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There's usually nothing dangerous about adding directories to PATH. It could only cause you problems in two ways: While using a command prompt, you might accidentally run a program you didn't intend to. Then again, if you know the programs you put on your PATH, nothing malicious will happen. Programs might find DLLs there that usually aren't loaded. The ...


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I don't think so. You can lock bios with password and lock booting from other drives. There is no security when somebody has physical access to your computer though :)


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Any part of a server can be made redundant, but there can be significant tradeoffs which might be deal-breakers - depending on what you are doing - The biggest one in many cases is redundant sites - even if you have 2 PC's if they are situated far from each other, latency can play havock with your IO. Getting into the devices - You can't really make ...


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It depends on desired level of trust to system. From optimistic side: If everything happens really as You say. I can't say this system compromised. More correct it unwanted access. As long intruder can't get root or other privileged user access. At minimum You do everything right. pessimistic side: If You suspect and afraid that intruder make ...


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That error is letting you know that the machine you are connecting to isn't actually youtube.com, but rather someone pretending to be. Sometimes this is an indication of a major issue, where an attacker is trying to steal your passwords (for example). However, commonly it's the result of a well-meaning network configuration, like a guest wireless network ...


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SOLVED We are working too hard to fix this... after exhaustive searches, I ran across my note where I have fixed this problem multiple times. It's real easy. In my case, my workstation is called: Sam and my computer is USER03 The computer on the network I am trying to access is: SOUTHHALL If I try to log in (simply log in Sam and then my password) and ...



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