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comment Firefox accusing me of distributing malware on my site
What is your site? Have you checked the EXE's on your site against VirusTotal or other sources? How do you know Firefox is wrong?
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comment Shut down computer using ssh
This might depend on the platform. At least on Fedora 21 (with systemd), --poweroff is the default, so shutdown now will shut down the machine even without the -h flag. I haven't checked any other distribution or version of Fedora. Have you checked whether that answer is still valid on modern Linux distros?
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comment Shut down computer using ssh
This might depend on the platform. At least on Fedora 21 (with systemd), --poweroff is the default, so shutdown now will shut down the machine even without the -h flag. I haven't checked any other distribution or version of Fedora. Have you checked what distros this applies to?
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comment Shut down computer using ssh
What distribution and version of Linux are you using? What messages are showing on the Plymouth shutdown screen? Can you edit your question to post a screenshot? Have you looked at the log files (e.g., /var/log/messages)? Can you edit your question to include the relevant part of the log file from when you began the shutdown to when it got stuck? If you want a good diagnosis you should provide more information.
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comment Found new malware not detected by antivirus. How to evaluate the threat?
What exactly did Kaspersky say about the suspicious processes? Can you copy-paste the message from Kaspersky? Did it provide the name of the threat? Often anti-virus software will list a name (e.g., EvilThingy.A), which you can then research to learn more about it. What did it say about the threat? You haven't provided us much information to help you -- please provide all available information, you'll be much more likely to receive useful answers that way.
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comment What functionality would I lose if I disable browser-based Java?
"Java will not one to blame if something “bad” happends" - This is totally wrong. If your machine gets compromised due to a zero-day vulnerability in Java, of course Java will be the one to blame. There have been a number of such vulnerabilities in the past. That's why many security experts recommend disabling Java: it removes one attack vector.
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