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    I now have this problem, on a 64-bit windows 7...

    I now have this problem, on a 64-bit windows 7 system with wifi (only) internet access. Secunia is already listed as a trusted site.
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    Actually, your data is not just encrypted, but is...

    Actually, your data is not just encrypted, but is 'salted' and encrypted. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salt_(cryptography)
    Even if your passwords are weak, it would be very very difficult to crack...
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    One more way to check (if you know the file...

    One more way to check (if you know the file name.)
    http://www.processlibrary.com/
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    After you get all the fixes done, there is a very...

    After you get all the fixes done, there is a very good (and safe) free application called soluto (soluto.com) that you should consider. It's an app that runs during the OS bootloader, and watches...
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    Almost exactly what I was thinking. My uWave...

    Almost exactly what I was thinking. My uWave oven does the same thing if my laptop is too close to the kitchen.
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    I agree with your cloud sentiments...but let me...

    I agree with your cloud sentiments...but let me clarify that with respect to LastPass. Your passwords are not stored in the cloud via LastPass. Only hashed and salted versions of them are there. ...
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    This is very good advice- and now may be the time...

    This is very good advice- and now may be the time to try LastPass, which allows you to create and use high strength, unique passwords on your various login's. It's highly rated and the free version...
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    I disagree. The locally stored passwords should...

    I disagree. The locally stored passwords should be encrypted, whether the PC is mobile or not- as they can be accessible to malware. Firefox does this, and I'd be surprised if Chrome does not.
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