Name of the threat - JS:Redirector-BNW [Trj]
URL-address - https://terminator-6.online/p/play.html
Process - D:\OperaGX\71.0.3770.323\opera.exe
Found with - Web-defence
Condition - Connection interrupted
Popped out 2 times in few hours. How to fix it?
@leocg I had run an anti-virus and cleaned some other problems too but i also discovered the cause of the problem. Which is not related to the browser or at least not directly. It was a website that i am using that was having pop up ad system which normally always blocked by Opera but seems they either changed something or my Opera got lazy so it started to show itself. Added it to the adblock list as an extra measure which now closes the pop up easily. Though why it didn't before i do not know. Anyway thank you for helping me.
"Good news everyone" - it took a while, but the bookmarks DID reload.
They are recovered. Praise the Lord!
And thank you Opera!
While I am aware that exporting and SAVING bookmarks (MANUALLY) is (supposedly) possible using the Opera browser for desktop/laptop computers, my question is:
Is there a way to export (and save to an html file) bookmarks from any of Opera's mobile browsers?
Real back-up always needs redundancy.
If you are reading this Opera developers, please understand:
Opera IS a great browser, but so many things can go wrong.
A simple export-to-html would solve the data loss risk, in my humble opinion.
Opera supports search shortcuts, and unfortunately Z is the shortcut for Amazon. you either need to type a G before the whole thing (to force Google) or put it in quotes to force it to be considered a single search term.