security – Are those secure folders there by default?

A friend of mine suspect she has been hacked. She got called by a strange number, answered the phone, and then the call was immediately ended. She sent me the following screenshot:
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My question is: Are those secure folders corresponding to the photos and contacts supposed to be there in the save-permissions list? (my friend cannot access them, and says that they were not there before). The phone is a Samsung Galaxy, but I don’t know which model.

untagged – Are those secure folders there by default?

A friend of mine suspect she has beeen hacked. She got called by a strange number, answered the phone, and then the call was immedeately ended. She sent me the following screenshot:
enter image description here

My question is: Are those secure folders corresponding to the photos and contacts supposed to be there in the save-permissions list? (my friend cannot access them, and says that they were not there before). The phone is a samsung galaxy, but I don’t know which model.

windows – PowerShell Programming: Traverse folders and subfolders and apply pdftotext. I/O Error

I have correctly written the following PowerShell command to traverse every folder and subfolder of a directory and display the contents of each such folders:

Get-ChildItem -Path "C:whiskeyTangoCharlie" –Recurse

I have also written a PowerShell script that correctly works and can extract text from each pdf file in a single folder.

cd "C:whiskey"
$FILES= ls *.pdf
foreach ($f in $FILES) {
  & "C:Program Filesxpdf-tools-win-4.02bin32pdftotext.exe" -enc UTF-8 "$f"
}

I am trying to combine both scripts in order to traverse all folders and subfolders and execute the pdftotext program. And so I wrote:

$files=Get-ChildItem -Path "C:whiskeyTangoCharlie" –Recurse
foreach ($f in $files){
    & "C:Program Filesxpdf-tools-win-4.02bin32pdftotext.exe" -enc UTF-8 "$f"
}

; which is incorrect. I receive the following error: pdftotext.exe : I/O Error: Couldn’t open file. Note none of the pdf files are protected.

Question: How do I correct this error?

applications – Any apps or ways to categories group apps folders in menu view

Question :- Any apps or ways to categories group apps folders in menu view

Is there any apps or way setting to categories group move apps installed icons in folders as there is jumble of apps to search in alphabetical order which cant be moved or.clubed in Android 6.0 unrooted mobile phone.

I had searched Google and.finded smart launcher go launcher x or drawer to. Circle launchers but all just change wallet create widgets folder organizer manager but no one manages the menu view

Yes I know we can create folder in home (mobile desktop views) but making it jumbled slow down booting Android starting and many time it don’t display icon image on reboot of mobiles.

Can we create self menu (as start menu in Windows properly organised) through app and hide the original menu and replace our own menu. I have seen a circle.menu recreated by some apps.

Any stable good app to create organize categorise apps icons shortcuts in a menu or app it’s self.

[Liam W.] Conversation Folders

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  • Sort your conversations into named folders with Conversation Folders. Users can create folders and file their conversations into them.
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sharepoint server – How do I delete the folders in a subfolder of a folder using powershell

There is a document library folder named “Request Documents”. There are folders in this folder Library. Again under each folder there is an other folder in it. I need to delete this folder. But I’m not able to delete it.
With the code below I’m able to delete the files inside the folder but not the folder. The message in the catch is being displayed. Can anyone help me with this?

   Function GetFiles($Folder)
  { 
   Write-Host "+"$Folder.Name
    #Loop through all subfolders and call the function recursively
    foreach ($SubFolder in $Folder.SubFolders)
    {
    if($SubFolder.Name -ne "Forms")
        {  
            Write-Host "`t" -NoNewline
            #Write-Host "+"$SubFolder.Name
            foreach($semisubfolders in $SubFolder.SubFolders)
            {
            if($semisubfolders.Name -eq 7754)
            {
                Write-Host "+"$semisubfolders.Name

                    try{
                         #$semisubfolders.Delete($semisubfolders)
                $SubFolder.SubFolders.DeleteItemById($semisubfolders.Item.ID)
                      write-host "Folder Deleted"
                       }
                    catch{
                            write-host "Not deleted or already deleted"
                       }


                       foreach($file in $semisubfolders.Files)
                       {    
                        Write-Host "Deleted File:" $file.Name
                        $Abcd.Items.DeleteItemById($file.Item.Id)
                        write-host "Deleted"
                       }

            }



        }



}



#Get the Site collection 
#$Site= Get-SPSite "http://idn-mapis2:1111/" 
    foreach($list in $web.Lists)
    {
        if($list.Title -eq "Request Documents")
        {
            GetFiles($List.RootFolder)
        }
    }

synology – What GUI file explorers exist (Mac or Windows) to browse folders with wildcards?

I use a synology NAS, and have snapshots enabled. This creates a bunch of timestamped copies of folders in a #snapshots directory for each share. For instance, if I have the folder homes/alex/my/folder/structure/ (where “homes” is a default share in DSM), I also have the folders homes/#snapshots/<timestamp1, timestamp2, timestamp3, etc>/alex/my/folder/structure/ containing snapshots of the structure folder at all the timestamps it existed for. This whole structure is available to browse on a client machine via SMB, assuming you’ve enabled that and have a credentialed user and so on.

If I want to find all the snapshots of structure on MacOS, I can use the terminal command `ls /Volumes/homes/#snapshot/*/alex/my/folder/structure/’.

This is a little cumbersome both because it requires a lot of typing but also because it lists the entire contents of the structure folder at every snapshot, in addition to which snapshots there are.

In a perfect world, finder would just have a dropdown menu on the folder path entry where I could see all the other folders at this level containing this same path I’m on, and could quickly switch between them. They do something similar with much more visual cruft in the Time Machine interface, but that’s not generally applicable.

Is there any GUI a-la Path Finder/Forklift/etc that has this kind of function?

Document set template (DocSet with pre-defined folders)

I’m using document sets to store project for the team.
It has some meta data defined like start date, requester, owner and more stuff like that.
Now, within a document set, there should always be a couple of folders that are the same.
Think of folders like: Source files, For review, Final and Open project files.

Instead of having to create these folders by hand each time a new project (docset) is created, is there a way to “template” this so that a new docset has these folders by default?

external sd – Suddenly most of the files and folders in my sd card are now named “FSCKxxxx.REN”. How to fix this without root?

Summing up from the comments:

The most likely cause is your SD card being in the process of “breaking down”: When you connected it to your receiver, it detected problems and ran fsck (the File System ChecK utility) to repair it – which found issues with some files and directories, couldn’t figure their names, and thus “saved” what it found using those “cryptic names” (the FSCK prefix seems to confirm this, though normally such “recovered blocks” are moved into a LOST+FOUND folder).

After having connected the card to your PC using a card reader, the PC again found the card faulty and had to repair things. Of course it couldn’t restore the FSCK* files and directories to their original name, as that name was lost. As you correctly discovered, using the file command you can determine the file type, rename the files manually, and many, most or (if you’re very lucky) even all or them might be intact.

So here’s what you should do:

  1. Back up the entire contents of the card
  2. Get yourself a new card ASAP
    (until you did, repeat the previous step regularly; it might very soon start losing data)
  3. Copy the backup to the new card, and use that

And next to that, go the described way to identify the FSCK* files, which you then can rename to “useful names” and also copy back to the new card.

Android Gallery app to view images in hidden folders

I have many folders starting with a period (.), which are hidden and can not be accessed by gallery apps. I want to find a gallery app that has access to and can view all these hidden folders to find the pics in them.

I have previously used an app on a different device which would scan hidden folders too and show pics from it but can’t find it now.