goretsky

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About goretsky

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  • Gender Male
  • Location Southern California
  • Interests hardware, software,, networking, security
  • OS Windows 8.1 Pro (x86)
  • Phone HTC One M8 Windows Phone

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  1. goretsky added a post in a topic Total Ad Peformance Malware/Adware creating havoc in my Windows 10 laptop and Nexus mobile phones - Please Help !!!   

    Hello,

    It sounds like your router's DNS settings may have been compromised, since you have multiple operating systems (Windows, Android OS) being affected by the advertisements.

    Since you are an ESET customer, why not give their technical support a call and ask them to help you investigate this?

    Regards,

    Aryeh Goretsky
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  2. goretsky added a post in a topic "Digital Licensing" - New Licensing System Introduced In Windows 10   

    Hello,

    This does not sound that much different from OA3.0, where the PID key is embedded in the firmware.

    Regards,

    Aryeh Goretsky
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  3. goretsky added a post in a topic Windows 10 is free but what's the catch?   

    Hello,

    On the plus side, my employer licenses its software by the product type and not the version, so there's no charge to upgrade to a new version when a new version of the OS comes out.  That's not unique; a few of our competitors do the same thing as well, but others like to license by the version, so that when a new OS comes out, a new version has to be bought to support it (or an additional software maintenance agreement has to be purchased).

    Regards,

    Aryeh Goretsky
     

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  4. goretsky added a post in a topic Windows 10 is free but what's the catch?   

    Hello,

    I wish it were solely my opinion.  However, it is a fact.  I should probably point out that my employer develops kernel mode drivers, some of which make use of protected APIs.  It suspect it is quite different if you are developing user mode applications, though.

    Regards,

    Aryeh Goretsky
     

     
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