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This is an attempt to exploit the current remote code execution issue in the EXIM mail server, i.e. CVE-2019-10149. See The Return of the WIZard: RCE in Exim for details and also the kind of exploit you encountered. You are safe if you are not using EXIM or run a fixed version. From the linked article (emphasis added): This vulnerability is exploitable ...


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They cannot create a twin WPA network without knowing the password of the legitimate one. So they usually disrupt the legitimate network, create an open network with the same SSID, and wait until some user connects to it by mistake. After connecting, the user is redirected to a fake "Maintenance Mode" portal, or something like that, asking for the network ...


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The term is conceptual and is not a standard term in the field. The conceptual nature of the term means there is not going to be the type of definition that I think you are going for. It broadly means what your first quote says. An adaptive adversary can adapt to the environment and responses from the environment as part of the attack. A non-adaptive ...


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Although there have been poorly implemented ransomware attacks in the past that have been broken, I haven't seen that in a while so it's unlikely you can break it. Nevertheless it's worth googling. That said, here's a method that may provide partial recovery of critical files. Generally the ransomware attacks don't touch Windows Shadow Volumes. Get ...


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