You all may want to consider temporarily disabling your Print Spooler service if you are on Windows, know how to do it, and don’t really really really need a printer. For more information, visit Microsoft at https://msrc.microsoft.com/update-guide/vulnerability/CVE-2021-34527
Finnish information technology hobbyist, in my thirties, working professionally in providing corporate security and customer services for client companies.
Please have a nice day
I’ll just keep this real short. Please have a nice day!
Network monitoring the hard way? When you need to actually monitor a router that is completely offline, cannot be there physically, and you only have a mobile connection in use, one that doesn’t allow inbound connections – So you set up an outbound video stream to keep an eye on the thing? P.S. Yes, I… Continue reading Network monitoring
Win 10, April 2021 (May 2021) updates
One thing I’ve always disliked about Windows 10. The ever continuing addition of always yet another feature no one actually asked for. It’s completely fine to offer stuff like this as optional downloads, it’s fairly ok still to include some in a fresh install – but adding extras like this in updates and defaulting them… Continue reading Win 10, April 2021 (May 2021) updates
Just one of those days
When your ISP doesn’t really believe what you tell them, and tells you the issue is not on their end.