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New idea 18 May 2016
I have just tried to install new SPE 7.8 for NAS and this version is just a joke. It is not normal in 2016 to have antivirus  application with no gui for managing or consultiongs logs files. This really a bad idea to configure in command line with ...
New article 17 May 2016
Introdução Atualmente os usuários querem usar tecnologias mais recentes para acessar os aplicativos e dados corporativos, e isso acaba criando a necessidade de permitir o uso de dispositivos pessoais nesses acessos. Assim, o BYOD – Bring Your Own ...
New blog entry 17 May 2016
Hello We got a discovered vulnerability in IE 9 on 17/09/2012 which can be exploited as following command in Backtrack 5 R2 Metasploit: - msfupdate - Use exploit / windows / browser / ie_execcommand_uaf - Set SRVHOST 192,168 ... - Set PAYLOAD ...
New blog entry 17 May 2016
Dear, good day. Performing some tests a few days ago based on the operation of virtual machines performed the test regarding the transfer of files from virtual machine to real machine and vice versa. Aware that when it comes to attacks on companies 80% ...
New blog entry 17 May 2016
You've probably been surprised at some site with messages like "your computer is not protected" or "your computer is infected". Behind these scary messages (scare) are hiding the real threats. When you accept the ...
discussion comment 06 Dec 2012
New blog entry 17 May 2016
Good morning,  It would not be important in similar forensic software security solution to point some strange movement in net for manual configuration?  Would not it be nice to send this log to the administrator so that it has real science ...