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No, there are absolutely no security issues with changing a system's screensaver or wallpaper, at least if you are using the defaults. A company may enforce such a policy because they do not want people to display offensive or controversial material, or because they want to standardize a given look. Remember also that screensavers come from executable files, ...


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I am unaware of an MTP SD Card reader, and cannot find anything listing the USB reader having this support. So, instead, I would suggest using an Android device, which has micro SD card support, as Android supports MTP. USB mass storage instead of MTP outlines doing the opposite of what you want but gives an idea of how you can use Android 5.0 to mount a ...


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Purely from a risk perspective: The risk posed by an image file containing a payload of malicious code is not changed by the fact that you allow users to change their desktop wallpaper. I mean, if it's got a nasty bit of code in it, then opening the file in paint or even generating the thumbnail view in explorer would execute the code too. At worst you ...


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