Windows 10: - a new form of attack - hardware based..
- a new form of attack - hardware based..
Hardware based attacks do sound scary. I guess watch out for people trying to plug stuff into your laptop!
Disabling DHCP and setting network manually will care of it. DHCP is used in many similar attacks anyway. But for some silly reason, Windows Updates requires DHCP service to be running. Go figure.
Hi, I'm currently running a Windows 10 Pro PC with a 32-bit architecture. My processor allows for a x64 upgrade, but my system's information shows that my PC is x86 based. Can I still upgrade? I also have 6.00 gigabytes of ram, definitely enough for...
Zip file uploaded. As far as I know, this has only occurred once since upgrading to Windows 10.
Recently upgraded from 8 to 10 after a factory reset. Password confusion and now I'm locked out. Have tried the MS password reset form that kept going blank (hidden?) - I don't have an xbox, a credit whatsit, haven't sent any emails on that account...
Only 5 days out and Win10 being screwed with. This link was in an E-Mail today:
New Windows 10 scam will encrypt your files for ransom | ZDNet