Tom T. wrote:@ Giorgio:
Did you break the lnk deliberately?
No, I did it accidentally. Fixed, thanks.
http://www.romab.com/ironsuite/IronSuite-FAQ.html#section1.5 wrote:What security problems does sandboxing not solve?
We focus on certain aspects on protection - to avoid someone else than you to manipulate software that you use, to control in ways you do not want.
There are no such thing as a catch-all security solution, so, to be very clear -
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http: //blog.trendmicro .com/html5-thegood
http: //blog.trendmicro .com/html5-the-bad
http: //blog.trendmicro .com/html5-the-ugly
... there are two free tools which can offer very good protection:
DJ-Leith wrote:...I recommend that you read them in order but I can't post the URLs....
DJ-Leith wrote:At the end of the third post, HTML5 – The Ugly, Robert McArdle says:... there are two free tools which can offer very good protection:
Tom T. wrote:DJ-Leith wrote:...I recommend that you read them in order but I can't post the URLs....
I'm curious: Why not? You're an established member here, and the site is hardly spam; it's good tech info.
Did you get blocked when you tried to post them?
Tom T. wrote:Good post, thanks.
Your comments will, I hope, encourage more folk to read about HTML5.
His three posts are well written for an audience that is not too technical....
Some of our 'friends and family' may need an introduction to some of these issues.
DJ-Leith wrote:The reason I posted this now (as opposed to 2011) was to coincide with the end of Fx 3.6.xx.
GµårÐïåñ wrote:This author tries in vane to give advise on beating NoScript, not knowing his suggestions are USELESS.
Not to mention attempts to bundle us as villains.