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Plex Patch Brings Subtitle Support and Other ImprovementsByNitish Singh-September 26, 2018 564 Plex has received a major patch eventually addressing the issue of having to add subtitles to the content manually. Plugins with less than 2 percent of users using the feature have been excluded from the site. Improvements were also made to Plex Sync and Audio codecs. Plex users are set to receive a major update which will carry several interface changes. The major change that comes to the platform is the introduction of a new subtitles feature. Users previously relied on manually inserting subtitles, and had to sit through commercials and a complicated menu to access files from their desktop. With the latest update enabling subtitles, users won’t need to return to their computer. Subtitle files can be connected remotely from your device over your network. The functionality is not yet enabled, but within the next few days it will soon be available to Plex Pass users through the Pass Preview program. Users who don’t have Plex Pass access will get the feature later this year.

ByNitish Singh-January 7, 2019 566 Figure 1 Opera courtesy The Tampermonkey extension’s 4.7.54 build has been reported as spreading malware. The browser extension was blacklisted by Opera after it discovered malicious activity with older versions available. Opera users who installed the Tampermonkey 4.7.54 via the Chrome Web Store on Google ran into an error message claiming that the extension was blacklisted according toTechDowsreports. Opera believes that the extension was used to spread malware, and users were advised to continue using the stable 4.2.5291 build or uninstall the extension entirely. 567 Figure 2 Picture Courtesy of TechDows Tampermonkey developer Jan Biniok replied to Opera’s claims that “they’re not really clear what the real problem is? Is the extension being changed which means it is no longer the same extension as the one on the Chrome Web Store and should not be blocked or is another program / extension being used to circumvent the acceptance criteria? “Tests conducted by other news websites showed that Tampermonkey is not itself compromised with other applications such as Gom Player installing the malicious dhdgffkkebhmkfjojejmpobfkfo extension using Tampermonkey. It essentially means that the Tampermonkey extension itself is not malicious but other developers are misusing it. 568 Figure 3 Picture Courtesy of TechDows If you want to delete the extension’s blacklist, you can simply close the tab and open the ‘ percent UserProfile percent ‘ file using Notepad. Use the find command (Ctrl + F) to open the file search for “dhdgffkkebhmkfjojejmpbldmpobfkfo.” Adjust the “blacklist” value: trueto”blacklist: “falseand change”blacklist state”:1to”blacklist state”:0 and you’ll be able to access Tampermonkey’s latest version again. Alternatively you can continue to use the older version of the extension until the developers address the issue to keep you safe from possible malicious activity. Get the news about daily tech first.ByNitish Singh-January 7, 2019 566 Figure 1 Opera courtesy The Tampermonkey extension’s 4.7.54 build has been reported as spreading malware. The browser extension was blacklisted by Opera after it discovered malicious activity with older versions available. Opera users who installed the Tampermonkey 4.7.54 via the Chrome Web Store on Google ran into an error message claiming that the extension was blacklisted according toTechDowsreports. Opera believes that the extension was used to spread malware, and users were advised to continue using the stable 4.2.5291 build or uninstall the extension entirely. 567 Figure 2 Picture Courtesy of TechDows Tampermonkey developer Jan Biniok replied to Opera’s claims that “they’re not really clear what the real problem is? Is the extension being changed which means it is no longer the same extension as the one on the Chrome Web Store and should not be blocked or is another program / extension being used to circumvent the acceptance criteria? “Tests conducted by other news websites showed that Tampermonkey is not itself compromised with other applications such as Gom Player installing the malicious dhdgffkkebhmkfjojejmpobfkfo extension using Tampermonkey. It essentially means that the Tampermonkey extension itself is not malicious but other developers are misusing it. 568 Figure 3 Picture Courtesy of TechDows If you want to delete the extension’s blacklist, you can simply close the tab and open the ‘ percent UserProfile percent ‘ file using Notepad. Use the find command (Ctrl + F) to open the file search for “dhdgffkkebhmkfjojejmpbldmpobfkfo.” Adjust the “blacklist” value: trueto”blacklist: “falseand change”blacklist state”:1to”blacklist state”:0 and you’ll be able to access Tampermonkey’s latest version again. Alternatively you can continue to use the older version of the extension until the developers address the issue to keep you safe from possible malicious activity. Get the news about daily tech first.