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]
Could the android kernel be considered the Linux kernel? ( troll ) they use different chips like Qualcomm. Could the Apple system be called https://www.freebsd.org/ no. My smartphone does not have any Google software programs = App its brand name is "Meitu T8 Model MP1602."
I do not like Linux or its desktops even though I use Xfce, and "Dr.Web" on a Linux desktop on a HP Z840 graphic workstation to protect the Microsoft Windows systems 7 pro for the workstations.
I test to see if "Dr.Web" is up-to-date every now and again on a malware database website:
https : // urlhaus.abuse.ch/browse/ "Here you can propose new malware urls or just browse the URLhaus database. If you are looking for a parsable list of the dataset, you might want to check out the URLhaus API. There are 444'027 malicious URLs tracked on URLhaus. The queue size is 1"
My HP Linux server also has "Dr.Web" on it feeding torrent files from around the world "Dr.Web" has been very good on that one gives me an option to delete or ignore incoming questionable software. I would use Linux desktops all the time if they had a speech recognition program, I hate typing! My smart phone as speech recognition and one of my Windows workstations has a program called "Dragon NaturallySpeaking" a voice recognition program, and like a calculator you become dependent on them rather than using your own brain you use a calculator or a speech recognition program.
I always worry about "Dr.Web" when I am looking at pornographic material on the Internet I try to switch it off but I get a nagging feeling that they are watching it with me. I type this on my Linux desktop be grateful for that.. [Philip]
"Traditional list: Install an antivirus and a strong password to access its settings. Update in time. Enable scanning of potentially dangerous programs. Limit access to malicious sites using Parental Control. Periodically scan the entire computer."
That's right, recommendations - to life!
But this is just the initial level of information security. The advanced level requires a deeper study of the antivirus and OS documentation. [GREEN]
Please tell us in detail where to close the port (3389), Dr. Web. [Niuxin]Comments: 3