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Firefox for Linux is now Netflix compatible

linux-icon-19In the past, Netflix was not available for traditional Linux-based operating systems. This was mainly due to the use of Silverlight. Netflix has adopted HTML5, which made both Chrome and Chromium for Linux capable of playing the videos. Firefox -- the open source browser choice for many Linux users -- was not yet compatible.

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DoubleAgent: can take control over your antivirus


Cybellum security has discovered a zero-day vulnerability, which can turn any antivirus into a malicious application. Called DoubleAgent (DoubleAgent, since antivirus is treated as a trusted application, but through that exploit can take full control over Windows) exploits a 15 year old vulnerability which works on all versions of Microsoft Windows, starting from Windows XP right up to the latest release of Windows 10.

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Line break to p (paragraph) tag conversion

phpThere's a nl2br function in PHP, below is a function to convert line breaks to <p> tags:

(We did not write this, but have found it to be useful):


function nl2p($string, $line_breaks = true, $xml = true) {
$string = str_replace(array('<p>', '</p>', '<br>', '<br />'), '', $string);
// It is conceivable that people might still want single line-breaks
// without breaking into a new paragraph.
if ($line_breaks == true)
    return '<p>'.preg_replace(array("/([\n]{2,})/i", "/([^>])\n([^<])/i"), array("</p>\n<p>", '$1<br'.($xml == true ? ' /' : '').'>$2'), trim($string)).'</p>';
    return '<p>'.preg_replace(
    array("/([\n]{2,})/i", "/([\r\n]{3,})/i","/([^>])\n([^<])/i"),
    array("</p>\n<p>", "</p>\n<p>", '$1<br'.($xml == true ? ' /' : '').'>$2'),


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