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Windows 10 Mitigations Make Future Eternal-blue Attacks Difficult

By Shaurya Sharma 0 Comment June 8, 2017

The emergence of a slot of the EternalBlue makes use of Windows 10 indicators that white-hat researchers have likely done what the NSA has recently long back accomplished. The leaked version of the powerful Windows SMB attack shared by the ShadowBrokers in April built simply to strike Windows XP and Windows 7 machines. The strange […]

New version of Windows 10 will move to ReFS file system

By Shaurya Sharma 0 Comment June 7, 2017

MDL forum users found a new edition of Windows 10 in the once “deadly” assembly 16212. Apparently, the Microsoft plans to release several versions of Windows 10, focused mainly on the employees of large enterprises and educational institutions. Their main innovation will be the use of fresh and faster file system, which will soon replace […]

XData ransomware Released Decryptor Tool

By Shaurya Sharma 0 Comment June 2, 2017

ESET has created and released a decryption tool for AESNI, or XData, ransomware variants. Anyone infected by the malware, also known as Win32/Filecoder. AESNI. B and Win32/Filecoder. AESNI. C can use the ESET tool. The decryptor ideal for files encrypted with the RSA key employed by AES-NI variant B, which adds the extensions. aes256, aes_ni, […]

NSA’s Windows “EsteemAudit” RPD Utilize Remains Unpatched – Wanna Cry Again

By Shaurya Sharma 0 Comment May 26, 2017

Support yourselves for a possible ‘second wave’ of substantial global cyber attack, as SMB (Server Message Block) has not been the only network protocol whose zero-day uses created by NSA were exposed in the Darkness Brokers dump last month. Although Microsoft released sections for SMB flaws for supported versions in March and unsupported versions immediately […]

What is the Difference Between Sleep and Hibernate in Window 7?

By Shaurya Sharma 0 Comment March 20, 2017

Windows provides several options for conserving power when we are not using your PC like, Sleep, Hibernate, and Hybrid Sleep, and are particularly useful if we have a laptop. Here’s the difference between them. Sleep Mode: Sleep mode is a power saving state that is similar to pausing a DVD movie. All actions on the computer are […]

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