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  1. Here is the the score of browsers to see how much of HTML5 technologies and features they support. In order of highest to lowest. Edge insider Canary Version 79.0.286.0 (Official build) canary (64-bit) Highest Score Google Chrome Canary Version 79.0.3924.0 (Official Build) canary (64-bit) FireFox version 71.0a1 (2019-09-26) (64-bit) Edge classic (EdgeHTML) Microsoft EdgeHTML 18.18990 Microsoft Edge 44.18990.1.0 Internet explorer 11 version 11.1.18990 Internet Explorer 11 (latest version) obviously has the worse score, but it's the only browser that can manage to get the perfect 100/100 score from Acid3 test among all these browsers tested. the rest of the browsers can only get 97/100. By the way, Acid3 is an old test. https://html5test.com/ http://acid3.acidtests.org/
  2. Usenix Enigma HTML5 is a boon for unscrupulous web advertising networks, which can use the markup language's features to build up detailed fingerprints of individual netizens without their knowledge or consent. In a presentation at Usenix's Enigma 2018 conference in California this week, Arvind Narayanan, an assistant professor of computer science at Princeton, showed how some of the advanced features of HTML5 – such as audio playback – can be used to identify individual browser types and follow them around online to get an idea of what they're into. For example, different browsers process sound files in slightly different ways, and allowing an ad network – or any website – to potentially work out which version of a browser is being used on which operating system. Couple this with other details – such as the battery level and WebRTC – and you can start to form a fingerprint for an individual user. Of course, your browser typically reveals its version number and the underlying operating system's details to web servers when fetching pages and other materials. However, from what Narayanan is saying, it is possible for ad networks and webmasters to bypass any attempts to suppress that information by probing the browser with HTML5 for traceable details. It also means that dumping JavaScript and cookies, and relying on purely HTML5, won't mean you're completely free from online tracking by advertisers. “HTML5 browsers use a library to do audio processing, but different software stacks produce a unique fingerprint in combination with other data,” he explained. “Similar techniques also work on the battery and WebRTC functions.” Fingerprint ... Each browser type has its own way of processing audio that makes it easy to track, according to this slide by Arvind Narayanan Narayanan and his team have been monitoring the behavior of ad trackers for years. In 2014, they discovered 5,000 of the world's top 100,000 most-visited websites were, in one way or another, using a canvas fingerprinting technique to identify and follow netizens around the internet, as they moved from page to page, site to site, without their knowledge. Further research last year found that ad networks were using session replay scripts, which he described as “analytics on steroids,” to stalk people online. Narayanan said he and his team found ad trackers on 8,000 websites leaking visitors' information in this way – including code on the website of American pharmacy chain Walgreens, which apparently handed confidential patient records to advertisers via forms, as well as the Gradescope assignment-grading software used by Princeton. “This [session replay technique] left website owners and users pissed off,” he said. “Once we detailed the technique, the largest ad tracking providers stopped doing it. It seems sunlight is a great disinfectant.” But this scrutiny only works up to a point, he warned. Netizen-tracking firms aren’t going to stop following people around the 'net and working out what interests them so they can be served targeted adverts and special offers. Narayanan was one of the team overseeing the now-imploded Do Not Track browser feature, and the ad industry was adamant: if 15 per cent or more of internet users turned tracking off, the banner networks would refuse to play ball and track them anyway. Technical workarounds by ad blockers, such as Privacy Badger and Ghostery, are of some use, he said. But they are usually playing catch up with ad trackers, not blocking them from the start. The only way this is going to stop is if web browser programmers step up and build in measures to curb the ability to stalk users. But Narayanan said browser makers don’t want to get involved. “Historically, web browsers consider it’s not their problem. Vendors are attempting to be neutral on this, and leave it to users to sort out,” he said. “To users that’s like an email provider saying that they are neutral on spam. Protection of privacy is a core reason for user choice.” There have been some encouraging moves. The Brave browser has been developed specifically to neuter naughty advertising trackers, and both Firefox and Safari are making more of an effort in this area, he said. Chrome is also, we note, making noises in that direction. But what’s needed is a fundamental rethink, with features that ensure tracking-free browsing, just as private browsing doesn’t record session data on a local workstation. Some kind of warning, similar to the HTTPS icon, would also be useful. It’s important that these anti-surveillance techniques are implemented, he said, because privacy is vital to society – and there’s plenty of evidence showing a lack of privacy stifles debate. “Privacy is a lubricant that allows for social adaptability,” Narayanan opined. “If we move to a state of pervasive surveillance we lose that mobility.” source
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    NetBeans IDE 8.0

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    Opus Creator 9.01

    Opus Creator 9.01 | 173.34 MB Opus Creator is a WYSiWYG editor for designing HTML5 websites, interactive multimedia, educational resources, flexible Flash, games, quizzes, presentations, animations and other multimedia with no programming. HTML5 is supported by Android, iPhone as well as Windows and Linux. Get the features you loved in Flash but publish to systems which no longer support it. Opus Creator offers quick and easy design and development of HTML5, Flash, interactive multimedia and presentations. Opus Creator is the cost-effective way to get started with multimedia authoring and web design. For the writer, designer, artist, or photographer it’s the intuitive, freeform way to design and distribute creative projects or promotional showcases. Runs under Windows – output to HTML5 (for iPad, iPhone, Android, Linux, Mac and Windows), Flash, CD, Windows EXE, video or DVD; and distribute freely for pleasure or profit. Creative Multimedia Ideal for… • HTML5 Web Design • Flash • Animations and Banners • Quizzes and Tests • Digital Studies • Rich Media Presentations • Digital Signage • Whiteboard Resources • Kid’s Stuff • Special Needs Therapies • YouTube Animations • Interactive Storybooks • Multimedia Scrapbooks • Online Karaoke Suitable for… • Graphic Designers • Web Designers • Small Businesses • Secondary Schools • Teachers • Marketing Professionals • Photographers • Interactive brochures • Creative Writers • Presentations • Hobbyists • Whiteboard Resources OS : Windows XP/Vista/Windows 7/8 (32&64) Language : English Home Page - http://www.digitalworkshop.com/ DOWNLOAD HERE http://www.tusfiles.net/0dj97bp9obsg
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    NetBeans IDE 7.4

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