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The problem with computers is design ...it's not the users fault ... same goes for the VCR and the design of lots of other things It's just that some people ...
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- 02-04-2011 #11
The problem with computers is design ...it's not the users fault ... same goes for the VCR and the design of lots of other things It's just that some people are a bit better at coping with poor design ... computers should never have a blank screen - unless you select a blank screen saver or turn it off
- 02-04-2011 #12
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- Feb 2011
Still, though most of the problem is now in the browser universe I do still practice good security measures on my Windows OS. Things like Comodo Firewall (I believe it's got some of the same ideology as the Linux firewall, though far more strict). I also do a virus scan on a regular bases. I don't allow programs to run from new externals. In my browser I use things like WOT and NoScript. I've also been using ForceTLS (though I just found that NoScript has the same ability just a bit harder to use). Since I'm on this mini-rant I'll go ahead and list what these plugins do:
WOT: Web of Trust; People vote on different aspects of a site (a number system) and the aspects are represented by green circles. If any of the categories have a Low (Red) rating, especially something like privacy or security WOT will automatically block it.
NoScript: Blocks All Scripts from a domain until and exception is made (blocks ads and potential bad script even in a good site, not that long ago I found a site that had an excellent rating for everything but, on the site was a link to a site marked malicious. I of course continued to block the malicious content and reported it to the site admins). NoScript also has a few other features.
ForceTLS: Forces certain sites (assigned by the user) to use TLS (HTTPS).