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Can malware override and execute any memory location or it has to be specific?

Both Windows and Linux allow process injection, the difference is that Linux is more strict in checking the permissions. In fact, under Linux, it is equivalent to the PTRACE_ATTACH check, which by ...
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What tools currently allow to retrieve Windows 10/11 password hashes, given admin rights or physical access to unencrypted disks?

LaZagne can recover all kinds of passwords and password hashes stored in Windows, including browsers, programs (like Skype, Thunderbird etc.), WiFi passwords, Windows user password hashes and more. In ...
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Can Windows invade my privacy by accessing files from my Linux OS?

If you assume simply generally sloppy/user-unfriendly data access: you're fine. Windows can't do anything (e.g. access flash drives or network data) while it's not running, and doesn't know how to ...
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Can Windows invade my privacy by accessing files from my Linux OS?

how do you recommend me to protect myself? The best two fail safe options are; Run Windows through a VM rather than have it on a sperate partition or drive. Have two PC's, one for Windows and one for ...
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Can Windows invade my privacy by accessing files from my Linux OS?

It is not impossible for Microsoft to see files on another partition. If found it would be a PR nightmare, hopefully that's enough to stop them from doing it. not probable, just possible Just about ...
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CA-signed certificate for localhost / production app

One can only get a publicly signed certificate for a domain which one controls. The domain localhost is not controlled by somebody, it is on every computer, i.e. controlled by everybody. Therefore it ...

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