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Windows 10 / Re : Créer un lecteur de récupération
« Dernier message par poipoi2 le Aujourd'hui à 07:32:55 »
Merci pour votre réponse, cela m'est très utile. Je choisis Créer un lecteur de récupération, lorsque je sélectionne "Restauration du système", est-ce que je retourne à une version antérieure à Windows 10? Je n'ose pas opérer
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News / [Eset]Microsoft enhances OneDrive to secure your sensitive files
« Dernier message par igor51 le Aujourd'hui à 05:00:06 »
Microsoft enhances OneDrive to secure your sensitive files

The new feature is intended to protect the kind of data that you hold particularly dear
The post Microsoft enhances OneDrive to secure your sensitive files appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

Source: Microsoft enhances OneDrive to secure your sensitive files
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News / [AVAST]How To Detect Phishing Emails Sent To Your Business | Avast
« Dernier message par igor51 le Hier à 21:00:06 »
How To Detect Phishing Emails Sent To Your Business | Avast

Businesses are embracing technology and relying more heavily on the web for communications —  attracting cybercriminals with new attack methods. Phishing is a tactic defined by the U.S. government as an online scam that targets users by sending emails that appear to be from a well-known source. The sender could be posing as the CEO of your company or even as a business you frequently use such as Microsoft or Amazon. 


Source: How To Detect Phishing Emails Sent To Your Business | Avast
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iPhone lockscreen bypass: iOS 13 tricked into showing your contacts

This time, José Rodríguez came up with a way to trick the iOS 13 beta into showing its address book without the need to unlock the screen.
Source: iPhone lockscreen bypass: iOS 13 tricked into showing your contacts
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News / [Sophos]Google fixes Chromebook 2FA flaw in ‘built-in security key’
« Dernier message par igor51 le Hier à 16:00:05 »
Google fixes Chromebook 2FA flaw in ‘built-in security key’

Google has discovered a flaw in a Chromebook security feature which allows owners to press their device’s power button to initiate U2F 2FA.
Source: Google fixes Chromebook 2FA flaw in ‘built-in security key’
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Skidmap Linux Malware Uses Rootkit Capabilities to Hide Cryptocurrency-Mining Payload

Skidmap, a Linux malware that we recently stumbled upon, demonstrates the increasing complexity of recent cryptocurrency-mining threats. This malware is notable because of the way it loads malicious kernel modules to keep its cryptocurrency mining operations under the radar.


These kernel-mode rootkits are not only more difficult to detect compared to its user-mode counterparts — attackers can also use them to gain unfettered access to the affected system. A case in point: the way Skidmap can also set up a secret master password that gives it access to any user account in the system. Conversely, given that many of Skidmap’s routines require root access, the attack vector that Skidmap uses — whether through exploits, misconfigurations, or exposure to the internet — are most likely the same ones that provide the attacker root or administrative access to the system.


The post Skidmap Linux Malware Uses Rootkit Capabilities to Hide Cryptocurrency-Mining Payload appeared first on .


Source: Skidmap Linux Malware Uses Rootkit Capabilities to Hide Cryptocurrency-Mining Payload
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News / [Sophos]Simjacker silent phone hack could affect a billion users
« Dernier message par igor51 le Hier à 15:00:06 »
Simjacker silent phone hack could affect a billion users

The shadowy world of phone-surveillance-for-hire became a little clearer last week following the discovery of a phone exploit called Simjacker.
Source: Simjacker silent phone hack could affect a billion users
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Sécurité Générale / Re : RogueKiller: Mises à jour et nouveautés
« Dernier message par Tigzy le Hier à 14:03:52 »
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News / [Sophos]Tiny Pacific nation forges ahead with national cryptocurrency
« Dernier message par igor51 le Hier à 14:00:09 »
Tiny Pacific nation forges ahead with national cryptocurrency

The Marshall Islands is facing rising seas and financial isolation. But critics say their get-rich-quick cryptocurrency scheme won't work.
Source: Tiny Pacific nation forges ahead with national cryptocurrency
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