Karlston posted a news in Software News,How to disable the Weather widget from the Windows 10 Taskbar
Microsoft released the KB5003637 Windows Update on Tuesday. It brings various security fixes, which you can read about in Martin's article.
aum posted a news in Software News,Apple, Mozilla, Google, Microsoft form group to standardize browser plug-ins
The new WebExtensions Community Group will try to forge a common architecture for future web extensions, and is inviting developers to join the effort.
Karlston posted a news in Security & Privacy News,Microsoft: Russian hackers used 4 new malware in USAID phishing
Microsoft states that a Russian hacking group used four new malware families in recent phishing attacks impersonating the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
Thursday night, the Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center (MSTIC) disclosed that the Russian-backed hacking group APT29, also known as Nobelium, had compromised the Contact Contact account for USAID.
Using this legitimate marketing account, the threat actors impersonated USAID in phishing emails sent to approximately 3,000 email accounts at more than 150 different organizations, including government agencies and organizations devoted to international development, humanitarian, and human rights work.
Targeting phishing emails pretending to be from USAID.
Karlston posted a topic in Guides & Tutorials,Transform pictures into pixel art with SLK_img2pixel
Are you a fan of pixel graphics? Do you want to convert your pictures into a similar art style?
Well, you don't need to be a photo editing expert to add cool effects. The open source utility SLK_img2pixel provides an easy way to achieve the retro look that you want.
The application is portable, and takes up less than 4MB of storage space when extracted. SLK_img2pixel's interface is kind of old-school, and yet remains user-friendly.
mood posted a news in Software News,Microsoft releases first Windows 10 package manager stable version
Microsoft has released the first stable version of the native Winget Windows 10 package manager that helps you manage applications directly from the command line.
Just as other package managers available on other platforms, Winget allows you to automate app management by enabling you to install, configure, upgrade, and remove Windows applications.
Microsoft first announced the first preview version of its Windows 10 package manager at Microsoft Build 2020 and has developed it as an open-source project on GitHub since then.
Today, at Microsoft Build 2021, the company announced Windows Package Manager 1.0, the package manager's first stable release after a year of development.
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