RozellOne
RozellOne

Welcome To My Personal Website

RozellOne is a personal website which goes beyond do it yourself projects, technology, photography, videos, but I cover so much more. Back in 1997 when East Texas first got the Internet, I was making what we called a home page.  The Internet has grown since then, and I just wanted to return to the old days, creating a diverse website just for fun.  Look around and enjoy.
Please share. Thanks.

Welcome To My

Personal Website

RozellOne is a personal website which goes beyond do it yourself projects, technology, photography, videos, but I cover so much more. Back in 1997 when East Texas first got the Internet, I was making what we called a home page.  The Internet has grown since then, and I just wanted to return to the old days, creating a diverse website just for fun.  Look around and enjoy. Please share. Thanks.
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Firefox 69 Now Blocks 3rd-Party Tracking Cookies and Cryptominers By Default

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Firefox 69 Now Blocks 3rd-Party Tracking Cookies and Cryptominers By Default

Mozilla has finally enabled the "Enhanced Tracking Protection" feature for all of its web browser users worldwide by default with the official launch of Firefox 69 back in September 2019 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android. The company enabled the "Enhanced Tracking Protection" setting by default for its browser in June this year, but only for new users who downloaded and installed a fresh copy of Firefox.


UniCredit Bank Suffers 'Data Incident' Exposing 3 Million Italian Customer Records

UniCredit, an Italian global banking and financial services company, announced today that it suffered a security incident that leaked some personal information belonging to at least 3 million of its domestic customers.
Officially founded in 1870, UniCredit is Italy's biggest banking and financial services and one of the leading European commercial banks with more than 8,500 branches across 17 countries.



Mysterious malware that re-installs itself infected over 45,000 Android Phones

Over the past few months, hundreds of Android users have been complaining online of a new piece of mysterious malware that hides on the infected devices and can reportedly reinstall itself even after users delete it, or factory reset their devices.
Dubbed Xhelper, the malware has already infected more than 45,000 Android devices in just the last six months and is continuing to spread by infecting at least 2,400 devices on an average each month, according to the latest report published today by Symantec.


US green economy has 10 times more jobs than the fossil fuel industry

The green economy has grown so much in the US that it employs around 10 times as many people as the fossil fuel industry – despite the past decade’s oil and gas boom.


Have we found the African origin of all humanity? It's complicated


A study claiming to have identified our species’ ancestral homeland in southern Africa has provoked deep scepticism.

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