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“The second sign is a whiteboard that contains department safety information and daily notes.

Some people are concerned about the connections Firefox makes to the Internet, especially when those connections are made for no apparent reason (see Mozilla's Firefox Browser Privacy Notice for additional information).

For files that are not identified by the lists as “safe” (allowed) or as “malware” (blocked), Firefox asks Google’s Safe Browsing service if the software is safe by sending it some of the download’s metadata.

For more information, see Blocklisting (Mozilla Wiki), Blocklisting/Graphics (Mozilla Wiki), the Revoking Intermediate Certificates: Introducing One CRL blog post and the article Add-ons that cause stability or security issues are put on a blocklist.

To disable this feature: Warning: Disabling the anti-malware protection is not recommended, as it will leave you vulnerable to malicious file downloads or untrustworthy websites that might try to infect you with a virus, trojan or spyware.

So, today we will see how you can integrate this feature right in your browser (Chrome, Firefox and Opera) so that you can directly refresh web pages without using any third party service.

To enable auto refresh in Chrome, download and install the extension (UPDATE: Auto Refresh Plus is no longer available.

The first sign is old and the light bulbs that highlight the current safety status are expensive and prone to failure.

The sign also requires daily intervention to display the correct numbers.

In addition, when you download an application file, Firefox will verify its signature.

If it is signed, Firefox then compares the signature with a list of known safe publishers.

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