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  2. Hi KieraS, Can you try using this tool and see if it fixes your issue? Also, once done, please apply this fix as well:
  3. Hello, I am back after long break, i just downloaded ET and wanted to join silent1. When im connecting to server , there starts to download file named " silent/~fearless_ssp_b1.pk3" but it doesnt start the download , just et get crashed and i got misdirected to fearless assassins website. What to do ? Can anyone help?
  4. Quick Look is one of macOS’s most convenient features, but one developer has proven it’s also extremely vulnerable to hacking. Apple's Quick Look mechanism generates and caches thumbnails of files, images, folders and other data to give users fast and easy access. That’s generally what Quick Look does with all your files, but a security researcher named Wojciech Regula realized the feature is doing the same thing with all your encrypted data and saves those said thumbnails to an unencrypted location. This vulnerability would allow a hacker to easily capture snippets of original files, including those contained in encrypted containers, simply by rooting out Quick Look’s cache of thumbnails. Mo’ speed, mo’ problems Regula simulated such a hack by uploading two images into two separate encrypted containers, one encoded in VeraCrypt and another with macOS Encrypted HFS+/APFS. Using simple commands, the researcher both images through their file paths, allowing him to access a miniature version of the original files. As if seeing thumbnails images of your private images wasn’t bad enough, Regula also showed how the Quick Look’s backend can also reveal sensitive documents. Unfortunately, Quick Look also does a great job of caching any additional drives you might have plugged into your Mac, so files stored on thumb drives or external hard drives. So what can you do? Fortunately, users can secure their encrypted files by manually clearing the Quick Look and unmount their encrypted container and Regula notes that Apple has even made a utility called ‘qlmanage’ just for this task. It seems like the best way to keep your data secure from Quick Look is to completely divorce it from your Mac – which isn’t convenient at all. So hopefully Apple releases a fix for this vulnerability in a near future macOS update. You can't do much about Quick Look, but you can secure your Internet connection with a VPN Via AppleInsider View the full article
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  6. Re-Read them on the wiki, all clear so far thx DJ! I'm on NQ1 atm, just got a strange disconnect @United Blood
  7. With that 5-0 Russia got a boost like the one you get at a rocket launch. I think we will see some more nice matches from them
  8. I can meet you at NQ1 soon if you're about
  9. back to ET nub, please read again our server and forum rules for server lvl, poke a recruiter+ on server
  10. Elo there id like to ask for my group to be (re)set to Enemy Territory, thanks. if you would furthermore accept my services once again, a !set on NQ1 please Tacle
  11. Being online just got a tad riskier, for the umpteenth time, thanks to the emergence of a nasty sounding piece of new malware that stealthily avoid detections. Mylobot, discovered in the wild by Tom Nipravsky, a security researcher at Deep Instinct, is apparently building up a complex botnet, infecting Windows PCs and employs several measures to avoid detection. The malware can be primed to deliver any number of different payloads, so it could install ransomware or a Trojan, pilfer data, recruit the machine to add firepower to a future DDoS attack – a whole host of unpleasant possibilities are at the malware author’s fingertips. As for its detection evasion techniques, these include anti-sandboxing routines, disguising its inner workings via encryption, and using a reflective EXE – meaning it executes directly from memory rather than disk, making spotting it harder. The malware lies dormant for two weeks, doing nothing and keeping a very low profile before finally searching out its command and control server. Stealth is at a premium here, for sure. Botnet bashing Interestingly, once active, Mylobot even searches for other botnets on the host PC, and attempts to stop their processes and remove them, effectively barging any competing malware out of the way. It also shuts down Windows Defender and Windows Update to help make sure it can carry out its nefarious work (whatever that may be) without interruption. All of which, in short, means this is a highly sophisticated and thus dangerous little beast. Where did it come from? The origin of the malware remains unknown, as does the intentions of the author, but apparently there is some possible connection to Locky, a famous piece of ransomware, as well as other strains of the latter. ZDNet reports that Nipravsky observed: “We haven't found any indication about who the author is, but based on the code, this is someone who knows what they're doing.” Right now, the good news is that Mylobot is far from widespread, although that picture could easily change if the operation behind spreading the botnet is ramped up. And presumably that’s the eventual intention. Even our best laptops need good security softwareView the full article
  12. Gone are the days of waiting for a printed bank account statement to drop through your letterbox, or making a visit to your local branch to move some money between accounts. We now have more control of our money than ever before. But that convenience could, for some, mean disorganisation, reckless spending, borrowing and debt. Applying poor money management techniques to your personal accounts is one thing, but doing the same to your small business funds could be disastrous. And while we can't help you to be sensible – that's on you – we have selected ten personal finance software solutions that can make a difference to the way you think and act with your capital. Take your pick of these services and use them to stay on top of your money. A good overview will help you control your spending, grow your balance, and ensure you've always got enough in reserve to keep the taxman happy. If you're looking to keep your business books with a bit more detail, check out our guide to the best accounts and invoicing software. We've also chosen the best free software for small businesses Quicken Premier Price: $74.99 (around £57) per year Available for Windows, MacOS Probably the biggest name in personal accounting, Quicken's desktop tool is well-aged and feature-packed and – whisper it – starting to feel a bit out of date. So much so that parent company Intuit recently sold the rights to the software to a private equity firm in order to concentrate on its more modern properties like Mint.com and TurboTax. The latest version of Quicken released this year now includes 5GB of secure online backup with Dropbox, free Quicken Bill Pay and expanded custom reporting. At the time of writing, the company is also offering a lower price for the first year of $44.99 (around £35) instead of $74.99 (£57) for those who sign up to the Premier plan. The Premier edition is perfect for managing personal finances, business accounts and investments in one place provided you're in the US – it's not so hot for UK users, being geared more towards American finance options. It neatly links transactions between your accounts – so transferring from savings into a current account is one entry, with a 'from' and a 'to' rather than a pair – and provides various budgeting and prediction tools to help you stay on track. Click to get Quicken Premier for Windows or Quicken Premier for Mac Personal Capital Price: Free, fee-based Available for on desktop and mobile Personal Capital's primary function is to track your investments, assets and savings, rather than specifically looking after your current accounts. Are your assets working for you? Are you on course for a comfortable retirement? What can you do to be better off? Plug everything in and you'll be able to see the big picture of your finances. Personal Capital offers specific advice and statistics based on your goals and your current standing, but access to human financial advisors is where the company makes its money. While anyone is welcome to use its website, you can only access advisory services if you have an account minimum of $250,000 (around £190,000), and there's an annual fee (of between 0.49% and 0.89%) to pay if you want your assets managed – this is lower than most financial advice services. UK customers will probably want to steer clear – Personal Capital is geared towards US investments like IRAs and the 401k – but for those State-side this could be the perfect way to grow your wealth. Get started with Personal Capital personal finance software Buxfer Price: Free/From $1.99 (£1.50) per month Available online An online service that's not slathered in effects and colours, Buxfer does a good job of presenting your finances in a clean, professional manner. It cutely brags about the fact that it's currently helping its users manage almost two trillion dollars in funds, so it's got a solid user base behind it. You don't have to give Buxfer your exact banking details if you're uncomfortable doing so – you can opt for offline manual syncing with your bank account instead – but if you do trust it, there's a layer of high-level encryption to protect your data and the company is regularly audited. We like its budgeting tools best of all – the visual reporting is very strong, and the fact that it doesn't force you into predefined categories and instead allows you to tag expenditures however you see fit means Buxfer should fit nicely into most people's banking lives. The free version gets you five budgets, accounts and bill reminders, the Pilot version ($1.99 per month - around £1.50) adds on automatic tagging and bank syncing, the Plus version ($3.99 per month - around £3) gives you unlimited budgets, and the Pros version ($4.99 per month - around £3.80) includes online payments, advanced forecasts and more besides. Sign up for Buxfer YNAB Price: $83.99 (around £64) per year Available on desktop and mobile Just in case you need to be told explicitly what to do, along comes YNAB - short for You Need A Budget. Because, hey, if you don't want to spend every single penny you have and more, you absolutely do need one. And perhaps you have more money than you thought? YNAB's primary mission, as you might expect, is to help you curb overspending and avoid living from paycheck to paycheck. Stick to the program, temper your spending appropriately, and eventually YNAB will see you spending last month's money rather than that which you've just earned. It's quick to install, supports the majority of transaction information downloadable from banks, and appropriately configures itself for personal or small business use by changing its monetary categories depending on your needs. If you get off track, YNAB – which is reasonably forgiving and understanding for a bit of software – will tell you what you need to do to get back to where you need to be. You'll have to make sacrifices, but if it's guidance you need, this sets itself apart from the likes of Quicken. Find out more about YNAB Mvelopes Price: From $4 (around £3) per month Available on desktop and mobile There are various philosophies of budgeting. One time-honoured technique is the envelope budgeting system: splitting your funds, as they arrive, into various envelopes marked for specific purposes, never dipping into an envelope to spend cash on anything other than its designated use. You don't need savings to start budgeting this way, just willpower and, er, envelopes. Without a whole host of bank accounts you're not going to be able to apply this technique effectively to digital money, but using Mvelopes is a good way to at least put a representation of your sectioned-off income in front of you. Designate an envelope for working capital or savings and you can grow your personal wealth or business funds surprisingly quickly. Anything you don't spend in an envelope stays there, giving you more to play with in your next pay cycle. There's no longer a free version of Mvelopes (although you can try it for free with a 30-day trial) but the basic plan for $4 (£3) a month should be adequate for most people, offering management of unlimited accounts and envelopes. It's intuitive to use, and there are mobile apps for Android and iOS, essential for taking a peek inside your envelopes when it comes time to pull any money out of them… Sign up for Mveleopes Banktree Price: £35 (around $46) Available on web, desktop or to download for Windows UK readers will be pleased to know that unlike most accounting software, this is produced by a British company – not that other apps are terrified of good old Pound Sterling or anything, but it's slightly easier to put your financial trust in home-grown software, and its support for data from UK banks is very strong. Banktree is more than happy to support worldwide currencies, and in fact does a solid job if you're working simultaneously with more than one, offering balances in multiple currencies rather than rounding them off into a single total. It's also good for keeping track of everything, allowing you to scan receipts with its mobile app and import them later on. It's not the prettiest software around, and it's slightly more awkward to use than many of its more refined cousins, although Banktree does produce very neat reports which you can break down by time, or by payee. It may be worth experimenting with the free trial before you choose to invest in this one. Get Banktree personal finance software Money Dashboard Price: Free Available for iOS and Android This iOS/Android app doesn't try to reinvent the banking world or offer anything truly ground-breaking, but it is perhaps one of the most useful money management tools out there. Hook up every one of your UK bank and credit card accounts and you'll be able to see each of your balances in a single place with a single login. That in itself is enough for us to recommend it. But there's more – Money Dashboard will track your spending, offering you an overall pie chart depicting your spending on loans, consumables, transport and the like. There's an at-a-glance overall balance, showing exactly how much money you have available across all of your accounts, and you can compare this to the previous month's figure to show how well you've been managing your funds. That's a great motivator. It's super-safe, too: Money Dashboard locks down your login with an equivalent level of security to that of your bank, and it's completely read-only – your money isn't going anywhere. Get Money Dashboard for iOS or Money Dashboard for Android Moneydance Price: $49.99 (roughly £38) Available for MacOS, Windows and Linux Made primarily for Mac users (but also out on Windows and Linux), Moneydance is a desktop money management package with a very neat single-window interface. Load it up and you'll get an instant view of your finances, upcoming bills, recent expenses and more. Click an item in the left hand sidebar and the main content changes to reflect it. Its reporting features are quite strong if not spectacular to look at, and one of Moneydance's most useful sections is its account register. If you're old-school and once managed a cheque book, this operates on a very similar principle. There's also an iOS app for logging transactions on the go, which later syncs with the software on your desktop. Unfortunately for UK users, Moneydance doesn't support the connection protocols used by UK banks, so you'll need to download your transaction history manually to keep on top of it and revert to your bank's own app to move money around. US users, however, are well covered. Get Moneydance on all formats here Coinkeeper Price: Free Available for iOS, Android The stuffiness of money management can negatively affect some. We've certainly been in the position of not wanting to even look at a spreadsheet full of depressing numbers. Coinkeeper boils it all down to a series of circular pots – drag coins from your current account, and you can allocate them to all of your spending needs. We wouldn't exactly say it makes money management fun, but it's cute at least. Coinkeeper is free to download and try, although you'll need to shell out for the $1.79 (roughly £1.40) per month subscription option to really make the most of it and budget effectively. It's brilliant for keeping track of your expenses, and don't be fooled by its frivolous looks – you'll be able to see at a glance where your money is going, and export your data in a CSV file to use in virtually any other finance app or spreadsheet. Try Coinkeeper by clicking here Power Portfolio Price: Free Available online Provided by This Is Money – an offshoot of the Daily Mail – Power Portfolio is both a good way to keep track of the stocks and shares you own, and a great way to see if you'd make it as a market investor without risking any capital. Updated every few minutes, it contains info on all London-listed shares and UK-based funds, and even lets you track money put into alternative assets like wine and art. When your individual investments are set up, be they real or virtual, you'll be able to see what top brokers are saying about the stocks you've picked, get an overview of exactly where your money is allocated, and track the performance of your stocks over time. Basically everything you'd need for a play portfolio. If you're funnelling a lot of cash into shares though, you might be better off employing the services of a broker or investment manager and using this tool only for at-a-glance monitoring. Track your investments with Power PortfolioView the full article
  13. Duuuuuude PS4! If you're into cars/trucks and blowing shit up, check out a game called Crossout. It's free to download/play.
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