However, if the general perception among those who
administer such software is that NVDA may be more dangerous, that still means
that the perception makes it as much a problem as if it were reality. So
how prevalent are such problems?
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Sent: Sunday, August 25, 2019 6:49 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA in Emploandenp
Anyone who suggests that open source software shouldn't be
allowed in a secure
environment doesn't understand the concept of peer
review and "we have nothing
to hide - look at our software and judge for
yourself (I don't mean the
average user, I mean security experts) whether
it's secure or not".
Proprietary software can hide all sorts of bugs and
backdoors the vendor wants
to behind the cloak of secrecy. That's not
the same as security.
On Sunday 25 August 2019 at
13:38:39, kelby carlson wrote:
> Hi, everyone,
> I hope
this isn't too off-topic. I recently heard an argument that NVDA is
for blind prospect's in employment because it is the "dumbed down"
solution. The person arguing this elaborated, saying that NVDA is not
customizable/flexible enough (too chatty"), that it was not able to be
scripted as easily, it didn't work well with as much proprietary
> and that it wouldn't be allowed on secure environments due to
> So my question is this: how many
people here use NVDA for work, and is
> there a notable dilerence in level
of usability with JAWS?
> Also, does NVDA have a skim reading
feature like JAWS?
If you can smile when all about you things are
going wrong, you must have
someone in mind to take the
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