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AstroSkipper

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  1. Using palemoon-28.10.6a1.win32-git-20220521-d849524bd-uxp-1e871780f-xpmod.7z no problems here. This is the certificate you need: Maybe you can import it from another browser or use my for you exported certificate: https://www.mediafire.com/file/iak4kxtgsw6k5r3/openmptorg.crt/file Cheers, AstroSkipper
  2. The website virustotal.com works with its new interface in 360Chrome v11 (and presumably higher, not tested!). And for old browser only the minimal interface: https://www.virustotal.com/old-browsers/. Therefore a lot of extensions and access to VirusTotal api too will have been broken. Cheers, AstroSkipper
  3. If using Mypal 29 or any other old browser you have to access VirusTotal from now on by this special link: https://www.virustotal.com/old-browsers/ This is a minimal interface for browsers that do not support full-fledged VirusTotal. The interface of Virustotal has apparently changed the last days as many other sites too. I hate that. Cheers, AstroSkipper
  4. Maybe this is what you are looking for: Virus Total Scanner. It's a desktop tool which uses Virustotal as a scan engine and displays its results. Windows XP is still supported. Here is a link: https://securityxploded.com/virus-total-scanner.php Cheers, AstroSkipper
  5. Virustotal is an online service, nowadays called a web app. I used this service in combination with an upload tool in the past. It is called Virustotal Uploader 2.2. Another tool is Winja 7.1. Anyway, you need a browser to display the scan results. Which browser doesn't support Virustotal anymore?
  6. That's no thing! Unpack 360Chrome v13 archive, delete folder User Data and copy your folder User Data from 360Chrome v13.5 to new location. Your old installation won't be touched by doing this. Therefore no risk! You can only win!
  7. Your 360Chrome editions are definitely great. Unfortunately v13 and higher are problematic in my system. Version v11 works very well, but some more recent sites are not working properly. The main problem is that those sites are crap. As I already mentioned I try to avoid them. The good is we have different browser and the possibility to selectively use them regarding to our needs in Windows XP. Cheers, AstroSkipper
  8. Hi @kuja killer, I can confirm that twitter.com and www.deepl.com only works using 360Chrome v13 and higher in Windows XP. All these sites are crap and cumbersome. If you need to access them, use Windows 7 and most recent browsers. I try to avoid these sites. They are badly constructed and sluggish while loading. The good thing is my computer is very old and low on hardware resources, therfore I can identify bad sites very well. Cheers, AstroSkipper
  9. And by the way we should not forget that Mypal 68 is still in an early stage of development.
  10. I can confirm that. In New Moon 28 devianart.com is working too. So you can report this site to @feodor2 in the issues: https://github.com/Feodor2/Mypal68/issues Cheers, AstroSkipper
  11. Hi @NotHereToPlayGames, I already recommended 360Chrome too. So keep cool and don't be sad! And by the way one example does not mean anything! A lot of modern sites do work in Mypal 68. But in 360Chrome too, of course! I don't use 360Chrome v13 or higher, only v11 due to my hardware limitations. The versions v13 and higher are resource hogs. So, no way for me. Cheers, AstroSkipper
  12. Try Mypal 68! It's really great and works well with modern sites which don't load in old browsers. Did you try New Moon 28 or Serpent 52? Maybe they are enough for you. But it depends on your OS and your hardware conditions too. Cheers, AstroSkipper
  13. If I had one wish and it was possible, I would desire support of XUL based extensions in Mypal 68. Then we could install add-ons from both worlds. Truth be told, I miss a lot of my old beloved extensions and in many cases there is no reasonable substitute among web extensions. In the past I created some custom buttons using Javascript, but no chance to get them work in more recent Firefox versions or in Mypal 68. But as I already said it's just a wish which will probably never come true. Cheers, AstroSkipper


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