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Eset Internet Security. Some days ago I received the update of Eset Internet Security version 13 (18.104.22.168) with some feature and improvement as follows:
However the Icon Menu its look like little bit too left and for me still a question about “The Startup Scanning Progress” activity indicated in the Icon on the taskbar still running after user Login even I have been deactivated the Startup Scanning in the scheduler to not active in battery mode.
Dear Web Hosting User,
Please note that few months before ransomware has infected 1000’s of systems around the world. Further to it, now compromised systems which are configured to access or download emails are used to hijack email ids. Using these hijacked email ids, hacker demand ransom. This is more prominent in email ids that have very very weak password or using same password for all email ids. If you receive any suspicious mail, please do not open or respond to that mail. Please check the headers in full and it might have come from other IPs. Such mails are reported common when users use simple email password without any special characters in them.
Temporarily nameserver, As we have mod_userdir protection for a few servers, clients hosted on those servers will not be view website using tide(~) sign. So, this knowledge base will guide a secondary method to view the site without the tide(~) sign. mod_userdir protection is enabled for security reason.
Browse the following directory in your C Drive >> Windows >> System32 >> Drivers >> Etc >> Edit the file named “hosts” with a notepad.
By default, there should be a line like this:
Go to the next line and add this:
The password is the single most common security measure for digital systems, both online and off-line. The problem is that it is becoming increasingly less secure as hackers gain more and more powerful tools to simply crack them. A great deal of attention has gone towards the creation of secure passwords, what constitutes them, and whether or not it is feasible to retain a bunch of random alphanumerical strings inside your head all the time.