@EU_EDPB published final version of the Guidelines on Accreditation. Inclusion of Annex 1 (version 2.0 of Annex 1 adopted on 4 June 2019 after public consultation) https://t.co/u9qM8uIUSa
14 Jun 2019
@ farbodsaraf: You are not a team because you work together. You are a team because you trust, respect and care for each other. https://t.co/3Bpg743yS8
11 Jun 2019
#HiddenWasp is a new sophisticated #Linux #malware still undetected by the majority of anti-virus solutions. According to the experts at #Intezer, the malware was involved in targeted attacks. Thanks for the info #andyf . https://t.co/ypmX2XBEfH
02 Jun 2019
Group policy files using local or domain passwords (local admin password change, service creation, scheduled tasks creation) store the password in a XML file in the SYSVOL path. The password is encrypted with an AES256 algorithm but is discoverable. Andy shows how to fix it. Thnx https://t.co/N6hYbDM8zR
01 Jun 2019
Proud to be working for https://t.co/98wI88GpGY celebrating the 100 birthday and receiving the predicate #Royal today. Image (C) Province of North Brabant https://t.co/nBq80abqAm
17 May 2019
Review your computer's reliability and problem historyDo you want a quick overview of your Windows 7 computer's stability?
Reliability Monitor is an advanced tool that measures hardware and software problems and other changes to your computer. It provides a stability index that ranges from 1 (the least stable) to 10 (the most stable). You can use the index to help evaluate the reliability of your computer. Any change you make to your computer or problem that occurs on your computer affects the stability index.
The Reliability Monitor is intended for advanced computer users, such as software developers and network administrators.
The Reliability monitor is also available in Windows 2008r2.
Just enable the task RacTask in the Windows Task scheduler. The location is:
Task Schedule Library | Microsoft | Windows | RAC
Now enable the Trigger "One time"
Read more here.
Where can I find the Reliability Monitor?Click the start button and type in the "Search programs and files" input box "Reliability" and click on the application "View reliability history". This shows you a scrollable (selectable) view of multiple days or weeks.
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