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I have been using LXDE since the F-12 spin and it has been working
great. I have also been using midori which seems to also work fine, but
I got concerned recently when I got a message from some site saying that
my browser did not support 128- (or was it 256-)bit strong encryption.
Reading about it some more, it appears that midori suffers from IMO a
fatal flaw, namely that it does not tell the user when security works
and when it does not. See this bug report here:
I wonder if the default choice of midori to ship with the LXDE spin
should not be reconsidered? There is no easy alternative for an answer:
should it be Big-bloated Firefox or chromium?
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