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Will they do it even if I don't use Chrome ;)

Oh, BTW, depending on which apps you use... Yes!

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These days, many Android apps are nothing more than a website loaded inside the WebView component -- a stripped-down version of Chrome.

Same source, as above.  ;)
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Bwahahahahaha! Google is on a roll now...  :))

Google halts Chrome 79 rollout on Android after bug deletes user data
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Google devs "forgot" to move some user data during the Chrome 78 to Chrome 79 update process[...]

When Chrome 79 started rolling out, these apps lost access to all the files and data saved inside the old Chrome 78 localStorage and WebSQL folders.

App users lost data, settings, files, and even access to their accounts.

"When I say 'broken,' I mean that their encrypted login information has been wiped and they can't remember their credentials (and resetting them are practically impossible in the case of our app)," said the developer of a mobile cash management app. In his case, over 250,000 users have been affected already, with two million more facing a similar problem in the coming days. However, he is not alone. There are countless other Android app developers who are facing similar issues.

SOURCE: https://is.gd/1omYAq
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Software & Applications / Re: Strike Suit Zero (via Steam) crashes
« Last post by Brotherred on Today at 12:18:59 am »
That did it. It seems sorta random and I think that from the liberties that I am pulling down and that my update is not yet finished, it might be more about sqlite libraries.

Regards.

Sent from my moto e5 play using Tapatalk

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General Discussion / Re: FF Multi Converter
« Last post by opiumpoetry on December 15, 2019, 08:05:32 pm »
Funny thing ... I just found out that FF Multi Converter depends on Libreoffice. I just unisntalled Libreoffice cuz it's become too damn slow as of Dec. 2019 and installed FreeOffice instead. But I did find this perfectly good replacement for FF Multi called Curlew https://sourceforge.net/projects/curlew/
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Installation / Re: Installation does not finiz at the end
« Last post by sisqonrw on December 15, 2019, 05:12:39 pm »
hi,

where can i type it?
how can i go there?

there is no OS on this notebook.
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Yup. They're rascals.

For shiggles, I disabled "Location History" on my Android 9 phone, a couple of days ago - which tracks and records every move one makes, and furnishes it to law enforcement agencies, for the flimsiest warrant requests.

EXTRA CREDIT READING: https://is.gd/yoEquy

My phone lost most if its functionality, so I ended up having to re-enable it.

Google has trained us well.   ::)
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Will they do it even if I don't use Chrome ;)
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Hardware / Re: Airmouse freezes the desktop
« Last post by PCNetSpec on December 15, 2019, 04:03:42 pm »
To manually upgrade PM9 to PM10 but without updating to the HWE kernel and xorg stack, see here:
https://forum.peppermintos.com/index.php/topic,8442.msg86655.html#msg86655
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Installation / Re: Installation does not finiz at the end
« Last post by PCNetSpec on December 15, 2019, 03:56:58 pm »
Do you know how to add a kernel boot parameter ?

if so adding these 2 parameters:-

pci=noaer pcie_aspm=off

does it install now ?
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General Discussion / Chrome Will AUTOMATICALLY Scan Your Passwords Against Data Breaches
« Last post by VinDSL on December 15, 2019, 03:23:13 pm »
@ Google Chrome Users

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Google figures that since it has a big (encrypted) database of all your passwords, it might as well compare them against a 4-billion-strong public list of compromised usernames and passwords [...]

SOURCE: https://is.gd/uTR1lj
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