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@joshl Hope your condition improves, Josh! I played a few good fames from Steam in the past year (they're a bit old). "This War of Mine" (thought provoking) "The Stanley Parable" (Witty and indie) and "Stellaris" (grand strategy).
I posted a link to that VentureBeat article myself previously, after having seen it posted on Slashdot. Opera had previously removed Max from the Play Store ... the unknowns at the time of the VentureBeat article was whether Samsung had actually bought it, and whether future versions would work with non-Samsung phones.
@s390g2 Thanks for the response. I have already activated the EasyPrivacy filter list but didn't really know what it was until now. I'm not sure I believe this filter list removes all trackers as it claims but then again we've no real way of proving that with extensions either. The plus for Disconnect is that I can toggle content blockers on and off (some are vital for page functionality). Opera's EasyPrivacy is just a simple on or off.
I do understand permissions are necessary for extensions to be able to function. It makes sense a tracker blocker would need to access my browsing data. It's unfortunate that extensions are extremely vague as to what these permissions are doing for a specific extension. I assume Disconnect is just monitoring browsing data to search for trackers. No way of really knowing though.
There no Opera blogs any more, except of course the company-related blogs. Years ago the My Opera community hosted blogs, but they decided to concentrate on the browser. (Which is when Opera's former CEO opened vivaldi.net to sort of replace the old My Opera community.)
Is Opera set as your default browser? Depending on where or how the adware/malware was installed, it may only infect the default browser, whichever that is. If the adware/malware only affects Opera regardless of whether it's the default browser, the infection may be localized to Opera as an unsought extension or search engine within Opera. It could also arise from an infected session or tab if you have Opera set to resume from earlier sessions and tabs.
Try browsing from within Opera's Private window to see if the infection appears. Check your extensions within Opera and remove anything you don't recognize. Also check for unknown/strange search engines and try deleting them. Examine any Opera shortcut's Properties panel for an appended URL that might be directing the browser to a malicious site. Clear Opera's 'browsing data' via: Menu - History - Clear browsing data. Try deleting Cookies: Menu - Settings - Privacy & Security - Cookies - All cookies and site data... - Delete all - Done.
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