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Let me start off by saying this seems to be a random problem that started happening to people as far back as 2017
I am running Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Version 10.0.19042 Build 19042
I have been trying to fix a problem that happened after I updated windows. It has consumed me for weeks now and I just can't explain enough how pissed off I am about Microsoft not fixing or taking responsibilities for their fuck ups.
I am facing this strange issue that started since I updated to the latest build ( creators update) as I am now unable to run any exe files from my USB removable storage... I can save, copy, paste, rename, and open all kinds of files from the 10TB USB drive, I just can't execute an exe file. This error that appears is: "Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item."
If I move the exe to the local disk, then I can run it with no issues...
If I take a working exe file from the C drive, and paste it to the external 10TB USB drive, then it won't run from there!!
This is driving me out of my fucking mind! I tried all the registry and group policy settings related to removable storage... and also checked NTFS permissions (I gave everyone full permissions) still could not solve this...
It is even happening on a brand new USB flash formatted with the FAT32 file system, meaning there are no NTFS permissions on the drive. yet a permission error message is coming!!
If I plug the same drive which I can't run files from, into another computer running Windows 7, then I can run the exe files there... the problem is definitely in my Windows 10 Pro OS and not in the storage. This is a problem that Microsoft refuses to acknowledge.
Sooner or later it will happen to you if you run out of space and try to use an external USB hard drive. Makes you feel like your hard-earned money does not mean shit to the fuck head programmers at Microsoft.
PHUCK YOU MICROSOFT!
I would like to punch Bill Fuckface Gates right in his Scrotum!
I solved this problem by wasting my time doing a clean install and spending days re-installing all my applications and forever looking up each and every one of my registration numbers and logging into every provider I have bought software from which is a fuckn' lot lot lot! I absolutely hate Microsoft for being such jack-legged pieces of SHIT!
has authorized your internet service provider to spy on you. The right was enshrined by a 2017 act of Congress that canceled anti-spying regulations enacted by the Obama-era Federal Communications Commission. Today, your ISP can log into every place you go online and use that data any way it wants, such as building user profiles for its own or other companies’ advertising platforms.
But ISPs’ most powerful spying tool is now easy to block, by encrypting what’s called a DNS request—a bit of data that announces the websites you visit. Mozilla’s Firefox browser already offers DNS encryption as an option, and it’s about to turn it on by default in the coming days or weeks. This protects you not only from a snooping ISP but also from a hacker who wants to watch your surfing or even redirect you to bogus sites containing malware.
Google also plans to make DNS encryption possible in its Chrome web browser and Android operating system, although in a much slower fashion that involves coordinating with the internet service providers. Nevertheless, ISPs recently sent a letter to six House and Senate Committees asking them to stop Google from moving forward. News site Motherboard also unearthed a misleading slide deck that Comcast lobbyists are using to sway politicians.
Today, Comcast published a post announcing that it does not track the websites customers visit or the apps they use. Comcast further says that it doesn’t build profiles and has never sold user information. These are all voluntary measures, however. There’s no law or regulation (at least at the national level) to prevent an ISP from doing any of this.
THE SKINNY ON DNS While the politics play out, you can take simple steps right now to secure your surfing. Here’s a quick explanation of how DNS works, and how to encrypt it.
Typing “Google.com” into your browser means nothing to the internet, which needs a numerical IP address like 220.127.116.11 in order to find Google’s web servers, which host its site. To resolve the problem, your browser first visits a domain name system (DNS) server, which maintains a lookup table of web domains and their corresponding IP addresses. By default, your computer (or phone or tablet) uses the DNS server provided by your ISP, giving the company a handy list of all the sites you visit.
The privacy solution is called DNS over HTTPS, which uses the same encryption that secures your connections to most websites. (You can spot those web addresses because they start with “HTTPS” and are designated by a lock icon.) Mozilla is the furthest along, introducing both the encryption technology and an encrypted DNS service provider, run by cloud computing company Cloudflare. The latter has agreed to purge any data it collects and not provide it to any other parties. Mozilla is close to signing on additional DNS providers under the same terms, says Marshall Erwin, senior director of trust and security at Mozilla.
SETTING IT UP The easiest fix is to use the Firefox browser, as the switchover to DNS over HTTPS is about to start. If you just can’t wait, or you want to use another browser, here’s what to do.
On the desktop
To enable DNS encryption in Firefox, click the “hamburger” (three horizontal lines) icon on the upper right of the program window. Click Preferences > General > Network Settings, scroll to the bottom of the popup window and check the box next to “Enable DNS over HTTPS.”
Just check a box to enable (or disable) DNS over HTTPS in Firefox. If you prefer another browser, you’ll need to change the DNS settings in your computer’s operating system. Cloudflare offers detailed instructions for Windows, Mac, and Linux. While the instructions are straightforward, bear in mind that making a mistake here could knock your whole system offline until you figure out what you did wrong.
On mobile devices
It doesn’t matter what browser you use on Android or iOS devices. Cloudflare provides a free app called 18.104.22.168 that automatically shifts all of your internet-connected apps (not just browsers) to its encrypted DNS service. The 22.214.171.124 app also provides a free virtual private network (VPN) that encrypts all your internet traffic, protecting you even more from snoops and hackers.
This article has been updated with comments from Comcast describing a policy of not tracking users via DNS. A previous version of the headline erroneously implied that Comcast was spying on users.
Flash Support for Desktop, Chrome, FireFox and Edge
Hello to our Network friends and family!
Let's talk about those assholes all over the world that was in support of doing away with Flash because some pussy got hacked by some black hat piece of shit. No this will not stand and sooner or later we will provide you with full access back to flash gaming and programming. Millions of programmers dedicated a good portion of their life to Flash programming and design. Flash is not dangerous at all unless a programmer makes a threat. A virus is written in Visual Studio but we did not do away with that. What it comes down to is some sniveling winey piece of shit got together with a bunch of other winey sniveling shits and plotted to get rid of one the most creative programming design platforms that was ever created.
Soon we will have workaround extensions and plugins for those of you who use to love playing flash games online and would still like to. We will create a place on the 86it network and try to re-expose all of those cool games again. None of those games were ever a threat and this idea is complete nonsense.
For now, if you would like to load flash files or .swf files we have found a way for you to do so on your PC. The rest will come later...
The project is called ruffle!
Ruffle is still in active development and we release nightly development builds every day, as long as some code changed. Whilst we try to keep nightly builds in working order, no guarantees can be made.
Ruffle is a Flash Player emulator written in Rust. Ruffle runs natively on all modern operating systems as a standalone application, and on all modern browsers through the use of WebAssembly. Leveraging the safety of the modern browser sandbox and the memory safety guarantees of Rust, we can confidently avoid all the security pitfalls that Flash had a reputation for. Ruffle puts Flash back on the web, where it belongs - including iOS and Android!
Designed to be easy to use and install, users or website owners may install the web version of Ruffle, and existing flash content will "just work", with no extra configuration required. Ruffle will detect all existing Flash content on a website and automatically "polyfill" it into a Ruffle player, allowing seamless and transparent upgrading of websites that still rely on Flash content.
Ruffle is an entirely open-source project maintained by volunteers. We're all passionate about the preservation of internet history, and we were drawn to working on this project to help preserve the many websites and plethora of content that will no longer be accessible when users can no longer run the official Flash Player. If you would like to help support this project, we welcome all contributions of any kind - even if it's just playing some old games and seeing how well they run.
♥️ How to help the project
We are an entirely open source project and do this for the sake of preserving history, and we are not a large team at that. We absolutely welcome and request your help if you are willing to provide it. There are 4 main ways to help this project, and we will be extremely grateful for any help provided.
Arguably more important than contributing code is testing Ruffle out. Go install Ruffle and try out your favorite games and animations. Look for any difference from the official Flash Player, and report your findings to us. If you find any bugs, changes of behavior, performance issues, or any visual differences then please report those to our bug tracker. If it runs flawlessly, come share the good news on our Discord!
💲 Sponsor the project
If you are able and willing to, we welcome any financial support to help us fund the project going forward. With your help, we can afford to spend more time dedicated to Ruffle, and pay for expenses such as build servers and hosting. We accept donations and sponsorships through Open Source Collective 501(c)(6). For more information, or to view the options available for sponsoring the project, please visit our Open Collective page.
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Who is responsible for the design of Internet Explorer?
I suppose we will never really know who the real asshole involved in the cluster fuck creation of Microsoft Internet Explorer is!
Internet Explorer Is Bad For The Web And For You
I have had several recent conversations about why not to use Internet Explorer, and they prompted me to make a handy list so that I could refer people to it. I use and recommend Chrome, technology is in a constant state of change and flux, certain proprietary software types can't, or won't, keep up. Because they don't acknowledge the malleability of the internet, they encounter problems when you try to use them. So what are some concrete reasons behind my recommendation against Internet Explorer in general, and my not wanting to design for any version earlier than IE7? (And my reason for not wanting to design for future IE versions at all.)
Common Internet Standards Ignored
The internet works as a cohesive unit only because all makers of browsers and websites adhere to certain commonly accepted standards of design and use. Microsoft consistently ignores these standards in favor of being proprietary. this means they would rather everyone be forced to use their software model than change their model to meet fast changes and increasing demand for cross-platform and cross-browser compatibility. This makes Internet Explorer the hardest browser to work with. If I design a web site and it isn't working in Chrome, Firefox or Safari, for example, the tweak to fix the error is small, because they both accept the same standard of design and use. If it doesn't work in IE, forget it. The tweak to make it happen in IE is massive and time-consuming. I already spent huge amounts of time designing the page and getting it to work in four common browsers, I don't want to spend additional days on end trying to make IE "see" it. Chrome supports MP3, Wav, and Ogg formats when using the HTML5 player, and Internet Explorer currently supports MP3 only, hence the possible invalid source error message people are always seeing. Web developers are required to convert all their wav and Ogg files to mp3 in order to support all browsers! This is pure and utter horse shit and it would take little effort for IE to support the other file types with extended mime-support. The programmers are a bunch of baphoones!
ActiveX Is The Devil
Safety is another huge issue with IE. Other browsers do not use or accept ActiveX and Active Scripting, two Microsoft applets that allow people to access your browser for various programs. These two programs allow someone else the possibility of controlling your computer and opens a huge barn door for viruses, adware, spyware, malware, and phishers to come strolling leisurely through. Go ahead and use your virus software and your firewall - as long as you also use IE, you may as well give it up. You will continue to get malware on a regular basis, clogging your computer's arteries, causing slowdown and crashes and possibly putting your data at risk. Of course, any virus or malware can still get on the machine of someone using one of the other browsers. The main difference is that the users of other browsers more often have to actually open a file or interact with it in some way to allow it in with them, and IE lets malware in for you.
Does Not Accept Extensions and Add-Ons
No software can accommodate the complete wishes of its user base. It's impossible. Other browsers, like Chrome, FireFox, and Safari, acknowledge this by allowing third-party programmers to build extensions and add-ons that handle the missing features, making everyone happy. Internet Explorer demonstrates great hubris by not allowing their user base to create or add features that address issues with their software and its lack of compatibility with so many things. I'm not the only one who thinks IE's hubris is damaging. There have been several suits filed in various places wanting IE to no longer be tied to Windows, and to be forced to be more compatible with web standards.
Have you ever viewed a web page designed solely with IE in mind in another browser? They are hideous, nonfunctional, clunky pages in every case, on every other browser. Safari does the best job of "fixing" the looks of an IE page, but it can't do much to fix the way they work (or don't). Thinking the web has to be hard to use and ugly is just wrong. The moment you switch to any other browser, your mind will be opened to a beautiful looking, easy to use, functioning the web.
When you install IE, you allow it to overwrite your system DLL files. The files it installs are not 100% compatible in many cases, mainly because it not only refuses to be compatible with much of the web but with its own operating system as well. This can lead to a system slow down and crashes. Add in the malware issues mentioned above and you have a real morass on your hands.
Did you know that Microsoft Java is not the same as the Java everyone else uses? I would be willing to bet you didn't. I'd also be willing to bet you've experienced the frustration of going to the page with Java applets on the recommendation of friends or colleagues who have been using it flawlessly in other browsers, only to find it doesn't work right for you. This is just another example of IE refusing to comply with the standards everyone else uses. They want you to have to use Microsoft products and Windows, and they think shutting you off from most of the web's functionality will convince you that is necessary. It just isn't so. You can use FireFox and still use your Microsoft programs. Changing browsers won't blow up your computer - it will just open new doors to you online.
This makes no sense to the average web user, but Internet Explorer's continued incompatibility with Linux is an issue for a very tech-savvy sector of the online market. There are so many reasons not to use Internet Explorer I had some difficulty putting them on a list. In fact, there are so many I keep thinking I forgot a few. Did I? Let me know if I did.
FireFox decides to ZOOM internet pages against our will
I'm really in a pickle. I have been designing a Privatized network that adjusts automatically to resolution and DPI. I do this with a cookie that gets your monitor, TV or Cell Phone resolution and then I display the right size fonts and pages accordingly. I have spent over a decade writing the code and designing the network layout so that we all had a place to go when we moved on to higher resolution monitors and desktops.
I have to write my code so that it supports all browsers and DOCTYPES.
FireFox has taken it upon themselves to change the zoom in your browser without your permission. What this means is that all the work I have done to create software that does this on the fly for everyone has been rendered useless because FireFox zooms your page automatically. It does not give you a choice or way to adjust it back. So when you visit my page in FireFox it thinks it is doing you a favor when in fact the software on my page already takes care of displaying things correctly on your monitor and resolution. So what you get is a page that is trashed!
We have standards and FireFox has done plenty of bitching about other browsers taking control away from the end-user and then all the sudden they do it themselves and it's okay? It is an insult to the end-user in many ways. Are we too stupid to change the zoom on a web page ourselves? No, we are not and they are breaking standards by forcing ZOOM on all of us. Not to mention we have always had the ability to do this by our own choice, the option has always been there in every single browser.
Netscape lost their audience by making some of the very same foolish mistakes. It soon became known as NUTSCRAPE and end-users would refer to it as a piece of a shit browser that was not good for anything except wiping your ass with it.
Many customers of Adobe have been left by the wayside in a ditch with there assholes bleeding. Dedicated customers stranded with old standalone versions of the software they once loved, nothing to show for their good hard-earned money spent. Not everyone can afford internet so now Adobe is discriminating against the less fortunate people of the world who can't afford luxuries like the internet. They figure why should they sell a customer a product and give them the upgrades they deserve when they can rape them monthly.
Adobe has left the world in disgust by moving everything to the cloud and charging a monthly FEE just to use the software their customers should own outright. A lot of customers dating back to the '90s are completely amazed at the willingness Adobe has displayed by publicly ass raping all their customers. How can this company stay in business with this sort of worthless ethics? How can greed be this rampant in the business world today?
CS6 was the last standalone version, new versions will only be available as an internet subscription. Adobe has a bunch of bafoons running their company that decided to abandon more than 30% of their customer base by making this bold move. It shows greed and the booming corrupt mindset of Adobe!
What's the point in working Photoshop in the cloud when you're on a portable with no connection? It shows just how blatantly moronic the board members of Adobe are becoming. I guess they thought they all needed bigger homes and yachts. Greedy fucking dirtbag pieces of shit I say!
These pieces of shit made it so your license is managed in the Cloud. The software will phone home every month or so to check that your monthly payments are up to date. If you stop paying, the software stops working.
I say Phuck um, everyone put your Phuck Um boots on and let's start boycotting Adobe...
Oh, how I would like to line the folks up responsible for this type of greed and put a bullet in each of their shit bag skulls!
Most people will not be using Adobe products anymore. Most people hate subscription-based applications and what will happen is, someone will have a file version from one of Adobe's many monopolized applications and they will need to open it. Now if they don't want to subscribe to whatever Adobe application made the file they will be phucked. In order to open the file, you will have to bend over and take one up the ass in the name of bigger homes and yachts.
Sorry but I think this will be what some people will do. It probably won't hurt Adobe because they are so big but hopefully, it will make it so other programs are invested in and updated. Adobe shouldn't be the only option out there anyway.
This is what being a loyal dedicated customer will get you... We say "Climb out of the ditch and switch" and if you see an Adobe employee shoot them!