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B4Marc  posted on Apr 11, 2014 1:59:31 PM - Report post

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Future trainers will be fine, touch wood, it was just a small problem with IE10's urlmon.dll file not liking the old trainers, that has since been fixed. So I don't see the problem arising in the future.

Ok, thank you,

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ServiusTheBear  posted on Apr 11, 2014 2:18:32 PM - Report post

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Firstly do not get ****y. IE9 is the minimum IE old trainers will work with properly on win 7 systems. Also you should not even be using IE for browsing at all.

But any ways. All trainers together will probably never be updated to use newer versions of IE. Newer trainers will be fine.

Also I will point out IE is never and will never be secure if you use the program! It is that lovely cheese with holes as Uncle keeps informing me (Internet Security tester). Your system is fine if you are not using the program directly. Use Fire fox or Chrome to surf the net.

I have built PC's professionally for many years and have always hand the companies and schools use Fire Fox as a minimum. Also programing is not as hard has you make it sound!

 
B4Marc  posted on Apr 11, 2014 2:45:18 PM - Report post

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Firstly do not get ****y. IE9 is the minimum IE old trainers will work with properly on win 7 systems. Also you should not even be using IE for browsing at all.

But any ways. All trainers together will probably never be updated to use newer versions of IE. Newer trainers will be fine.

Also I will point out IE is never and will never be secure if you use the program! It is that lovely cheese with holes as Uncle keeps informing me (Internet Security tester). Your system is fine if you are not using the program directly. Use Fire fox or Chrome to surf the net.

I have built PC's professionally for many years and have always hand the companies and schools use Fire Fox as a minimum. Also programing is not as hard has you make it sound!

Trainers do NOT need to go online, the new internet problem is caused by fear of loss ($), and it's understandable.

Yep, me too professionally, technician in electricity and electronics from Belgium (nuclear plant, telephony, TVs, PCs....), then, programmer/analyst in Canada for various companies...but it doesn't matter, everyone knows better (way better).

Thanks for your answer, it's a pleasure to connect with a comparably schooled fellow.

 
ServiusTheBear  posted on Apr 11, 2014 4:58:06 PM - Report post

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Whats wrong with it checking for net first then for the key?

Do note that if you do any sucnifficant update to your Hardware. It will null the offline key you can get! So you would have to get a new one.

 
B4Marc  posted on Apr 11, 2014 9:32:19 PM - Report post

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Thanks for the info Toki
 
Neo7  posted on Apr 11, 2014 11:47:08 PM - Report post

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quote:
originally posted by Toki

Firstly do not get ****y. IE9 is the minimum IE old trainers will work with properly on win 7 systems. Also you should not even be using IE for browsing at all.

But any ways. All trainers together will probably never be updated to use newer versions of IE. Newer trainers will be fine.

Also I will point out IE is never and will never be secure if you use the program! It is that lovely cheese with holes as Uncle keeps informing me (Internet Security tester). Your system is fine if you are not using the program directly. Use Fire fox or Chrome to surf the net.

I have built PC's professionally for many years and have always hand the companies and schools use Fire Fox as a minimum. Also programing is not as hard has you make it sound!

That blurb about security is horribly written. In fact the base architecture IE uses for "lower than standard user" tokens is the basis for Chrome's jailed process architecture.

True that IE will never be secure but neither will other browsers and by today's standards, IE fairs the same as them. Every single browser has fallen in the pwn2own contest revealing security flaws in each browser and their respective plugins.

Link

Statistically, Firefox did the worst out of the major vendors for 2014 at that event. Even the major vanilla exploit that was performed on IE is slightly mitigated if the user is on a Standard Account (preventing root access). Please ensure your information is accurate before spreading FUD comments.

[Edited by Neo7, 4/11/2014 11:48:32 PM]

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