Step-by-Step Procedure to Install Windows 11 on Unsupported Hardware

Step-by-Step Procedure to Install Windows 11 on Unsupported Hardware

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Windows 11 is one such operating system that doesn’t require an introduction. If somebody doesn’t know about Microsoft and Windows operating systems, he might not be from this planet. Rather than wasting time to talk about the Windows 11 operating system, let’s talk about one of the most common concerns most people are worried about, especially those who have PCs older than 2018 or earlier. We are talking about the installation of Windows 11 on older PCs. With the release of Windows 11, Microsoft set some new hardware requirements to install Windows 11, which kept many old computers away from Windows 11. Let’s discuss what are those special requirements and how to install Windows 11 by bypassing them, what are the different ways to install Windows 11 on unsupported hardware,…
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What is New in KB5031354 And How to Download and Install Windows 11 build 22621.2428?

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Microsoft recently released the new cumulative update KB5031354 for Windows 11 versions 21H2 and 22H2 on October 10, 2023, as part of its October 2023 Patch Tuesday. Also referred to as the “Windows 11 Moment 4 update”, KB5031354 doesn’t ship with a wide array of features and bug fixes alone. However, this update combines the features and security updates from the previous update KB5030310, released on September 26, 2023, that made it shipped with a wide range of new features, security enhancements, and bug fixes for the latest Windows 11 releases. If you missed the September 26th update, this is a big update for you. The highlights include the first preview of the AI-powered Microsoft Copilot assistant, a redesigned File Explorer, updates for built-in apps like Snipping Tool and Paint with new AI capabilities, and…
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How to Fix GameOver(lay)- Two Local Privilege Escalation Vulnerabilities in Ubuntu Linux Kernel?

How to Fix GameOver(lay)- Two Local Privilege Escalation Vulnerabilities in Ubuntu Linux Kernel?

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Sagi Tzadik, Shir Tamari from Wiz disclosed two easy-to-exploit local privilege escalation vulnerabilities in the OverlayFS module of the Ubuntu Linux Kernel. These two vulnerabilities assigned with the identifiers CVE-2023-2640 and CVE-2023-32629 could be severe than it appears as no configuration changes are needed to exploit these vulnerabilities. These issues are unique, although they look similar to the two-year-old Overlayfs vulnerability (CVE-2021-3493).  Let’s dive deep into the issue and understand how these vulnerabilities are unique, although they share the same functionality in terms of exploitation. Before going to the technical details, it’s good to know about the OverlayFS that has existed since 2009 as part of the Linux Kernel. What is OverlayFS and How Does it Work? OverlayFS is a union mount filesystem implementation for Linux that allows combining multiple directories and mount points…
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7 Best E-books to Learn Computer Programming: Unleash Your Coding Potential

7 Best E-books to Learn Computer Programming: Unleash Your Coding Potential

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Programming skills are not just nice to have in today’s technology-driven society; it’s essential! Programming supports practically every facet of our digital life, from smartphone applications to artificial intelligence. Learning computer programming is a vital ability that opens up a world of potential, whether your goal is to become a software engineer, a web developer, or simply to comprehend the logic behind the digital tools we use daily. Traditional education is valuable, but ebooks have completely changed our learning. Anyone with an internet connection can use ebooks’ convenience, affordability, and portability to further their education at their speed. This blog will examine the seven top e-books for learning to code, each providing a different perspective and set of tools to help you become a proficient programmer. Eric Matthes’s “Python Crash Course”…
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Breaking Down the Latest July 2023 Monthly PSIRT Advisory Report From Fortinet

Breaking Down the Latest July 2023 Monthly PSIRT Advisory Report From Fortinet

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Fortinet has recently released its July 2023 Monthly PSIRT Advisory Report on 11th July 2023, which we’ve covered in this detailed report. This report describes newly released security vulnerabilities affecting Fortinet products. The report is an essential resource for IT professionals and organizations utilizing Fortinet products, as it helps them stay informed about potential risks, allowing them to take the necessary actions to ensure their systems remain secure. Through this report, you will understand the severity of each vulnerability, the steps needed to mitigate the risks, and take the necessary actions to enhance the security structure against potential threats. IT professionals and organizations are encouraged to closely monitor Fortinet’s PSIRT Advisories and adapt their security measures based on the findings. By staying up-to-date on the latest vulnerabilities and fixes, users can continue to leverage…
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Trends in Programming Industry in 2023

Trends in Programming Industry in 2023

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As the development of software becomes more complicated, developers need to understand the latest trends. Some tools tend to become obsolete while some legacy languages keep growing stronger. Amid the evolution, newer programming languages are gaining popularity. There are newer ways to test apps and write codes. For instance, C and C++ are a favorite for creating languages for many devices. The Java family is still a trending package for web pages and creating other programs. In 2023, there will be more adoption of AI, Web 3.0, and no-code development.  There are a lot of trends to watch out for in the programming sector in 2023. Cloud-Native Technologies In 2023, cloud-native technologies are changing app development strategies. It has revolutionized the development, deployment, and scaling of applications. Developers are leaning…
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11 Best Network Security Devices for Home

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As the world is moving towards digitization, more and more devices in our homes are connected to the Internet than ever before, such as smartphones, smart TVs, game consoles, and tablets. However, these devices are not protected from web threats, network attacks, and other potential risks. This problem could be addressed by using network security devices. Network security devices provide advanced security for the home network and connected devices by blocking access to malicious sites and scanning the network traffic for these attacks. Let’s see the best network security devices for home networks in this post. The advanced intrusion prevention technology scans the network traffic in real-time for identifying and blocking network intrusion that cybercriminals use to take control of your data and devices. Home network security devices add a…
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What is a VPN? Why Should You Avoid Free VPNs?

What is a VPN? Why Should You Avoid Free VPNs?

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The internet is something that connects the entire world from social media to video conferencing and event entertainment. The internet gives you the power to do just about anything, no matter where you are in the world. As long as you have a connection to the internet, you have the freedom to work remotely, watch movies and TV shows on Netflix, or even do research on just about any topic you can imagine. However, as time has gone on, the internet has become somewhat restricted in some areas. From internet censorship to geo-blocking restrictions, the internet has lost that sense of freedom that it always portrayed. On top of that, privacy and security have become serious concerns for most internet users around the world. Cybercrime is on the rise, and…
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Exploring CyberChef: The Cyber Swiss Army Knife of Security Analysts (SOC Analyst)

Exploring CyberChef: The Cyber Swiss Army Knife of Security Analysts (SOC Analyst)

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In this tutorial blog, we are introducing a free, open-source, web based security analysis tool that empowers security enthusiasts and professionals with an array of functionalities. Welcome to the intriguing world of CyberChef, dubbed the “Cyber Swiss Army Knife.” We published this blog post to help security analysts (SOC Analysts) to understand what CyberChef is, its key features, how to install it, and ways to leverage it effectively in security analysis using its features like data encoding, cryptography, file operations, networking, and more. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned professional, CyberChef’s flexibility and power make it a compelling tool in your cybersecurity arsenal. Buckle up, as we decode the intricacies of this versatile tool and its application in our security-driven digital landscape. What is CyberChef and How to Install…
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Breaking Down the Latest May 2023 Monthly PSIRT Advisory Report From Fortinet

Breaking Down the Latest May 2023 Monthly PSIRT Advisory Report From Fortinet

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Fortinet has recently released its May 2023 Monthly PSIRT Advisory Report, which we’ve covered in this detailed report. This report describes newly released security vulnerabilities affecting Fortinet products. We’ve also added a separate table in the report that describes all the products affected by these vulnerabilities. Through this report, you will understand the severity of each vulnerability, the steps needed to mitigate the risks, and take the necessary actions to enhance the security structure against potential threats.  Summary of May 2023 Monthly PSIRT Advisory Report The Fortinet report released has the following key points:  The report listed 9 vulnerabilities, out of which none are critical, 2 are classified as High, 2 as Low, and 5 are classified as Medium.  The products affected by these 9 vulnerabilities include FortiADC, FortiOS, FortiProxy, and…
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