Sort of FBI stuff, but how can I encrypt and prevent users from the ability to copy/move files in a directory to outside the computer? I mean, the program they use reads/saves data into this directory, how to prevent leakage?
I have a raid array of hard drives in a Sun x4600 that need to be moved out, and another Sun x4600 ready to accept those hard drives.
The problem is: in my limited experience with servers, it seems like hard drives added to a server always get wiped by the raid controller because the controller insists on "initializing" drives before recognizing them as a raid array.
I am trying to help out a friend with an odd issue. He has two external hard drives he was using as storage on a I-Mac. He had several terabytes of information on each drive, then one day the drives didn't show up on his mac.
Microsoft today launched a large update to its Azure cloud computing platform that introduces features like WebSocket support, segmented customer push notifications, New Relic support and a new billing alert service. The one feature that will likely get the most attention, however, is that developers can now sign up for a preview version of the Azure Import/Export service.
A whopping 99.7% of Android smartphones are leaking login data for Google services, and could allow other access to information stored in the cloud, so claim German security researchers Bastian KÃ¶nings, Jens Nickels, and Florian Schaub from the University of Ulm.
I am using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. My hard drives usually comes as: sda, with 'sudo blkid' and if I plug-in any USB drive, they comes as: sdb, sdc etc; after sda. That's fine!!!
But problem arises after I restart my laptop with connecting those USB drives. They alter and comes first and hard drive goes to the end, like: 'sudo blkid' shows, sda, sdb for USB drives and sdc for hard drives.
This is my first post here. So sorry if I have violated something.
I had around 250MB of download by Google Maps before my phone turned off my data connection. And when I checked later Google Maps had downloaded something around 1GB on my wifi as well. It shows as background data. Anybody faced this problem?
My phone is a Galaxy S3.
Any idea why this happened or how to prevent this?