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Sampei.Nihira

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  1. https://blog.chromium.org/2024/05/manifest-v2-phase-out-begins.html?m=1
  2. MSFN members considering a client-hints problem might try r3dfox. Although HTTP User-Agent is obviously visible.
  3. I have read that some MSFN members use the browser with the native sandbox. Obviously those using Windows XP will be aware that the Chromium sandbox works worse than => Windows Vista. Not only for I.L. Also for TCP/IP: TCP/IP socket security in Windows 2000 and Windows XP (but not in Vista) is effectively null. Even those using FAT32 Volumes in this case the security descriptor on them is effectively null. https://chromium.googlesource.com/chromium/src/+/refs/heads/main/docs/design/sandbox.md These are the differences with Mozilla-sandbox: https://wiki.mozilla.org/Security/Sandbox Therefore, it would be very interesting to see whether for the same operating system the Mozilla sandbox or the Chromium sandbox is more efficient. To check the level of the sandbox of r3dfox : about:support
  4. I also use a “reinforcement” called NIST-P384 algorithm TLS Kyber Confidentiality. I have no problem with it. The problem you brought to attention (even then for clients) is due to a bug in the servers: https://tldr.fail/
  5. pagead2.googlesyndication.com present in MSFN is a tracker. It is also blocked by OISD full list.
  6. You can try the free version of Copilot. I personally don't like it and I don't think I will ever use it because I don't like the printer-style layout with cursor from the movie “War Games.” It disturbs my eyes. However, the answers are accurate.
  7. This? I don't see that it has AI functionality. Best wishes for Google trackers. Of course, everyone is free to use the search engine of their choice.
  8. My vote is: "Using AI improves research" If I use Brave Search and write down what I search for formulated as a question. The answer to the question is of lower efficiency if I use AI Chat DuckDuckGo.
  9. If you want to try this: https://duckduckgo.com/?hps=1&start=1&k1=-1&kk=-1&kp=-2&kac=-1&kad=en_US&kae=-1&kaj=m&kak=-1&kao=-1&kap=-1&kaq=-1&kau=-1&kax=-1&kay=b&q=AI&ia=chat (with the parameters I prefer,I replaced only the English language) it is without registration. P.S. To check the functionality you can also use Brave Search: https://brave.com/blog/answer-with-ai/
  10. If possible please argue your choices, which may include multiple answers. Thank you. P.S. Firefox is also working on AI. https://connect.mozilla.org/t5/discussions/here-s-what-we-re-working-on-in-firefox/td-p/57694
  11. Security vulnerabilities are only 1-2/3. Most of the open issues involve "functionality" problems. This aspect seemed strange to me. It is strange to use browsers with so many functionality problems. Although this is probably due to the greater use of one browser over another.
  12. Certainly, everyone is free to use the browser of their choice. But whether it is irrelevant depends on your point of view. I still retain my paratrooper's license. And if I have to choose to jump with an intact parachute,over others with various and different structural problems.......I choose the one that for me is the best of all. Then again everyone is very free to do what they prefer. Have a good Sunday.
  13. It is strange that many users prefer to use Supermium (249 open issues)/Thorium (78 open issues) than r3dfox (18 open issues). ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ From a security point of view r3dfox outperforms both forks which have open vulnerabilities such as CVE-2024-5274 (Google is aware that an exploit for CVE-2024-5274 exists in the wild). On the security level,Thorium,in addition to the CVE written above has not patched adds CVE-2024-4947 + CVE-2024-4761 so it is worse to use than Supermium.
  14. Anything can be, but the document specifically says POLICY not Command Line Switches: https://developer.chrome.com/docs/extensions/develop/migrate/mv2-deprecation-timeline?hl=en Also with Command Line Switches the browser will not have typing: "managed by the organization". I assume that this will be the criterion for application to enterprises.
  15. Probably like me, other users will have sent a report.
  16. I read some MSFN members fearing Chrome 127 for MV3. There is no reason. MV3 adblockers already exist. It is also possible to implement the "ExtensionManifestV2Availability" policy that will support MV2 extensions for 1 more year. This, of course, does not mean that some of these extensions would experience slowed or no development compared to MV3 extensions from their developers. I also read that some developers aim to support MV2 extensions like Firefox. The Mozilla team will support MV2 extensions for at least 1 year. Basically what you can do in Chromium-based browsers with the policy written above. Then they will reserve their decision. In my opinion there is no purpose to support MV2 extensions longer (whether their development will be abandoned by their own developers).
  17. If you are interested to AI. Open a thread. Each person has his or her own priorities. You have yours. I have mine. Others have theirs.
  18. You definitely don't have any of these “problems.” I if I want to dialogue with some characters like Giorgio Maone,Andreas of OSArmor,Pedro Bustamante......etc. I have to use some channels. Period.
  19. Another reason why I removed Bing search from the list of search engines and set DDG as the only search engine. No ability to add other search engines such as Google. https://www.ghacks.net/2024/05/22/google-begins-integrating-ads-into-ai-overviews-on-google-search/ All this of course in my only Chromium-based browser,Microsoft Edge.
  20. From June 2024 there will be many users in this forum who will have problems with some extensions used in chromium-based browsers if they do not use the specific policy. Not the Command Line Switches. The policy is needed. Also because, in my opinion, for the applicability of the (corporate) policy, the browser needs to be managed by an organization. But only time will tell whether that will be the case or not So policies are certainly predominant over Flags/Command Line Switches.
  21. Probably my only fun,in Linux, would be AppArmor profiles. But AI,Copilot......just no.
  22. Thank you for your advice. No,I hate multiboot. Today they will probably be outdated problems but I once had many problems with GRUB especially after an LTS update.
  23. https://www.ghacks.net/2024/05/21/microsoft-announces-copilot-pcs-and-ai-powered-recall-feature/ If this is to be the future, I prefer to take refuge in Linux. I have used Linux in the past but it bored me. My daughter in middle school (2005) had a Linux PC prepared by me I don't remember the distro but it was almost certainly Ubuntu. She had many compatibility problems compared to other students. So this experiment was short-lived,if I remember correctly about 2 years. I have also used other distros,and now I really have no idea which one is best suited for my PC. Which could be upgraded to Windows 11.....but I still haven't decided whether to do this upgrade.
  24. Yes and no. A functioning website is always the priority.
  25. The only difference is that Edge's anti-tracking (hard) protection blocks "x.com." It is possible to see this in detail. With Firefox there are no blocked x.com trackers.
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