Encryption – Access to an encrypted external hard drive with an Android phone

I just want to access my external 2 terabyte hard drive with my current Android phone (Pixel 3). Normally this is not a problem (the phone supports access to external storage and provides enough power to this drive). but my hard drive is encrypted and I intend to keep it that way. Is there a well-known Android application or hard drive encryption method that allows me to decrypt the hard drive from my phone and access its contents? If so, it would be helpful to know if such a method works with other things like USB drives.

Root access – What is the space allocation for disabled system apps?

My phone is rooted with Magisk. I have a root browser app that lets me take a look at the root directories.

For example, I found that for the Google Drive app the APK in /system/app is 23 MB, but the Application Manager displays the app size as 30 MB (excluding 750 KB of data). Where did the remaining 7MB go? When I build the Drive app, I know I can not use the 23MB as it is in it system Partition, but will I restore this 7mb?

Web Server – How do I access Kali Linux's IIS 2012 web server default page?

I want to access the IIS default homepage from Kali Linux.

Current configuration:

  • VMware consists of Kali Linux and Windows Webserver 2012.
  • The IIS service is running on a Web server (can access localhost through the browser).
  • Kali and VMware are both connected to the same adapter.
  • can ping web server from Kali.

Problem Description:-

Do you want to access kali on localhost from webServer?

Tried: – Kali >> Firefox >>

Browser returns: –

The proxy server is refusing connections

Firefox is configured to use a proxy server that is refusing connections.

    Check the proxy settings to make sure that they are correct.
    Contact your network administrator to make sure the proxy server is working.

Please help!
Thanks to all who are ready to help. 🙂

Windows Server 2019 – You can not choose between RD Gateway and VPN Access

In Windows Server 2019, should I use an RD Gateway or VPN (IKEv2 or SSTP) to connect clients that connect to the RD session (their VM on the VDI server) over the Internet (for example, if they are go home), grant access? What are the pros and cons for each scenario?

What if I use a VPN protocol such as PPTP that does not require a certification authority and certificates? I know that PPTP is literally a decrypted traffic on the Internet. But will it cause security vulnerabilities if the RD session itself is encrypted using the self-dropped certificate of the VDI server using HTTPS SSL?

gnome terminal – Nothing I've tried works until now and tries to access my PC normally

After I installed a virtual machine and made sure it was not working, I left my laptop in hibernation and when I came back I could only open it with Firefox. I can not open the terminal, keyboard shortcuts do not work, and it does not open in the menu. I do not have access to the file system because it does not open. I went into recovery mode, tried to update everything, and used the cleanup. I deleted the VM and its files, hoping they will work again, and tried to update Python, but it did not help.

Remote access – remotely execute local functions

The following

Attributes[remoteExecute] = {HoldAllComplete};
remoteExecute[expr_] := 
   ubuntuBox = RemoteConnect[ip, "username", "password"]}, 
  compressed = Compress[Unevaluated[expr]]; 
     "wolframscript -format InputForm -code 'Uncompress["``"]'", 
     compressed], "StandardOutput"]]]

is able to remotely perform functions as long as its function is not locally defined. So for example ~/only_on_ubuntu_bux If a file exists only on your remote computer, this feature fails for:

How can you overcome this limitation?

mojave – Is there any way to grant AnyDesk unattended access when the user is not logged in?

I'm trying to use AnyDesk for remote access to my Mac mini, but I can not get it to work without physically logging in first. Shortly after I log in for the first time, it starts to work. When I sign out, I can not connect anymore. This also makes it virtually useless for remote access as the sessions are blocked after some time and the connection is no longer available … Does anyone have an idea?