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For Firefox, Go to the url bar, type about:config and press enter. Type browser.urlbar.filter.javascript in the Search bar and you will see the following: Double click on the True value to turn it to False. Done! Hope this helps.


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I would suggest you use share me not and Adblocker plugins The link might be just an AD or also can be clickjacking page or phishing page. Visiting that link might trigger a download of malicious file( some people put default action as download). Better not to click such links


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In theory, you could have caught a drive by download. However, it is much more likely that you have been redirected to an advertisement page and the respective owner now rejoices about the revenue of all the sheeps clicking on funny looking links ;-) You can delete your cookies to get rid of any tracking/advertisement ones and I generally recommend ...


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If you're reading your mail in a browser, then the browser can read your mail. This means that Firefox or Google or Microsoft or Apple or Opera or whoever makes your browser can read your email. But it's worth pointing out that Google is no more likely than any other browser maker to want to read your mail. They don't have a reason to. Plus, open source ...


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Should I then use Chrome or another browser to check my inbox? The problem is probably less the browser since this browser is used by lots of others and such behavior might be detected. More of a problem are likely browser extensions you have installed, malware injected into the browser or any software which does SSL interception. SSL interception is ...


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In theory yes. This could be possible for any company with any Browser they have code access to. They only need to send the response to their own servers. However, I can not imagine this will be ever the case. It would be a huge scandal if that would be publicly and the user can easily recognize this by viewing the upload size. This would be the end for ...


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The problem may be windows 8 (and windows 10) using 'Smart Multi-Homed Name Resolution'. This basically sends queries to multiple DNS servers and returns the fastest result, so your network adapter's DNS may not have been used. You can try using gpedit to disable this, avast have some instructions here If this setting does not appear in gpedit (I have seen ...


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Why do Firefox and Chrome allow such easy leaking of these session keys? To make it easier for developers to analyze their network captures. The first time I used this feature was when trying to understand what protocol is exactly used by the web-based noVNC. Using this functionality, I was able to decrypt the traffic in Wireshark. I read some ...



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