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Aug
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accepted Is it safe to reuse a tab in a browser for different websites?
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asked Is it safe to reuse a tab in a browser for different websites?
Oct
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accepted I ran a virus on a PC. What should be the next steps?
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Oct
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comment I ran a virus on a PC. What should be the next steps?
@QuestionOverflow: Avast was already installed. There were no warnings. I discovered the virus because the user of the machine alerted me that a suspicious file was downloaded when she was browsing a website.
Oct
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comment I ran a virus on a PC. What should be the next steps?
@KnightOfNi: you may want to post this as an answer instead of a comment.
Oct
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comment I ran a virus on a PC. What should be the next steps?
@Ulkoma: got it. Thank you, I'll do such scan as well.
Oct
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comment I ran a virus on a PC. What should be the next steps?
@Ulkoma: in the question you linked, the person can't install an antivirus. Would a rescue disk have a benefit in my case where I already have an antivirus?
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asked I ran a virus on a PC. What should be the next steps?
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Sep
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comment How to identify hackers based on ip addresses and the pages that were accessed
Are they harmful to your business? If yes, ask yourself exactly how much loss do they cause? A few actual hacking requests per minute equals a few kilobits of bandwidth and a small amount of computing power wasted—not good, but you can live with it. On the other hand, if you spend three hours per month dealing with blacklisting, it means that your company spends $400-$600 for your salary doing just that: it would be much less expensive to ignore those requests.
Sep
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comment How to identify hackers based on ip addresses and the pages that were accessed
@ganders: not necessarily. I've seen lots of activity which looks strange at the first glance, but which then appears to be perfectly legit. The actual queries you quoted might as well come from something similar to an RSS client.
Sep
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comment How to identify hackers based on ip addresses and the pages that were accessed
@ganders: about the downvotes, you may focus on your first two questions and remove the last one. You may also rephrase the title: as-is, it is too broad and can only be answered by a book, maybe several books.
Sep
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answered How to identify hackers based on ip addresses and the pages that were accessed
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