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Posted by Neville Franks
Dec 6, 2017 at 08:40 PM


Hi Franz,
The Firefox issue I wrote about in our blog relates to the onerous hurdles Mozilla has in place in order to publish Browser Extensions to their Store. This only affects the Clibu Web Clipper Browser Extension, not Clibu itself.

Clibu V2 has been tested on Chrome, Firefox, MS Edge, Maxthon, iPad/iPhone both Safari and Chrome and Android Smartphone/Tablets with Chrome.

- Neville


Posted by Neville Franks
Dec 6, 2017 at 08:43 PM


gunars, I’m pretty sure that mainframe terminals weren’t capable of the automagic content updating that Clibu does, but nice try. :-)

There is no export capability from Surfulater I’m afraid.

- Neville


Posted by Franz Grieser
Dec 6, 2017 at 11:22 PM


Thanks for the info, Neville.


Posted by Neville Franks
Dec 7, 2017 at 01:21 AM


Franz, please do let me know if you have any issues with Firefox or issues in general.

Franz Grieser wrote:
Thanks for the info, Neville.


Posted by Donovan
Dec 22, 2017 at 02:41 AM


Color me baffled. I go to the Clibu website and everything looks nice and tidy—and locked down securely with SSL protection. BUT, I sign-up and go to the myclibu.com site where my data is actually transferred, and I am warned by a plug-in I use that the site is not SSL protected. Huh? I just looked through all those https pages! I look up and see that the Clibu UI and user site is unprotected and the information is transmitted in **plain text**. There is simply no excuse to have SSL on all the marketing pages - yet, my private data I upload to MyClibu is in the clear. Wake-up! It’s a Brave New World. There is really no excuse in today’s environment for this kind of shoddy security practice. Sorry to be so blunt, but really?!?!?!

P.S…. I just found a question about this in the community forum on Clibu from five months ago. Neville Franks response was:
“we will definitely be changing Clibu to use https vs. http. Note that this only affects communication of certain data, which is only one part of the security and privacy picture.”
Neville - Could you explain what you are trying to say? That it’s only “certain data” affected? And what do you mean by this is “only one part of the security and privacy picture.” (???)  That’s like saying we have good privacy and security practices in our house, but the lack of locks on the front door and the open windows is just “part of the security and privacy picture.” I cannot think of one single thing that could be more important than securing not just the marketing website - but making sure the doors are locked on users private writings. I can’t believe someone inquired about this on the user forum *five months ago* and it’s STILL insecure. Just unbelievable.


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