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    TeamViewer Nag Removed ?

    teamviewer does not remember settings after restarting and cannot be set to boot with system
  3. Remote Desktop Manager Enterprise 2020.3.27.0 Remote Desktop Manager is a small apgfplication used to manage all your remote connections and virtual machines. Add, edit, delete, shared, organize and find your remote connection quickly. Compatible with Microsoft Remote Desktop, Termfinal Services, VNC, LogMeIn, Team Viewer, Ftp, SSH, Telnet, Dameware, X Window, VMware, Virtual PC, PC Anywhere, Hyper-V, Citrix, Radmin, Microsoft Remote Assistance, Sun Virtual Box and more. FEATURES: Microsoft Remote Desktop (RDP) Microsoft Remote Assistance VNC (UltraVNC, Tigh
  4. Researchers are working on a chess-playing AI that emulates human-level skill Maia doesn't try to make the perfect moves In brief: AI has been kicking our collective butt in just about every classic board game imaginable for many years now. That's no surprise, though -- when you tell an AI to learn from the best with no checks or balances, that's precisely what it will do. Now, though, researchers are looking for a way to handicap Chess-playing AI and teach a new model to make more human-like decisions. This is certainly a novel concept: again, most ch
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  6. Is this the end of WeWork? WeWork’s CEO says the company could IPO (again) and break even this year. The financials tell a very different story Getty Images / WIRED WeWork chief executive Sandeep Mathrani is in an exceptionally bullish mood. In the midst of the pandemic, he’s seriously considering a second attempt at an IPO, and has vowed that the serial loss-making business will turn a profit in the final quarter of this year. “My job was to streamline the company and streamline the real estate portfolio so we could go to our path of profitability by Q4
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  9. Worrisome New Coronavirus Strains Are Emerging. Why Now? Across the globe, SARS-CoV-2 is evolving ways to evade the immune system and become more infectious. Blown pandemic response plans are to blame. PHOTOGRAPH: GETTY IMAGES TOWARD THE END of last year, doctors in Nelson Mandela Bay, a city of about 1 million people in the Eastern Cape of South Africa, started to see something alarming. The city had been hit by a tsunami of Covid-19 cases in June and July, swamping hospitals and leading to thousands of
  10. Social media damages teenagers' mental health, report says Teenagers' mental health is being damaged by heavy social media use, a report has found. Research from the Education Policy Institute and The Prince's Trust said wellbeing and self-esteem were similar in all children of primary school age. Boys and girls' wellbeing is affected at the age of 14, but girls' mental health drops more after that, it found. A lack of exercise is another contributing factor - exacerbated b
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  12. Google Cloud boosts security with general availability of zero-trust BeyondCorp Enterprise With enterprises rapidly reconfiguring their workforces and IT systems, new complexity is being introduced that risks expanding security vulnerabilities. Throw into the mix the growing resources being devoted to cyberattacks, and the global pandemic has created conditions that are ripe for hackers to exploit. To counter that, over the past year Google has been releasing BeyondCorp, a version of its internal security that it developed over more than a decade. Now, Goog
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  14. Apple says iOS 14.4 fixes three security bugs ‘actively exploited’ by hackers Image Credits: Bryce Durbin / TechCrunch Apple has released iOS 14.4 with security fixes for three vulnerabilities, said to be under active attack by hackers. The technology giant said in its security update pages for iOS and iPadOS 14.4 that the three bugs affecting iPhones and iPads “may have been actively exploited.” Details of the vulnerabilities are scarce, and an Apple spokesperson declined to comment beyond what’s in the advisory. It’s not kn
  15. Google Docs will now confirm if someone you tag is out of office Multi-user document collaboration is about to get a little bit more organized with work calendars, as the latest update to Google Docs for G Suite/Workspace subscribers is a warning if a coworker is out of office when tagged by a comment. The update was confirmed in an official Google Workspace blog post and should really help prevent passive-aggressive emails probing why a coworker or colleague hasn’t seen an update or comment within Google Docs. So when you attempt to tag someone
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    W10Privacy W10Privacy can display common Windows 10 security settings that can be activated as well as deactivated within the program. It also allows importing and exporting of your changes. While there are a lot of Windows 10 privacy tools out there, many of them lack the detail this program has. Of course, this means that it might take you a bit longer to go through your choices. For those who don't want to go into detail you can choose from 3 predefined settings. While the design is very simple, there are also 3 colors so that you can easily spot the th
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    FanCtrl 1.3.3

    FanCtrl 1.3.3 FanCtrl is an Open Source app to adjust and control the fan speed on your PC automatically. FanCtrl is easy to use, although the app is best for advanced users. You can cause damage to your computer by overheating or conflicting with other processors or other monitoring software. As an indie-developed app, not all motherboards are or can be supported. The app is laid out well and resides in the system tray with names for the motherboard and each fan speed and control that you can name. You can right-click on the icon to: Enable automatic fan co
  18. Nefilim Ransomware Gang Hits Jackpot with Ghost Account An unmonitored account belonging to a deceased employee allowed Nefilim to exfiltrate data and infiltrate systems for a month, without being noticed. A Nefilim ransomware attack that locked up more than 100 systems stemmed from the compromise of an unmonitored account belonging to an employee who had died three months previously, researchers said. Nefilim (a.k.a. Nemty) is a ransomware strain that emerged in 2020, with its operators adopting the tactic that researchers call
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    Python porn files?

    Those .py files are getting downloaded from the internet as the portable Format Factory you are using is allowed to do so. You can try Everything's exclude list if you want to hide those .py files in search results. Hint 😉
  20. Privacy Teams Helped Navigate the Pivot to Work-from-Home Annual Cisco privacy study also reports that 90% of organizations say their customers won't buy from them if they are not clear about data policy practices. New research from Cisco found that most organizations over the past year turned to their privacy teams to help navigate and guide their shift to remote work in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. "What we found was that roughly two years ago most companies barely had a privacy team; it was tucked away in a legal office," says Robert Waitman, director of da
  21. Bloodhound British land-speed record contender is for sale (again) Despite a successful test in the desert, the 1,000mph car requires new backers as its latest saviour reaches the end of his commitment Bloodhound is designed to reach 1,000mph, although an attempt on 800mph to beat the existing record is planned – provided the requisite £8 million can be rustled up CREDIT: Simon Galloway Sharing the billing with Glastonbury on the “other-stuff-jeopordised-by-Covid” chart is Bloodhound, the 1,000mph land-speed-record (LSR) contender, which is back o
  22. Fidelis, Mimecast, Palo Alto Networks, Qualys also impacted by SolarWinds hack Security vendors Fidelis, Mimecast, Palo Alto Networks, and Qualys revealed that were also impacted by SolarWinds supply chain attack The SolarWinds supply chain attack is worse than initially thought, other security providers, confirmed that they were also impacted. Mimecast, Palo Alto Networks, Qualys, and Fidelis confirmed to have installed tainted updates of the SolarWinds Orion app. Mimecast was the first security provider of the above ones that disclosed a major security
  23. Thunderbird 78.7.0 is a security and bug fix update (for the most part) The email client Thunderbird 78.7.0 has been released on January 26, 2020. The new version of Thunderbird fixes security issues, improves the extensions system, and fixes several bugs on top of that. The new version is already available and will be downloaded and in stalled automatically on many systems. Thunderbird users may select Help > About Thunderbird (press the Alt-key if the menubar is not displayed) to display the currently installed version and to run a manual check for updat
  24. Here's how a researcher broke into Microsoft VS Code's GitHub This month a researcher has disclosed how he broke into the official GitHub repository of Microsoft Visual Studio Code. A vulnerability in VS Code's issue management function and a lack of authentication checks enabled the researcher to obtain push access, and write to the repository. For responsibly reporting the vulnerability, the researcher was awarded a bug bounty award of an undisclosed amount. Flawed regex, no authentication, code injection in CI scripts While riding a
  25. DanaBot Malware Roars Back into Relevancy Sophisticated and dangerous, DanaBot has resurfaced after laying dormant for seven months. Researchers are warning that a new fourth version of the DanaBot banking trojan has surfaced after months of mysteriously going quiet. The latest variety, still under analysis by researchers, is raising concerns given the number of past DanaBot effective campaigns. From May 2018 to June 2020, DanaBot has been a fixture in the crimeware threat landscape, according to Proofpoint, which first discover
  26. Surface Pro 7+ gets its first round of firmware and driver updates Microsoft introduced the Surface Pro 7+ a couple of weeks ago, being a relatively small upgrade over the existing Surface Pro 7. Now, the company has added the device to the Surface update history page, and there's already a set of firmware and driver updates available. The updates are dated back to January 20, but the changelog has only now been posted, so we get an idea of the improvements included with them. This batch includes four different updates, but they're mostly focused on address
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    MAGIX Vegas Pro 18.0.0 Build 434 (x64) =================================== Setup: https://ssl-update.magix.com/download/b084e12d59d68032fe96e4388a2317d8 md5: 0a4a6946a4d0230550744a9b777afec2 sha-256: 342f36246d9221fb1da4228cb26152363bf0c830d17c1d1c66fe20ceac06fad2
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