-built VPN option for instance).

Edge - it still works to download other browsers, so all is well here. :D

Maxthon changed too - it might be a bit faster but they added ads and a profile, which is a bit annoying.

I haven't yet tried Midori, but I might soon. Currently no browser I have used can give me the protection I need, but truthfully, a browser is generally made for browsing, it is our fault that we want to browse "safely". :)

Best Regards,
Execute
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PC Tips & Tricks / Re: Effective Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows Users
« Last post by Martin on April 19, 2018, 04:38:42 pm »
Its funny that I recently discovered the Windows Key + X shortcut and now I'm addicted to it.
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Web Browsing Practices / Re: What browser do you like and feel secure to use?
« Last post by Martin on April 19, 2018, 04:37:24 pm »
Firefox's performance is not perfect, Chrome crashes for me in many cases and Edge is just terrible.

I feel that Midori and the text browser ones are the last capable options.
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Delphi programming language? Pathetic! :D
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Off-Topic Discussions / Re: Do you use public wifi?
« Last post by Martin on April 19, 2018, 04:33:56 pm »
No, captive portals everywhere. I am lazy to fire up the necessary networking tools in order to spoof them.  D:
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Internet and Networking Security / Re: GDPR Regulations - Information Thread
« Last post by Martin on April 19, 2018, 04:31:58 pm »
I suppose that some of the major Internet services will continue to operate in the same manner. They will always find a "legal backdoor" to hijack our personal data for profit's sake.
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Satyr ransomware is the latest variant of the Spartacus cryptovirus.
The new variant uses a military grade encryption in the combination of the AES and RSA-2048 algorithms.
Inside the ransom note, the cybercriminals who made the ransomware
demand to contact them via the Telegram network, instead of using a direct email system.

You can read more about the threat from the related blog post:

Satyr Ransomware Removal – Restore .Satyr Files
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