Phoon's Articles In Internet
April 2, 2013 by Phoon
A bit of information for you to aid in your troubleshooting (if needed).

ISSUE: Chrome Browser using either FVD Speed Dial, or Speed Dial 2 (perhaps more) your thumbnails become skewed and distorted upon refreshing them.


After having spent the last 2 days sobbing uncontrollably over my keyboard trying to find a solution for this problem I happened upon a thread somewhere that solved it.

Don't waste your time uninstalling apps, checking video drivers, etc. The problem is...
November 15, 2010 by Phoon
Don't know why, but i just giggle my butt of every time I see this..

April 28, 2008 by Phoon
I just came across this article and thought it fascinating.
I've been saying this all along but some stubborn people just refuse to accept the facts of logic.

As MS alternative software and OS's gain in popularity, they WILL become targets. There is nothing more secure about them.
They simply have not been targets thus far


Many people are switching from Internet Explorer to alternative browsers such as Firefox and Safari. Though that might make...
January 9, 2006 by Phoon
Annoying someone via the Internet is now a federal crime.

It's no joke. Last Thursday, President Bush signed into law a prohibition on posting annoying Web messages or sending annoying e-mail messages without disclosing your true identity.

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September 17, 2005 by Phoon
Now that Firefox has become the first viable contender to Microsoft Internet Explorer in years, its popularity has brought with it some unwanted attention. Last week's premature disclosure of a zero-day Firefox exploit came a few weeks after a zero-day exploit for Internet Explorer appeared on the Internet. Firefox not only has more vulnerabilities per month than Internet Explorer, but it is now surpassing Internet Explorer for the number of exploits available for public download in recent mo...
February 28, 2005 by Phoon
Several security vulnerabilities in Firefox and the Mozilla Suite of Internet software put users of the open-source products at risk of hacker attacks, the Mozilla Foundation is warning. The organization released Firefox 1.0.1, which fixes 17 security flaws in the popular Web browser. The most serious flaws could allow an attacker to gain full control over a victim's PC, the Mozilla Foundation says in a statement. Firefox 1.0 was released in November and has since been downloaded more than 27 m...