But not everyone is part of the "most people" group. That is the annoying thing about articles such as the one you cited: they...
Agree. It takes practice!
We have to make decisions about what we read. I do not read reviews on those two sites. There are other ways to find...
Not forced to look at them? Check.
Years ago I trained myself not to look at billboards while driving. It's easy to do the same when on...
The author writes,
At a minimum, Web snooping can be annoying. Cookies are how a pair of pants you look at in one site end up following you...
Here is a screen shot of mine:
I've always assumed the user has to be a member of some Google thingy -- YouTube, Gmail, and the like,...
Well, I tested stuff for many years, got bored...
But I look in from time to time... still a great Forum, I notice!
Some extra syntax got copied into the URL. It is:...
By privacy, if you mean one or more of the following:
the state of being free from unwanted or undue intrusion or disturbance in one's private...
What is Powershell?
Just kidding... it is not installed on my system, and if it were, I would find a way to remove or disable it.
I don't know, since I don't test exploits anymore, and without testing myself, I don't make any assumptions.
Very interesting! I thought I was reading an article from 2008. CHM exploits were quite common then.
Here is a screen shot showing an exploit...
Other: Deep Freeze.
On each reboot, the system is "optimized" in that any file written to a frozen partition (including the Registry) is...
If someone takes out a credit card in your name, how does that person get the card? Wouldn't your address be on the credit card...
I notice that domain in your Navigation links as "nofollow." I don't know what that refers to.
"Only those defenses are good, certain and durable, which depend on yourself alone and your own ability." —The Prince, by Niccolo Machiavelli....
Wow! The dangers of HTML email have been talked about since the 1990s...so nothing new here, except the CSS trickery.
I suppose organizations...
That sounds logical, Ron.
I'm curious why he answers non-recognized calls (those not in his contact list).
Consider a Reboot-to-restore program.
I've used Deep Freeze (DF) for more than 10 years. On reboot, anything written to C:\ during the previous...
Well, that is different than just opening an email. The victim then has to open an attachment. It is a two-step attack.
Yes! In one sense, though, many exploits use Windows to infect Windows - the orginal LNK exploit used a vulnerability in the Windows Shell.
Interesting... how did opening an email install something? (I didn't see any details in the report.)
They were used at least as far back as 2010:
Downloader-CJX Cashing In on Microsoft .LNK Flaw...
Does this apply to anyone, or just Twitter members?
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