[OT] Flash is NOT Dead

Bob Sneidar bobs at twft.com
Thu Aug 4 13:26:36 EDT 2011


I guess the Russians are right! There IS no such thing as a free lunch! :-)

Bob


On Aug 4, 2011, at 10:07 AM, Martin Baxter wrote:

> On 03/08/2011 16:52, J. Landman Gay wrote:
>> On 8/3/11 8:17 AM, Richard Gaskin wrote:
>>> Kay C Lan wrote:
>>>> On Wed, Aug 3, 2011 at 12:12 AM, Lynn Fredricks <
>> 
>>>> I recommend NoScripts
>>> 
>>> +1 on NoScript: makes browsing faster and safer.
>> 
>> I've been using NoScript for years. Last week I discovered Ghostery.
>> It lets you know what sites are tracking you and allows you to block
>> the trackers. I have been appalled by what's been going on without
>> my knowledge. Some sites have a dozen or more trackers and web bugs
>> installed.
>> 
> 
> Me too on NoScript. It has saved my skin several times to my knowledge,
> and probably more times than I know about.
> 
> I use Firefox mostly for general browsing, and keep it hardened. Some
> sites I don't even want to leave my IP address behind and then I use
> TOR. For sites I trust, where javascript and cookies are mandated, I use
> SeaMonkey exclusively. Using an entirely separate browser for trusted
> sites adds a little more separation between the heterogeneous security
> realms I think and means you don't have to fiddle about so much managing
> settings for individual cases.
> 
> Firefox users concerned about privacy might also be interested in the
> RequestPolicy Addon. It allows a good degree of control over those
> sneaky cross-site-requests that are embedded in so many pages.
> 
> I also use my hosts file to block the standard perps.
> 
> Martin Baxter
> 
> 
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