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    Microsoft’s new Secured-core PC

    Can Ubuntu boot already?
    https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2019/10/microsoft-secured-core-pc/?comments=1&post=38152349
    Thanks
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    [SOLVED] Re: Questions about ClamAV

    Interesting, didn't know that. So using a firefox snap should increase security a lot? I was hacked a year ago with a UEFI rootkit and have the impression via a Firefox bug. (excecuting malicious...
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    Re: files in .gnupg

    So that's normal on a fresh ubuntu? Anyone else has those?
    http://de.tinypic.com/r/ws9uzb/9
    seems weird that some app uses encryption.
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    Re: files in .gnupg

    Thanks, I feel better… although on any clean system that I've heard those do not appear.
    Can I get info about that? I've tried to open those files in some apps without success. If I delete them,...
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    Re: files in .gnupg

    Hi
    on my new pc I've not yet installed a harddisk nor network. Selected "try ubuntu without installing". Ubuntu 19.04. If it's not readable I could try another screenshot. Are those used for...
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    Re: files in .gnupg

    Anyone could confirm that? What is that? Thanks
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    files in .gnupg

    Hi
    Why I have after 30min or so, even with booting from live cd, two additional files in the .gnupg folder?
    I had that on my old hacked pc, but on a 2 days old new laptop?
    Thanks
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    read only linux distro

    Hi
    is there a read only distro, alike booting from live cd but where I can install nvidia drivers etc.?
    thanks
  9. Thread: Chromebook

    by mcyber4
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    Re: Chromebook

    After being hit by a UEFI Rootkit, that's exactly why I'm considering a CB.

    @makitso so it downloads all from cloud? Does it take long to load? What about installing large linux apps like x-plane...
  10. Thread: Chromebook

    by mcyber4
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    Chromebook

    Hi, anyone has a Chromebook? I'm thinking about getting one for security reasons. What's holding me back are specs and prices. Newer cb should run Linux apps like X-plane, gcc, Eclipse, java etc.?...
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    Re: gmx cross site attack

    Take it as warning to not get as backup lazy as I got after 21y troublefree Linux use.
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    gmx cross site attack

    As suspected I get with Tails, while loging out of my web email, a warning about a cross site attack.
    No answer, hence I'll stop using gmx after 15y or so.
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    Re: .ssh and .gnupg

    Never mind, I only got confused as the rootkit seems to kick in even with some saved files on onedrive. Looks like I have to trash all, including harddisks, (see my other threads) and have no recent...
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    Re: .ssh and .gnupg

    anyone else has 3 items in ~.gnupg with a fresh 18.10 or live cd?
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    by mcyber4
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    Re: testdisk

    As I've written above I have formatted it many times/ways.
    dd and other low level formatters only wrote 465gb of 500gb
    But funny enough I now see when the rootkit kicks in by having 3 items in...
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    Re: testdisk

    No luck, same as with Windows low level format app.

    ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ sudo dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sda bs=1M
    dd: error writing '/dev/sda': No space left on device
    476941+0 records in
    476940+0...
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    Re: trace the executing script

    Never mind found it with grep.
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    testdisk

    Hi
    as expected there seems to be a rootkit in hidden/unwritable sections of the hd. testdisk finds misaligned sectors etc. and says disk to be smaller than indicated.
    Formatting with gparted or...
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    trace the executing script

    Hi
    some script fires up seahorse. Is it possible to find out which script?
    Thanks
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    weird file in .cache

    HI
    what is that .doc that's not writable by root?
    Thanks


    root@notUrbusiness:~/.cache# ls -lat
    total 16
    drwxrwxr-x 5 michael michael 4096 Jan 5 12:35 .
    drwxr-xr-x 2 michael michael 4096...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Antivirus for ubuntu

    Currently I'm trying Eset and it found a script injector in mozilla cache.
    But more of a problem are rootkits.
    I once thought Linux to be more secure than windows but not really anymore.
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    Re: .ssh and .gnupg

    on my fresh 18.10 install in my .gnupg I have also a pubring.kbx and a trustd.gpg
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    Re: .ssh and .gnupg

    Yes but .pki and
    .wget-hsts are not normal. Where could the trojan be hiding in 18.10 as I've reinstalled that? Maybe 18.10 network code is infected…:frown:
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    Re: .ssh and .gnupg

    reinstalled Ubuntu 18.10 only to find now in ~.pki folder. What is that? Thanks
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    Re: .ssh and .gnupg

    Also /etc/cups has a ssh folder and subscriptions.conf are updated as root every login.
    And found .wget-hsts file without ever using wget.
    Still all is fine? Thanks.
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