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roytam1

My browser builds (part 2)

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long standing problem at https://online.citi.com/US/login.do
working : firefox 52.9 esr.
working : https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/palemoon-28.2.0a1.win32-git-20181103-1d55939c7-xpmod.7z ( November 3, 2018 )
broken : https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/palemoon-28.2.0a1.win32-git-20181110-f9e1e4639-xpmod.7z ( November 10, 2018 )

many threads about citi.com on the PM board with no solution as of yet.
maybe someone can look at this with the provided info.

this is the expected error when logon with bogus credentials.

"working" screenshot below on older browsers.

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error screenshot.

this is the error with newer versions of New Moon and Pale Moon.

https://online.citi.com/ServerError.html

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On 2/8/2020 at 10:12 AM, rereser said:

long standing problem at https://online.citi.com/US/login.do

I just opened the above URL with RT BNAV Browser , and it seemed to display the LOGIN screen okay to me. The other thing , is that RT is not PALE MOON affiliated exactly ... RT uses the old PALE MOON coding , but modifies it to run under WinXP OS (and other earlier OS). Maybe you knew that anyway. But I notice that you have posted 4 Messages on MSFN.org so far , so maybe you are new to the nature of what RT does it here. And it would not take much to be more techie than me either.

I just now looked at CitiBank LOGIN (your URL above) using RT NM28 Browser , and again , it seems to be okay , in terms of displaying the CitiBank LOGIN screen correctly here. Again , PALE MOON Browsers (current ones) are not an RT concern exactly here. That exhaused my techie here ... :)

I am using the most current versions of RT BNAV Browser and RT NM28 Browser here:
bnavigator.win32-20200208-f249ecbf-uxp-6c82d043a-xpmod.7z
palemoon-28.9.0a1.win32-git-20200208-5b28a93fa-uxp-6c82d043a-xpmod.7z

Not quite sure just why that you seem to be using Year 2018 versions of RT's Browsers.

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@TechnoRelicyes : yes , my post count is low but have been using New Moon as my browser for some time now. ( always the latest version )

have read the thread on the PM board and then some ...

just started testing older versions on xp out of curiosity to find where something in the browser changed.

the logon screen displays correct in the latest version , only after logging in with bogus credentials the error appears.

maybe the page is at fault as suggested on the PM board or a change with the november 10 , 2018 build.

the posted links are old versions of New Moon , not the Pale Moon browser.

whatever , as i said , just curious.

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@roytam : thanks for having a look.

your work on this browser is amazing.

if you or anyone can not confirm my above findings i will leave it at that.

regards.

 

 

 

 

 

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On 2/8/2020 at 10:19 AM, roytam1 said:

hard to tell, may refer to this: https://github.com/MoonchildProductions/UXP/issues/1392

but I don't see any wrong in the changes, maybe there are some tricks?

I can confirm this too. After installing Win32 https://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.5.win32-git-20200208-7ab9bf7-uxp-6c82d043a-xpmod.7z

If I go to add-ons and then click on  plug-ins I won't see the following listed:

OpenH264 Video Codec

Widevine Content Decryption Module

Primetime Content Decryption Module

but if I revert back to Win32 https://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.5.win32-git-20200201-2d98a15-uxp-64c8c65cf-xpmod.7z

I will see them listed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Chrome is also moving in the direction of blocking mixed content:

 

https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/google/google-chrome-to-block-mixed-content-downloads-prevents-mitm-attacks/

My situation with NM28:

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test:

https://browserleaks.com/ssl

I have also enabled images:

"security.mixed_content.block_display_content" set to true.

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On 2/9/2020 at 2:10 AM, rereser said:

@TechnoRelicyes : yes , my post count is low but have been using New Moon as my browser for some time now. ( always the latest version )

have read the thread on the PM board and then some ...

just started testing older versions on xp out of curiosity to find where something in the browser changed.

the logon screen displays correct in the latest version , only after logging in with bogus credentials the error appears.

maybe the page is at fault as suggested on the PM board or a change with the november 10 , 2018 build.

 

I have been plagued with this nuisance also - on over a DOZEN web sites, primary finance sites.

I have been using version 28.1.0a1 32bit from 2018-09-21.

It's the closest I could find where the repo changes were inline with "official" version 28.2.2.

 

To me, I've just settled with the notion of NEVER upgrading and fallen to DON'T CARE that my browser is dated 2018.

Heck, my operating system is dated over a DECADE older so "to hades" with all of the security hype surrounding "weekly builds", lol.

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On 2/10/2020 at 2:57 PM, ArcticFoxie said:

@rereser  --> (CITIBANK website) working : firefox 52.9 esr (Browser)

In my view , you might be better to just have a slower but functioning Browser for FINANCIAL websites
that you use them. Because a FINANCIAL website is going to be more Security oriented in general.
@Mathwiz has commented about the strategy of using more than one RT Browser for different websites.

But , what I am suggesting it , is that RT should not be involved much in trying to figure out special problems
related to FINANCIAL institution (BANKS , etc) websites. Maybe the solution is to suggest that someone does
install the FIREFOX 52.9 ESR (Browser) and use that , no matter how slow that it might be.
To me, the issue of RT's TIME and trying to figure out about some Security situation
for a FINANCIAL website , might be a bit much overall for RT.

(Note: I did edit my content here slightly , removing reference to a couple MSFN Users)

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4 hours ago, TechnoRelic said:

In my view , you might be better to just have a slower but functioning Browser for FINANCIAL websites
that you use them. Because a FINANCIAL website is going to be more Security oriented in general.
@Mathwiz has commented about the strategy of using more than one RT Browser for different websites.

But , what I am suggesting it , is that RT should not be involved much in trying to figure out special problems
related to FINANCIAL institution (BANKS , etc) websites. Maybe the solution is to suggest that someone does
install the FIREFOX 52.9 ESR (Browser) and use that , no matter how slow that it might be.

I would invite @VistaLover and @Mathwiz to comment on the issue of RT's TIME and trying to figure out
about some Security situation for a FINANCIAL website. Whatever they might choose to comment , I would
defer to their viewpoints on it.

I think this RT's decision to make, not yours. Do us all a favor and *STOP* acting like things like this and what he does with *HIS* time is somehow something that falls to *YOU* and the crowd you hang out with to decide.

It's starting to get really annoying to see.

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On 2/1/2020 at 2:30 AM, VistaLover said:

OK, when I visited that specific link in my "dirty" FxESR 52.9.1 profile, I found I could freely read the article and subsequently browse the rest of the WP site; once I fully disabled uB0-legacy, however, I could replicate the reported issue... :realmad:

Then it was a matter of finding out which specific filter list is responsible for lifting the WP imposed nags/limitations; below findings are the distillate of close to 45min of experimenting/troubleshooting:

1. The specific filter list in LEGACY uB0 (currently at version 1.16.4.16, to be found in its own repo now) which allows for uninterrupted WP browsing is a native one, uBlock filters, which contains the following code:


! washingtonpost.com##+js(abort-current-inline-script.js, Promise.all, _0x)
!#endif
washingtonpost.com##^script:has-text(adblocker)
@@||securepubads.g.doubleclick.net/gampad/adx$xhr,domain=washingtonpost.com
washingtonpost.com##div:has-text(We noticed youre blocking ads.)
washingtonpost.com##.db-ns[style="height: 1250px;"]
washingtonpost.com##html[style="overflow: hidden;"]:style(overflow: auto !important;)

! https://github.com/NanoMeow/QuickReports/issues/1499
washingtonpost.com##section > div:has-text(/^AD$/)
washingtonpost.com##:xpath(//*[(text()='AD')]/..)

This is valid for uB0-legacy, which is compatible with all flavours of the UXP browsers, plus St55/Moebius (and FxESR 45 SSE, NM27 SSE/SSE2, but I don't normally use these... ;) )

2. In the off-chance someone is using the WebExtension flavour of uB0 on FxESR52 or St52 (probably 1.17.4)/St55 (1.18.x?), then, again, native filters inside uBlock filters allow for the nag-free browsing of the WP site; but there's a catch: for some reason I'm not familiar with, uB0-WE demands that service workers are enabled in the browser (they are OFF by default, at least in UXP); so, in order for the "Private Mode" sidebar nag to disappear, you have to set 

dom.serviceWorkers.enabled;true

in about:config and make sure "uBlock filters" is selected in uB0-WE's third-party filters settings tab:

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FWIW, that WP site is a privacy nightmare, a veritable menace :realmad: ; not only does it set a preposterous amount of standard and HTML5 cookies, just take a look at uB0's badge, where more than 1,000 requests are being blocked... Surely, there exist other avenues to learn the current affairs... :whistle:

german and us secret service spying out states(or us) with help of swiss crypto-device also done in their rooms. last information from a several years old message. in reddit(no chance to continue and edit....that means its under restrictions) the following message also had been censoured. can deliver link.
https://www.zdf.de/nachrichten/politik/cryptoleaks-bnd-cia-operation-rubikon-100.html
In my opinion bezos is playing a double-game. or even multi.

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On 2/5/2020 at 2:16 PM, roytam1 said:

because of anti mask law, amazon don't ship surgical mask to here.

Use Burka/Nikab. When i was at a gazoline-station-the official one for police and other units it was so bitter cold i was fully masked and with military cap. was with a relative he as driver. when i left the car after 2 min. we were surrounded by three-all three police units. but they were calm. and i told a joke...being perfectly protected. son of relative is policeman and member of special taskforce. meanwhile obviously they recognized that.

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CITIBANK login displayed properly on SSE. 2/200 with less space. NM27SSE.

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