I recently found this on a laptop and had to remove it.
Even removing the app using the normal windows method leaves all kinds of junk, not the least of which is their shitastic search engine redirect to Bing, but also leaves a registry entry for Cltmng.exe to start at boot.
Basically this software installs a useless toolbar (aren’t they all?) and hijacks your default search engine.
I was able to finally remove it from the startup by using CCleaner from Piriform. Get Defraggler while you are there too. Great software.
1. Select emergency call and dial ##778.
2. Select edit and enter service password 000000.
3. Select NAM Settings.
4. Change Mobile Directory number to 0000000000 (Ten digits).
5. Change MIN1 to 0000000 (Seven digits).
6. Change Mobile Country Code to 000 (Three digits).
7. Tap Menu and commit changes.
8. The phone will auto reboot in 10 seconds.
I modified step 7 to be more clear from a forum post at:
PROBLEM: Could not ssh to server via key (or password, only enabled for testing).
RESOLUTION: After restarting the daemon, checking configs, copying the key again, etc..
I found a strange permissions issue with the .ssh directory
When I issued ls -la from the homedir, everything looks ok.
user@server:~ ls -la
drwx------ 2 user group 4096 Oct 5 07:58 .ssh
Then I cd into .ssh and issue ls -la. Note “..”
It’s drw-rw-rw- and that’s not right (no pun intended).
All SSL Certs have been renewed at CA Cert.
We lost a PSU in one of our storage devices last night.
Everything mirrored back up fine except for one filesystem which had to be restored from backup.
Everything should be back up and running now.