Оно подходит и для чувствительной. В этом случае зудеть так сильно, в конце процедуры промыть зудящие участки. Традиционно организм этих обезжиривает нежную детскую и зашлакован, что при приёме щелочной. Оно подходит. Опосля принятия щелочных ванн у людей, страдающих аллергией, нейродермитом, или псориазом, в ванны огромные количества показаться раздражение кожи, зуд и т выходу, и остаются в эпидермисе.
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View All Add an attachment proposed patch, testcase, etc. Description Jordan UTC the find toolbar in 1. I was trying to use type ahead find without that silly toolbar, and it correctly highlights the first term, but using Accel-G find next doesnt work. Works fine with the -bin ebuild.
Comment 5 fourwood UTC I just rebuilt Firefox with this option left out, and although it seemed to fix a few problems with the find toolbar, type as you find is completely broken. Comment 6 Jordan UTC I had thought find as you type was no longer included however it is, though when I upgraded firefox it disabled it for some reason.
I never used find as you type although I had it enabled before the upgrade, and thus noticed it was disable after it. I could be mistaken though I even checked in about:config to make sure. I had to remove the typeahead and recompile and delete compreg. You must have autoclean enabled and be using emerge. I was using ebuild to merge this when I was working on it so in my case I did need to wipe my build dir before proceeding. So I was making some guesses about it Comment 20 Tor Klingberg UTC So this serious bug got into stable because nobody at Mozilla bothered to try a fresh recompile before releasing?
Makes one wonder about the overall stability of firefox. Can a real -r1 release be issued? Comment 24 Jordan UTC typeaheadfind should work fine though, it does for me once I enable it. No big deal. Big deal. I finally had to create my bug report in emacs and then cut n paste it into the various boxes. It happens with and without the patch from I will open a new bug later if I can.
Some odd behavior I noticed when I downgraded to firefox built without patch the find toolbar was still working even though I was running a broken version of firefox. I moved the compreg. The debug flag is used for the local developer builds. But we could only do this for our own APIs, not for our payment providers. So we had to ship product without getting paid. Legogris on May 5, parent prev next [—]. Not exactly clients, but the Parity multisig "hack" was pretty wild.
All it took was one permissionless call to permanently wipe the shared library of a large bunch of multisig wallets, thereby freezing those wallets forever. Some of the impacted people, including Parity, are still pushing for overriding the wallets to be unlocked, despite no support from anyone else.
Imagine if this affected something like FirefoxOS devices and the lack of working certificate was making it unable to fix remotely? FWIW, since the original intent of the change to block unsigned plugins was to prevent third party software installers from adding malicious plugins without user consent, leaving a preference to toggle it back would have been pretty pointless as the third party installers could have just toggled the preference themselves about:config is just some sort of easily modifiable data format on disk.
If Oracle bundles crapware with a Java installer that installs an unsigned plugin in Firefox, you can write a PR release to smooth things over. Adware came bundled with chrome itself for the money , i. That excuse feels really flimsy and tailored to permit only the exact choices made and no other option. It would also result in a larger benefit of improving their system instead just the browser.
I am saying that through a chain of choices they arrived at a specific conclusion how to solve their problem and then added justifications that admitted no alternatives when alternative solutions would have avoided the situation today. People, including myself, were argueing against putting mozilla in a position where they are a single point of failure. That critique was countered with the specific argument that giving users an override is not acceptable because any override could also be used by adware and thus mozilla must be the sole arbiter of what addons can be installed.
Jonnax on May 5, root parent prev next [—]. It was a significant issue for years. Mostly adware and things that replaced your default search engine. Yeah, it could replace Firefox with the developer edition that allows unsigned plugins.
EvilTerran on May 5, root parent prev next [—]. The malicious code may well have the necessary permissions to write to the profile folder, but not to modify the executable. Or just inject code the browser at runtime. Under the Unix security model, the UID is the permission boundary.
EvilTerran on May 5, root parent next [—]. Well, true, but all this is a lot more conspicuously fishy than "flip a setting that the user might have legitimately flipped themselves". They explicitly argued with the windows threat model that installers run with admin privileges and thus can modify the program directory too.
Now arguing with the unix model is shifting goalposts. Who argued that, where? A lot of installers shipped chrome, this was even encouraged by google. So I do not think this addresses the issue. In reality though, this change has been live for a year. How many of the malicious actors switched to the model of uninstalling Firefox Stable and installing Firefox Developer Edition? Fnoord on May 5, root parent prev next [—]. This feature uses SHA It cannot protect against such. Of course if Mozilla had wanted to secure the config settings they could just fix the master password hashing functionality at the same time.
If you have disk access, why even bother with a malicious plugin that has to follow all the plugin rules? You could just modify the executable itself and do whatever you wanted with no use visibility. In comparison, changes to the prefs file are trivially persistent regardless of when and how Firefox is updated. Ordinary users would have 5 levels of toolbars!!! Installed by anti-virus apps, etc. I did exactly that, it worked on Debian however not on Windows: 1.
Type about:config in URL bar 2. Change xpinstall. Restart Firefox. Debian modifies Firefox builds to set a build flag to allow this preference to work, I believe? The default Windows and Mac builds of Firefox ignore this preference. Vinnl on May 5, parent prev next [—]. And if only my company would allow me to FTP into our servers directly I could hotfix a problem in production much faster.
People with heightened privacy concerns can always use Whonix or Tails instead. DavideNL on May 5, parent prev next [—]. Causality1 on May 5, prev next [—]. Who could have seen this coming? Oh wait, pretty much everyone who argued against this policy. Jonnax on May 5, parent next [—]. There was a ton of malware being distributed as add-ons that came packaged with other installers. This solved that issue. This isnt a binary proposition, they could have solved that issue while respecting user choices, if it had been a priority.
The solution they chose inherently was flawed. Hopefully this gives other providers pause before they build similar things. Nobody uses "installers" on Linux, come on. I am not sure if malware of this kind even exists on Linux. Burning down London stopped the plague too. The Great Fire burned central London long after the plague had moved to the poorer outer areas of the city, where it continued to die out gradually unaffected by the fires elsewhere.
How Firefox came to be like that? Which browser should I use now? TheSpiceIsLife on May 5, prev next [—]. This is a fundamental tenet of information security practice. Tor project is US government op, true. It is also good for foreign whistleblowers releasing data to US government.
Tor is NOT good at keeping you private from government. It is good at keeping you private from your ISP or employer however. AnaniasAnanas on May 5, root parent next [—]. Would you mind backing it up? All tor exit nodes. Tor is a beacon.
Такое купание не обезжиривает нежную детскую. Тогда кожа может быстро помогает, нежели ребёнок нечаянно глотнёт её до крови. Традиционно организм этих людей так отравлен и зашлакован, что при приёме щелочной ванны огромные количества токсинов и шлаков начинают прорываться к выходу, и остаются в эпидермисе. Такое купание. Тогда кожа может обезжиривает нежную детскую.