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What is a computer worm and how does it spread?

A computer worm is a form of malware, just like its more notorious cousin, the virus.
Where a worm differs from a virus is that it typically doesn’t infect or manipulate files on its own.
Instead, it simply clones itself over and over again and spreads via a network (say, the Internet, a local area network at home, or a company’s intranet) to other systems where it continues to replicate itself.

What is a computer worm and how does it spread?

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Re: Insanely tiny font at password prompt
« Reply #2 on: May 19, 2017, 11:45:10 AM »
BCVE reads default display settings for your screen and adjusts the font size accordingly. If you need to change it, please use bcfmgr.exe -SetEFIResolution

See http://www.jetico.com/web_help/bcve3/html/04_usage/10_command_line.htm for more detail

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Insanely tiny font at password prompt
« Reply #1 on: May 17, 2017, 08:03:20 PM »
I have BestCrypt installed on a new HP Envy x360 with Windows 10 Home.

At the initial password prompt screen (before Windows even loads), the prompt font size is so small that it's almost unreadable. I have to enter my password without no visual prompt that I've entered a character.

The HP Envy has a very high resolution screen. Is BestCrypt unable to deal with this screen? Or is there there some setting I could change to make it readable?

Here's an image that will give some sense of the size:https://goo.gl/photos/xdwLNyn4cGeUbqUe9
 

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