SADD: Scalable Anonymous Disposable Desktops or simply put SADD.IO, is a free web-based product that allows users to anonymously control self-disposing, Tor routed desktops through their web browser.
Users do not have to enter any personal information about themselves to use this service. Nor do users have to download any external programs. SADD.IO is accessible from your phone, laptop, iPad, you name it.
How does it work?
When a user navigates to the SADD.IO website and clicks the “Try for Free” or “Use Premium” button, a Virtual Machine (VM) or desktop is generated and routed through Tor. The user is then able to control this desktop as if it were their own computer. At the end of the user session the Virtual Machine is forensically destroyed.
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SMBv1is a security hole and has been removed from Windows 7 & above, Server 2008 & up.
SMBv1 has been removed meaning you cannot connect to old operating system, old NAS devices and old printer/scanners.
SMBv1 is a security hole. Do not enable it.
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