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Old 18th May 2017, 4:23 PM   #61
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Until the malware deletes your shadow copies before it starts encrypting your files.
only if your stupid enough to run it on the server as an admin.

I don't care if jo blow home user loses his shit because vss is wrecked on windows 10 home, but there will be hell to pay if someone made vss accessible to a user on server 2k16.
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Old 18th May 2017, 5:12 PM   #62
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only if your stupid enough to run it on the server as an admin.



I don't care if jo blow home user loses his shit because vss is wrecked on windows 10 home, but there will be hell to pay if someone made vss accessible to a user on server 2k16.

Or until an exploit comes along and allows remote code execution at the system level?
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Old 18th May 2017, 11:53 PM   #63
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This is one thing Windows does well out of the box.

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On the client side yes Windows is neat like that.... On the server side - Our Solaris ZFS file ferver is configured to expose snapshots in this exact same form (i.e. i can browse a share and see the 'previous versions' in windows)... works well.
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Old 19th May 2017, 7:30 AM   #64
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This is one thing Windows does well out of the box.

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I wouldn't say "out of the box". It needs to be configured to work well with centralised storage in a multi user environment.

If you're using Samba as your file server, there's a VFS "plugin" included with the default install that you can turn on and offer this to all your client machines:
https://www.samba.org/samba/docs/man...w_copy2.8.html

How you snapshot on the storage is up to you. You can use LVM, BtrFS, ZFS, or even just something like rsnapshot with clever hardlinks.

The way we snapshot isn't exposed via Windows "previous versions", but rather just a sub-share that is read only (at the filesystem/OS layer, not just the share layer, so again even root/admin can't write to it) under the primary share via some ZFS mount magic, and users can just browse down to pick their versions and see folders at that given time.

It would be nice to integrate it better in to both Windows "previous versions" and MacOS "Time Machine", but that's a lot of effort for just a bit of prettiness, when the users are generally clever enough to find old versions of files anyway.
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Old 19th May 2017, 8:38 AM   #65
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previous versions "just worked" for me on Samba.

But I could only attach it to one particular schedule of snap's.

eh.

every 15 minutes for the last 4 weeks is enough.
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maybe his white hat isn't so white after all.

https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/a...kronos-malware

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On Thursday, Motherboard reported that Marcus Hutchins, a security researcher known for helping to stop the spread of the WannaCry ransomware, was arrested in Las Vegas.

Now, US prosecutors claim the researcher helped create and distribute the Kronos banking trojan between July 2014 and July 2015.

"Defendant MARCUS HUTCHINS created the Kronos malware," the indictment, embedded below, claims.

The indictment includes information on, but does not name, a second defendant. The conspiracy allegedly included advertising Kronos on internet forums and selling the malware itself.

The indictment includes a list of specific instances where the second defendant allegedly sold and advertised the Kronos malware, including on the recently defunct AlphaBay dark web marketplace.
I do love the reporting of course, ABC posted a photo of him and Fox of course used scary hacker guy stock image

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It'll be interesting to see how that plays out, seems to be they believe he was developing a commercially unsuccessful malware, at least in the grand scheme of malware. Interesting to see what else comes out of the seizure of those marketplaces.
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When I heard the the writer of Kronos had been arrested, I thought "About fucking time, Kronos time and attendance system was shit, and whoever wrote it should have been arrested a long time ago"

I'm a little bit disappointed right now.
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When I heard the the writer of Kronos had been arrested, I thought "About fucking time, Kronos time and attendance system was shit, and whoever wrote it should have been arrested a long time ago"

I'm a little bit disappointed right now.
i had thoughts along similar lines.

i'm just glad we moved up to a version that no longer requires java 1.5 to be installed on the workstation for functionality.

it now actually works with all current versions.
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Old 7th August 2017, 5:10 PM   #70
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When I heard the the writer of Kronos had been arrested, I thought "About fucking time, Kronos time and attendance system was shit, and whoever wrote it should have been arrested a long time ago"

I'm a little bit disappointed right now.
Wouldn't that be the dream
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it now actually works with all current versions.
its still java so kill it with fire.
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its still java so kill it with fire.
closely followed by that abortion known as freightmaster.
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