Clean Disk Secrity V8.04 Full [VERIFIED] version
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Version 8.1.4 (5-December-2022) Fixes an issue where Open At Login was not working under macOS 13 Ventura. Version 8.1.3 (21-Nov-2022) Fixes a performance problem in the last update. Cleaning is now fast again. Version 8.1.2 (3-Nov-2022) Improved support for ExFAT, MSDOS and NTFS under macOS 13 Ventura. Version 8.1.0 (1-Nov-2022) Updated for better support of macOS 13 Ventura. Version 8.0.12 (28-Jan-2022) Fixes an issue where a temporary folder is left on server disks when cleaning Zip files. Fixes an issue where progress information was incorrect. Minor UI bug fixes for BigSur and Monterey. Version 8.0.11 (23-Nov-2021) Fixed a bug where Finder tags were sometimes deleted unexpectedly. Version 8.0.10 (18-May-2021) Fixes a bug where the preferences window would be shown on startup. (Non App Store version only) Fixes a bug where the app wouldn't open at startup even if Open At Login was selected. (Non App Store version only) Version 8.0.9 (29-April-2021) Fixed a bug when configuring options for custom folders on the same disk. Version 8.0.8 (29-December-2020) Universal build for Apple Silicon. Version 8.0.7 (19-November-2020) macOS 11 Big Sur minor UI improvements. Version 8.0.5 (9-November-2020) Fixed a bug where custom settings for multiple folders on the same disk sometimes couldn't be added. Version 8.0.4 (23-October-2020) Fixed a bug where changing the ._ AppleDouble preference wasn't being saved. Version 8.0.3 (20-October-2020) Minor bug fixes. Changes to preferences storage to improve performance. Version 8.0.2 (22-September-2020) Minor UI bug fixes. Non App Store only. Version 8.0.0 (15-September-2020) New! \"Storage Cleanup\" for cleaning of app caches and logs. Blacklist items can now be deleted after a number of days. Added \"System Volume Information (Windows)\" deletion. Much reduced app size. Now requires macOS 10.15 or later. Older versions still available. Version 7.2.2 (22-June-2020) Fixed a bug where the BlueHarvest menu would sometimes not open if System Preferences/Login Items included an item on an inaccessible server. (non App Store only). Version 7.2.1 (20-Jan-2020) Updated download URL for updates (non App Store only). This update needs to be manually downloaded and installed. Please Quit your old version before installing. Sorry for the inconvenience. Version 7.2.0 (9-Oct-2019) New Option: Keep custom icons and resources. Updated for macOS 10.15 Catalina. Version 7.1.2 (30-Oct-2018) Fixed a bug affecting deletion of custom blacklist items. Version 7.1.1 (15-Oct-2018) Added back the ability to remove Spotlight folders under 10.14: Grant BlueHarvest \"Full Disk Access\" under System Preferences -> Security and Privacy -> Privacy -> Full Disk Access to allow Spotlight folders to be deleted. Better dark mode support. Version 7.1.0 (24-Sep-2018) Built for 10.14 Mojave. Added support for the enhanced security features of 10.14. Added warning that .Spotlight cannot be removed under 10.14 due to SIP. Hides .Spotlight folder from UI under 10.14. Support for 10.14 Dark Mode. Version 7.0.7 (26-July-2018) Feature: Added \"Close Progress Window\" to scheduled cleaning options. Version 7.0.6 (2-July-2018) Fixed a bug where the \"Ask to clean\" prompt could be shown repeatedly for the same disk. Version 7.0.5 (19-June-2018) Fixed a bug where BlueHarvest would ask for access to the boot disk too often (App Store version only). Fixed a bug where preference changes sometimes weren't saved. Fixed a bug where blacklist items wouldn't be added to new disks. Version 7.0.4 (5-April-2018) Fixed a bug where files including some extended characters in their names couldn't be deleted. Version 7.0.3 (20-Mar-2018) Fixed a bug which could cause BlueHarvest to unexpectedly quit. Version 7.0.2 (7-Feb-2018) Fix a bug with NFS servers. Fixed a possible crash on startup. Minor UI fixes. Version 7.0.0/1 (25-Jan-2018) BlueHarvest 7 is a free upgrade for v6 users. Simply re-enter your serial number if requested.Requires macOS 10.10 or later. Fixes an issue which stops more than one folder being added.Added support for removing \"Icon\" (Custom Icon) and \".com.apple.timemachine.donotpresent\" files..AppleDouble folders can now be removed from any disk.Scheduled cleaning can now be configured to clean everyday, weekdays or weekends.Drag files to the \"Items to delete\" list to add blacklist items.Individual blacklist items now be enabled/disabled in \"Clean\" -> \"Items to delete\"New \"Examine\" feature can preview items which can be found and deleted (BlueHarvest menu -> Examine...).Built-in Log viewer (BlueHarvest menu -> Preferences -> Cog -> Show Log).Multiple folders/disks can now be cleaned simultaneously.Remove metadata (extended attributes) from Mac folders (shift-clean).Free 30 day trial - Full VersionDownload NowSupports macOS Catalina, Big Sur & Monterey See release notes for older versions.
Added a garbage collection process to on-disk persistence thatremoves older documents. This is enabled automatically if persistence isenabled, and the SDK will attempt to periodically clean up older, unuseddocuments once the on-disk cache passes a threshold size (default: 40 MB).This threshold can be configured by changing the setting cacheSizeBytes inthe settings passed to Firestore.settings(). It must be set to a minimum of1 MB. The garbage collection process can be disabled entirely by settingcacheSizeBytes to CACHE_SIZE_UNLIMITED.
Issue: Due to the nature of OPAL SED management, these disk drives will remain in an unlocked state if their host devices are warm-rebooted. Although a useful feature, it also constitutes a security vulnerability since devices could be subjected to a \"Forced Restart Attack\" (see article: \"4 SED Attacks and How to Mitigate Them\" at -sed-attacks-and-how-to-mitigate-them/). To combat this vulnerability, it is possible to leverage the Hardware Reset drive firmware feature which will, when enabled, force the OPAL SED to lock upon Warm Reboot of the device. Solution: WinMagic has incorporated functionality into the Device Profile in this version to support such a Hardware Reset, which will force devices to go through full Pre-Boot Authentication upon warm reboot. To ensure that WinMagic customers aren't being forced to have this feature enabled by default, a new flag in SDProfile.spf informs the SecureDoc client during deployment as to whether or not it should attempt to enable the Hardware Reset feature on a supported OPAL SED. To enable this functionality, manually add the following section and settings clause to the Profile's .SPF file. [SED] SEDHardResetEnable=1
Issue: Under SecureDoc V8.6, on a full-disk encrypted device the primary SD account \"admin\" is able to log in at pre-boot. However, after creating a secondary Key File (which has the AES encryption key) and adding it to the user management, logging in with that secondary account at Pre-Boot produces a \"Blue Screen\" halt with error code 0xc0000225. Solution: This issue has been corrected in this version
25. A user has a computer that is infected with spyware. What should be performed before removing the spywareDisable System Restore.Run Windows Update.Run a disk defragmentation.Create a full backup.Explanation: An infected computer that performs a system restore will save the virus or spyware along with the restore point. Therefore, system restore files must be deleted before the removal of malware.26. A technician is troubleshooting a Windows 7 laptop that takes significantly longer than expected when performing a file search. What is the possible causeThe file system is corrupt.The disk type is basic.The disk type is dynamic.The file permissions are not set.The index service is not running.Explanation: The Windows indexing service is used to speed up file searches. A slow search may be the result of either the index service not running or not indexing the correct location.27. A user reports that a PC is losing files, not opening some files, and is performing slowly. The technician suspects problems with the hard drive. What should be done to protect the data that is on the PC and to determine the source of the problem, without risking total drive failure
Explanation: The bootrec command can be used to repair and troubleshoot MBR issues. The chkdsk command can be used to check the integrity of files and folders by scanning the hard disk surface for physical errors. The sfc command can be used to verify and replace important Windows system files.91. A student tells a teacher that many junk emails are appearing on a new personal laptop. What is a possible cause of the problemThe laptop needs to be updated to the latest OS version.The student has spent too much time surfing the web.The school email server is not functioning properly.The new laptop does not have antivirus or anti-spam software installed.Explanation: A new computer should have antivirus, or anti-spam filter for the email client, or anti-spam software installed to protect from spammers.92. A sales representative is driving to visit several customer sites in the city. The representative notices that the smartphone is draining battery power more quickly than normal. What is a possible cause of the issueThe battery charger is malfunctioning.The smartphone was not fully charged.There are not enough Wi-Fi access points in the area.The smartphone is roaming among cell towers.Explanation: When a mobile device is roaming among cells, the battery consumption is increased because the device needs to detect and negotiate with cell towers for connections. What the user experienced here is relative to the normal use. Thus, the issues of whether the device is fully charged and the condition of the battery charger are irrelevant. 153554b96e