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Windows 10 / Re : Windows Scipt Host au démarrage de Windows 10
« Dernier message par tomtom95 le Aujourd'hui à 13:02:05 »
Bonjour sev.windows10,

C'est un problème d'infection de ton ordinateur
Pour commencer on va faire un diagnostic de l'ordinateur avec l'outil FRST

Télécharge sur le Bureau << IMPORTANT pas ailleurs
Selon le système exploitation 32 Bit ou 64 Bits 
Mon ordinateur exécute-t-il la version 32 ou 64 ?bits
Farbar Recovery Scan Tool pour systèmes x32 (x86)
Farbar Recovery Scan Tool Pour systèmes x64

  • Ferme toutes les applications en cours (notamment le navigateur)
    Faites un clique droit sur le fichier téléchargé (FRST.exe) et choisissez Exécuter en tant qu'administrateur
    puis cliquez sur 'Exécuter' lors de l'Avertissement de sécurité - Fichier ouvert.
    Quand l'outil démarre, cliquez sur Oui si vous acceptez les termes de la fenêtre Disclaimer (clause de non-responsabilité).

    Clique sur le bouton ANALYSE.
    L'outil va créer un fichier rapport [log] nommé FRST.txt situé sur le bureau
    La première fois où l'outil est exécuté, il crée un autre rapport nommé Addition.txt - situé également sur le bureau
    Héberge les rapports  sur le site  ce service de rapport en ligne
    Sur le site appuyez sur Parcourir et chercher les rapports sur le bureau et sélectionne le
    Sur la page
  • Cliquez sur Ouvrir
    Puis sur le site
  • Cliquez sur  ENVOI,
    Puis copie/colle les liens fourni ICI dans votre prochaine réponse.
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Windows 10 / Windows Scipt Host au démarrage de Windows 10
« Dernier message par sev.windows10 le Aujourd'hui à 12:09:15 »
Bonjour !  :)

depuis plusieurs semaines, à chaque fois que j'allume mon ordinateur, une fenêtre d'erreur apparait, et indique :
"Windows Script Host
Impossible de trouver le fichier script
C:\Users\sev\AppData\Local\Temp\SysinfY2X.db "

(j'ai également fais une capture d'écran : https://image.noelshack.com/fichiers/2018/21/3/1527069132-erreur.png)

Est-ce grave ? D'autres personnes sous windows 10 ont-elles ce même problème ? Savez-vous que faire ?

Un grand merci d'avance !
Bonne journée,



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£120,000 fine for university after details of 20,000 staff and students exposed in data breach

The University of Greenwich has received a fine of £120,000 because of the substantial damage and substantial distress caused by a security breach that exposed the personal information of 20,000 people.
The post £120,000 fine for university after details of 20,000 staff and students exposed in data breach appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

Source: £120,000 fine for university after details of 20,000 staff and students exposed in data breach
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News / [AVAST]5 tips for ultimate online security and privacy | Avast Infographic
« Dernier message par igor51 le Aujourd'hui à 07:00:06 »
5 tips for ultimate online security and privacy | Avast Infographic

avast-ultimate-security-privacy-infographic-finalCybersecurity encompasses multiple defenses. It’s not just an antivirus, it’s not just a VPN, it’s not just a password manager, internet security, and anti-track software. It’s all these things and more, working together to ensure every vulnerability is protected, whether the threats are coming from a phishing email, a malicious website, a botnet, public Wi-Fi, or other avenue. Cybercriminals are trying every angle to crack into our data, and they won’t rest until they do. 


Source: 5 tips for ultimate online security and privacy | Avast Infographic
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News / [AVAST]AV-Comparatives awards Avast top ranking | Avast
« Dernier message par igor51 le Aujourd'hui à 00:00:16 »
AV-Comparatives awards Avast top ranking | Avast

With so many cybersecurity products crowding the marketplace, consumers areav-comparatives-advanced-plus-malware-protection-test-award-march-2018 grateful for independent test lab AV-Comparatives. Like a friendly tech watchdog, the unbiased organization conducts monthly studies on security products, assessing detection and protection capabilities, among other things, and then publishing a report on its findings. The intent is to be a unbiased resource for consumers.


Source: AV-Comparatives awards Avast top ranking | Avast
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News / [MMPC]Partnerships power the future of better security
« Dernier message par igor51 le Hier à 19:00:11 »
Partnerships power the future of better security

This post is authored by Jeremy Dallman, Principal Program Manager.   Our goal in building the Microsoft Graph Security API is to enable customers to share insights and take action across security solutions to improve protection and speed response. By creating a connected security ecosystem, Microsoft and partners can enable developers to simplify integration and

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Source: Partnerships power the future of better security
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Server? What server? Site forgotten for 12 years attracts hacks, fines

The University of Greenwich might not have noticed the website but hackers did.
Source: Server? What server? Site forgotten for 12 years attracts hacks, fines
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News / [kreb]Mobile Giants: Please Don’t Share the Where
« Dernier message par igor51 le Hier à 19:00:05 »
Mobile Giants: Please Don’t Share the Where

Your mobile phone is giving away your approximate location all day long. This isn't exactly a secret: It has to share this data with your mobile provider constantly to provide better call quality and to route any emergency 911 calls straight to your location. But now, the major mobile providers in the United States -- AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon -- are selling this location information to third party companies -- in real time -- without your consent or a court order, and with apparently zero accountability for how this data will be used, stored, shared or protected.

It may be tough to put a price on one's location privacy, but here's something of which you can be sure: The mobile carriers are selling data about where you are at any time, without your consent, to third-parties for probably far less than you might be willing to pay to secure it.
Source: Mobile Giants: Please Don’t Share the Where
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Suspicious group of adware apps removed from the Google Play Store

We recently came across a number of different types of apps on Google Play, ranging from cryptocurrency related apps to lifestyle apps like weather, fitness and recipe apps, that turned out to be adware. They all aggressively pushed ads, redirected users to other apps on the Play Store, collected basic information about users’ devices and were capable of receiving code to execute on the infected device.


Source: Suspicious group of adware apps removed from the Google Play Store
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TeenSafe phone monitoring app leaks teens’ iCloud logins in plaintext

The "secure" monitoring app is used by over a million parents.
Source: TeenSafe phone monitoring app leaks teens’ iCloud logins in plaintext
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