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  1. Frequently Asked Questions https://0patch.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/categories/200441471-Frequently-Asked-Questions
  2. @Pierre75 though it's about pro licenses for businesses, shd give an idea of personal use too. How many PRO licenses do I need for my computers? https://0patch.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360020552934-How-many-PRO-licenses-do-I-need-for-my-computers- "https://tinyurl.com/tg46ex9" https://0patch.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360018692234-Am-I-allowed-to-use-0patch-for-free-without-purchasing-a-license-
  3. @Pierre75 would suggest check for a system first and then move on to others (that the patches work and sans any problems).. And regarding licenses , have no idea, maybe @exile360 may be right but a confirmation with 0patch would be better.
  4. Note that it is necessary to register a free account as you need to sign-in to the application. Once you are signed in data is synced between the local system and the server to determine the patch state of the system. The program lists patches that are available for free and for purchase in the interface; all it takes is to get the Internet Explorer 11 patch installed for the system to protect it against attacks that target the vulnerability. 0Patch states that its patch does not cause the side-effects that Microsoft's workaround is causing (web applications that make use of jscript.dll will not work anymore). Administrators who run the 0Patch Agent software on their devices may toggle patches on or off in the interface. source - https://www.ghacks.net/2020/01/23/0patch-releases-patch-for-internet-explorer-vulnerability-also-for-windows-7/
  5. Meet the Filmmaker Who Is Installing Live Cams All Over the World https://mashable.com/2014/06/25/explore-live-cameras/?europe=true "Right now, as we're speaking, I’m looking at hippos at a watering hole in Africa," Charles Annenberg Weingarten says with a mix of salesmanship and genuine wonder. "Waves are breaking at Pipeline Beach." Weingarten isn't standing near any hippos in Africa nor is he dipping his toes in the sand at the beach. He's sitting on a green couch in a converted apartment in Santa Monica, California, surrounded by six barking dogs. In front of him, there's a screen showing just a few of the many live camera feeds he has helped to install around the world. Cameras are streaming footage of brown bears waiting patiently for salmon in Alaska, stingrays gliding past coral in the UK, closeups of honey bee colonies buzzing inside their hive in Germany, and yes, animals gathered around a remote watering hole in Kenya. Explore, the organization Weingarten started, has installed more than 75 high-definition cameras in parks and facilities on four continents since 2011 with plans to expand to at least one other continent in the near future. He expects to have as many as 150 cameras on the ground in the next year. The group is approaching 100 million hours of footage streamed online and its website, Explore.org, now gets about 30 million page views a month from just under one million visitors. Its reach would be significantly larger if you factored in all the outlets that carry the feeds, including Animal Planet, CNN and ABC News. For Weingarten, who describes himself as a thinker, entrepreneur, philanthropist and filmmaker, among other lofty titles, the goal isn't necessarily to build a media empire, and it's certainly not to lay the groundwork for Big Brother. The goal is to use technology as a gateway to nature rather than a barrier to it.
  6. @Pierre75this is free, but to get it one has to register. to get free patches and pay for any paid patches.
  7. A new twist on quantum communication in fiber https://phys.org/news/2020-01-quantum-fiber.html New research done at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa, and Huazhang University of Science and Technology in Wuhan, China, has exciting implications for secure data transfer across optical fiber networks. The team have demonstrated that multiple quantum patterns of twisted light can be transmitted across a conventional fiber link that, paradoxically, supports only one pattern. The implication is a new approach to realizing a future quantum network, harnessing multiple dimensions of entangled quantum light.
  8. Hmm. I find that beta 9 was released on Nov'11 while the pcmag article is after a month in Dec. So beta 9 release was missed out by PCmag during review..
  9. The article is a year old and if improvements take care of any shortfall well & good, and may be check on time of release of beta 9 whether before or after article?
  10. @Living_ComputerBut you must know the source of notification to disable permission for the site?? if in case you have allowed notifications for multiple sites, then how do you zero in on the source of malicious notification ?? Any inadvertent permission could be trouble..
  11. @Living_Computer read https://heimdalsecurity.com/blog/push-notifications-security-risks-how-to-disable/
  12. MB is pushed to 3rd in PC mag review. https://in.pcmag.com/software/114107/the-best-ransomware-protection
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