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Posted 18 March 2012 - 11:41 AM
Alright, I finished the scans. It seems that there's always something to fix in each scan; and there still is.
And I plan to take the updates in pieces, from the earliest to the latest, depending on their file size.
As for the root folders, how do I check if they're shared or not?
And what counts as media streaming? Like, live streams? Or utorrent (both of which I have used at one point)? Btw I haven't streamed myself but I've seen a few online.
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Posted 18 March 2012 - 01:43 PM
Based on the list of streaming services on Wikipedia, I have not streamed to/for anyone.
And when I download something through Firefox, after downloading something, it scans it for viruses. I don't know too much about that though. And I'm staying away from torrents for a while.
And I have done the NET SHARE command; it lists two printers/copiers I own.
It also mentions something about Remote IPC/Remote Admin to the right.
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Posted 19 March 2012 - 02:54 AM
No. Admin shares are inaccessible from other machines unless you implement a registry change.
Alright, the Analyzer says that 6 shares are present on my computer.
Along with the printers (which I have disabled sharing for), it lists "Admin$" "C$" and "Users" under the "Share" column. Should I be concerned?
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