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Open Shell brings back the glory days of the Windows Start Menu

Open Shell, originally known as Classic Shell, is open-source software that allows you to replace the standard Start Menu on Windows 10 and Windows 8. Source: Open Shell brings back the glory days of the Windows Start Menu Make Your Start Menu Look Like Windows 7 With Open Shell

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How to uninstall Microsoft Edge forced-installed via Windows Update

If Microsoft Edge was installed in Windows 10 via Windows Update, you can not remove it via standard methods. That does not mean you cannot remove it, though, as a technique has been discovered to uninstall the program via the command prompt. Source: How to uninstall Microsoft Edge forced-installed via Windows Update New Microsoft Edge […]

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Windows Group Policy flaw lets attackers gain admin privileges

Microsoft has fixed a vulnerability in all current Windows versions that allow an attacker to exploit the Windows Group Policy feature to take full control over a computer. This vulnerability affects all Windows versions since Windows Server 2008. Source: Windows Group Policy flaw lets attackers gain admin privileges Windows Security: The dashboard for device protections Download […]

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Hunting For Privilege Escalation in Windows Environment

Privilege Escalation FTW Windows Privilege Escalation Techniques (Local) Learn System Hacking E13: Windows 10 Privilege Escalation Subscribe to DISC InfoSec blog by Email

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How to Download a Windows 10 ISO By Impersonating Other Devices

Microsoft allows you to download the latest Windows 10 ISOs from their site, but only if you are using a non-Windows browser user agent. This article will explain how to change your user agent in Chrome and Edge so you can download an ISO instead of using the Windows 10 Media Creation Tool. Source: How to […]

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Russian military plans to replace Windows with Astra Linux

The Russian army seems to be in the process of replacing the Windows system with the Debian-based Linux distribution Astra Linux. Source: Russian military plans to replace Windows with Astra Linux Look @ Astra Linux ® 2.12 – Russian Debian – Fly Desktop  Subscribe in a reader

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How to completely and securely delete files in Windows

To make sure a deleted file can’t be recovered, you’ll need to use a third-party shredding tool. Here’s a look at three such free programs: Eraser, File Shredder, and Freeraser. Source: How to completely and securely delete files in Windows Enter your email address: Delivered by FeedBurner

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