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This license is commonly used for video games and it allows users to download and play the game for free. Basically, a product is offered Free to Play (Freemium) and the user can decide if he wants to pay the money (Premium) for additional features, services, virtual or physical goods that expand the functionality of the game. In some cases, ads may be show to the users.
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Nowadays the PC or laptop mostly comes without CD/DVD drive. In this case, an USB flash drive or USB hard drive is the best way to boot Clonezilla live. You can follow the following to make a bootable Clonezilla live USB flash drive or hard drive using either:MS Windows
Requirements:Microsoft Windows 7/8/10, GNU/Linux or MacOS.
Internet access for downloading a distribution to install, or a pre-downloaded ISO file.
A USB flash drive or USB hard drive has the MBR (msdos) partition table and a free partition. If you want to create a bootable USB flash drive/hard drive only for uEFI boot mode, it can be either GPT (recommended) or MBR (msdos) format.
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Over the weekend, crypto influencer Alex, better known by their online persona NFT God, was hacked after launching a fake executable for the Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) video recording and live streaming software they had downloaded from a Google ad in search results.
The distribution method was unknown at the time but separate reports in December from cybersecurity companies Trend Micro and Guardio revealed that hackers were abusing the Google Ads platform to push malicious downloads in search results.
Security researcher Will Dormann found that fake Notepad++ downloads in the sponsored section of Google search were available from additional URLs, all files being marked as malicious by various antivirus (AV) engines on the Virus Total scanning platform.
BleepingComputer also found a website filled with fake software downloads distributed solely via Google Ads search results. The website impersonates what appears to be a legitimate web design company in India called Zensoft Tech.
Unfortunately, we could not verify if the downloads were malicious but given that the domain is a typosquatted URL, the site blocks search engines from indexing content and promoting the downloads only through ads in search results, there is a strong indication of malicious activity.
Several security researchers (mdmck10, MalwareHunterTeam, Will Dormann, Germán Fernández) have uncovered additional URLs hosting malicious downloads impersonating free and open-source software, confirming that luring users through sponsored results on Google search is a more common approach for cybercriminals.
The researcher also came across the Vidar info-stealer delivered via malicious downloads for Blender 3D advertised in Google Search. Vidar is focused on collecting sensitive info from browsers and can also steal cryptocurrency wallets.
This method does not require any workaround and is as straightforward as dd under Linux. Just download the Arch Linux ISO, and with local administrator rights use the USBwriter utility to write to your USB flash memory.
To create an Arch Linux installer, download the ISO image file on your Android device. Plug the USB drive to your device, using a USB-OTG adapter if needed. Open EtchDroid, select Flash raw image, select your Arch ISO, then select your USB drive. Grant the USB API permission and confirm.
Visit the official website of UUByte DMG Editor and on the home page, you will get the download link for Windows and Mac OS, click on the one as per the OS you are using. Next, insert the USB drive on your computer and then launch UUByte DMG Editor.
Step 1: To access Etcher, you need to visit its official site, scroll down the page, and move to the download section. Here, you will get various links, move to the respective OS section, and then click on the download button.
Rufus is capable of downloading retail ISO DVD images of Windows 8.1, various builds of Windows 10 and Windows 11 directly from Microsoft's servers. This ISO download feature is available only if PowerShell 3.0 or later is installed, and 'Check for updates' is enabled in the program's settings (on first usage, Rufus prompts the user whether they want to enable the update check or not).
Clicking on the advertisement would direct potential victims to the website notepadplusplus.site, which had been registered on the 4th of January and is hosted on IP address 126.96.36.199. Upon selecting the desired version of the software, a download button is presented to the visitor.
After execution, the malware promptly establishes a connection to a Telegram channel to acquire its command and control (C2) address, specifically If Telegram is not available, the malware will then attempt to connect to a profile on video game platform Steam, in which case the C2 address was at the time of initial analysis and later. It then proceeds to check-in and obtain its configuration file and subsequently downloads get.zip, an archive containing several legitimate DLL libraries, which are utilized to extract information and saved passwords from various applications and browsers. Through traffic analysis, the method by which the malware obtains its Command and Control (C2) location, and analysis of the configuration obtained, it can be assessed with high confidence that the malware in question is the info-stealer known as Vidar. Vidar has been extensively covered by various cybersecurity organizations. Further information regarding this info-stealer and its origins can be found here.
The domain download-notepad-plus-plus.duckdns.org, from which the malware is distributed, resolves to the IP address 188.8.131.52. Using passive DNS, it has been determined that multiple domains also resolve to this IP address. This information suggests that the threat group responsible for this campaign is also utilizing advertising to target individuals searching for specific applications besides Notepad++, including:
To mitigate the risk of falling victim to such attacks, it is recommended to exercise caution when interacting with online advertisements. Specifically, it is advisable to avoid clicking on any advertisements while searching for free software on search engines and to instead download programs directly from official sources. This approach can reduce the likelihood of inadvertently downloading malware from untrusted sources.
Yes, you can! To make a copy of Windows 10 on a USB flash drive, download and launch the Windows Media Creation tool, select Create installation media and follow the prompts. Then download and install Rufus to complete the process.
There is an ability to download ISO Image files from any Windows operating system such as Windows 8 ISO file download, Windows 10 ISO file download, Windows 8 ISO file download and Windows 7 ISO file download.
Rufus is a free and lightweight tool designed to create a bootable USB flash drive to install Windows 10 on your computer. In previous versions, you had to provide the Windows 10 ISO to make a bootable media. However, you can now download the ISO file and prepare the bootable media within the experience, similar to the Microsoft Media Creation Tool.
The FreeDos project offers a number of downloads, but all of these contain an installer that tries to install FreeDos from an installation media onto the harddisk. Selecting the mobile stick as installation target is not supported. Since USB sticks are usually large enough to contain the OS plus applications, writing onto the harddisk is often not intented. Some pages point to tools like Rufus, which can create a bootable FreeDos installation from a template, but this disk is then missing the typical FreeDos components. So how can a complete FreeDos be installed onto a bootable USB stick to create a live USB version with FreeDos?
In Linux, letting unetbootin put self-downloaded Full or Legacy FreeDOS 1.3 to my thumb drive according to _aktualisieren/#DOS-USB-Methode (outcome: neither Full FreeDOS nor Legacy FreeDOS boot on the 2014 laptop), 041b061a72