It is rapidly getting to the stage that the 'secure' padlock in your browser means nothing. Get your self a blanket, find a cave; and crawl into it. Don't bring your computer.
on 04/13/2010 – Made popular on 04/13/2010
I am working on a software involving IPTV which has the following requirements:
The browser is Opera loaded on Philips TV. The browser has "Enable Cross Network Navigation" turned off.
The homepage of the app is loaded from a www location.
At some stage, the app needs to load images from a server (Apache/Tomcat) on the LAN
The issue is that the browser denies to load the resources on LAN.
In the face of widespread Internet surveillance, we need a secure and practical means of talking to each other from our phones and computers. Many companies offer secure messaging productsbut are these systems actually secure?
Please everyone check out the new app my friend and I made called Cave In by beardicus. Its a fun survival game where you try to avoid stalactites falling as the cave falls down around you. It is a simple and fun addicting game that will keep you coming back for more! I would really appreciate everyone's help! Let me know what you think about it and if you think it could be better in anyway!
I manage the computers in our local youth house. I've made an new account and changed the ownership of the desktop folder and icons so they couldn't be edited or removed. Now there's appearing a padlock icon next to every thumbnail. Is there a way to hide those icons without changing the permissions? They are very confusing for some of our members.
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