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  2. After the Notre Dame tragedy, Ubisoft is giving away free copies of Assassin's Creed Unity! Limited time, April 17, 2019 - April 24, 2019. Get your copy today! https://store.ubi.com/ca/assassins-creed-unity/56c4947a88a7e300458b45d6.html
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  4. Mozilla is scheduled to add a new user anti-fingerprinting technique to Firefox with the release of version 67, scheduled for mid-May this year. Advertising networks often sniff certain browser features, such as the window size to create user profiles and track users as they resize their browser and move across new URLs and browser tabs. Called “letterboxing,” this new technique adds “gray spaces” to... Read more about Firefox to add Tor anti-fingerprinting called letterboxing on Lunarsoft. View the full article
  5. Windows 10’s next update is the April 2019 Update, which is version 1903 and was codenamed 19H1 during development. It features a light theme, speed improvements, and lots of polish. There are no crazy new features like My People or Timeline. This article includes everything new as of Insider Preview build 18323, released on January 24, 2019. Speed Improvements (Thanks to Better Spectre Fixes)... Read more about All the Windows 10 April 2019 19H1 changes on Lunarsoft. View the full article
  6. Fulfilling its 2017 promise to make Thunderbolt 3 royalty-free, Intel has given the specification for its high-speed interconnect to the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF), the industry group that develops the USB specification. The USB-IF has taken the spec and will use it to form the basis of USB4, the next iteration of USB following USB 3.2. Thunderbolt 3 not only doubles the bandwidth of... Read more about Intel’s Thunderbolt 3 is royalty free as USB 4 on Lunarsoft. View the full article
  7. Google security officials are advising Windows users to ensure they’re using the latest version 10 of the Microsoft operating system to protect themselves against a “serious” unpatched vulnerability that attackers have been actively exploiting in the wild. Unidentified attackers have been combining an exploit for the unpatched local privilege escalation in Windows with one for a separate security flaw in the Chrome browser that... Read more about Windows 7 being exploited due to critical Chrome bug on Lunarsoft. View the full article
  8. Google is urging users to update Chrome across all platforms after a critical vulnerability was discovered and patched. The vulnerability exploits a security flaw known as CVE-2019-5786. The security flaw is a memory management issue in Chrome’s FileReader which gives hackers the opportunity to inject and execute malicious code. Security researchers at Google and Microsoft have observed attackers using a combination of a patched... Read more about Google urges users to update Chrome immediately on Lunarsoft. View the full article
  9. Apple has reportedly updated the rules of its strict repair program to be a bit more lenient toward iPhones with aftermarket batteries. Internal company documents reportedly instruct its Genius Bars and Apple Authorized Service Providers to repair iPhones with third-party batteries, something that the iPhone maker has never allowed before. The change was first spotted by iGeneration, and MacRumors reportedly obtained the documents from... Read more about Apple no longer refuses to fix iPhones with third-party batteries on Lunarsoft. View the full article
  10. When Facebook users learned last March that the social media giant had given their sensitive information to political-data firm Cambridge Analytica, Mozilla (parent company of the security-focused browser Firefox) reacted fast: Within eight hours, the product team had built a browser extension called the Facebook Container. The plug-in, now the most popular browser extension Mozilla has ever built (1.5 million downloads and 500,000 monthly... Read more about Mozilla blocks Facebook trackers and other privacy invaders on Lunarsoft. View the full article
  11. USB 3.2, which doubles the maximum speed of a USB connection to 20Gb/s, is likely to materialize in systems later this year. In preparation for this, the USB-IF—the industry group that together develops the various USB specifications—has announced the branding and naming that the new revision is going to use, and… it’s awful. USB 3.0 was straightforward enough. A USB 3.0 connection ran at... Read more about USB 3.2 will make the current USB branding even worse on Lunarsoft. View the full article
  12. Changelog for this release. https://invisioncommunity.com/release-notes/440-r81/
  13. As always, I've been trying to improve the overall speed and flexibility of the website for users no matter what connection or device they use. Changes as of 2019-02-21: Updated Lunarsoft's forums to 4.4 Added support for posting images with GIPHY Updated WordPress to 5.1 Optimized some things in WordPress. Updated Lunarsoft's wiki to 1.32 Backend updates: PHP 7.3 Removed all Google+ references as the service will be gone in April. Changes as of 2019-03-02: Improving SEO for old news articles. Improving security on and across the website. Enabled two-factor authentication for the forums. Improved caching for the forums. Corrected some missing images on news articles. I'll be updating this post with more changes when they happen.
  14. The Lunarsoft Wiki has been updated to the newest release, 1.32.
  15. Earlier today, an update was applied to 5.1. Clear your cache if you have any issues.
  16. How things change over the years.
  17. Finally saw this movie and what a disappointment it was.
  18. @Ultimate Predator of course over the years things have changed. Now I've been swearing by Malwarebytes as the best solution.
  19. The Lunarsoft Forums have been updated to the latest version, 4.4.0. Please remember to clear your cache. If you encounter any issues please let me know.
  20. In numerous Mozilla bug tickets that were recently updated, Mozilla is getting closer to adding cryptomining and fingerprinting blocking to their Firefox browser. In May 2018 it was revealed that Mozilla was planning on blocking cryptominers and fingerprinters starting in Firefox 63. Firefox 63 has come and gone and now Firefox 65 is here, but unfortunately those features were never fully added to the browser. A series... Read more about Firefox to introduce CryptoMining and Fingerprint Blocking on Lunarsoft. View the full article
  21. The beta for iOS 12.2 contains a change to mobile Safari that could have implications for the advertising and marketing worlds, as well as for Web-based augmented or virtual reality more generally. In the beta, a toggle labeled “Motion & Orientation Access” exists in the Safari privacy settings panel. This toggle determines whether sites visited in the mobile Safari browser will be able to... Read more about iOS 12.2 will limit Web apps’ access to iPhone’s sensors on Lunarsoft. View the full article
  22. Google engineers have proposed changes to the open-source Chromium browser that will break content-blocking extensions, including various ad blockers. Adblock Plus will most likely not be affected, though similar third-party plugins will, for reasons we will explain. The drafted changes will also limit the capabilities available to extension developers, ostensibly for the sake of speed and safety. Chromium forms the central core of Google... Read more about Google Chrome will block ad-blockers on Lunarsoft. View the full article
  23. Google yesterday announced that it is increasing the price of G Suite by 20 percent. This is the first time Google is increasing the price of its productivity suite since its launch. G Suite Basic Edition will increase by $1 (from $5 to $6 per user/month) and G Suite Business Edition will increase by $2 (from $10 to $12 per user/month). Pricing for G... Read more about Google G Suite costs 20% more than Office 365 on Lunarsoft. View the full article
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