1. JM Security

    Tutorial 3 CMD commands to view if our PC is infected

    CMD commands are often useful to discover if our PC is infected or not. 1. tracert -d to view if there are problems during the communication with an host. 2. arp -a this command is important to view if someone has used our router ARP table (so if someone hacked our network). 3. dir C: attrib...
  2. Michyon

    SECURE: Complete Michyon's Lockdown config 2018

    Ultra lockdown 2019. Looking to ensure I have armor against state sponsored attacks, and monitoring. I am concerned about exploits and zero day. I am hoping this is sufficient for security, but I would like advice from some other fellow pros here on an ultimate lockdown (and settings tweaks)
  3. Panny

    MiniTool Assists Worldwide Companies in Achieving Compliance under GDPR

    The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has superseded the Data Protection Directive and came into effect on 25 May 2018 in the European Union (EU). This regulation aims to protect the privacy of EU residents. Companies who fail to follow the GDPR have to pay a fine of up to €20 million or...
  4. Aerdian

    SECURE: Complete Aerdian's Security Config 2018

    My current system security configuration. Please comment what you think and what you think I should change/add/remove, etc.
  5. A

    Help Me Decide Which Security Suite is the best for a PC with low specs?

    Hello all.. :):D The important specs to know are as following: I use my laptop for Movies, Internet Browsing, Microsoft Office, Some Engineering Applications like Matlab and Simlink, Photoshop, and I'm constantly downloading.. I'm an advanced user, hence not fooled by spamming...
  6. I

    Security Alert Petya the Newest Kid in the World of Viruses

    Hi All, Recently a malware named WannaCry brought down the world wide web to its knees. The malware was originally a Ransomware, which used to lock down the victim’s computer and took all the data as ransom and the attackers then started demanding 300 bitcoins in order to let the user gain...
  7. T

    SECURE: Complete Tim one's security setup 2018

    Hi all :) Just an update of my old setup, F-Secure Safe performs very well and it is quite light on my system. OS images and data backups are stored also on external HDD and USB keys.
  8. CyberTech

    Unlimited Giveaway AVG Internet Security 2018 - Free license for 1 year

    AVG Internet Security 2018 - Free license for 1 year Get a free license for AVG Internet Security 2018 for 1 year. Comprehensive antivirus with firewall, proactive protection, web protection and new functions "Protecting the webcam" and "Protection from extortion programs" AVG Internet...
  9. I.Unknown

    SECURE: Complete I.Unknown "Amanda" Expeirmental Build 2

    So I tried to make a light and efficient config - I do not use Sandboxing software anymore. I deleted the lovely noscript plugin, ReHips and other things. I loved all of them but they decreased my comfort. - I use portable apps everywhere I can to make sure my OS stays light. I believe good...
  10. RoboMan

    Google Project Zero discloses 'important' security vulnerability in Windows 10

    The flaw in question is the second to be reported in a Microsoft product in the past week. Google's Project Zero team has disclosed another Windows 10 security flaw after Microsoft failed to patch it within the standard timeframe of 90 days. As first spotted by Neowin, the bug is one of a pair...
  11. Reajoan Mashfik

    Android [Root] Reajoan Mashfik's S4 Configration.

    Removed 100% Bloatware. Google Play Protect - Enable. Unknown Sources - Disable. USB debugging" - Disable. Developer Options - Hidden. Automation : Greenify Pro - Hibernate background apps Hibernate My CPU - Automatically locks CPU to lowest possible frequency. SD Maid Pro - Automatically...
  12. Faybert

    Firefox 60 with new preference to disable FTP

    Source: Firefox 60 with new preference to disable FTP - gHacks Tech News
  13. Syafiq

    Problem Kaspersky Certificate didn't uninstalled automatically

    Hello, I recently uninstalled Kaspersky Internet Security and their certificate is remains on my system even after using KAV Removal Tool. I have one question, is it safe to delete the kaspersky certificate manually or.... ? :unsure:
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