Bruteforcing encrypted Excel documents. Document also shows how to download, compile and run John The Ripper using a specific wordlist. Thanks for the info Andy. https://t.co/8cojn4FcEc
22 Mar 2019
Just added a free online DNS tool to my list of DNS tools. @dmarcian provides a free SPF record checker. Read more : https://t.co/C1TtTzKbv2 (sorry, this tweet contains the correct url) https://t.co/FJzueMs5UX
17 Mar 2019
@PrivacyPros Would be great if the carreer center has 1 - an option to filter or sort by region/country 2 - an e-mail service with the filtered results for iapp members.
09 Mar 2019
Dutch Supervisory Authority provided guidance today about #GDPR and the use of #CookieWalls. "Under the GDPR (#AVG), a cookiewall is not allowed. This is because you cannot get a valid permission from your visitors with a cookiewall" (Dutch) https://t.co/JPFvLPGU4Q @privacypros https://t.co/oygqKZHmZe
07 Mar 2019
Donít bet on anything happening for at least a couple of years on U.K. adequacy post-Brexit, advised European Data Protection Supervisor Giovanni Buttarelli https://t.co/T9V9mnFSyn via @DailyDashboard @PrivacyPros
04 Mar 2019
Windows Server 2012 R2 introduces Generation 2 Virtual MachinesWindows Server 2012 R2 fully supports the existing type of virtual machines, and names them collectively generation 1 virtual machines. Most operating systems and programs that run in virtual machines are not aware that they are virtualized. Using emulated hardware enables operating systems that are not virtualization-aware to run in virtual machines.
Windows Server 2012 R2 provides support for the new type of virtual machines, named generation 2 virtual machines. Generation 2 virtual machines function as if the operating systems installed on them are virtualization-aware. Because of this, generation 2 virtual machines do not have the legacy and emulated virtual-hardware devices found on generation 1 virtual machines, and use only synthetic devices. BIOS-based firmware is replaced by advanced Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) firmware, which supports Secure Boot. Generation 2 virtual machines start from a SCSI controller or by using the Pre-boot Execution Environment (PXE) on a network adapter. All remaining virtual devices use virtual machine bus (VMBus) to communicate with parent partitions.
Go to "Generation 2 Virtual Machine Overview" to read even more. You may also want to read about Hyper-V Dynamic Memory, refer to " Hyper-V Dynamic Memory Overview".
Generation 1 Virtual Machines include:
Generation 2 Virtual Machines include:
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