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Welcome to Suggest A Fix, an online leader in free peer-to-peer technical support. Many of us have friends and get the help we need to solve our computer problems. SAF gives you an online friend to call on by making a post of your problem. Our expert staff and membership will provide answers without the techno babble some paid support resources are known for.

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Newly Found Malware Uses 7 NSA Hacking Tools, W...

22 May 2017

Posted by manunkind In: Security News and Warnings
A security researcher has identified a new strain of malware that also spreads itself by exploiting flaws in Windows SMB file sharing protocol, but unlike the WannaCry Ransomware that uses only two leaked NSA hacking tools, it exploits all the seven. Last week, we warned you about multiple hacking groups exploiting leaked NSA hacking tools, but almost all of them were making use of only two tools: EternalBlue and DoublePulsar. Now, Miroslav Stampar, a security researcher who created famous ‘sqlmap’ tool and now a member of the Croatian Government CERT, has discovered a new network...

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HP rolls out patch to fix keylogging bug in cer...

13 May 2017

Posted by manunkind In: Security News and Warnings
Consumers with HP laptops that have been accidentally recording their keystrokes can easily address the problem with a patch from the PC maker. More than two dozen HP laptop models, including the EliteBook, ProBook and ZBook, have an bug in the audio driver that will act as a keylogger, a Swiss security firm said Thursday. A list of affected products can be found here. Fortunately, HP began rolling out fixes through its support page, and in a Windows update, starting on Thursday, HP Vice President Mike Nash said. The problem has been found affecting certain HP laptops made since 2015. In...

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Wana Decrypt0r Ransomware Using NSA Exploit Lea...

12 May 2017

Posted by manunkind In: Security News and Warnings
Ransomware scum are using an SMB exploit leaked by the Shadow Brokers last month to fuel a massive ransomware outbreak that exploded online today, making victims all over the world in huge numbers. The ransomware’s name is WCry, but is also referenced online under various names, such as WannaCry, WanaCrypt0r, WannaCrypt, or Wana Decrypt0r. As everybody keeps calling it “Wana Decrypt0r,” this is the name we’ll use in this article, but all are the same thing, which is version 2.0 of the lowly and unimpressive WCry ransomware that first appeared in March. Activity from this ransomwar...

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