For a Turkish user, 'i' does not capitalize to 'I' but to dotted I (which anything but slashdot can display), while 'I' lowercases to undotted i. Now go make a checkout within the Turkish locale and try to read it within any other locale (typically, a different user or a different machine in the network).
This malware relies on weakness in wetware rather than software. No general-purpose operating system can save you from PEBKAC issues, at most partially mitigate them. Unix-style execute bit rather than Windows' extensions reduces the number of vulnerable idiots by like 2-3 orders of magnitude, but you can bet that if the webpage kindly provides instructions, a good number of marks will still manage to get infected.
It did find only 60 out of 221 fonts installed on my system, but that's still good enough for some serious fingerprinting.
Except, have you read his holy book? He's doing exactly as commanded, that's why his imam finds it hard to protest. The whole idea that "jihad" might mean something else than murdering and subjugating non-believers is an invention of an 11th century scholar, with no basis in the Koran.
There's a large amount of people who self-identify as Muslims yet find jihad to be abhorrent. That doesn't make the Koran any better, though -- it just makes those people not evil, unlike what their holy book demands. You're confusing the Koran with the Bible -- the latter is a large collection of often unrelated works, with hardly any internal consistency. Try for example Psalms 82:1 which says "Jahveh sits on the court of the God of Gods, and passes judgmements to other gods in his name." -- it's really interesting how various translations try to wiggle this statement around towards the current religion. The Koran has no issues of this kind: it's a highly consistent work edited by one man (Uthman) (ok, ok, plus a bunch of scribes doing his bidding). It does deliver a consistent message -- and I really don't like what the message says.
The problem is not in fonts (on non-embedded there's no such thing as too many good fonts!), but in letting a random webpage poke that deeply into your system.
The message "No Flash or Java fonts detected" suggests who the culprits are. Flash belongs behind FlashBlock, Java belongs in
Hmm... let's check if there are any democrites on the bribe list. It looks like AT&T has only a small bias towards repugnicans.
So set your hinting to vertical, duh. Any OS but Windows supports that.
Except that this test image has just a face and part of a shoulder, without any naughty bits. Not even erotic at all.
It's a good test image because it catches both distortions of detail and color damage to areas with a gentle gradient.
He will get targeted ads, yes. He'll also click on them again (at least from the advertiser's point of view). All while not being aware of the ads' existence because they're being blocked!
It takes just one of those elite hackers literate enough to read about this.
3200 Gpc? Er... how's that possible in a ball of radius 14.3Gpc (4.2Gpc before counting expansion)? Unless you lost ^3 somewhere.
The fork is called "Devuan", pronounced "DevOne". A website is up on https://devuan.org/ with more information."
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You want to lose weight? Stop stuffing your pie hole.
Both of these diet fads, low-carb and low-fat, fail at providing balanced food intake. An unhealthy diet can make you lose weight fast, but that's not a good idea.
He had 20 mil worth of Bitcoins? He should have sold them all himself and then fled the country.
Unlike the US marshals, Dread Pirate Roberts has a sense of decency.