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  • #21
    After this news, I took a look at some extension to modify websites to mach the dark theme. This one seems to work very well: https://github.com/darkreader/darkreader

    It is opensource, available in both Firefox and Chrome extension repos and so far only misconfigure colors in a couple places, nothing terrible.

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    • #22
      Originally posted by tildearrow View Post

      Please tell me what will occur to websites that render white text on a black background by default under conditions.
      There'll be an error due to the theme engine dividing by zero that will cause a portal in your monitor will open up to an alternate dimension. If it's the alternate dimension where my cat hides my hair ties I'd appreciate a shout out...damn thieving ass cat...

      Or it'll just render as expected like uid313 showed.

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      • #23
        Originally posted by debianxfce View Post
        I did know that for the latest Firefox browser, but the Pale Moon browser uses really old Firefox UI as base.
        It's also malware, son of insanity and chaos. Why you would want to use malware browser?

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        • #24
          Originally posted by starshipeleven View Post
          It's also malware, son of insanity and chaos. Why you would want to use malware browser?
          DownThemAll is still the best method for bulk downloading porn galleries. It's the only plugin I'd consider installing Firefox ESR or Pale Moon for since every other plugin I used to use has either been ported over or replaced with something equivalent.

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          • #25
            Chrome 74? And still X only?

            I already have Chromium 76 compiled and running under Wayland with Ozone since last week.

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            • #26
              Originally posted by [email protected] View Post
              After this news, I took a look at some extension to modify websites to mach the dark theme. This one seems to work very well: https://github.com/darkreader/darkreader

              It is opensource, available in both Firefox and Chrome extension repos and so far only misconfigure colors in a couple places, nothing terrible.
              Also consider Stylus: https://github.com/openstyles/stylus
              Been using it for a while, and I like it. It applies user-created themes that you choose on a per-site basis, and there are usually lots of themes per website (more than just "dark"). This way you can find or make something that suits you for the websites you frequent the most.

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              • #27
                Originally posted by debianxfce View Post
                Clamtk did found 4 possible malwares from .cache/moonchild\ productions/.
                It's still malware. This just means the antivirus does not know it.

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                • #28
                  Originally posted by debianxfce View Post
                  Prove your false claim.
                  It's a fork based on ancient Firefox codebase (both for the GUI and for the rendering engine) with way too little manpower to deal with any security issue, and this is a BIG problem for a web browser which is the first line of defence in the modern world.

                  They are at best backporting patches arriving to Firefox ESR codebase, and doing so more slowly than Firefox integrates them in the ESR.
                  When there will be no more ESR based on old XUL-based Firefox, they will be 100% on their own.

                  https://www.howtogeek.com/335712/upd...n-or-basilisk/

                  By their own admission, most extension developers aren't giving 2 shits about them, so they are forced to either rely on old (potentially unsafe) plugins or make their own (which is not really likley in most cases) https://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic...tralis#p159337

                  This makes it a trojan malware, a open door for other malware to infect your system.

                  Antivirus scanning is based on file signatures, anything that isn't in the antivirus blacklist database won't be detected. Scanning Windows XP would not yeld any malware either, but it's so garbage unsafe shit that it is trojan malware too, which should never be connected to the Internet again.

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                  • #29
                    Originally posted by debianxfce View Post
                    List reported infections.
                    All people that installed it in their system, you included.

                    With the same logic, android kernels (older than mainline) are trojan malware, a open door for other malware to infect your system.
                    Yes.

                    It would be fun to see first attack and malware in my Linux system Not gonna happen in mobile 4G network where the WAN IP changes. The router has a firewall too.
                    Malware is unaffected by WAN IP changes
                    Malware using your browser to infect the system is not affected by firewalls as the firewall does not stop your browser.

                    The log you showed me the last time you claimed this bs was showing DHCP requests ("please give me an IP" requests) from your own PC to the router, and you claimed it was a log of "attacks" from outside.

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                    • #30
                      Originally posted by debianxfce View Post

                      Your current kernel is malware. https://lkml.org/lkml/2019/4/25/1121
                      My kernel will get that as soon as it is accepted upstream.

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