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Ya know I try I really do to use

2024-03-16 20:30:02.28248+01 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

Ya know, I try, I really do, to use Firefox. Despite bullshit like Pocket, and partnering with extortionists for "reputation management" protectionism, but holy shit they make it hard.

This morning it's all the security failures because Firefox can't get its fucking clock right, and won't let me easily override the SSL failures because the idea that someone's gonna MiTM SmugMug pictures is soooo scary.

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#Comment Re: Ya know I try I really do to use made: 2024-03-18 18:30:25.489263+01 by: Dan Lyke

Huh. Did I miss linking Brian Krebs investigative report on the whole OneRep fiasco?

Anyway, here's Optery’s Statement Following Investigative Report on Onerep by Krebs on Security

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