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  1. that's pretty obvious to anyone with IQ > 70 that a mere cryptocurrency exchanger could not cost same as whole AMD.
  2. I was looking at mining filecoin when it was $30 as I have some spare terabytes, and what i've found is: - there is no real-world use for filecoin storage, even with its Chainlink merge - it is almost impossible to mine filecoin at home because most storage in the network is supplied by mud-cheap disposed servers in China so its current price rise is pure speculation and could be a pump&dump scheme. However YMMV so DYOR as for Vechain, I don't have their specific tokens but holding some <deleted>coin on Vechain network. Will sell them in the
  3. bumping the thread to raise some healthy paranoia in fellow forum users. What I've found so far: operating systems running inside the CPU: - Minix in Intel CPUs (widely known, just google it) - Kinibi in AMD CPUs (https://i.blackhat.com/USA-20/Wednesday/us-20-Buhren-All-You-Ever-Wanted-To-Know-About-The-AMD-Platform-Security-Processor-And-Were-Afraid-To-Emulate.pdf) operating systems running inside the network controller: - eCos and Linux in Broadcom cards (https://github.com/Broadcom/aeolus/blob/master/README.md) - ThreadX in Marvell cards (Marvell
  4. copy the link, not click on it. If you google for "WUB" you'll find millions of "free download" adware/spyware/malware websites rather than the official website posted by @bendejo
  5. +1 Once you spend enough time with Linux you'll realize that Windows is incredibly complex and difficult to use and on contrary how simple and easy Linux is. However I wouldn't recommend using Linux to anyone not an IT professional because dealing with most issues in Linux requires higher level of understanding the computer internals than those of average Windows user. So no Linux for the topic starter P.S.
  6. OK not last year but two years ago. I've just checked Google Street View history of the nearby gold shop: 18500 in 2019, 27000 in 2020, 25000 today. So if one bought gold in 2019 they got 35% profit, quite good.
  7. not only privileges: - the service's executable file could be corrupted - the service's environmental variables could be messed up - some settings in Windows Registry could be messed up - and a million of other causes
  8. lets make another try: run command line (press Win+R, write cmd , press Enter) there write sfc /scannow and press Enter EDIT: i've just found out that Windows 10 requires running a separate tool first, prior to "sfc /scannow", follow this article: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/topic/use-the-system-file-checker-tool-to-repair-missing-or-corrupted-system-files-79aa86cb-ca52-166a-92a3-966e85d4094e
  9. if gold price is dropping what are those digits next to Thai gold shops are? Now its "24500", last year it was "17800" (37% increase), I always thought it is a price of gold in that shop.
  10. the only coin which is going to the moon is chinese cráp BNB / Binance Coin, was $16 two months ago, and $450 yesterday. Now $550. I wonder who might want a fully chinese-owned blockchain that's not even Bitcoin where chinese influence is 70%, in BNB it's full 100%
  11. compile it from source code downloaded from the official website or repository? and I prefer to download from official websites/repositories only, rather than some obviously adware-infested "free download" websites.
  12. when open source websites get hacked and malicious code gets inserted into the software then people instantly see it by changes in version control systems such as git, e.g.: https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux.git/commit/?id=454859c552da78b0f587205d308401922b56863e compared to using closed source programs - no one could see the inserted code except those incompetent interns or indian outstaffed coders who do not give a <deleted> about what's going on inside the code.
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