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There's a zero-day Microsoft office vulnerability out in the wild, which infects fully patched computers. It does so by exploiting a vulnerability in most or all versions of Microsoft Word. Using Protected View in word prevents the execution of the malicious code:
FireEye recently detected malicious Microsoft Office RTF documents that leverage a previously undisclosed vulnerability. This vulnerability allows a malicious actor to execute a Visual Basic script when the user opens a document containing an embedded exploit. FireEye has observed several Office documents exploiting the vulnerability that download and execute malware payloads from different well-known malware families.
This tutorial is for adding extra disks to an already existing system, not conerting current ones to RAID. We are adding a RAID1 software RAID to most common Linux distributions (this should work on any one of them).
We have used 2 disks for this:
There are some circumstances where you have to unmount a drive, but it is not letting you. Giving an error, similar to this:
umount: /mnt/backup: device is busy.
(In some cases useful info about processes that use
the device is found by lsof(8) or fuser(1))
Microsoft corporate vice president Brian Harry announced that they are shutting down CodePlex, its service for hosting repositories of open source software. CodePlex is Microsoft's free open source project hosting site. You can create projects to share with the world, collaborate with others on their projects, and download open source software. "As of this post, we've disabled the ability to create new CodePlex projects," Harry wrote. "In October, we'll set CodePlex to read-only, before shutting it down completely on December 15th, 2017." Microsoft claims that most open source projects have moved to GitHub and so should you.
In the past, Netflix was not available for traditional Linux-based operating systems. This was mainly due to the use of Silverlight. Netflix has adopted HTML5, which made both Chrome and Chromium for Linux capable of playing the videos. Firefox -- the open source browser choice for many Linux users -- was not yet compatible.