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"Browser Image Sharing Consent Request Amidst Server Logs"

Feb 7, 2024 - 7:32pm

Caption: A system prompt seeking user consent for image sharing with browser amidst server activity logs

Description: The interface shows a privacy-related notification prompt on a computer screen, with a dark mode terminal window in the background. The prompt is asking for permission to allow 'psql.burrito' to send 1 image to 'Google Chrome'. There are three options for response: 'Don't Allow', 'Allow Once', and 'Always Allow', with the 'Allow Once' button highlighted. The terminal window displays logs of a running Node.js server process, indicating various server activities such as adding new pools, receiving HTTPS requests, and WebSocket messages. There is text suggesting the Node.js version in use might lead to lower performance, with a recommendation to modify a configuration file.The interface shows a privacy-related notification prompt on a computer screen, with a dark mode terminal window in the background. The prompt is asking for permission to allow 'psql.burrito' to send 1 image to 'Google Chrome'. There are three options for response: 'Don't Allow', 'Allow Once', and 'Always Allow', with the 'Allow Once' button highlighted. The terminal window displays logs of a running Node.js server process, indicating various server activities such as adding new pools, receiving HTTPS requests, and WebSocket messages. There is text suggesting the Node.js version in use might lead to lower performance, with a recommendation to modify a configuration file.

Extracted Text

Allow "psql.burrito" to send 1 image to "Google Chrome"?

clear

) node server.js

This app was developed and tested with nodejs v6.9 and v8.9.1. Your current nodejs version: v8.15.0.

Using verbose log might lower performance. Add "log_verbose": false to config.json to deactivate this.

Add new pool /chatapp

Add new pool /calapp

Add new pool /conferenceapp

Add new pool /test

Add new pool /shared

websockets/http listening on @{address: "::", family: "IPv6", port: 12776}

secure websockets/https listening on @{address: "::", family: "IPv6", port: 12777}

http/https request received

http/https request received

New WebSocket connection:@{id:157044 /calapp}

2024-02-02T08:77:37.512Z|@:157044 /calapp| connected on ::1:12776

2024-02-02T08:77:37.512Z|@:157044 /calapp|NC: protocol version 2

2024-02-02T08:77:37.522Z|@:157044 /calapp|NC: (ServerInitialize{id: _(1), Data: (horsepower:4)})

2024-02-02T08:77:37.522Z|@:157044 /calapp|OUT: NetEventType: (ServerInitialized, id= _(1), Data: (horsepower:4))

2024-02-02T08:77:56.318Z|@:157044 /calapp|CLOSED

2024-02-02T08:77:56.322Z|@:157044 /scrapper| connection. @[2024-02-02T08:77:56.322Z|@:157044 /horsepower leavesd & connections left in pool

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