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Chrome/Google Is Really Starting To Scare Me (466 views)


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(1 week ago)
As a lot of you know, I have been having trouble trying to watch movies with my outdated software because it is no longer supported and therefore I don't get anymore updates so everything is out of date including browsers.

Last night, I was searching the web for a movie. It is listed here but not on Vshare. I am only able to watch certain sites and only if I use chrome browser. This will end soon because I am getting new software.

Anyway, The movie is called Better Off Zed. So, I tried several variations to search for it hoping to find one on Vshare. All other sites including Openload give me the following message from chrome:

This site can’t provide a secure connection
oload.cc uses an unsupported protocol

It will not allow me to enter any of those sites.

After I tried several variations to search for it, I got another prompt from chrome. I can't remember the exact wording but it was something like this:

We have noticed several inquiries for this page from this (it listed my IP address) we would like to confirm if it is you or a robot. Please confirm.

And then it gave me a box to check saying I am not a robot. I didn't use the option. I just shut down chrome browser. Then after I thought about it for awhile. I got a little paranoid so, I went through all the browsers that I use and cleared all my history and then I got rid of all my add ons. By then it was pretty late so, I just shut down and waited until today to to sign back in to all sites and so on...

Has anyone else ever received that prompt from chrome?


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(1 week ago)
@michael59 The robot thing is just something generic, nothing to worry about. It comes upon a fair few sites now -especially if you use a proxy or something similar.

The other error is more than likely due to the outdated software.


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(6 days ago)
@michael59 Have you tried going into Chrome's advanced settings to ignore the message below, or try adding the movie website's url so they'll let you in? It's worked for me. Maybe for you too.

"This site can’t provide a secure connection
oload.cc uses an unsupported protocol "


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(6 days ago)
@StarKissed Do you mean white List? No I haven't. I'm not sure I know how to do that but I will give it a try.

Thank you.


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(3 days ago)
@michael59 Hi, did you figure something out? Under Advanced Settings in 'Chrome, I have "Safe Browsing" turned off: if its turned on, it stops me from accessing most all movie sites. As long as you don't frequent weird places you should be ok. You would probably need to put your movie sites on the White list of your Virus/Malware software too, but it just causes more problems for me. I never have problems on Two Movies, I know the site is safe, but a few of the links to movies here, are a problem, so I stick with "Openload," and "Stream Mango." Those are the only suggestions I can think of. Hope you are having better luck.


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(3 days ago)
@StarKissed I did have a look at advanced settings and it scared me cause I didn't know or understand half the terms they used and what they were for. It takes forever with this old software to get threw to any site. Just one more week and I will have another updated computer so, I'll wait until then because that way I can update all the browsers that I use and maybe even leave chrome behind me in the dust. lol

Thank you, StarKissed. I will feel more confident to check out advanced settings for chrome when I can get better/easier access.


expert
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(3 days ago)
@michael59 No problem, glad to hear you're getting a new system soon. That will be exciting and will alleviate most of those headaches. Good Luck!


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(1 week ago)
Try using mint linux 18.3... linuxmint.com/release.php?id=31
Easy install. PC and user friendly . 32 or 64 bit. Comes loaded with firefox. Chrome is also available.


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(1 week ago)
@CanyonD The Captcha challenge is nothing to worry about (yet) . If you want privacy get firefox . Tweak it for privacy and get a VPN like PIA www.privateinternetaccess.com/


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(1 week ago)
@CanyonD I am mostly getting something called busybox v2 after restarting my newer comp. It doesn't matter which linux version. I've tried mint 19, deepin, and elementary. Is there a way to get rid of busybox or make it so that it doesn't show up again?


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(1 week ago)
@arcreaper Busybox was installed on my android tab when when I ran the root package.. Can't tell you how to use it. See busybox.net for the applications. Yea , I tried mint 19 , and my older dell mini was allergic. I regressed back to 18.3, and It works great.


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(1 week ago)
Thank you for your message. I like it when I can feel I'm not alone.

I too have been a little paranoid about my privacy. But what can you expect? Facebook got hacked again. Turns out all the terrible reviews against Star Wars: The Last Jedi were mostly Russian trolls & bots (If you're asking "Why?" maybe "Just cuz they can?") Ever since I saw an interview w/ Zuckerberg, in which his laptop's camera was clearly taped over, I've wondered if we can ever be too careful.

My PC was trashed by some kind of virus or worm -- they say it's cheaper for me to buy a brand-new laptop than to fix my beloved Dell. My less-than-a-year-old Chromebook has some new issue every other day (as do two friends who got theirs a few months before I did and who tell me there are a TON of Chromebook users filling blogs with complaints ranging from extensions blocking normal functions to malware discovered despite cookies being blocked & safeguards being observed).

Horror, CanyonD, and arcreaper know what of they speak. I've gotten the same messages, not just on Openload. The other day, the ubiquitous Captcha thing showed up on a coin-collecting hobby site smiley

I discovered DuckDuckGo (DDG) a couple of years ago. I was having trouble getting it to work with Firefox so I dinked around with Google, until a buddy enlightened me to the fact that there was no need to settle for second best or hassle with plug-ins, I could just set DDG as my default in Chrome settings. I've got DDG by itself on my Chromebook (couldn't get Firefox installed). However, the latest version of DDG is absolutely fabu. The "Privacy Essentials" icon is loaded with everything you need to know about the site you're visiting. Have you ever wondered which movie/tv link is just waiting to load you up with cookies and popups?. Results are up as quickly as Chrome or Google and it's great not to worry about who's got my information and algorithms, data I'm not privy to BTW smiley .

"PCMag" and the "The New York Times" (as Stephen calls it) have endorsed DDG from the get, here are a few lesser-known sites with positive things to say:

yro.slashdot.org/story/18/02/02/0540226/du...

www.makeuseof.com/tag/duckduckgo-vs-google...

gadgets.ndtv.com/internet/features/12-thin...


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(1 week ago)
@wolfeather11 If you haven't heard... Google,Facebook, and Apple are working with the Chinese government to set up a full spectrum monitoring system with social controls for their population. Apple has already partnered with the Communists moving the company completely.
Should the C level , and anything they tell us be believed?


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(6 days ago)
@CanyonD I would love to read more about this. Any links?


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(4 days ago)
@fortunate1 While it defies U.S. government, Apple abides by China's orders — and reaps big rewards
www.latimes.com/business/technology/la-fi-...

Apple is under fire for moving iCloud data to China

money.cnn.com/2018/02/28/technology/apple-...

Thats just on the surface to be seen by the lemmings. Dig deeper. In order to take advantage of Cinas new 0% tax rate for corporations, companies must partner with the PRC govt , and be subject to the parties control.


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(1 week ago)
Thank you all for responding. I really appreciate the feedback.

IDK, it just feels like Google is trying to quietly/sneakily take control of the internet and if we don't share these suspicious tactics with each other, it's going to happen without us ever doing or knowing anything about it.

Thank you for the links and suggestions. I have a plethora of stuff I am looking forward to using when I get my new system next week.


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@michael59 If i could make a suggestion.. Get a system where the OS is not embedded like Chromebook. Then you can install a 2nd OS like mint or run knoppix from a disk or thumb drive. Check out this review of live disk OS's
fossbytes.com/secure-linux-distros-privacy...


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(3 days ago)
@CanyonD Thank you. You have been very helpful. The problem is that you are talking to someone (me) who cannot afford to purchase these things and I also have no faith in on line shopping. Especially with this outdated software so, I don't do any on line purchases, yet. smiley


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(1 week ago)
well, i only use duckduckgo now, and I never use a chrome browser,and I get it any way!!--on Waterfox and Avast Secure Browser!!i don't even use chrome!!its not chrome alone--its the whole fffing web!!APPLE HAS PARTNERED WITH COMMUNIST CHINA?? oh, great, guess i'm not getting Apple after all.

DON'T EXPECT a situation,almost like science-fiction,like the World Wide Web,to stay pure or innocent,or not rife with all spies and spy systems.--that's balderdash!!anything that ALL-ENCOMPASSING like the Web,will finally get "bugged"like every other part of the world of humans!!"BUGGED BY BUG-EES!!"EVERYWHERE. smiley smiley

you want secrecy,or privacy, stay off the web.---use a different alien unreal system no one tracks.We are living in 1984, yah know. smiley smiley


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(1 day ago)
Okay so, last night I was using chrome browser for the sites that are too slow on firefox. The strangest thing happened. I clear the chrome browser frequently to keep it fresh and it moves faster, I tried to go to the sites that I have in my tab tool bar and I kept getting what amounted to a cartoon bubble that came from the search bar saying:

You do not have permission to enter this site. Please sign in to get permission to enter. Then it wanted my full name, address, email address and password. This happened to every site I tried to enter last night. I of course, did not respond to it and it took about 20-30 seconds before the message disappeared and then went directly into the site it said I was not allowed to enter. Just like it normally did every other time I went there.

Do you think I might have caught a bug? I just tried to make it happen again before I posted this but it did not. It acted completely normal again and just went directly to the sites I requested.


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(15 hours ago)
@michael59 Sounds like Malware / Virus trying to collect login details. There are other possible explanations but many would have been noticed by lots of people. If it was just you then the odds are it is a local infection.


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(14 hours ago)
It is weird because it only happens on chrome browser. It happened again this morning. I just close the prompt and reload the page then it takes me right into the site like it would normally.

I'm not all that worried about it because it is probably my outdated software and I am getting new stuff any day now. So, it's just more of an inconvenience really.

The first thing I'm going to do when I get my new computer is learn how to take screen shots. lol

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