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  1. System Information for Windows - SIW 2020 v10.0.0128 SIW is an advanced System Information for Windows tool that analyzes your computer and gathers detailed information about system properties and settings (Software Information, Hardware Information, Network Information and Tools) and displays it in an extremely comprehensible manner. SIW can create a report file (HTML, JSON, CSV, TEXT or XML), and you can run it in batch mode (for Computer Inventory, Hardware, Software and Network Information, Software License Management, Security Audit, Server Configuration Management). The System Information is divided into few major categories: Software Information Operating System, Software Licenses (Product Keys / Serial Numbers), Passwords Recovery, Installed Programs, Applications, Security, Accessibility, Environment, Regional Settings, File Associations, Running Processes, Loaded DLLs, Drivers, NT Services, Autorun, Scheduled Tasks, Databases, Audio and Video Codecs, Shared DLLs, ActiveX, MMC Snap-Ins, Shell Extensions, Event Viewer, Certificates, etc. Hardware Information System Summary, Motherboard, BIOS, CPU, Memory, Sensors, Devices, Chipset, PCI/AGP, USB and ISA/PnP Devices, System Slots, Network Adapters, Video Card, Monitor, Sound Devices, Storage Devices, Logical Disks, Disk Drives, CD/DVD Devices, SCSI Devices, S.M.A.R.T., Ports, Battery and Power Policy, Printers, etc. Network Information Basic/Extended Information about Configuration, Statistics, Connections, Active Directory (Computers, Groups and Users), Shares, Open Ports, etc. Tools Network Tools: MAC Address Changer, Wake On LAN, Remote Licenses (from Windows Folder, Remote Computer or Registry Hive), Hosts Scan, Ping, Trace, etc. Miscellaneous Tools: Eureka! (Reveal lost passwords hidden behind asterisks), Shutdown / Restart, Monitor Test, MUICache Viewer, URL Explorer, Open Files, etc. SIW (Technician's Version) is a standalone utility that does not require installation (Portable Application) - one less installed program on your PC as well the fact that you can run the program directly from an USB flash drive, from a network drive or from a domain login script. SIW is periodically updated (usually once per quarter) in order to provide most accurate results. Client Platform: Windows 10 / Windows 8.1 / Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Vista / Windows XP SP3 / WinPE / WinRE / Winternals ERD Commander Server Platform: Windows 2019 / Windows 2016 / Windows 2012 (R2) / Windows SBS 2011 / Windows Server 2008 (R2) / Windows Server 2003 (R2) Homepage: https://www.gtopala.com Changelogs Updated CPU module: AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3960X, 3970X and 3990X and TRX40 chipset. Intel Core 10xxx Comet Lake processors. Updated Operating System module: Windows 10, version 2004. Added support for detecting Windows 10 "Active Development Branch". Fixed CTreeCtrl Copy&Paste. Improved support for High Contrast themes. Improved support for Right-to-Left languages. Improved Storage Devices S.M.A.R.T. support. Added Properties for CD-ROM. Renamed few fields: System Directories: Key -> Source NT Services: Start -> Startup Type Drivers: Start -> Startup Type Scheduled Tasks: Status: Enabled/Disabled -> Enabled:Yes/No State -> Status ActiveX: Class -> Class Name Updated Devices database. Minor enhancements and compatibility fixes. https://www.gtopala.com/siw/changelog.php Download: Site: https://www.mirrored.to Sharecode: /files/SVAQORDT/ Included: Home, Technician and Enterprise Editions
  2. Clearview app is not for personal use but only for law enforcement authorities, the company emphasizes. China has been for a long time the poster face of conducting mass surveillance on its citizens. This has been attributed to its use of advanced AI-powered algorithms being able to facially recognize anyone on the streets. Yet, it seems like it won’t be the only state to do so for long. Recently, it has been revealed in an investigation by the New York Times that a startup named Clearview AI has developed a facial recognition app that allows anyone to snap a picture of a stranger anywhere and instantly learn about their name, address and any other details available online. How it does this is no secret. By scrapping images available from social networking services like Facebook and YouTube, the company records number over 3 billion pictures, far more than the databases of law enforcement agencies such as the FBI which has over 641 million images of U.S Citizens comprising of passport and driver’s license photos. Therefore, it is no surprise that over 600 U.S law enforcement agencies like the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security are already Clearview’s customers. But the crucial question is, what are the implications of such a service being available? Firstly, it has been reported by The Times that the app has assisted in solving crimes ranging from minor misdemeanors like shoplifting to indictable offenses such as murder, sexual exploitation, and credit card fraud. While this is a good thing, it needs to be realized that it could turn bad pretty quickly too. States could use it as a tool to monitor the lives of citizens at a very personal level. Additionally, since we cannot expect the tech to be 100% accurate, false positives can end up getting innocent people blamed for crimes they did not commit. But that’s not all. Since one needs to upload photos to Clearview’s servers, who makes sure those photos are secure? We’ve seen billion-dollar companies suffering from breaches, what makes this small company bulletproof? Moreover, currently, we’ve only seen a few cities like San Francisco banning the app with there being no federal law regulating their use. This is expected to change with their being a significant focus on making laws governing facial recognition as a result of increasing advocating for such. As an example, several civil rights groups like the American Civil Liberties Union have complained of such systems, primarily like those of Amazon stating, “We demand that Amazon stop powering a government surveillance infrastructure that poses a grave threat to customers and communities across the country.” On the other hand, when it comes to the mass public, although the app is not available for them currently, it is highly probable that it will be in the near time. With this, we’ll see stalkers stepping up their game and a rise in cyberbullying. However, not everyone is criticizing the startup. According to Detective Constable in the Sex Crimes Unit Canadian Law Enforcement, “Clearview is hands-down the best thing that has happened to victim identification in the last 10 years. Within a week and a half of using Clearview, [we] made eight identifications of either victims or offenders through the use of this new tool.” To conclude, social media platforms must learn from this expose and work on finding ways to avert the scraping of their data on a large scale. If they do that, all of these apps will find it difficult to engage in such business. Meanwhile, if government agencies are going to indeed use it, they should at the very least urge the app’s management to take the strictest of security precautions. Source
  3. System Information for Windows - SIW 2019 v9.5.1112 SIW is an advanced System Information for Windows tool that analyzes your computer and gathers detailed information about system properties and settings (Software Information, Hardware Information, Network Information and Tools) and displays it in an extremely comprehensible manner. SIW can create a report file (HTML, JSON, CSV, TEXT or XML), and you can run it in batch mode (for Computer Inventory, Hardware, Software and Network Information, Software License Management, Security Audit, Server Configuration Management). The System Information is divided into few major categories: Software Information Operating System, Software Licenses (Product Keys / Serial Numbers), Passwords Recovery, Installed Programs, Applications, Security, Accessibility, Environment, Regional Settings, File Associations, Running Processes, Loaded DLLs, Drivers, NT Services, Autorun, Scheduled Tasks, Databases, Audio and Video Codecs, Shared DLLs, ActiveX, MMC Snap-Ins, Shell Extensions, Event Viewer, Certificates, etc. Hardware Information System Summary, Motherboard, BIOS, CPU, Memory, Sensors, Devices, Chipset, PCI/AGP, USB and ISA/PnP Devices, System Slots, Network Adapters, Video Card, Monitor, Sound Devices, Storage Devices, Logical Disks, Disk Drives, CD/DVD Devices, SCSI Devices, S.M.A.R.T., Ports, Battery and Power Policy, Printers, etc. Network Information Basic/Extended Information about Configuration, Statistics, Connections, Active Directory (Computers, Groups and Users), Shares, Open Ports, etc. Tools Network Tools: MAC Address Changer, Wake On LAN, Remote Licenses (from Windows Folder, Remote Computer or Registry Hive), Hosts Scan, Ping, Trace, etc. Miscellaneous Tools: Eureka! (Reveal lost passwords hidden behind asterisks), Shutdown / Restart, Monitor Test, MUICache Viewer, URL Explorer, Open Files, etc. SIW (Technician's Version) is a standalone utility that does not require installation (Portable Application) - one less installed program on your PC as well the fact that you can run the program directly from an USB flash drive, from a network drive or from a domain login script. SIW is periodically updated (usually once per quarter) in order to provide most accurate results. Client Platform: Windows 10 / Windows 8.1 / Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Vista / Windows XP SP3 / WinPE / WinRE / Winternals ERD Commander Server Platform: Windows 2019 / Windows 2016 / Windows 2012 (R2) / Windows SBS 2011 / Windows Server 2008 (R2) / Windows Server 2003 (R2) Homepage: https://www.gtopala.com Changelogs - Added ARM64 binaries for SIW Technician's Version. - Updated Operating System module: Windows 10, version 1909 (November 2019 Update). Improved Missing Updates module. - Updated Passwords module. - Updated Memory module. - Updated Devices database. - Minor enhancements and compatibility fixes. https://www.gtopala.com/siw/changelog.php Download (without fix): Site: https://www.mirrored.to Sharecode: /files/1EXE4WA9 Included: Home, Technician and Enterprise Editions
  4. Whenever I order a smartphone or any other electronics gadget, I research about it thoroughly over the internet. Many times other people have already bought the device and they upload review videos on Youtube and other times they just leave comments on Amazon or other online shopping sites. But even after than, when I use the smartphone for the very first time, I check all the hardware details using an app like DevChecks System Info. This app shows detailed system information for the Android devices. DevChecks System Info gives you complete information about various things in your Android phone – battery, GPU, CPU, SoC, memory, storage space, camera, wireless network, mobile network, and obviously the operating system (Android) version installed. All this information is neatly arranged under various sections and is very easy to find. On the Dashboard (the first screen) of the DevChecks System Info app, you can find a summary of all the information which includes the CPU status (the status of various cores, the CPU temperature, SoC temperature, CPU loads etc.), battery, network, RAM, storage, and the model of the smartphone. You can tap on any of these to get to the respective Android settings section. For example, if you tap on battery status, it will open the Android’s battery settings screen. Other than the Dashboard, you can also find much detailed information about various sections of the phone. These sections include hardware, system, battery, network, memory and camera. Apart from these, you can also add floating monitors to show you the status of CPU, memory and storage use. These floating monitors can also be docked to the status bar of Android. Conclusion: DevChecks System Info app is a very informative app that displays all and complete information about your Android smartphone. This information can also be exported to a text file and later can be printed using a wireless printer. You can get the DevChecks System Info app for Android from https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=flar2.devcheck. Article source
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