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Stoic Joker:
Me thinks I'll be sticking with f00der's fskrit & OpenDNS.

@IainB, could it be that you have a virus?
It looks clean here...

Me thinks I'll be sticking with f00der's fskrit & OpenDNS.
-Stoic Joker (May 01, 2012, 06:57 AM)
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+1 for OpenDNS
Check out CryptoTE at

@IainB, could it be that you have a virus?
It looks clean here...
-tomos (May 01, 2012, 07:08 AM)
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I wondered about that too, but no. I have it sussed now. I made a mistake. I do have "Enhancements for Gmail" in Google Chrome and in Chromium - it replaced "Better Gmail" for Firefox - in Chrome/Chromium. There's a switch on it to "turn off the few ads". That was not ticked - so still enabled.

...Check out CryptoTE at
-PhilB66 (May 01, 2012, 07:31 AM)
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Thanks for this link. I have downloaded and installed CryptoTE - which, by the way, stands for "Crypto Text Editor". Looks like a very nifty tabbed, multiple file container and .TXT file editing security tool. It uses Scintilla open source for the text editing part. On investigating Scintilla, I found a link to SciTE (Scintilla Text Editor) - which latter I am now also trialling as it says:
What is SciTE?
SciTE, based on scintilla, is simply the best text and sourcecode editor out there.  It is essentially an advanced replacement for notepad - something for coders, scripters, and even the average, non-technical user.  It loads up pretty-much as fast as notepad which is a pretty good benchmark.  Install it and throw away notepad and every other text editor you might have had the misfortune to install.

SciTE is perfect as a:

*     html editor
*     xml editor
*     perl editor
*     text editor
*     php editor
*     code editor
*     python editor
You can even customise properties files to handle languages not included with the package.  It also works incredibly efficiently on huge files.  No more crashes or lockups because the file is too big.

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The emboldened bit seemed a pretty big claim and I thought it worth testing to see if it was true!    :)


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