Security Medium 1 — HP’s Accidental Keylogger
Some HP laptops shipped with a keyboard driver from Synaptics in which a developer debugging feature was accidentally left enabled. The effect of this mistake is that the driver has built-in support for logging all keystrokes via WPP (a debugging tool that’s built into Windows).
This sounds bad, really bad, but thankfully it’s not actually as bad as it sounds.
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Hi Allison, here are some tips on solving network problems. I hope they might benefit others.
As many of us geeks, I have built quite an extended internal network over the years. All devices that need a static IP address have been entered into the router in the reserved IP address section.
I decided to switch to the office VPN because my external IP address has changed and the fix in the various firewalls has not yet been completed.
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