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|Case||Corsair 110Q Silent + NZXT Aer-P exhaust fan|
|Power Supply||EVGA 700w Gold|
|Mouse||Logitech G502 Hero SE|
|Keyboard||Logitech Cherry Mx Red|
Agencies that don't update must disconnect all domain controllers from networks.
The US Department of Homeland Security is giving federal agencies until midnight on Tuesday to patch a critical Windows vulnerability that can make it easy for attackers to become all-powerful administrators with free rein to create accounts, infect an entire network with malware, and carry out similarly disastrous actions.
Yikes. I'll never understand why we keep important infrastructures online instead of LAN only. They existed offline for decades just fine. Edit: Can anyone explain to me why we do this instead of doing offline LAN setups?