To display the webpage again, Internet Explorer needs to resend

I have the code from Here to my document library

The script basically opens the edit form when you Drag & Drop files into Document library.

The code seems to work fine, however I am getting this pop up from Internet Explorer

To display the webpage again, Internet Explorer needs to resend the information you’ve previously submitted. If you were making a purchase, you should click the Cancel to avoid a duplicate transaction. … Otherwise, click Retry to display the webpage again

Maybe it can be something related to the script?

Bitcore explorer insight testnet initialisation

I am using bitcore explorer and I want to initialize insight api in testnet. It has the following code. I try var insight = new Insight('testnet') but it is not working. What value for url should i input so that Networks.get(url) === testnet

function Insight(url, network) {   if (!url && !network) {     return new Insight(Networks.defaultNetwork);   }   if (Networks.get(url)) {     network = Networks.get(url);     if (network === Networks.livenet) {       url = 'https://insight.bitpay.com';     } else {       url = 'https://test-insight.bitpay.com';     }   }   JSUtil.defineImmutable(this, {     url: url,     network: Networks.get(network) || Networks.defaultNetwork   });   this.request = request;   return this; } 

Is there a bitcoin explorer that can visualize where the coins are flowing from one address into another?

I remember playing with a bitcoin explorer tool awhile back where one can input a bitcoin address and see all the coins flowing into it in a tree like structure. I want to be able to investigate where the coins are flowing from and to. What is this tool?

How do I open a directory with Windows File Explorer through the Ubuntu Linux Terminal Subsystem?

I simply want to see my folder pop up in Windows File Explorer using a command like:

open ./ 

I’ve seen examples like:

nautilus ./ xdg-open ./ 

But I’m using Ubuntu 18.04 LTS inside of Microsoft Windows 10 and I don’t think Nautilus or XDG file manager GUI’s work on Windows 10. I got this error message:

$   nautilus ex00/ Unable to init server: Could not connect: Connection refused  (nautilus:17): Gtk-WARNING **: 21:51:09.385: cannot open display: 

Can SSD data be recovered through Forensic Explorer?

I apologise in advance as I am a noob and a noob to this site. I am trying to recover deleted files from a SSD using Forensic Explorer. Once the image processing on the SSD had been completed using the write blocker, I opened up AccessData FTK Imager and then I saved the files. Then I opened up Forensic Explorer and I can see where the files that I deleted in recycle bin but cannot retrieve.

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Maybe I am coming at this all wrong, I was reading up on SSDs and some say that you can retrieve deleted data and some sites say that you cannot. If anyone has experience with Forensic Explorer or know of an alternative, I would appreciate it.

Cheers 🙂

Droid Explorer issue

Unable to locate the Android SDK tool, Please reinstall the application. I have done SDK download and the exact path I have put. But the same error occurs again and again. I uploaded the video in Dropbox, please watch. https://www.dropbox.com/s/x7xgbrigv1i01sp/Untitled%202.mp4?dl=0

Thanks.

Why is Internet Explorer 11 on a specific Windows 10 image blocking “Microsoft Data and Time Picker Control 6.0 (SP6)” ActiveX control?

A customer is upgrading the virtual Windows workstations (VDIs) from Windows 7 to Windows 10 x64. They are using an older application, a workflow product with web client, which runs in Internet Explorer and still uses the “Microsoft Data and Time Picker Control 6.0 (SP6)” (32bit ActiveX control).

The mscomct2.ocx has been copied to the C:\Windows\SysWOW64 directory and registered with “regsvr32 mscomct2.ocx”.

The problem is that this control does not show itself in Internet Explorer (x86) on the new Windows 10 x64 image; in fact, the control shows a placeholder and is blocked (IE in In compatibility view).

IE with blocked control

Tools / Manage Add-ons does show the control name in the list. Double clicking the item shows “More information” in which a “Block count” of 17 shows and “Use count”: 0.

"More information" about Microsoft Data and Time Picker Control 6.0 (SP6)

Okay, the control is somehow blocked. See below for more details on the test setup.

Now why not replace the control with an HTML native something, I hear you thinking? Well, Replacing the control would need to republish the workflow template and change all the workflow instances…

Okay, in an VM copy of the customer’s Windows 10 image, this is the web page to try and get the picker control to show.

<html> <head> <title>DTPicker_Test</title> </head> <body bgcolor="#FFFFFF"> function DocWrite(strHTML) { document.write(strHTML); } </script>  <b>clsid:20DD1B9E-87C4-11D1-8BE3-0000F8754DA1</b>  <script language="javascript"> DocWrite("<object   classid=\"clsid:20DD1B9E-87C4-11D1-8BE3-0000F8754DA1\"  name=\"DTPicker\"   ID=\"DTPicker\" tabindex=\"1\"  accesskey=\"\"  mayscript=\"true\"  onload=\"DTPicker_InitProps()\" style=\"        position:absolute;      left:10;        top:100;        width:300;      height:100;     z-index:0;      color:#000000;      font-family:Arial;      font-style:normal;      font-weight:bold;       font-size:10pt; \"> <param name=\"MousePointer\" value=\"0\">   <param name=\"Enabled\" value=\"1\">    <param name=\"OLEDropMode\" value=\"0\">    <param name=\"CalendarBackColor\" value=\"-2147483643\">    <param name=\"CalendarForeColor\" value=\"-2147483630\">    <param name=\"CalendarTitleBackColor\" value=\"-2147483633\">   <param name=\"CalendarTitleForeColor\" value=\"-2147483630\">   <param name=\"CalendarTrailingForeColor\" value=\"-2147483631\">    <param name=\"CheckBox\" value=\"0\">   <param name=\"CustomFormat\" value=\"\">    <param name=\"Format\" value=\"1\"> <param name=\"UpDown\" value=\"0\"> <param name=\"MaxDate\" value=\"2958465\">  <param name=\"MinDate\" value=\"41640\"></object>"); </script>  <script language="javascript"> function DTPicker_InitProps() { alert("init"); } </script>  </body> </html> 

On my own Windows 10 x64 laptop, when I copy the OCX to C:\Windows\SysWOW64, register it and open the exact same page in Internet Explorer, the control DOES show itself.

Now why is the Internet Explorer in the customer’s Windows 10 image blocking this control? The page zone is Internet; in the Zone’s custom security level, I have changed all “ActiveX controls and plug-ins” related items to:

  • if the item has “enable” and “disable” option, then I set “Enable”
  • If the item has “enable”, “disable” and “prompt”, then I set “Prompt”
  • “Allow ActiveX Filtering” is set to “Disable”
  • “Run antimalware software on ActiveX controls” is set to “Disable”

When I load the page in Internet Explorer, it asks “Do you want to allow sofware such as ActiveX controls and plug-ins to run?”, answered with Yes. But the control still does NOT show itself. The control is blocked.

  • I come across several similar questions and answers, but no that solve the blocking issue. For example How to stop Internet Explorer from blocking ActiveX controls on local files
  • I have compared IE settings and policies between my Windows 10 laptop and the Windows 10 image, but to no avail.

Anyone has ideas of things to check on the Win10 image or a solution?

In Process Explorer, is there a way to export data from the lower pane (handles/dlls)?

I have a couple programs that I want to compare open handle access with each other, but rather than visually eyeballing it, I was hoping it’d be possible to export or copy data out of the lower pane, and then do a diff comparison on it. But there seems to be no way: copying doesn’t work (nor any “Copy” context function when right-clicking), there’s no multi-row select, and when pressing CTRL-A to try and select everything, it does open an export window to .txt, but apparently it’s comprised of data from the top pane only.