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# 177647 10-Aug-2015 14:34
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http://www.stuff.co.nz/technology/digital-living/70985336/hackers-use-dodgy-web-ads-in-firefox-to-steal-your-files 

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  # 1362132 10-Aug-2015 14:55
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Sometimes I feel like I'm the only person using the SeaMonkey derivative, but in case there are any others out there: Apparently it's not affected.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1362137 10-Aug-2015 15:11
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I'd already spotted this, and I'm mildly surprised to see that nearly an hour later an article on an ad-funded Fairfax website is still encouraging people to use an ad-blocker. 

If it's not removed and or edited in a few hours I'll be more than slightly amazed.




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  # 1362191 10-Aug-2015 15:47
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does it effect Waterfox




Common sense is not as common as you think.


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  # 1362197 10-Aug-2015 15:53
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freitasm: Updated four days ago, before Stuff even knew there was a browser called Firefox.



Ya gotta love the way Stuff dramatizes stories like this  




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