Back with Part 8 of my Marlow Briggs and the Mask of Doom saga….

Had a few issues with editing which is why it took a little while in between episodes but here’s the latest!

Marlow & Tep chasing down the assassin Kim Carreras as Marlow finds a new weapon form, The Forbidden Sting!!! Reminds me of Kratos’s weapon from God War….

Check out the full LR as Marlow Briggs playlist at
https://youtu.be/XlQTOdWZLr4?list=PLad5rW4wrdCusTgJkpcpN3mit6xWeKUcE

Mozilla removes Avast and AVG extensions from add-on portal over snooping claims

AVG aint been ish for a while but I expected better of Avast…. oops on me…

Mozilla removed today four Firefox extensions made by Avast and its subsidiary AVG after receiving credible reports that the extensions were harvesting user data and browsing histories. Continue reading

VideoCleaner is an open source video enhancement tool for forensic purposes

New toys to play with… I can use this for some things hehehehe

VideoCleaner is a forensic video enhancement application that is used by law enformencement agencies and forensic experts.

Technically it is not an application on its own, but a script executed in a different software, but for the sake of understanding what it does, let’s call it a program. Continue reading

7 Free Bootable Antivirus Disks to Clean Malware From Your PC

One of my best kept secrets when I used to clean up folks PCs… still dunno how much I trust Kapersky and their ties to the Russian government

Your antivirus or antimalware suite keeps your system clean. At least, it does most of the time. Security programs are better than ever, but some malware still squeezes through the gaps. There is also the other common issue: the human touch. Where there is a human, there is a chance for malware to slip through. Continue reading

Jellyfin is an open source alternative for Plex, and here’s how to setup a server on Windows

I may check this out myself because Emby & Plex were OK but I like options…

When you install a media server program on your computer, it becomes your host server. You can connect to it from your phone and stream the media that’s stored on your computer’s hard drive. Think of it like YouTube or Spotify, but your computer is the server and the content that is available is based on the media files on the computer. Continue reading

2 Ways Your SIM Card Can Be Hacked (And How to Protect It)

Good info here….

You probably know that your smartphone’s operating system needs to be regularly updated to protect against security vulnerabilities. But your SIM card can be a source of security vulnerabilities too. Here we’ll show you some ways hackers can use SIM cards to gain access to devices, and advice on how you can keep your SIM card safe. Continue reading