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Shift+Delete just avoids moving the file to the trash, however it does not do any attempt to securely delete the file. To do a secure deletion, you can install the Nautilus Wipe package. For information this is the Nautilus counterpart of the command-line wipe package.


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Thanks to @GZBK for pointing me to the wipe package. For future readers in this thread, I want to quote several parts of wipe's man page. Journaling filesystems (such as Ext3 or ReiserFS) are now being used by default by most Linux distributions. No secure deletion program that does filesystem-level calls can sanitize files on such filesystems, ...


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Not sure, but through firmware It certainly is possible, so only download firmware (and drivers and upgrades for apps that came with your device) from a trustworthy site. That does not mean your PC (or external device) is infected, though. It also depends how the firmware is installed -- if you must execute an application on your PC to install the update, it ...


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Go to your remote share directory from the machine that its installed on. Right-click on it. Select properties. Open security tab. Click advanced. Click change permissions. If you don't see your name in there, click add; if you do, then double-click on your user. Make sure, if full control and allow are not already checked, that at least the traverse, ...


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Use rdp certificate authentication. @Scott Chamberlain described this http://superuser.com/a/750943/440206: Yes but you will need to install and configure your Remote Desktop Session host to use a Remote Desktop Gateway to do it. Once you are using a Remote Desktop Gateway you can set up Remote Desktop Connection Authorization Policies (RD ...



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