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27 November 2017 10:00

FACE RECOGNITION - OpenFace project

Overview: The following overview shows the workflow for a single input image of Sylvestor Stallone from the publicly available LFW dataset. Detect faces with a pre-trained models from dlib or OpenCV. Transform the face for the neural network. This repository uses dlib's real-time pose estimation with OpenCV's affine transformation to try to make the eyes and bottom lip appear in the same location on each image. Use a deep neural network to represent (or embed) the face on a 128-dimensional unit hypersphere. The embedding is a generic representation for anybody's face. Unlike other face representations, this embedding has the nice property that a larger distance between two face embeddings means that the faces are likely not of the same person. This property makes clustering, similarity detection, and classification tasks easier than other face recognition techniques where the Euclidean distance between features is not meaningful. Apply your favorite clustering or classification techniques to the features to complete your recognition task. See below for our examples for classification and similarity detection, including an online web demo.

27 November 2017 04:00

FACE RECOGNITION - DATA SET - The FaceScrub datase - vintage - resources

A Dataset With Over 100,000 Face Images of 530 People. Large face datasets are important for advancing face recognition research, but they are tedious to build, because a lot of work has to go into cleaning the huge amount of raw data. To facilitate this task, we developed an approach to building face datasets that detects faces in images returned from searches for public figures on the Internet, followed by automatically discarding those not belonging to each queried person. The FaceScrub dataset was created using this approach, followed by manually checking and cleaning the results. It comprises a total of 106,863 face images* of male and female 530 celebrities, with about 200 images per person. As such, it is one of the largest public face databases. The images were retrieved from the Internet and are taken under real-world situations (uncontrolled conditions). Name and gender annotations of the faces are included.

24 November 2017 10:00

FIR 57 - CSP - Mozilla a silencieusement déployé la fonctionnalité First Party Isolation empruntée à Tor, pour endiguer le profilage des régies publicitaires

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Le 21 novembre 2017, par Stéphane le calme, Chroniqueur Actualités Firefox a embarqué silencieusement une autre fonctionnalité empruntée au navigateur Tor dans sa version 55 qui a été déployée en août dernier : First Party Isolation (FPI). FPI fonctionne en séparant les cookies par domaine. Ceci est important, car la plupart des annonceurs en ligne déposent un cookie sur l'ordinateur de l'utilisateur pour chaque site visité par l'utilisateur puis ils chargent une annonce. Lorsque FPI est activé, l'outil de suivi des annonces ne peut pas voir tous les cookies qu'il a déposés sur le PC de cet utilisateur, mais seulement le cookie créé pour le domaine que l'utilisateur est en train de consulter. Cela forcera l'outil de suivi des annonces à créer un nouveau profil d'utilisateur pour chaque site visité par l'utilisateur et l'annonceur ne pourra pas agréger ces cookies et l'historique de navigation de l'internaute en un seul gros profil. Cette fonctionnalité était déjà déployée dans le navigateur Tor et avait le nom de Cross-Origin Identifier Unlinkability. Sur la page du projet Tor, il est expliqué que « L'exigence de conception du Cross-Origin Identifier Unlinkability est satisfaite par l'isolement de première instance de toutes les sources d'identificateur de navigateur. L'isolement de première instance signifie que toutes les sources d'identificateur et de l'état du navigateur sont limités (isolés) en utilisant le domaine de la barre d'URL. Cette portée est réalisée en combinaison avec toute portée tierce supplémentaire. Lorsque l'isolation de première instance est utilisée avec un stockage d'identificateur explicite qui a déjà une portée tierce contrainte (tels que les cookies et le stockage DOM), cette approche est appelée “double-keying”. « L'avantage de cette approche ne vient pas seulement sous la forme d'une liaison réduite, mais aussi en termes d'interface utilisateur simplifiée. Si tous les états et toutes les autorisations du navigateur sont associés à l'origine de la barre d'URL, les six ou sept différentes interfaces utilisateur de confidentialité qui régissent ces identifiants et autorisations peuvent devenir une seule interface utilisateur. Par exemple, une fenêtre qui répertorie l'origine de la barre d'URL pour quel état du navigateur existe, éventuellement avec une option de menu contextuel permettant d'accéder à des types d'état ou d'autorisations spécifiques. »

24 November 2017 09:00

22 November 2017 09:00

FIR - ABOUT:CONFIG - Overview of Firefox's about:config security and privacy preferences | gHacks Technology News

- dom.allow_scripts_to_close_windows Defines whether scripts can close windows in the browser. True: Scripts may close any window. False: Scripts may only close windows opened by scripts. (default) - dom.disable_image_src_set Determines whether JavaScript is allowed to manipulate images displayed in the browser. True: Scripts are allowed to change images. False: Scripts are not allowed (default) _ dom.event.clipboardevents.enabled Determines whether websites are allowed to access clipboard contents (check out: Block websites from reading or modifying Clipboard contents in Firefox for additional information). True: Websites may read or modify clipboard events. (default) False: Blocks access. - dom.event.contextmenu.enabled Determines whether websites are allowed to block access to the right-click context menu. True: Websites may manipulate the context menu. (default) False: Web pages won't be allowed to manipulate or block the context menu. - dom.popup_allowed_events Defines the JavaScript events that are allowed to create popup windows. change click dblclick mouseup reset submit touchend - Determines if location aware browsing is enabled. True: Location Aware browsing is enabled. (default) False: The feature is disabled which means that you won't get prompts on websites using it. - geo.wifi.uri The data provider used to power Firefox's geolocation feature. (Check out how to switch to a Mozilla operated service) https://www.googleapis.com/geolocation/v1/geolocate?key=%GOOGLE_API_KEY% - network.http.referer.XOriginPolicy Defines when to set the referrer (the page a visit originated from). 0: Never send it. 1: only send if the base domain matches. 2: only send if hosts match. - plugin.state.flash The default state of the Flash plugin. See How to make sure Firefox plugins never activate again for more information. 0: turns off the Flash plugin in Firefox. 1: sets the Flash plugin to ask to activate. 2: enables the Flash plugin.

FIR 57 - ADDON - uBlock Origin - uBO/webext - Read carefully if using uBO/webext

FIR 57 - ADDON - uBO/webext works best with Firefox 57 and above, and with multi-process enabled. There are many reports of people experiencing issues with some web sites, or images not loading, etc. Turns out many of these are a result of using some legacy extensions along uBO/webext. For instance, Reek's AAK in GreaseMonkey has been causing issues with images not loading. If you experience such issue, you will have to disable all your legacy extensions and see if this fixes your issue. If so, then you will have to re-enable your legacy extensions one by one to find the one(s) causing the problem. Those legacy extensions can cause multi-process to be disabled in your browser, and apparently when multi-process is disabled, this can cause many cases of page load failure.

20 November 2017 18:00

18 November 2017 09:00

FIR 57- ADDON - NightlyvTester Tools - Projects/Addons - MozillaWiki

Nightly Tester Tools is an extension that is a collection of useful tools for users of Firefox nightly builds. It was previously owned by Dave Townsend, but now is maintained by the Automation and Tools team. They're leading an effort to revive Nightly Tester Tools and make it even better. Nightly Tester Tools features the ability to disable add-on compatibility checks, crucial for nightly testers.

17 November 2017 13:00

FIR 57 - Thumbnail Zoom Plus - IMAGUS - commentaires de snmahtaeD sur Small bug in latest Firefox extension update

Sieve: Rules package for IMAGUS Sieve remote updating is removed from the Firefox version, so you can only manually import the official sieve.json file from here, which is good to know, since I won't publish new releases every time a rule breaks.

CSS - SCROLLBAR - Modern custom scrollbar (effects all websites) | Userstyles.org

A thin modern-looking scrollbar for all sites. Just as easy to use as the normal one but uses less screen space.

17 November 2017 10:00

16 November 2017 12:00

FIR - ADDON USERSTYELS - Forum reply about Stylus Permissions Required and Privacy - Stylus :: add0n.com

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Forum reply about Stylus Permissions Required and Privacy (by NarcolepticInsomniac): Responding to this almost seems silly, since OP is clearly delusional, but I might as well clarify so that no one else is confused by this FUD. Stylus needs to monitor, and have the ability to modify all pages in order to detect which URLs have applicable styles, and then inject those stylesheets. If you had any clue what you were talking about, you'd recognize that pretty broad permissions are required for such functionality. The real issue is that these same permissions which are required for basic functionality can also be abused by adding telemetry or other garbage. The majority of extensions include some low level basic analytics for development purposes, and many go much further than that, collecting your complete browsing history with personally identifying info to create profiles. These profiles can then be bought and sold for targeted advertising purposes. That's what happened to Stylish when it was sold to an analytics company, and one of the main reasons we created Stylus was to rectify this abuse of permissions granted by users who trusted the previous dev. Stylus collects nothing. Period. Not even low level analytics for install counts or to help in development regarding which features warrant more attention. This is a pain in the ass for development, but also very important for instilling trust within our user-base. The code is completely open source, so anyone can review it. With many users actively involved in maintaining and improving it, rest assured that nothing sketchy can make its way into the actual code. I think it might be worth adding an explanation for each permission in README. Not that it will convince the most suspicious users by itself, but then again they can simply use WireShark or Fiddler to see what Stylus network communications are (answer: only style update checks when the corresponding option is enabled).

16 November 2017 05:00

FIR 57> - CSP - ABOUT CONFIG - How to enable Firefox WebExtensions on Mozilla websites - Mozilla Firefox 57 - privacy.resistFingerprinting.block_mozAddonManager - TRUE - - FORUM HardWare.fr

How to enable Firefox WebExtensions on Mozilla websites (in https://www.ghacks.net/2017/10/27/how-to-enable-firefox-webextensions-on-mozilla-websites/): - Load about:config in the Firefox web browser. - You can run a search for just to make sure it does not exist: privacy.resistFingerprinting.block_mozAddonManager. It does not in the most recent Firefox Nightly builds at the time of writing. - Right-click in the part of the window that lists the preferences, and select New > Boolean from the context menu. - Name the new Boolean value: privacy.resistFingerprinting.block_mozAddonManager. - Set its value to true.

14 November 2017 13:00

JAVASCRIPT - Infinite Scroll - 'infinite-scroll' Questions - Page 2 - Stack Overflow

Tagged Questions: Infinite Scrolling, also known as endless scrolling, is a technique that is widely used by websites and Web applications that host lots of content on a page where pagination would traditionally have been used. Infinite scrolling involves initially loading only one page of content. As the user ...

14 November 2017 03:00

FIR 57 - ADDON - Made a small video on how to hack an example WebExtension! - Add-ons / Development - Mozilla Discourse

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f you have friends that want to start with building WebExtensions show them this link https://vimeo.com/2402821339 Most people start with “Hello World” web sites when they want to learn Front End stuff. This is boring. Building an WebExtension as the first web project is sooo totally awesome! :smiley: I choose to sign it as unlisted WebExtension since lots of people don’t know it’s possible and if you are a n00b and want to share your extension in 5 minutes regardless of how useless it is, an unlisted web extension is better than a listed one.

12 November 2017 09:00

FIR - CSS - What is userChrome.css? What can it do?

userChrome.css is a style sheet with special importance to Firefox. The rules in userChrome.css are applied to the user interface, and can override nearly every built-in style rule. Unfortunately, you cannot use userChrome.css to change the functional operation of Firefox; that's what extensions are for. Creating a userChrome.css file and adding style rules allows you to make changes to fonts and colors, hide unnecessary items, adjust spacing, and make other changes to the appearance of Firefox. The following examples illustrate the wide range of effects you can create, either by creating your own style recipes, or building on the work of CSS wizards sharing their talents on the web.

10 November 2017 04:00

CSS - @font-face - CSS font-display: The Future of Font Rendering on the Web — SitePoint

Before looking in detail at the various features offered by font-display, let’s briefly consider how you might use the feature in your CSS. First of all, font-display is not a CSS property but, as mentioned in the intro, it is a descriptor for the @font-face at-rule. This means that it must be used inside a @font-face rule, as showed in the following code: @font-face { font-family: 'Saira Condensed'; src: url(fonts/sairacondensed.woff2) format('woff2'); font-display: swap; } In this snippet I’m defining a swap value for the font Saira Condensed. The keywords for all the available values are: auto block swap fallback optional

09 November 2017 14:00

VIDEO - Les autocollants anti radar contre le flash - YouTube

En Russie, un homme montre des autocollants anti-radar qui se pose sur les numéros de la plaque d'immatriculation et qui permettent de ne pas s'afficher sur la photo lors d'un flash. Il est donc possible d'acheter ces chiffres autocollants qui se collent directement sur la plaque d'immatriculation pour éviter de recevoir une amande. Évidemment, cette technique est interdite par la loi et il ne faut pas la reproduire.

VIDEO- Présentation de notre forceur "universel" pour serrures radiales et véhicules. - YouTube

Présentation de notre forceur "universel" pour serrures radiales et véhicules.

08 November 2017 09:00

FIR / CHROME - ADDON - AccessURL

AccessURL est une extension pour Chrome ou Firefox. Son fonctionnement est simple : Vous vous loggez sur un site, vous cliquez sur l'icône AccessURL, vous choisissez une durée avant expiration et AccessURL chiffrera votre cookie, l'enverra sur son serveur et vous générera une URL à partager à votre ami. Dès que votre ami se rendra sur l'URL, son navigateur (avec l'extension AccessURL) chargera votre cookie, le déchiffrera grâce à la clé contenue dans l'URL et hop, il sera connecté directement sur le site partagé.

FIRE - ADDON - Passer en mode sombre sur Firefox – Primokorn's

Owl n’est pas le module qui permet un noir profond de partout mais il a des options très intéressantes : Tout d’abord, on peut l’activer et le désactiver depuis un bouton à côté de la barre URL ou via un raccourci clavier. Ensuite, il permet d’inverser les PDF et des fichiers ouverts localement (file://). Il dispose également d’une fonctionnalité pour « respecter le thème » du site web. Vous comprendrez en l’essayant 🙂 Enfin, Owl nous offre la possibilité de créer des règles.

08 November 2017 02:00

CANALBLOG - Avec accusé de déception

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Passionné d'histoire, j'aime partager mes coups de cœur mais aussi mes coups de gueule. Le 7 novembre 1917 débutait la révolution d’Octobre Ire partie : le putsch populaire d’un parti ouvrier sans leader ouvrier

VIDEO - FAKE / Hoax ? - Moteur Heiss - Moteur à aimant - "Electricité gratuite, montage très simple" - YouTube

Hoax ?: Tres simple de produire de l'éléctricité gratuite avec ce tout nouveau montage. Ce tuto est dédié aux personnes qui n'arrivent pas a positionné les aimants sur l'ancien model. Avec ce tuto se sera un jeu d'enfant de vous créer un moteur Heiss. Explication du pourquoi cela ne peut pas marcher (le probléme vient surtout du "convertisseur" (un simple chargeur de téléphone) et de la section des fils électriques coté ventilateur: "Un générateur à aimant uniquement ça ne se peut pas" en Canadien (video YOUTUBE) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jCugmUhhFDY

03 November 2017 13:00

GREASEMONKEY (v.4 - webextention) - FIR 57 - Greasespot: Greasemonkey 4 For Script Authors

What? The Greasespot Wiki will be updated to explain Greasemonkey 4 in detail. Until then, here's a quick summary. First, there is only an embedded editor. Browser Extensions have no access to the file system, so you can no longer author user scripts in your familiar text editor. There is only one object provided to user scripts now, named GM. It has several properties. One of them is info – the equivalent of the old GM_info. There are also several methods of this object: getResourceUrl, deleteValue/getValue/listValues/setValue, xmlHttpRequest. To use these methods you still need @grant, and use the new name, e.g.: // @grant GM.setValue The new form has a dot, where the old form has an underscore. You may specify both @grants, if you'd like to be compatible with Greasemonkey 4 and other user script engines at the same time. As of today, there is no support for: GM_log (use console.log), GM_addStyle, GM_registerMenuCommand, nor GM_getResourceText.

31 October 2017 14:00

FIR - jQuery - Getting Started | Select2 - The jQuery replacement for select boxes

The jQuery replacement for select boxes Forums GitHub IRC Chat Select2 gives you a customizable select box with support for searching, tagging, remote data sets, infinite scrolling, and many other highly used options.

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