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Why can't I send you a screen shot ????

Modified by Chris Ilias

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Hello baergy, you can't do when you asked a question for the first time, BUT you can do it with a reply to your first question, see : How do I create a screenshot of my problem?

thank you

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ideato
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Hello baergy, you can't do when you asked a question for the first time, BUT you can do it with a reply to your first question, see : How do I create a screenshot of my problem?

thank you

Question owner

last night I had captured a screen shot of an attacker trying to get me to click on their invitation to download a Firefox fix. I wanted to make Firefox aware of the possible problem. After a solid hour of looking I could find no where to sound an alarm ! ! I guess now, that it's "No Biggy"

Sincerely, Bill

ideato
  • Top 25 Contributor
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If you have not delete the history maybe you can find the link of the page (with the attacker) in there : Viewing the browsing history - Firefox


thank you

Question owner

So here is the location of the notification that I pulled out of the history : <http://applianceoutfitters.com/update.html>

Bill