Gabe is having trouble logging into YouTube using Steam's Overlay browser. He gets a browser not secure warning. But if he uses a different Gmail account, he can get in. Leo suspects that the Browser is using a format that YouTube no longer supports. It turns out that YouTube has made a change that doesn't support the Overlay Browser. Here's a Steam note on it, and another here.
George found a website called howsecureismypassword.net to determine how secure his login is. It'll tell you how long it would take a computer to crack your password with a brute force attack. Leo says that the longer the password is, the better. It's interesting, but giving a password to a random site will make it far easier to crack since it's no longer private. So while it may be interesting to try, don't use that password after.
Now that EDGE has replaced Internet Explorer as Microsoft's default browser, the company has announced a new Kids mode that can be turned on in the settings. There are two modes based on age .... 5-8, and 9-12, which can whitelist various websites and block others. Leo says that whitelisting will help parents to prevent their kids from going to sites they don't want them to visit. If a kid wants to go to a page that's not on the White List, a parent can be asked for permission.
Jose is having problems using a VPN with his iPhone. Leo says you have to create a separate VPN profile for the phone to use. That's probably the issue. If that's not the answer, then look to see if the phone is defaulting to your wifi connection, without the VPN.
Susan wants to know if it's safe to run Microsoft EDGE. Leo says yes, and Microsoft has a new version. Stop using Internet Explorer. It's not secure anymore. Run with EDGE.
Brian has a series of VIVOTEK IP cameras. But he can't cast to Safari, Chrome or Firefox. EDGE and Explorer work though. Leo says that he may need to install an extension, and it may not be available. VIVOTEK may not have written plugins for it, or it may use a technology which other browsers don't support. Browsers have depreciated some of those plugin technologies lately. And chances are, they aren't secure.
From the chatroom, there is a way and here's a video on it - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEPuhmPIzm4