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About Galileusz

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  1. Enter what I wrote into the hosts file and check. This is assigning the name to the ip address rigidly.
  2. This may be a problem with DNS name resolution. Try adding the line to the hosts file (C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc) and check the connection again. If the problem ceases, you must change the DNS server in the options of the network adapter.
  3. Maxthon and Stylish

    Thanks Tony, your first way helped
  4. After upgrading Mx to the newest version, Stylish stopped working.
  5. Works well. Set yourself a custom user agent
  6. Load Unsafe script ? WTH...

    In that case, tell me why the prompt is on the youtube site, where everything is loaded via https. And why can not find out, what script is responsible for it.
  7. Load Unsafe script ? WTH...

    I've already written about it here and @pantantrollo confirmed this. My system is Windows 7 64 bit.
  8. Your account is abnormal

    It's possible, because apart from logging problem, I have also a problem with the forum. Reloading (or two) helps for some time.
  9. Your account is abnormal

    I did not change anything (pass, email, etc.) and I also have this problem. When I close Mx and run again, this message appears from time to time. Re-logging resolves the problem for some time
  10. Unsafe script

    From time to time, such an icon appears in my MX. It's good that Maxthon blocks untrusted scripts, but it could display what script it applies to. How can you click "Load unsafe script" if you do not know what it is. I can see it on other websites too !!! My version of Maxthon is
  11. BugSir006 (she was on the forum today) often takes part in the discussion, but somehow it's hard for her to answer security questions. This is not the first time that security questions remain unanswered
  12. CSS Exfil Protection

    CSS Exfil Protection is a browser extension for Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome that protects data against CSS Exfil attacks. What is this CSS vulnerability again? The CSS Exfil vulnerability detailed in this lengthy post is a method attackers can use to steal data from web pages using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). CSS - one of the building blocks of the modern web - is used by developers to control the look-and-feel of a website and is present on nearly every modern page on the internet. By crafting targeted CSS selectors and injecting them into a web page, an attacker can trick the page into sending pieces of data to a remote server (e.g. usernames, passwords, and sensitive data such as date of birth, social security numbers, and credit card numbers). The vulnerability test can be checked on this page: Would it be possible to adapt this plugin for Maxthon?
  13. MX UI issues... let's make a list!

    In that case, I need to reinstall Maxthon