Files and folders exclusions are stored in the registry key below.
File types exclusions are stored in the registry key below.
Processes exclusions are stored in the registry key below.
Writing to the sample text to the a file using FileNumber and Print Command.
Print #1, “This is my sample text”
Transfer DSN files from Computer A to Computer B:
1. On Computer A, open the Registry Editor by typing “regedit” in the Windows search box under the Start menu and selecting regedit.exe
2. Navigate to the following registry key :
- For User DSN data sources:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER > Software > ODBC
- For System DSN data sources:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > Software > ODBC
3. Right-click on the ODBC.INI folder, choose Export, and save the .reg file to the location of your choice
4. Copy the .reg file (or files if you have both User and System DSN data sources) to any location Computer B
5. On Computer B, double click the .reg file(s) to import the DSN data sources to the registry (select “Yes” and “OK” when prompted)
C:\Program Files (x86)\Symantec\Symantec Endpoint Protection\smc.exe -stop
When the command prompt opens type:
Where F is the letter of the drive you want to securely overwrite the free space on.
It will overwrite the free space with three passes as seen above.
- First with all zero’s – 0x00
- Second with all 255’s, – 0xFF
- Finally with random numbers
“When you share Wi-Fi network access with Facebook friends, Outlook.com contacts, or Skype contacts, they’ll be connected to the password-protected Wi-Fi networks that you choose to share and get Internet access when they’re in range of the networks (if they use Wi-Fi Sense). Likewise, you’ll be connected to Wi-Fi networks that they share for Internet access too. Remember, you don’t get to see Wi-Fi network passwords, and you both get Internet access only. They won’t have access to other computers, devices, or files stored on your home network, and you won’t have access to these things on their network.”
WiFi Sense will automatically connect you to detected crowdsourced WiFi networks, acquire network information and provide “additional info” to networks that require it (it’s not clear exactly what constitutes additional info), and can be used to automatically share your WiFi password with your contacts on Facebook, Skype, and Outlook.
On a practical level, the risks from WiFi Sense are small. But from a best-practices security standpoint, it’s far from a great idea.
Oh, my God, disable NOW:
Settings->Manage WiFi Settings->Wi-Fi Sense
Turn it off