Sindoni Says will be a place where I will share my observations. Looking forward to creating a place of truth where Kool-Aid isn't served.
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Trojan Virus Attacks On Raspberry Pi Computers Discovered
The Russian security firm Doctor Web discovered two Trojan programs that target Linux machines. One turns Raspberry machines into a cryptocurrency mining device, and the other runs a proxy server on Linux systems.
The Trojan named Linux Muldrop, 14 targets Raspberry Pi devices, changing the password on the devices it infects, then unpacking and launching a miner, which, in an infinite l...Read Full Post »
|Posted on August 17, 2017 at 4:50 PM||comments (0)|
Stand With Us To Fight Corporate Greed
To The General Public
Dated August 17th, 2017
1700 Technicians represented by Local Union #3, International Brotherhood of Electric Workers have been ON STRIKE against CHARTER/SPECTRUM (FORMALLY TIME WARNER CABLE) FOR OVER THREE MONTHS.
CHARTER/SPECTRUM NO LONGER WANTS TO CONTRI...Read Full Post »
|Posted on August 5, 2017 at 6:30 PM||comments (0)|
Bait The Hook to Catch The Fish (Mr. Goldstien)
Upon returning from vacation. I learned that someone had hacked into my laptop computer.
What I discovered was that someone had created an additional Guest Account and also
created a Wi-Fi Bridge to be able to access the Internet. After realizing I was hacked,
I contacted my Internet provider and asked them to look over my settings. I specifically
requested that my Modem should only have an ethernet conn...Read Full Post »
|Posted on August 5, 2017 at 4:05 PM||comments (0)|
New And Improved MacBook Air 13” Laptop Computer
On Friday, I tried going onto the internet using a 2007 MacBook Air Model # A1181 13” laptop computer. Was surprised to learn that Apple was no longer supporting the Safari internet browser. To compound matters, Google Chrome was also not going to support the older model Apple computer's internet browser.
The solution was rather simple:
A) Transfer all my files, ...Read Full Post »
|Posted on July 8, 2017 at 5:10 PM||comments (0)|
Intel patches seven-year remote hijacking bug revealed
Serious security flaw is patched. Intel has long been considered one of the premier chip manufacturers on the market, with security playing a vital part in the firm’s overall success.
However, it seems that one element had slipped through the net. Recently conducted research found that Intel processors shipped since 2010 contained remote management features. While from t...Read Full Post »
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50 Top Linux Distributions
The 50 most well-known versions of the Linux operating system.
Posted May 10, 2011
By Cynthia Harvey
We sometimes talk about Linux as if it were one, single operating system, but of course, it really comes in hundreds of different flavors. In fact, one of the strengths of open source software is that developers can (and do) customize the code to meet a variety of unique needs.
In this article, we'll take a look at 50 of the ...Read Full Post »
|Posted on June 16, 2017 at 8:50 PM||comments (1)|
Stockton and Lemuria: Case Closed
Posted Jun 3, 2017 at 1:30 PM
A New York paranormal researcher and filmmaker says he’s finally cracked the case of a mysterious man who pulled off the most outlandish flimflam in Stockton history.
Stephen Sindoni says after years of sleuthing he’s discovered the true identity of a ‘J.C. Brown’ who in 1934 tricke...Read Full Post »
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Feds believe that tools can still be used to unlock devises for investigations. The FBI has refused to disclose information about the tool it used to hack into the iPhone of San Bernadino shooter Syed Farook.
Initially, the FBI asked Apple to create a back door so they could access the content of Farook's iPhone. Apple refused to create the backdoor, statint that once there, it can be used over and over.
Now it's clear that Apple's concerns were correct. Ac...Read Full Post »
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Microsoft missed the entire month of February, leaving Windows users exposed to attacks. After missing Patch Tuesday in February, Microsoft has released security updates for March. The latest updates fix more than a dozen vulnerabilities.
According to Wccftech, "Among the patches, Microsoft has also fixed a 'critical' flaw, which was publicly disclosed earlier last month following Microsoft missing February's Patch Tuesday. The exploit code related to a Windows SMB bug was m...Read Full Post »