Which Is better for privacy? Using a free VPN or surfing the web as normal?
I can't afford to buy a paid vpn service. So is this safe for using a free vpn service? or I should suft the web as normal?
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How can you change the Win10 privacy-settings using commands?
Does anybody know a list of cmd or ps1 commands for each setting in the privacy section for Win10?
Also Win10 now gives you the ability to make not administrators unable to change the privacy settings, and it would be very nice if there were commands for that as well.
I need to change lot's of privacy settings on lot's of PC in lot's of different domains and even a bunch without any domain.
I've decided to ask after searching such a list for about an hour without any pause.
Well, I might be to dumb to search the internet :')
A List of as many commands changing windows 10's privacy settings. Each command as close to one line as possible (It's ok if you need 5 lines for one setting as well, one line is just the ideal)
Since I've been asked for basic code:
reg add HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\AdvertisingInfo /v Enabled /REG_DWORD /d 0
But this isn't what I've been looking for. I've been looking for commands like
netsh interface teredo set state disabled
But with the usual privacy settings.
I've found out, that it's possible.
Now I'm using ShutUp10, because it's the most useful I was able to find.
If this is off-topic, it still might be useful.
- How does Pinterest get my email address without my entering it?
Symetric encryption/decryption of image using OpenPGP.js fails
I want to build a free, open source and secure app to share (family) photos.
Final goal is that the (pervasive) app runs on any smartphone and browser and also from local as remote storage.
I'm failing with getting the workflow right. In the following I want to symmetrically encrypt an image, then decrypt it and display it in the browser using a dataURL.
Unfortunately, the result OpenPGP.js gives me differs from a (working) dataURL representation of the original image.
Really can't tell right now where the error lies, this is the (ugly, not cleaned up) code
I'm doing the following (all from the local file system)
1) Loading me.jpg using XMLHttpRequest 2) Symetrically encrypt with password using OpenPGP.js 3) Symetrically decrypt with password using OpenPGP.js 4) Converting decrypted blob to dataURL 5) Trying to display dataURL in the browser (which fails)
In line 72 I'm providing a correct dataURL for me.jpg whereas the one created by the process above is different.
Any hints/suggestions are highly welcome