Why does the CLX.Sentinel browser window blink?
The frame of the browser window and the toolbar blinks if another window is on top of the CLX.Sentinel browser window. This happens when any part of a window (e.g. Explorer, Firefox, e-mail program, etc.) overlays the CLX.Sentinel browser window. You can easily bring the CLX.Sentinel browser window back to the top by using the Alt-Tab key combination. The blinking of the CLX.Sentinel browser is a useful feature that informs users of an overlying window, which can be part of acyber attack. In these attacks, a malware program opens an invisible window (an overlay) on top of your browser and records/changes sensitive transaction data such as user names/passwords, PINs, account information, payment entries, etc.
- Shouldn the PDF form open in my browser window? When I click to open a PDF form, why does the PDF form open in a separate Adobe Acrobat window?
- The colour scheme of my window changes when I start the CLX.Sentinel browser. Why is that?
- When I try to download a file, I get a bunch of garbage in the browser window. Whats up?