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09.02

A hacking or an open door?

I have come across people on the Internet who would pay to have somebody spy on them through their modern analogue pixelated CCTV cameras. In this world of not judging people i would not say they were mentally defective just mentally different. Most of the CCTV cameras sold to the West are made in China, and the majority of them have backdoor passwords.

A very expensive Chinese CCTV camera that has a backdoor password also sells the same product without a name a non-named product at a fraction of the price without it software but with the backdoor password. So-called old technology HD-SDI DVR camera systems, are far superior to so-called modern home security systems that are cheap nasty CCTV analogue cameras.

HD-SDI DVR is digital not analogue. Digital uncompressed crystal clear image just like watching your modern flat screen television. And for some reason PR analogue systems are being sold as new technology. Analogue technology is almost definitely older than you and me.. HD-SDI digital is almost definitely younger then you or me but HD-SDI digital is classed as old technology.

Cheap and nasty analogue is cheap to make cheap to mass-produce and thus is the reason it is classed as modern technology compared to the superior digital HD-SDI.

You can sell a dead dog as a guard dog to a dumb person but is it moral to do so.

Moral is from the Latin "moralis" so therefore may be obsolete for the modern world and definitely obsolete to Silicon Valley and its equivalent in China.
I know in Turkey you can sell at an inflated price virgin donkeys, but how do they know it is a virgin?

P.S. i am not judging virgins donkeys or the Turkish.
Thank you [Philip]

Comments: 9

09.02

Can users influence the giants of the IT industry?

The major players, such as WhatsApp, of the IT industry are not interested in losing their free users. [Niuxin]

Comments: 8

04.02

A surprise-laden delivery

PCs and servers need the protection from Dr. Web. [Niuxin]

Comments: 7

29.01

About the sale of user data to third parties

Users will ignore the provisions of licence agreement for using free products. [Niuxin]

Comments: 8

29.01

How to get to a website when your anti-virus thinks it's dangerous, and you don't

Neglect the exception list for your benefit. [Niuxin]

Comments: 7

29.01

Global IT companies intend to create a "Health Wallet" app

The collected data should be kept away from the reach of the global giants of the IT industry. [Niuxin]

Comments: 7

20.01

Messages from messengers

спасибо за выпуски и на иностранном языке... [Lia00]

Comments: 7

20.01

Farewell, Flash Player!

Who will need vulnerable Flash Player in HTML5 age? [Niuxin]

Comments: 8

20.01

Who’s hiding in there?

Check program updates in Dr Web vxCube service before installing them. [Niuxin]

Comments: 7

27.12

Big Sur, kexts, and all the rest

Conclusion:
Install security updates. [Niuxin]

Comments: 7

24.12

Undercover criminal: About the dangers of charging devices in public places

Use your own charger and never buy boasters' antivirus software at all times. [Niuxin]

Comments: 8

18.12

Email: Protection against hijacking

It'll be the beginning of a disaster if your email account is hijacked. [Niuxin]

Comments: 9

18.12

Is it a virus or a bug?

Ask virus analyst for the details of suspicious files. [Niuxin]

Comments: 8

04.12

News from the Mac world

Stick to your reliable operating system if you are more concerned with the applicability of your security software. [Niuxin]

Comments: 8

02.12

When a component is absent but still causes trouble

Visit the tutorial project page and tick what you are going to install. [Niuxin]

Comments: 9

27.11

When someone else's mistake may become yours

интересно читать выпуски на иностранных языках... [Lia00]

Comments: 8

21.11

About perishability

Obviously, apart from the EXE files, the other family members of executable files also need to be attended to. Thank you for the good recommendations, Dr Web. [Niuxin]

Comments: 8

10.11

System business

Güzel bir açıklama olmuş teşekkürler [Powerbyc]

Comments: 10

03.11

Malicious injections

Preventive Protection is the bodyguard of your operating system. Always keep it up and running. [Niuxin]

Comments: 9

13.10

Without going into the details

There are no useless components in an anti-virus. [Niuxin]

Comments: 9

06.10

Multi-engine scanners are so last century

The anti-virus does that for a reason. [Неуёмный Обыватель]

Comments: 12

06.10

Defeating a hydra

Dr Web Security Space will help you defeat Hydra. [Niuxin]

Comments: 13

25.09

We’re only human

Why is Facebook not classed as a virus or an undesirable website.

Memorabilia I got the urge to search for somebody who I knew when I was a teenager. I searched and searched and searched and eventually I found the name and they had some pictures of when they was a teenager and I recognised them!

The virus called Facebook would not let me contact them unless I registered to go on Facebook. I did so I registered. They wanted my e-mail address ok. They wanted my date of birth made one up. And hey presto I was on the virus called Facebook.

I sent the person a message and then logged off of the virus called Facebook. I went to have a look to see whether my old friend had answered me.

I tried to log on to Facebook and it said I could not logon until I gave them my mobile telephone number for advertising reasons.

I refuse to give them my telephone number but I can no longer delete myself off of the virus called Facebook because I cannot log on to them to delete my account. It was only a temporary account to contact an old teenager friend.

And now this dreadful virus called Facebook has got me on their Facebook although there is no information about me they still have my e-mail address.

Now I have got to go for this long long routine of reporting them to the data protection agency just to get deleted. The Facebook virus should definitely be listed in antivirus products.

Now I am suffering from stress! [Philip]

Comments: 14

22.09

A user facing "something"

No the story should have read remember HP driver that was a virus https://www.theregister.com/2001/01/24/hp_distributes_virus_infected_drivers/.

And also remember HP's keyboard software that was categorised as spyware the now famous spyware http://www.sandovalsignpost.com/mar03/html/computer_business.html

Coincidence even repairs do not like HP's https://youtu.be/Lye6GP3tdG0 [Philip]

Comments: 13

17.09

An anti-virus in extreme conditions

Exclude all possibilities of software incompatibility and the rest falls on hardware failure. [Niuxin]

Comments: 13