Chrome’s Safe Browsing Tool Now Also Protects You From Downloading Deceptive Software – StumbleUpon. This is another great feature to help protect the average person. I stopped downloading random programs from the Internet. The risk is just too great. I only download apps from the Apple App store. I thought at first I would hate the app store, but I have come to appreciate it being filtered and safe.
Crypto certificates impersonating Google and Yahoo pose threat to Windows users | Ars Technica. So apparently using IE can cause problems but it doesn’t occur in other browsers like Chrome/Firefox. Why would anyone use IE with all its issues?
I have talked about DCUO (DC Universe Online) before, but I wanted to see if anyone has had this experience. I choose not to fight during the 1vs1 PVP contests and that means that I almost always lose. Which is fine I don’t like violence. I have entered 1vs1 where there is no other player, and no player shows up. This has happened to me on a regular basis. Is this a glitch or are people leaving without me being aware of it? I check the status tab but there isn’t listed any other players in the instance.
Another unusual thing is that I logged into my account in the last week and received several marks of triumphs in my inventory. I didn’t win any of my goals when I had logged out the last time I had played. I knew they weren’t in my inventory because I was grinding to get marks of triumphs. Each mark was about 12,500! I had never had so many. I had played a level 6 instance a few days before, but I was rewarded in that instance so I didn’t think that was the reason. When I enabled all of those marks of triumphs I got about 70k in marks. I was able to buy two pieces of tier 5 gear. Is this a random reward or a glitch? I am a legendary member but I didn’t receive any Promethium boxes and even if I had, I would have only gotten two rewards not 4.
libpeerconnection.log – Google Product Forums. Turns out it is there because of Google Chrome. The issue was fixed in the past but appears again. Angelo-Victor Bratianu has the easy solution. Just go to your Utilites folder and then start terminal. Type this in:
Then press Return/Enter. Then check and the file will be hidden!
Chrome Bug Allow Websites to Eavesdrop on You – StumbleUpon. This is disappointing. Why don’t companies appreciate that customers want privacy first not as an afterthought?