A file system is a way of organizing information on a storage device like a computer hard drive.

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Can I detect when a file is copied on Windows?

Can I detect when a file is copied on Windows? Will it create an event in the Windows log? Or can I not? I know you can detect when a file is created due to the file pointers and stuff, but can you ...
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What process would add gdiplus.dll and msdia80.dll at the root of a hard disk

I added a new 4TB hard disk drive to my desktop computer, and noticed a couple of days later two .dll files at the root of the drive. The environment in question is a 64-bit Windows 7 Professional (...
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Can File Sharing being Controlled by Mac Address? [closed]

I am currently setting up secure environment between 2 pc in isolated network. Just wondering can we do file sharing based on that pc mac address instead of username? The environment is OEM Windows ...
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Safely generate a non-log file within an application server

How does one go about safely write a temporary file to a location within an application server that is publicly accessible?
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is there any program that can tell me which files have been transferred from my computer thru the web

Is there a program that can tell me which files have been transferred from my computer thru the web? So if I have virus on my computer that transfer files I will know about it according to the files ...
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How would you change the log files on a Macbook using Yosemite?

I am a total novice and know nothing about hacking or security. I am a writer. I am trying to figure out the best scenario for adding something to someone's computer. If a person had physical ...
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Secure distributed storing and querying of [medical] data?

Comparing ways of distributing and securely storing and querying structured and schemaless data. Currently I am using MongoDB, but am looking into (Postgres|MySQL)&CryptDB, Cassandra and others. ...
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Forensic analysis of file metadata

Suppose I have received a file (doesn't matter what it is - document, image, video, audio, etc). I know that the operating system and also programs that create the file like Office, and even hardware ...
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Files deleted by some Employee . How to find what time it happened and whether done from another computer on network? [closed]

My Files got deleted by any Employee . How to find what time it happened and whether done from another computer on network ? The files were in shared drive in the computer. I am using windows 8. What ...
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How does one find out the file system / directories structure of a webserver they don't own? [closed]

How does one with simple access rights find out the remote host directory structure? I see that web archives are able to not only backup content on the specified domain, but every folder within it.
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How likely is it to find valuable information in the slack space of a workstation?

I just read about slack space which is the unused space at the end of a sector. This space is unused in some sectors when either the file itself is smaller then the sector or the sector contains the ...
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Decrypt or prevent Teslacrypt [closed]

Has anyone come up with a method to prevent receiving Teslacrypt or a method to decrypt encrypted files? Is there a way to prevent encryption on network attached storage? Is email the main avenue ...
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Would this be plausible for a metamorphic virus? Not repeatedly infecting same system

Would this be plausible for a metamorphic virus? When a new generation (for lack of better word) is created it would hard code a random file name, that would be checked to see if the system was ...
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Undelete-secure AES software and software for carrying out “full undeletion” free-partition-space zeroing/reformatting on Windows?

It is fairly well known that on Windows, when you delete a file (or folder which may contain any number of files and subfolders possibly containing other files and subfolders and so on), Windows just ...
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What role does paging play in respect to security?

What role does paging play in respect to security? By paging I mean memory management technique of splitting file memory into pages I guess the question is does it make files more secure?