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Re: just became a blind mice megamall member

ely.r@...
 

I was thinking the same thing. Easy to just not post anything.
Rick

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Jackie
Sent: Saturday, September 8, 2018 7:52 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] just became a blind mice megamall member

That took a lot of courage to admit, Rosemarie, especially on a public forum. I admire you a lot for doing that, in case it actually matters.

Again, I have no affiliation whatever w/Blind Mice Mall. Indeed, truth be told, I resent the name, but that has to do w/personal issues which are completely my responsibility & nothing whatever to do w/them.
Still, I felt that calling their site inaccessible was ill-informed at best & libelous at worst.

What you did was really stand-up. Not many would've done that.
Congratulations on your integrity of character!

On 9/8/18, Rosemarie Chavarria <knitqueen2007@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi, everyone,



Just want to admit that I was wrong about the blind mice megamall site
not being accessible. I just became a member. To the person who said
that the site is not accessible, you have to look at the form in
browse mode. Then you can fill it out. I looked at the site in both
firefox and internet explorer. This is a great lesson to learn for all
of us--not to jump to conclusions.



Rosemarie









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Re: just became a blind mice megamall member

Jackie
 

That took a lot of courage to admit, Rosemarie, especially on a public
forum. I admire you a lot for doing that, in case it actually matters.

Again, I have no affiliation whatever w/Blind Mice Mall. Indeed, truth
be told, I resent the name, but that has to do w/personal issues which
are completely my responsibility & nothing whatever to do w/them.
Still, I felt that calling their site inaccessible was ill-informed at
best & libelous at worst.

What you did was really stand-up. Not many would've done that.
Congratulations on your integrity of character!

On 9/8/18, Rosemarie Chavarria <knitqueen2007@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi, everyone,



Just want to admit that I was wrong about the blind mice megamall site not
being accessible. I just became a member. To the person who said that the
site is not accessible, you have to look at the form in browse mode. Then
you can fill it out. I looked at the site in both firefox and internet
explorer. This is a great lesson to learn for all of us--not to jump to
conclusions.



Rosemarie








--
Remember! Friends Help Friends Be Cybersafe
Jackie McBride
Helping Cybercrime Victims 1 Person at a Time
https://brighter-vision.com


just became a blind mice megamall member

Rosemarie Chavarria
 

Hi, everyone,

 

Just want to admit that I was wrong about the blind mice megamall site not being accessible. I just became a member. To the person who said that the site is not accessible, you have to look at the form in browse mode. Then you can fill it out. I looked at the site in both firefox and internet explorer. This is a great lesson to learn for all of us--not to jump to conclusions.

 

Rosemarie

 

 


Re: Talking about Tor: Is there any tutorial to use the programme?

Gene
 

That's absurd.  Almost every program I install brings up the can't verify the publisher message.  When I tell the installer to run, my antimalware program does nothing.  I have never had an antimalware program that does.  That is such an incompetent way of trying to determine that a program is malicious that no remotely competently designed program would use it.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, September 08, 2018 3:40 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Talking about Tor: Is there any tutorial to use the programme?

Thats the official definition.

Unoficially it seems to be anything installed on the computer which is
not certified by microsoft, varisign or other previder.

The os for example is never malware, microsoft office documents can be
but microsoft office is not malware.

Anything else and everything else is fair game no matter where it comes
from unless x company sues the security company to stop it.



On 9/9/2018 8:28 AM, Jackie wrote:
> FYI, the most commonly accepted definition of malware as used by
> security pros is software that is installed on a user's computer w/o
> their knowledge or consent.
>
> On 9/8/18, Antony Stone <antony.stone@...> wrote:
>> I think there are better ways of expressing that than saying "every software
>>
>> package you use is malware".
>>
>> Also, why should an anti-virus scanner claim that something that simply
>> hasn't
>> been signed by Microsoft is malware?  Firstly, it has to give a name to the
>>
>> virus or Trojan that has been found in the package, and secondly any scanner
>>
>> which kept giving false positive results would quickly lose reputation to
>> the
>> competition, who search for actual virus code rather than assuming "not
>> signed
>> by Microsoft" = "suspicious".
>>
>>
>> Antony.
>>
>> On Saturday 08 September 2018 at 22:15:45, Shaun Everiss wrote:
>>
>>> Its not me, I was simply pointing out that most software doesn't have a
>>> valid security signature which is why antivirus stuff has issues with it.
>>>
>>> That was my point.
>>>
>>> Only certain software does, my other point was with all the certs being
>>> hacked/lost/released early or whatever that maybe it is not the best to
>>> use especially since a lot of normal non corperate users may not be able
>>> to afford it though I have not seen any proof of this.
>>>
>>> On 9/9/2018 8:08 AM, Antony Stone wrote:
>>>> What on earth is your definition of "malware", Shaun?
>>>>
>>>> Antony.
>>>>
>>>> On Saturday 08 September 2018 at 22:05:05, Shaun Everiss wrote:
>>>>> To be honest, every software package you use is malware.
>>>>>
>>>>> And its not because its malware, ages back microsoft developed a
>>>>> certification system based on signatures.
>>>>>
>>>>> While thats used a lot, its either to expensive or only given to
>>>>> certain
>>>>> companies, microsoft uses it, norton does, some other manufacturers of
>>>>> high profile use it but most of us don't.
>>>>>
>>>>> If your file has a known signature, ie is microsoft software then its
>>>>> fine.
>>>>>
>>>>> If not it needs to be trusted.
>>>>>
>>>>> With the degree of certs being dropped similar to people losing their
>>>>> keys quite a lot not to mention all the ssl issues over the past year
>>>>> or
>>>>> so, my view is that we should simply scrap the siganture security
>>>>> system
>>>>> or at least bring the cost down to a point where people would actually
>>>>> use it.
>>>>>
>>>>> On 9/9/2018 2:40 AM, Mallard wrote:
>>>>>> lol! I wouldn't believe there's a virus in the browser... rather, I'd
>>>>>> think there's a tendency on the part of some antivirus software to
>>>>>> see
>>>>>> a lot of open sourcr or somehow "non-standard" software as
>>>>>> potentially
>>>>>> harmful.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 360 Total Security, which I'm using as an antivirus, kept blocking
>>>>>> NVDA, and it took me a good deal oftime and effort to make it believe
>>>>>> that NVDA is no malware...
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Thanks Gene for your version of Tor. No hurry. Upload whenever you
>>>>>> have time.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Ciao,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Ollie
>> --
>> A user interface is like a joke.
>> If you have to explain it, it means it doesn't work.
>>
>>                                                     Please reply to the
>> list;
>>                                                           please *don't* CC
>> me.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>



Re: Talking about Tor: Is there any tutorial to use the programme?

 

Thats the official definition.

Unoficially it seems to be anything installed on the computer which is not certified by microsoft, varisign or other previder.

The os for example is never malware, microsoft office documents can be but microsoft office is not malware.

Anything else and everything else is fair game no matter where it comes from unless x company sues the security company to stop it.

On 9/9/2018 8:28 AM, Jackie wrote:
FYI, the most commonly accepted definition of malware as used by
security pros is software that is installed on a user's computer w/o
their knowledge or consent.

On 9/8/18, Antony Stone <antony.stone@nvda.open.source.it> wrote:
I think there are better ways of expressing that than saying "every software

package you use is malware".

Also, why should an anti-virus scanner claim that something that simply
hasn't
been signed by Microsoft is malware? Firstly, it has to give a name to the

virus or Trojan that has been found in the package, and secondly any scanner

which kept giving false positive results would quickly lose reputation to
the
competition, who search for actual virus code rather than assuming "not
signed
by Microsoft" = "suspicious".


Antony.

On Saturday 08 September 2018 at 22:15:45, Shaun Everiss wrote:

Its not me, I was simply pointing out that most software doesn't have a
valid security signature which is why antivirus stuff has issues with it.

That was my point.

Only certain software does, my other point was with all the certs being
hacked/lost/released early or whatever that maybe it is not the best to
use especially since a lot of normal non corperate users may not be able
to afford it though I have not seen any proof of this.

On 9/9/2018 8:08 AM, Antony Stone wrote:
What on earth is your definition of "malware", Shaun?

Antony.

On Saturday 08 September 2018 at 22:05:05, Shaun Everiss wrote:
To be honest, every software package you use is malware.

And its not because its malware, ages back microsoft developed a
certification system based on signatures.

While thats used a lot, its either to expensive or only given to
certain
companies, microsoft uses it, norton does, some other manufacturers of
high profile use it but most of us don't.

If your file has a known signature, ie is microsoft software then its
fine.

If not it needs to be trusted.

With the degree of certs being dropped similar to people losing their
keys quite a lot not to mention all the ssl issues over the past year
or
so, my view is that we should simply scrap the siganture security
system
or at least bring the cost down to a point where people would actually
use it.

On 9/9/2018 2:40 AM, Mallard wrote:
lol! I wouldn't believe there's a virus in the browser... rather, I'd
think there's a tendency on the part of some antivirus software to
see
a lot of open sourcr or somehow "non-standard" software as
potentially
harmful.

360 Total Security, which I'm using as an antivirus, kept blocking
NVDA, and it took me a good deal oftime and effort to make it believe
that NVDA is no malware...


Thanks Gene for your version of Tor. No hurry. Upload whenever you
have time.

Ciao,

Ollie
--
A user interface is like a joke.
If you have to explain it, it means it doesn't work.

Please reply to the
list;
please *don't* CC
me.




Re: Talking about Tor: Is there any tutorial to use the programme?

 

To be honest, the way some of the security stuff works I am starting to distrust maybe not completely but at least to a point where if I get a virus I am unsure if it is a virus or a cooked up virus by said software.

For ages this wasn't the case, suddenly over the last 5 years false alarms seem to be as or more proliffic than actual viruses.

In fact 50% of all service calls for computers I have had to do in the past years are to remove or reconfigure software so it doesn't become a problem  for people.

In some cases like bgt the issue is known but others, well who knows.

Some malware is known and thats a given but there are to many mistakes.

Whats the point of the oh mighty massive artificial inteligent cloud protection systems we have, and the supposed huiuiuiuiuige amount of databases for antivirus stuff if they consistantly seem to get it wrong.

A guy like me if he was thinking certain thoughts would wander if security software was wrigged ofcause one hopes the big wigs re not doing this at all, but if it was, it would mean we couldn't trust the software we use.

This could have us buy more software which makes sence, its all legal to a point but since these companies don't seem to care about  their interfaces and the like one assumes they must rely on something, fear maybe who knows to keep people buying their stuff or business.

Some that may just buy it because they think its good.

I don't know what to make of it anymore.

Msse, is the crappiest bit of software aparently, yet it/windows defender seems to find the same false alarms as all the other software I have does and no one seems to be fixing them so one must assume that its not in the best interest to fix this stuff at least for those of us that can't affect said companies finances.

If this is actually true then its sad is all.

I can remember back when a virus or a malware was actually bad, now, there are bad viruses/malwares but your software is also potential malware because your security software tells you it is.

And while I would never turn it off, I have had to resort to excluding bits and in fact entire drive letters from scanning which is really dangerous, but its either that or I get false alarms from this software, and I am unsure where  to trust or go, and no one will admit publically because its probably not in their interest.

This won't go anywhere, from time to time I will blow my top but its not like anyone of note cares so well thats my blowing for 6 months or so.

On 9/9/2018 8:22 AM, Antony Stone wrote:
I think there are better ways of expressing that than saying "every software
package you use is malware".

Also, why should an anti-virus scanner claim that something that simply hasn't
been signed by Microsoft is malware? Firstly, it has to give a name to the
virus or Trojan that has been found in the package, and secondly any scanner
which kept giving false positive results would quickly lose reputation to the
competition, who search for actual virus code rather than assuming "not signed
by Microsoft" = "suspicious".


Antony.

On Saturday 08 September 2018 at 22:15:45, Shaun Everiss wrote:

Its not me, I was simply pointing out that most software doesn't have a
valid security signature which is why antivirus stuff has issues with it.

That was my point.

Only certain software does, my other point was with all the certs being
hacked/lost/released early or whatever that maybe it is not the best to
use especially since a lot of normal non corperate users may not be able
to afford it though I have not seen any proof of this.

On 9/9/2018 8:08 AM, Antony Stone wrote:
What on earth is your definition of "malware", Shaun?

Antony.

On Saturday 08 September 2018 at 22:05:05, Shaun Everiss wrote:
To be honest, every software package you use is malware.

And its not because its malware, ages back microsoft developed a
certification system based on signatures.

While thats used a lot, its either to expensive or only given to certain
companies, microsoft uses it, norton does, some other manufacturers of
high profile use it but most of us don't.

If your file has a known signature, ie is microsoft software then its
fine.

If not it needs to be trusted.

With the degree of certs being dropped similar to people losing their
keys quite a lot not to mention all the ssl issues over the past year or
so, my view is that we should simply scrap the siganture security system
or at least bring the cost down to a point where people would actually
use it.

On 9/9/2018 2:40 AM, Mallard wrote:
lol! I wouldn't believe there's a virus in the browser... rather, I'd
think there's a tendency on the part of some antivirus software to see
a lot of open sourcr or somehow "non-standard" software as potentially
harmful.

360 Total Security, which I'm using as an antivirus, kept blocking
NVDA, and it took me a good deal oftime and effort to make it believe
that NVDA is no malware...


Thanks Gene for your version of Tor. No hurry. Upload whenever you
have time.

Ciao,

Ollie


Re: Talking about Tor: Is there any tutorial to use the programme?

Jackie
 

FYI, the most commonly accepted definition of malware as used by
security pros is software that is installed on a user's computer w/o
their knowledge or consent.

On 9/8/18, Antony Stone <antony.stone@nvda.open.source.it> wrote:
I think there are better ways of expressing that than saying "every software

package you use is malware".

Also, why should an anti-virus scanner claim that something that simply
hasn't
been signed by Microsoft is malware? Firstly, it has to give a name to the

virus or Trojan that has been found in the package, and secondly any scanner

which kept giving false positive results would quickly lose reputation to
the
competition, who search for actual virus code rather than assuming "not
signed
by Microsoft" = "suspicious".


Antony.

On Saturday 08 September 2018 at 22:15:45, Shaun Everiss wrote:

Its not me, I was simply pointing out that most software doesn't have a
valid security signature which is why antivirus stuff has issues with it.

That was my point.

Only certain software does, my other point was with all the certs being
hacked/lost/released early or whatever that maybe it is not the best to
use especially since a lot of normal non corperate users may not be able
to afford it though I have not seen any proof of this.

On 9/9/2018 8:08 AM, Antony Stone wrote:
What on earth is your definition of "malware", Shaun?

Antony.

On Saturday 08 September 2018 at 22:05:05, Shaun Everiss wrote:
To be honest, every software package you use is malware.

And its not because its malware, ages back microsoft developed a
certification system based on signatures.

While thats used a lot, its either to expensive or only given to
certain
companies, microsoft uses it, norton does, some other manufacturers of
high profile use it but most of us don't.

If your file has a known signature, ie is microsoft software then its
fine.

If not it needs to be trusted.

With the degree of certs being dropped similar to people losing their
keys quite a lot not to mention all the ssl issues over the past year
or
so, my view is that we should simply scrap the siganture security
system
or at least bring the cost down to a point where people would actually
use it.

On 9/9/2018 2:40 AM, Mallard wrote:
lol! I wouldn't believe there's a virus in the browser... rather, I'd
think there's a tendency on the part of some antivirus software to
see
a lot of open sourcr or somehow "non-standard" software as
potentially
harmful.

360 Total Security, which I'm using as an antivirus, kept blocking
NVDA, and it took me a good deal oftime and effort to make it believe
that NVDA is no malware...


Thanks Gene for your version of Tor. No hurry. Upload whenever you
have time.

Ciao,

Ollie
--
A user interface is like a joke.
If you have to explain it, it means it doesn't work.

Please reply to the
list;
please *don't* CC
me.



--
Remember! Friends Help Friends Be Cybersafe
Jackie McBride
Helping Cybercrime Victims 1 Person at a Time
https://brighter-vision.com


Re: Talking about Tor: Is there any tutorial to use the programme?

Antony Stone
 

I think there are better ways of expressing that than saying "every software
package you use is malware".

Also, why should an anti-virus scanner claim that something that simply hasn't
been signed by Microsoft is malware? Firstly, it has to give a name to the
virus or Trojan that has been found in the package, and secondly any scanner
which kept giving false positive results would quickly lose reputation to the
competition, who search for actual virus code rather than assuming "not signed
by Microsoft" = "suspicious".


Antony.

On Saturday 08 September 2018 at 22:15:45, Shaun Everiss wrote:

Its not me, I was simply pointing out that most software doesn't have a
valid security signature which is why antivirus stuff has issues with it.

That was my point.

Only certain software does, my other point was with all the certs being
hacked/lost/released early or whatever that maybe it is not the best to
use especially since a lot of normal non corperate users may not be able
to afford it though I have not seen any proof of this.

On 9/9/2018 8:08 AM, Antony Stone wrote:
What on earth is your definition of "malware", Shaun?

Antony.

On Saturday 08 September 2018 at 22:05:05, Shaun Everiss wrote:
To be honest, every software package you use is malware.

And its not because its malware, ages back microsoft developed a
certification system based on signatures.

While thats used a lot, its either to expensive or only given to certain
companies, microsoft uses it, norton does, some other manufacturers of
high profile use it but most of us don't.

If your file has a known signature, ie is microsoft software then its
fine.

If not it needs to be trusted.

With the degree of certs being dropped similar to people losing their
keys quite a lot not to mention all the ssl issues over the past year or
so, my view is that we should simply scrap the siganture security system
or at least bring the cost down to a point where people would actually
use it.

On 9/9/2018 2:40 AM, Mallard wrote:
lol! I wouldn't believe there's a virus in the browser... rather, I'd
think there's a tendency on the part of some antivirus software to see
a lot of open sourcr or somehow "non-standard" software as potentially
harmful.

360 Total Security, which I'm using as an antivirus, kept blocking
NVDA, and it took me a good deal oftime and effort to make it believe
that NVDA is no malware...


Thanks Gene for your version of Tor. No hurry. Upload whenever you
have time.

Ciao,

Ollie
--
A user interface is like a joke.
If you have to explain it, it means it doesn't work.

Please reply to the list;
please *don't* CC me.


Re: Talking about Tor: Is there any tutorial to use the programme?

 

Its not me, I was simply pointing out that most software doesn't have a valid security signature which is why antivirus stuff has issues with it.

That was my point.

Only certain software does, my other point was with all the certs being hacked/lost/released early or whatever that maybe it is not the best to use especially since a lot of normal non corperate users may not be able to afford it though I have not seen any proof of this.

On 9/9/2018 8:08 AM, Antony Stone wrote:
What on earth is your definition of "malware", Shaun?

Antony.

On Saturday 08 September 2018 at 22:05:05, Shaun Everiss wrote:

To be honest, every software package you use is malware.

And its not because its malware, ages back microsoft developed a
certification system based on signatures.

While thats used a lot, its either to expensive or only given to certain
companies, microsoft uses it, norton does, some other manufacturers of
high profile use it but most of us don't.

If your file has a known signature, ie is microsoft software then its fine.

If not it needs to be trusted.

With the degree of certs being dropped similar to people losing their
keys quite a lot not to mention all the ssl issues over the past year or
so, my view is that we should simply scrap the siganture security system
or at least bring the cost down to a point where people would actually
use it.

On 9/9/2018 2:40 AM, Mallard wrote:
lol! I wouldn't believe there's a virus in the browser... rather, I'd
think there's a tendency on the part of some antivirus software to see
a lot of open sourcr or somehow "non-standard" software as potentially
harmful.

360 Total Security, which I'm using as an antivirus, kept blocking
NVDA, and it took me a good deal oftime and effort to make it believe
that NVDA is no malware...


Thanks Gene for your version of Tor. No hurry. Upload whenever you
have time.

Ciao,

Ollie


Re: Talking about Tor: Is there any tutorial to use the programme?

Antony Stone
 

What on earth is your definition of "malware", Shaun?

Antony.

On Saturday 08 September 2018 at 22:05:05, Shaun Everiss wrote:

To be honest, every software package you use is malware.

And its not because its malware, ages back microsoft developed a
certification system based on signatures.

While thats used a lot, its either to expensive or only given to certain
companies, microsoft uses it, norton does, some other manufacturers of
high profile use it but most of us don't.

If your file has a known signature, ie is microsoft software then its fine.

If not it needs to be trusted.

With the degree of certs being dropped similar to people losing their
keys quite a lot not to mention all the ssl issues over the past year or
so, my view is that we should simply scrap the siganture security system
or at least bring the cost down to a point where people would actually
use it.

On 9/9/2018 2:40 AM, Mallard wrote:
lol! I wouldn't believe there's a virus in the browser... rather, I'd
think there's a tendency on the part of some antivirus software to see
a lot of open sourcr or somehow "non-standard" software as potentially
harmful.

360 Total Security, which I'm using as an antivirus, kept blocking
NVDA, and it took me a good deal oftime and effort to make it believe
that NVDA is no malware...


Thanks Gene for your version of Tor. No hurry. Upload whenever you
have time.

Ciao,

Ollie
--
I'm not impossible, just highly implausible.

Please reply to the list;
please *don't* CC me.


Re: Talking about Tor: Is there any tutorial to use the programme?

 

To be honest, every software package you use is malware.

And its not because its malware, ages back microsoft developed a certification system based on signatures.

While thats used a lot, its either to expensive or only given to certain companies, microsoft uses it, norton does, some other manufacturers of high profile use it but most of us don't.

If your file has a known signature, ie is microsoft software then its fine.

If not it needs to be trusted.

With the degree of certs being dropped similar to people losing their keys quite a lot not to mention all the ssl issues over the past year or so, my view is that we should simply scrap the siganture security system or at least bring the cost down to a point where people would actually use it.

On 9/9/2018 2:40 AM, Mallard wrote:
lol! I wouldn't believe there's a virus in the browser... rather, I'd think there's a tendency on the part of some antivirus software to see a lot of open sourcr or somehow "non-standard" software as potentially harmful.

360 Total Security, which I'm using as an antivirus, kept blocking NVDA, and it took me a good deal oftime and effort to make it believe that NVDA is no malware...


Thanks Gene for your version of Tor. No hurry. Upload whenever you have time.

Ciao,

Ollie





Il 08/09/2018 15:24, Mr. Wong Chi Wai, William ha scritto:
Well, please don't spread miss leading information.
If you encounter virus, this is certainly not the problem of the browser , may be you have downloaded from non-trustful sources or may be the person has virus  already in his computer, etc. but there is nothing do with the browser itself.

Gene 於 8/9/2018 8:41 寫道:
You don't have to use it on the dark web nor with any unscrupulous sites.  It's intended use is to allow people who want to browse and make it vary hard to be tracked to do so. You can open any site you wish.  It is especially useful, from what I've read, for people living in countries where the Internet is censored.  You can see sites that are censored because you are using the server Tor provides and not using your Internet provider's server.  It is also much harder to track you.
Don't be frightened by the negative comments in this thread. Read the information on the web site and of course, if you want more information or to verify what you have read, there are all sorts of places to find information.  I'm sure Wikipedia has a comprehensive article about the Tor browser.
Also, I'll put the version in my Drop box account that I was talking about earlier today.  I'll do so either tonight or tomorrow.
Gene
----- Original Message -----
*From:* 特種兵 <mailto:afreettears@gmail.com>
*Sent:* Friday, September 07, 2018 7:15 PM
*To:* nvda@nvda.groups.io <mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io>
*Subject:* Re: [nvda] Talking about Tor: Is there any tutorial to use the programme?


   It gave me a bad impression, because the first time I saw him was
because my friend had a virus, and the file "readme" said that it would
use this browser to open a web page and pay them.
because The virus encoding your file.
   I hope that you will not encounter this situation, and don't be
stupid enough to pay, because you can't guarantee that they will return
the decoding file to you.
   I have seen this virus two or three times, so I don't like this
browser very much. It always makes me think that it is also an accomplice.

thank you for much
Logo Kuo from Taiwan

tim 於 2018/09/08 7:41 寫道:
take it from someone that uses that browser. Don’t use it on
windows you do not have enough protection to be safe.
It is used for dark web browser and every site will track you. If
you do want to use it on any op use a VPN.
I would check it on youtube search for dark web or deep web. You
will find stuff that is past real and is not tv.
Also don’t use any credit cards they mostly use crept coin.

On Sep 7, 2018, at 5:48 PM, Sarah k Alawami <marrie12@gmail.com
<mailto:marrie12@gmail.com>> wrote:

When I used it as a proxy, it was very slow. That is the nature
of the browser, and it is just something we will have to deal with. No matter how many prophecies are online, it will still be slow. I was only getting maybe about 128kbps down and up. It was beautiful.


On September 7, 2018 11:13:18 "Mallard" <mallard@kimabe.eu
<mailto:mallard@kimabe.eu>> wrote:

Ciao Lino,


I tried a few years ago, but it slowed my machine down so much,
that I
gave up. I thought it was me doing something wrong, but then I
had a
much slower computer, with only a couple gb of ram...

Quack-Quadk,

Ollie The Duck





Il 07/09/2018 19:57, Lino Morales ha scritto:
What up Duck. From what I’ve been told Tore works like Firefox or
Waterfox. I’ve thought about using it myself a while. Have fun and
happy downloading.

Sent from Mail <https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=550986>
for
Windows 10

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*From:* nvda@nvda.groups.io <mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io>
<nvda@nvda.groups.io <mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io>> on behalf of Mallard
<mallard@kimabe.eu <mailto:mallard@kimabe.eu>>
*Sent:* Friday, September 7, 2018 4:26:10 AM
*To:* nvda@nvda.groups.io <mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io>
*Subject:* [nvda] Talking about Tor: Is there any tutorial to
use the
programme?
Hello list,

I've been wanting to use Tor for a whle, more out of curiosity
than of
real need, but have never found anyone to give me clues.

Is there any tutorial available, possibly in text, but also in
audio for
lack of text?

Thanks in advance for any help you can give.
Ciao,
Ollie










Re: Talking about Tor: Is there any tutorial to use the programme?

Mallard
 

Thanks a lot. I've downloaded it.

Ciao, take care!

O&O

Il 08/09/2018 18:19, Gene ha scritto:
Here is the link to what may be the last accessible version of the Tor browser currently.  I'm not saying the current or later versions won't become accessible, but at present the current version may not be.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/cfl7rgvn4cz9y43/torbrowser-install-7.5.4_en-US.exe?dl=1
Gene


Question about Dictation Bridge

Terrie Terlau <terrieter@...>
 

Hello everyone,

My Name is Terrie Terlau from Kentucky in the United States. I just joined this list and am hoping someone can help me get started using Dictation Bridge. I have installed the plugin.  In the NVDA Tools menu, I see Install Dragon Commands. Does this mean that I need Dragon? If so, could someone tell me what version of Dragon works best with Dictation Bridge. I am running Windows 7 and the latest version of NVDA. Dragon should I get

Thank you very much for your help!

Best regards,

Terrie Terlau

terrieter@...

 

 

 


Re: Talking about Tor: Is there any tutorial to use the programme?

Gene
 

Here is the link to what may be the last accessible version of the Tor browser currently.  I'm not saying the current or later versions won't become accessible, but at present the current version may not be.
 
Gene
 


Re: latest nvda that works on windows xp?

Howard Traxler <howard@...>
 

Hello The Wolf,

You mentioned making a linux box. I'd like to do that with one of my old ones. Can you point me to stuff to read so I can learn how to do it? Thanks.

Howard

----- Original Message -----
From: "The Wolf" <hank.smith966@gmail.com>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Saturday, September 08, 2018 12:59 AM
Subject: [nvda] latest nvda that works on windows xp?


Helolo a neighbor gave me her old windows xp machine and I need to get the music and other stuff off her machine that she wants

can any one tell me what is the latest version of nvda works with xp and if some one could direct me to a portable version of it?

I plan on at least trying to put windows7 on to this machine I have no plans on keeping windows xp on the machine

if windows7 will not run I will turn it in to a linux box or something

thanks

Hank


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Re: Expand combo boxes in Tapin Radio scheduler

Peter Beasley
 

                Tell him to try alt down arrow.

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: George McCoy
Sent: 08 September 2018 16:21
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Expand combo boxes in Tapin Radio scheduler

 

A friend of mine is running the last free version of Tapin Radio with

recording capability, version 10, I think.

 

He can't expand the combo box in the scheduler that allows him to pick

the day of the week.

 

Can anyone help?

 

 

Thanks very much,

 

George

 

 

 

 


Expand combo boxes in Tapin Radio scheduler

George McCoy <slr1bpz@...>
 

A friend of mine is running the last free version of Tapin Radio with recording capability, version 10, I think.

He can't expand the combo box in the scheduler that allows him to pick the day of the week.

Can anyone help?


Thanks very much,

George


Re: Talking about Tor: Is there any tutorial to use the programme?

Mallard
 

lol! I wouldn't believe there's a virus in the browser... rather, I'd think there's a tendency on the part of some antivirus software to see a lot of open sourcr or somehow "non-standard" software as potentially harmful.

360 Total Security, which I'm using as an antivirus, kept blocking NVDA, and it took me a good deal oftime and effort to make it believe that NVDA is no malware...


Thanks Gene for your version of Tor. No hurry. Upload whenever you have time.

Ciao,

Ollie

Il 08/09/2018 15:24, Mr. Wong Chi Wai, William ha scritto:
Well, please don't spread miss leading information.
If you encounter virus, this is certainly not the problem of the browser , may be you have downloaded from non-trustful sources or may be the person has virus  already in his computer, etc. but there is nothing do with the browser itself.

Gene 於 8/9/2018 8:41 寫道:
You don't have to use it on the dark web nor with any unscrupulous sites.  It's intended use is to allow people who want to browse and make it vary hard to be tracked to do so. You can open any site you wish.  It is especially useful, from what I've read, for people living in countries where the Internet is censored.  You can see sites that are censored because you are using the server Tor provides and not using your Internet provider's server.  It is also much harder to track you.
Don't be frightened by the negative comments in this thread.  Read the information on the web site and of course, if you want more information or to verify what you have read, there are all sorts of places to find information.  I'm sure Wikipedia has a comprehensive article about the Tor browser.
Also, I'll put the version in my Drop box account that I was talking about earlier today.  I'll do so either tonight or tomorrow.
Gene
----- Original Message -----
*From:* 特種兵 <mailto:afreettears@gmail.com>
*Sent:* Friday, September 07, 2018 7:15 PM
*To:* nvda@nvda.groups.io <mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io>
*Subject:* Re: [nvda] Talking about Tor: Is there any tutorial to use the programme?


   It gave me a bad impression, because the first time I saw him was
because my friend had a virus, and the file "readme" said that it would
use this browser to open a web page and pay them.
because The virus encoding your file.
   I hope that you will not encounter this situation, and don't be
stupid enough to pay, because you can't guarantee that they will return
the decoding file to you.
   I have seen this virus two or three times, so I don't like this
browser very much. It always makes me think that it is also an accomplice.

thank you for much
Logo Kuo from Taiwan

tim 於 2018/09/08 7:41 寫道:
take it from someone that uses that browser. Don’t use it on
windows you do not have enough protection to be safe.
It is used for dark web browser and every site will track you. If
you do want to use it on any op use a VPN.
I would check it on youtube search for dark web or deep web. You
will find stuff that is past real and is not tv.
Also don’t use any credit cards they mostly use crept coin.

On Sep 7, 2018, at 5:48 PM, Sarah k Alawami <marrie12@gmail.com
<mailto:marrie12@gmail.com>> wrote:

When I used it as a proxy, it was very slow. That is the nature of
the browser, and it is just something we will have to deal with. No matter how many prophecies are online, it will still be slow. I was only getting maybe about 128kbps down and up. It was beautiful.


On September 7, 2018 11:13:18 "Mallard" <mallard@kimabe.eu
<mailto:mallard@kimabe.eu>> wrote:

Ciao Lino,


I tried a few years ago, but it slowed my machine down so much,
that I
gave up. I thought it was me doing something wrong, but then I had a
much slower computer, with only a couple gb of ram...

Quack-Quadk,

Ollie The Duck





Il 07/09/2018 19:57, Lino Morales ha scritto:
What up Duck. From what I’ve been told Tore works like Firefox or
Waterfox. I’ve thought about using it myself a while. Have fun and
happy downloading.

Sent from Mail <https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=550986> for
Windows 10

------------------------------------------------------------------------
*From:* nvda@nvda.groups.io <mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io>
<nvda@nvda.groups.io <mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io>> on behalf of Mallard
<mallard@kimabe.eu <mailto:mallard@kimabe.eu>>
*Sent:* Friday, September 7, 2018 4:26:10 AM
*To:* nvda@nvda.groups.io <mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io>
*Subject:* [nvda] Talking about Tor: Is there any tutorial to
use the
programme?
Hello list,

I've been wanting to use Tor for a whle, more out of curiosity
than of
real need, but have never found anyone to give me clues.

Is there any tutorial available, possibly in text, but also in
audio for
lack of text?

Thanks in advance for any help you can give.
Ciao,
Ollie








Re: NVDA and Tor browser

Aman Singer
 

Hi,

Yes, tor browser updates are automatic. You can, to my knowledge, disable them in the same way as from Firefox itself, tools, options, advanced, updates, never check for updates.
I hope that's of use.
Aman

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of zahra
Sent: Friday, September 07, 2018 11:11 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA and Tor browser

hi.
is updating for toor automatic or not?
if it is, is there a setting to turn automatic update off like preferences of firefox?
thanks.

On 9/7/18, Aman Singer <aman.singer@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi,

This has already been reported
https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/ticket/27503
I'm not sure whether it can be repaired at the TOR browser end, but
they do seem to be aware of it. It is still possible to download the
older Tor Browser 7.x and then rename the updater.exe file so that
updates don't happen. Obviously, this is not a permanent or reasonable
solution, but it works for now.
Aman


-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of
Mr. Wong Chi Wai, William
Sent: Thursday, September 06, 2018 9:01 PM
To: NVDA Groups.io mailing list email <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Subject: [nvda] NVDA and Tor browser

Hi all,
Just yesterday, Tor browser was updated to 8.0 and after the upgrade,
NVDA became totally inaccessible with the browser.
I am not sure if this is the problem that Tor has upgraded the
underlying Firefox to Esr 60.2 and any possible fix for this at this moment?

Thanks.










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By God,
were I given all the seven heavens
with all they contain
in order that
I may disobey God
by depriving an ant
from the husk of a grain of barley,
I would not do it.
imam ali


Re: Talking about Tor: Is there any tutorial to use the programme?

Mr. Wong Chi Wai, William <cwwong.pro@...>
 

Well, please don't spread miss leading information.
If you encounter virus, this is certainly not the problem of the browser , may be you have downloaded from non-trustful sources or may be the person has virus  already in his computer, etc. but there is nothing do with the browser itself.

Gene 於 8/9/2018 8:41 寫道:

You don't have to use it on the dark web nor with any unscrupulous sites.  It's intended use is to allow people who want to browse and make it vary hard to be tracked to do so.  You can open any site you wish.  It is especially useful, from what I've read, for people living in countries where the Internet is censored.  You can see sites that are censored because you are using the server Tor provides and not using your Internet provider's server.  It is also much harder to track you.
 
Don't be frightened by the negative comments in this thread.  Read the information on the web site and of course, if you want more information or to verify what you have read, there are all sorts of places to find information.  I'm sure Wikipedia has a comprehensive article about the Tor browser.
 
Also, I'll put the version in my Drop box account that I was talking about earlier today.  I'll do so either tonight or tomorrow.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: 特種兵
Sent: Friday, September 07, 2018 7:15 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Talking about Tor: Is there any tutorial to use the programme?


   It gave me a bad impression, because the first time I saw him was
because my friend had a virus, and the file "readme" said that it would
use this browser to open a web page and pay them.
because The virus encoding your file.
   I hope that you will not encounter this situation, and don't be
stupid enough to pay, because you can't guarantee that they will return
the decoding file to you.
   I have seen this virus two or three times, so I don't like this
browser very much. It always makes me think that it is also an accomplice.

thank you for much
Logo Kuo from Taiwan

tim 於 2018/09/08 7:41 寫道:
> take it from someone that uses that browser. Don’t use it on windows you do not have enough protection to be safe.
> It is used for dark web browser and every site will track you. If you do want to use it on any op use a VPN.
> I would check it on youtube search for dark web or deep web. You will find stuff that is past real and is not tv.
> Also don’t use any credit cards they mostly use crept coin.
>
>> On Sep 7, 2018, at 5:48 PM, Sarah k Alawami <marrie12@...> wrote:
>>
>> When I used it as a proxy, it was very slow. That is the nature of the browser, and it is just something we will have to deal with. No matter how many prophecies are online, it will still be slow. I was only getting maybe about 128kbps down and up. It was beautiful.
>>
>>
>> On September 7, 2018 11:13:18 "Mallard" <mallard@...> wrote:
>>
>>> Ciao Lino,
>>>
>>>
>>> I tried a few years ago, but it slowed my machine down so much, that I
>>> gave up. I thought it was me doing something wrong, but then I had a
>>> much slower computer, with only a couple gb of ram...
>>>
>>> Quack-Quadk,
>>>
>>> Ollie The Duck
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Il 07/09/2018 19:57, Lino Morales ha scritto:
>>>> What up Duck. From what I’ve been told Tore works like Firefox or
>>>> Waterfox. I’ve thought about using it myself a while. Have fun and
>>>> happy downloading.
>>>>
>>>> Sent from Mail <https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=550986> for
>>>> Windows 10
>>>>
>>>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>>> *From:* nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> on behalf of Mallard
>>>> <mallard@...>
>>>> *Sent:* Friday, September 7, 2018 4:26:10 AM
>>>> *To:* nvda@nvda.groups.io
>>>> *Subject:* [nvda] Talking about Tor: Is there any tutorial to use the
>>>> programme?
>>>> Hello list,
>>>>
>>>> I've been wanting to use Tor for a whle, more out of curiosity than of
>>>> real need, but have never found anyone to give me clues.
>>>>
>>>> Is there any tutorial available, possibly in text, but also in audio for
>>>> lack of text?
>>>>
>>>> Thanks in advance for any help you can give.
>>>> Ciao,
>>>> Ollie
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>
>
>