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  2. Haven't certain "backdoor"s, been linked to the inbound (to our computers), manifestations, of these ports ? ( And, what port, is SSHFS, on ? ) .
  3. How does "DuckDuckGo", make money, and continue to exist, if I am not "tracked", when using their search-engine ?
  4. imagramma

    Yahoo and Spam

    Does Yahoo check all of the websites that list content and ads on their sites for spam and malicious links? Is the spam coming from clicking on the links, or the links inside the articles. My husband keeps getting lots of spam in his email.
  5. Has Amazon Prime, ever gone on sale, on "Prime Day" ?
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  7. For years I've been storing my passwords on a couple of secure flash drives which require the correct password to be entered within 5 tries to allow entry. If an incorrect password is entered 5 times, the chip is automatically erased. These chips are a Sandisk product that is no longer available. I'm beginning to think I'd better replace them, as I'm aware there is a limit to how many times flash chips can be erased and reprogrammed without losing data. But I have not found a suitable product. I have tried a couple of newer alternatives (UltrLock and Kingston DTLocker), but both are far too difficult to set up and use than the old Sandisk. Seems almost like learning a new operating system...! Does anyone here know of a currently available security flash drive that works similar to the old Sandisk…? Thanks....!
  8. I have "Keynote", "Pages", & "Numbers", apps, on my Mac -- are these, a direct substitute, for "Microsoft Office" ?
  9. Thank you . Actually, I shouldn't have mentioned "Meltdown"-flaws, since, supposedly, THAT is now "patch-able", but a portion of the "Spectre"-flaws, is only correctable, in hardware . Please keep me posted, when hardware is available, that fixes this, as I will be in the market, to buy the fix !
  10. CWojno


    I'm testing a new post. Episode IV: A new Post
  11. Are the new Intel "i9"-series of CPUs, to be affected, by the Meltdown & Spectre, flaws ?  
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