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Security Warning (CSS Hack)

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It has come to our attention that certain trackers (what.cd, x264, GFT and Tophos) are utilizing an internet browser exploit to identify and ban .::IH::. members. The vulnerability is caused by some browsers' implementation of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). This allows trackers to query your computer and identify which sites you have visited, including InviteHawk.com
What can you do to protect yourself?
OPTION 1 - Disable CSS Visited Links [Firefox Only]
  • Type "about:config" in the address bar
  • Type "layout.css.visited_links_enabled" in the filter list
  • Change the default value of "True" to "False" by double clicking it
  • Restart Firefox
OPTION 2 - Disable Browser History [Firefox Only]
  • Tools --> Clear Recent History
  • Tools --> Options --> uncheck "Remember my browsing history"
OPTION 3 - Use a Different Browser for .::IH::.
  • e.g. Use Firefox for .::IH::. and Internet Explorer for Trackers
OPTION 4 - Temporarily Enable Private Browsing
  • [Firefox 3.5] Tools --> Start Private Browsing
  • [iE 8] Tools --> InPrivate Browsing
  • [Chrome] Press Ctrl+Shift+N (Incognito)
  • [safari] Safari --> Private Browsing
  • [Opera] Does NOT have a Private Browsing option.
UPDATE 5 - HistoryBlock & NoScript Add-ons
  • NoScript only works with Javascript based exploits
  • HistoryBlock does not work if you browse both sites at the same time*
    *HistoryBlock utilizes the tab closed & download complete addEventListeners to initiate a history wipe. That leaves you exposed if you have both sites open in separate tabs at the same time or open .::IH::. from the same tab without going to an intermediate page first.
UPDATE 6 - Disabling Browser History
  • Does not work in IE
  • Does not work in Opera
  • Does not work in Safari
*Disabling history only works properly in Firefox.NOTE: You will need re-enable Private Browsing each time you start the browser.
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