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Zeealex last won the day on September 8

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  1. Zeealex

    Ghost Recon: Heroes Unleashed

    I didn't even think DXT was possible in rsb files, I'm rusty!!
  2. Zeealex

    Slow machine

    high RAM usage with no explanation is a potential IOC(indicator of compromise) and could indicate that a malicious process is injecting into the memory. if you work for a medical society you are a potential high gain target of APT's and general attackers trying to make money off the back off covid or disrupt operations in relation to it.
  3. Zeealex

    First Person?

    you can in split screen co-op afair
  4. Zeealex

    Slow machine

    just a question, my infosec hat is on, who do you work for? you don't have to be explicit, feel free to drop a PM if you're not happy to divulge here
  5. Zeealex

    Slow machine

    You have to do it through the command line, I'll edit with the specific command shortly
  6. Zeealex

    Slow machine

    Turn off hybrid shutdown in Windows if you can, that can cause all sorts of weirdness with the RAM
  7. Zeealex

    Photo Corner

    Made friends with a juvenile urban fox over the lockdown, he pops by for some chicken every day.
  8. Zeealex

    Dropbox is a Disgrace

    yeah, any self respecting file hosting service will take it down once it's pinned as "malware" but Google and Microsoft won't ban you straight up like DropBox
  9. Zeealex

    Dropbox is a Disgrace

    The primary concern there is they don't know what other 'malicious' files are being distributed unchecked, it's relatively common for malicious files to go undetected by AV scanners. It's also pretty common for accounts to be distributing cracked software etc. It's mainly a precautionary measure and intended to be temporary until they can get more information. Both as a protection for its users and itself. It's just a shame they've dropped the ball on the information part. I'm by no means trying to patronise or insult your intelligence on the injection part, more say that Malware ❤️ Memory Injection. So a lot of innocent injection programs get caught up in the crossfire. So it's considered 'reasonable' from the part of DropBox to kill links as a precaution.
  10. Zeealex

    Dropbox is a Disgrace

    It's a common issue regarding executable files that perform memory injections, it tends to trip behavioural analysis in VirusTotal as it's a very common component of the execution process of some of the worst malware, Ransomware uses memory and process injection to hook into explorer for example, and due to the recent epidemic of ransomware sweeping the world, hosts are taking a much more hardline approach to potential malware being hosted on their servers (except Google Drive, apparently). I've reported the hashes as a false positive with a detailed explanation to VirusTotal, so hopefully they will work on that and stop it tripping when hosts perform regular AV scans. I may disassemble it and run through its primary functions with them. But you can use that verdict in your DropBox appeal. It's why I always recommend using an encrypted .7z file for any executable files that inject into memory, or executables with components that were originally coded in x86 Assembly (a bad/mistyped register operand can trip most AVs) Microsoft offers a terabyte for free, Google Drive is also cheap and a little more relaxed. Alternatively you could set up a home-server with NAS.
  11. Egh, not too much money, just too much interference and beurocracy that comes with the inevitable expansion. A small company that makes a bunch of money can stay true to its values
  12. Encrypted .7z PASSWORD: 1-AM-S0-L337 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1mvEDKdZn1zZQZ6YSTCWQ09HojyNTAhji/view?usp=sharing Suck my wonka google... Richards_FPWM.torrent Torrent may not work straight away, give it some time
  13. I've found it turns up less relevant results and the whole not giving me the image I'm looking for and instead taking me to the site it's (supposedly) on is annoying. I just use duckduckgo these days. I like my privacy
  14. I wouldn't really know where to start as my headset has sound processing to dolby 7.1 built in *shrugs*