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China
Japan
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Taiwan

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Spigen Inc
LG
ESEEKGO
PLESON
Energizer
RAVPower
Nillkin Magic Disk
Belkin
Incipio

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Magnetic resonance

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Global Wireless Charger Market Research Report 2017
1 Wireless Charger Market Overview
1.1 Product Overview and Scope of Wireless Charger
1.2 Wireless Charger Segment by Type (Product Category)
1.2.1 Global Wireless Charger Production and CAGR (%) Comparison by Type (Product Category)(2012-2022)
1.2.2 Global Wireless Charger Production Market Share by Type (Product Category) in 2016
1.2.3 Electromagnetic induction
1.2.4 Magnetic resonance
1.3 Global Wireless Charger Segment by Application
1.3.1 Wireless Charger Consumption (Sales) Comparison by Application (2012-2022)
1.3.2 Smart Phone
1.3.3 Wearable device
1.3.4 Tablet PC
1.3.5 Mobile Accessory
1.3.6 Automotive
1.4 Global Wireless Charger Market by Region (2012-2022)
1.4.1 Global Wireless Charger Market Size (Value) and CAGR (%) Comparison by Region (2012-2022)
1.4.2 United States Status and Prospect (2012-2022)
1.4.3 EU Status and Prospect (2012-2022)
1.4.4 China Status and Prospect (2012-2022)
1.4.5 Japan Status and Prospect (2012-2022)
1.4.6 South Korea Status and Prospect (2012-2022)
1.4.7 Taiwan Status and Prospect (2012-2022)
1.5 Global Market Size (Value) of Wireless Charger (2012-2022)
1.5.1 Global Wireless Charger Revenue Status and Outlook (2012-2022)
1.5.2 Global Wireless Charger Capacity, Production Status and Outlook (2012-2022)

2 Global Wireless Charger Market Competition by Manufacturers
2.1 Global Wireless Charger Capacity, Production and Share by Manufacturers (2012-2017)
2.1.1 Global Wireless Charger Capacity and Share by Manufacturers (2012-2017)
2.1.2 Global Wireless Charger Production and Share by Manufacturers (2012-2017)
2.2 Global Wireless Charger Revenue and Share by Manufacturers (2012-2017)
2.3 Global Wireless Charger Average Price by Manufacturers (2012-2017)
2.4 Manufacturers Wireless Charger Manufacturing Base Distribution, Sales Area and Product Type
2.5 Wireless Charger Market Competitive Situation and Trends
2.5.1 Wireless Charger Market Concentration Rate
2.5.2 Wireless Charger Market Share of Top 3 and Top 5 Manufacturers
2.5.3 Mergers & Acquisitions, Expansion

3 Global Wireless Charger Capacity, Production, Revenue (Value) by Region (2012-2017)
3.1 Global Wireless Charger Capacity and Market Share by Region (2012-2017)
3.2 Global Wireless Charger Production and Market Share by Region (2012-2017)
3.3 Global Wireless Charger Revenue (Value) and Market Share by Region (2012-2017)
3.4 Global Wireless Charger Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2012-2017)
3.5 United States Wireless Charger Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2012-2017)
3.6 EU Wireless Charger Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2012-2017)
3.7 China Wireless Charger Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2012-2017)
3.8 Japan Wireless Charger Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2012-2017)
3.9 South Korea Wireless Charger Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2012-2017)
3.10 Taiwan Wireless Charger Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2012-2017)

4 Global Wireless Charger Supply (Production), Consumption, Export, Import by Region (2012-2017)
4.1 Global Wireless Charger Consumption by Region (2012-2017)
4.2 United States Wireless Charger Production, Consumption, Export, Import (2012-2017)
4.3 EU Wireless Charger Production, Consumption, Export, Import (2012-2017)
4.4 China Wireless Charger Production, Consumption, Export, Import (2012-2017)
4.5 Japan Wireless Charger Production, Consumption, Export, Import (2012-2017)
4.6 South Korea Wireless Charger Production, Consumption, Export, Import (2012-2017)
4.7 Taiwan Wireless Charger Production, Consumption, Export, Import (2012-2017)

5 Global Wireless Charger Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type
5.1 Global Wireless Charger Production and Market Share by Type (2012-2017)
5.2 Global Wireless Charger Revenue and Market Share by Type (2012-2017)
5.3 Global Wireless Charger Price by Type (2012-2017)
5.4 Global Wireless Charger Production Growth by Type (2012-2017)

6 Global Wireless Charger Market Analysis by Application
6.1 Global Wireless Charger Consumption and Market Share by Application (2012-2017)
6.2 Global Wireless Charger Consumption Growth Rate by Application (2012-2017)
6.3 Market Drivers and Opportunities
6.3.1 Potential Applications
6.3.2 Emerging Markets/Countries

7 Global Wireless Charger Manufacturers Profiles/Analysis
7.1 Samung
7.1.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors
7.1.2 Wireless Charger Product Category, Application and Specification
7.1.2.1 Product A
7.1.2.2 Product B
7.1.3 Samung Wireless Charger Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2012-2017)
7.1.4 Main Business/Business Overview
7.2 Spigen Inc
7.2.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors
7.2.2 Wireless Charger Product Category, Application and Specification
7.2.2.1 Product A
7.2.2.2 Product B
7.2.3 Spigen Inc Wireless Charger Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2012-2017)
7.2.4 Main Business/Business Overview
7.3 LG
7.3.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors
7.3.2 Wireless Charger Product Category, Application and Specification
7.3.2.1 Product A
7.3.2.2 Product B
7.3.3 LG Wireless Charger Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2012-2017)
7.3.4 Main Business/Business Overview
7.4 ESEEKGO
7.4.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors
7.4.2 Wireless Charger Product Category, Application and Specification
7.4.2.1 Product A
7.4.2.2 Product B
7.4.3 ESEEKGO Wireless Charger Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2012-2017)
7.4.4 Main Business/Business Overview
7.5 PLESON
7.5.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors
7.5.2 Wireless Charger Product Category, Application and Specification
7.5.2.1 Product A
7.5.2.2 Product B
7.5.3 PLESON Wireless Charger Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2012-2017)
7.5.4 Main Business/Business Overview
7.6 Energizer
7.6.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors
7.6.2 Wireless Charger Product Category, Application and Specification
7.6.2.1 Product A
7.6.2.2 Product B
7.6.3 Energizer Wireless Charger Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2012-2017)
7.6.4 Main Business/Business Overview
7.7 RAVPower
7.7.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors
7.7.2 Wireless Charger Product Category, Application and Specification
7.7.2.1 Product A
7.7.2.2 Product B
7.7.3 RAVPower Wireless Charger Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2012-2017)
7.7.4 Main Business/Business Overview
7.8 Nillkin Magic Disk
7.8.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors
7.8.2 Wireless Charger Product Category, Application and Specification
7.8.2.1 Product A
7.8.2.2 Product B
7.8.3 Nillkin Magic Disk Wireless Charger Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2012-2017)
7.8.4 Main Business/Business Overview
7.9 Belkin
7.9.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors
7.9.2 Wireless Charger Product Category, Application and Specification
7.9.2.1 Product A
7.9.2.2 Product B
7.9.3 Belkin Wireless Charger Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2012-2017)
7.9.4 Main Business/Business Overview
7.10 Incipio
7.10.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors
7.10.2 Wireless Charger Product Category, Application and Specification
7.10.2.1 Product A
7.10.2.2 Product B
7.10.3 Incipio Wireless Charger Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2012-2017)
7.10.4 Main Business/Business Overview

8 Wireless Charger Manufacturing Cost Analysis
8.1 Wireless Charger Key Raw Materials Analysis
8.1.1 Key Raw Materials
8.1.2 Price Trend of Key Raw Materials
8.1.3 Key Suppliers of Raw Materials
8.1.4 Market Concentration Rate of Raw Materials
8.2 Proportion of Manufacturing Cost Structure
8.2.1 Raw Materials
8.2.2 Labor Cost
8.2.3 Manufacturing Expenses
8.3 Manufacturing Process Analysis of Wireless Charger

9 Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers
9.1 Wireless Charger Industrial Chain Analysis
9.2 Upstream Raw Materials Sourcing
9.3 Raw Materials Sources of Wireless Charger Major Manufacturers in 2015
9.4 Downstream Buyers

10 Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders
10.1 Marketing Channel
10.1.1 Direct Marketing
10.1.2 Indirect Marketing
10.1.3 Marketing Channel Development Trend
10.2 Market Positioning
10.2.1 Pricing Strategy
10.2.2 Brand Strategy
10.2.3 Target Client
10.3 Distributors/Traders List

11 Market Effect Factors Analysis
11.1 Technology Progress/Risk
11.1.1 Substitutes Threat
11.1.2 Technology Progress in Related Industry
11.2 Consumer Needs/Customer Preference Change
11.3 Economic/Political Environmental Change

12 Global Wireless Charger Market Forecast (2017-2022)
12.1 Global Wireless Charger Capacity, Production, Revenue Forecast (2017-2022)
12.1.1 Global Wireless Charger Capacity, Production and Growth Rate Forecast (2017-2022)
12.1.2 Global Wireless Charger Revenue and Growth Rate Forecast (2017-2022)
12.1.3 Global Wireless Charger Price and Trend Forecast (2017-2022)
12.2 Global Wireless Charger Production, Consumption , Import and Export Forecast by Region (2017-2022)
12.2.1 United States Wireless Charger Production, Revenue, Consumption, Export and Import Forecast (2017-2022)
12.2.2 EU Wireless Charger Production, Revenue, Consumption, Export and Import Forecast (2017-2022)
12.2.3 China Wireless Charger Production, Revenue, Consumption, Export and Import Forecast (2017-2022)
12.2.4 Japan Wireless Charger Production, Revenue, Consumption, Export and Import Forecast (2017-2022)
12.2.5 South Korea Wireless Charger Production, Revenue, Consumption, Export and Import Forecast (2017-2022)
12.2.6 Taiwan Wireless Charger Production, Revenue, Consumption, Export and Import Forecast (2017-2022)
12.3 Global Wireless Charger Production, Revenue and Price Forecast by Type (2017-2022)
12.4 Global Wireless Charger Consumption Forecast by Application (2017-2022)

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Trong khi vụ án đường dây đánh bạc nghìn tỷ do Phan Sào Nam cầm đầu liên quan đến 2 tướng công an đang được cơ quan chức năng tiếp chuyện điều tra, nhiều trang chơi bài ăn tiền qua mạng internet lại đang có dấu hiệu rộ lên, như: Pocvip.com; Zovip.Club; Ngon.Club; Gem.Club; RikVipcom.vn

Truy cập vận dụng trên điện thoại, có thể tìm thấy nhiều game sát phạt đỏ đen. Tại các trang web hay ứng dụng như Go.win; Danhbai.net; PocVip.com; ZoVip.Club; Ngon.Club; Gem.Club… ,với chưa đầy 2 phút đăng ký, bất kỳ ai cũng có thể dự vào các cổng game này với đủ kiểu trò chơi đánh bạc ăn tiền.

Chỉ với chiếc điện thoại hoặc máy tính kết nối internet, người chơi có thể tham dự các sòng bài online này mọi lúc mọi nơi. Với mỗi trò chơi, bên phát tăm tích ra một loại tiền như là xu, xèng, coi, rik… ban sơ, người chơi thường được tặng những món tiền ảo nhất quyết nhưng khi hết người chơi phải nạp tiền bằng thẻ cào điện thoại, hoặc chuyển khoản tiền cho đại lý.

Nhiều sòng bài online đã nấp bóng các cổng thanh toán nhờ việc luồn lách bằng hình thức đổi thưởng. Khi người chơi thắng, họ có thể được đổi từ tiền ảo thành thẻ cào điện thoại hay tiền mặt.

Trong vai một người chơi, PV Tiền Phong thực sự “hoa mắt” trước ma trận game bài bạc ăn tiền. trước hết phải kể đến game RikVip có tên miền RikVipcom.vn. Đây là game được cho là “ăn theo” đường dây RikVip.com nghìn tỷ của Phan Sào Nam vừa bị cơ quan chức năng đánh sập. Ngay sau khi tên miền rikvip.com bị xóa bỏ, RikVipcom.vn ra đời với lời chào: “Chúng tôi đã mất 3 ngày để khắc phục dữ liệu do bị lỗi cơ sở dữ liệu gặp sự cố”.

Để lấy niềm tin của người chơi, nhà phát hành game này nối câu kéo: "Với chúng tôi RikVIP đã hoạt động từ 2015, thi bang lai a2 đến nay là một game bài lớn nhất trong làng game bài online Việt Nam chẳng thể tránh được sự quấy rối nhiều thế lực. Nhưng chúng tôi với hơn 300 lập trình viên bậc nhất Việt Nam và các chuyên gia bảo mật giỏi nhất sẽ không để các bạn phải thất vọng. Hãy chơi RikVIP vì sự lớn mạnh trường tồn".

Trên website RikVipcom.vn giờ phát hành khoảng 21 game liên tưởng đến đánh bài, hay các dạng bài bạc online. Theo những lời lăng xê trên mạng, RikVip là cổng game online nơi tụ hợp các game bài trực tuyến “hot” với nhiều trò chơi thân thuộc như: Tiến lên Miền Nam (TLMN), Liêng (Lieng), Sâm (Sam), Poker , Xóc Đĩa … . Hầu như vơ các game có nguyên tố liên can cờ bạc hay cá độ đều xuất hiện trên cổng game này. RikVip còn tung ra những "chiêu" thu hút dân nghiền bài bạc bằng những gói "trông nom khách hàng" hấp dẫn với số tiền thưởng khổng lồ.

“Làm giàu không khó”?

PocVip cũng là một game đỏ đen hoành tráng không kém RikVIP. Game này “lên sóng” vào 29/5/2018 và được lăng xê là cổng game quốc tế an toàn nhất bây chừ. Địa chỉ game này là PocVip.com và ngay từ khi mới ra đời, game này đã ôm tham vọng “trong một vài tháng tới sẽ trở thành một trang web top 1 thị trường thế giới game tài xỉu ở Việt Nam”. PocVip.com có 5 mini game chính là tài xỉu, ngũ hành, mini poker, kim cương, cao thấp cùng 3 game slot là Thủy cung, Pharaoh, Galaxy.Game quy tụ nhiều “đại lý” trên toàn quốc.

Sòng bạc ảo ăn tiền thật nở rộ trên mạng - Ảnh 1.
Ảnh chụp màn hình.

Vào trang Fanpage Pocvip.com của game này, tuy mới ra mắt những hiện đã có 45 nghìn người like. “Làm giàu không khó khi có PocVip” đây có thể được xem là slogan của game sát phạt này. Khi tiếp cận game này, phóng viên đã được "đại lý" mời chào và chỉ dẫn tận tình cách chuyển khoản tiền thật để mua tiền ảo. "Đại lý" này cho biết chỉ nhận chuyển khoản số tiền tối thiểu là 500.000 đồng.

Ngay khi viết bài này, chỉ mất vài giây đăng ký, phóng viên vào thử thành công game của PocVip ở địa chỉ PocVip.com. Tại game Tài-Xỉu, theo ghi nhận, đang có khoảng 160 người chơi chia gần đều cho hai cửa và số tiền đặt cửa lên tới hàng chục triệu đồng. Theo khảo sát của phóng viên, một trong những trò chơi sát phạt cao nhưng được nhiều con bạc tham dự nhất cũng chính là tài xỉu. Có thời điểm số lượng người chơi dự một ván tài xỉu lên tới gần hơn 1.000 người. Số tiền ảo mà mỗi bên đặt cược lên tới vài trăm triệu đồng.

Khi đã mở được account, người chơi sẽ được bộ phận điều hành game trông nom tận tâm. Bất cứ khi nào người chơi cần tương trợ, chính yếu là nạp hoặc rút tiền, sẽ được các đại lý của game viện trợ giao tế toàn quốc…

Ngay khi viết bài này, chỉ mất vài giây đăng ký, phóng viên vào thử thành công game của PocVip ở địa chỉ PocVip.com. Tại game Tài-Xỉu, theo ghi nhận, đang có khoảng 160 người chơi chia gần đều cho hai cửa và số tiền đặt cửa lên tới hàng chục triệu đồng. Theo khảo sát của phóng viên, một trong những trò chơi sát phạt cao nhưng được nhiều con bạc tham dự nhất cũng chính là Tài - Xỉu. Có thời khắc số lượng người chơi dự một ván Tài Xỉu lên gần 1.000 người. Số tiền ảo mà mỗi bên đặt cược lên tới vài trăm triệu đồng.



Theo Minh Đức

Tiền Phong


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Patriot Software, LLC is seeking to hire a Content Writer responsible for writing in-depth content for our payroll, accounting and small business blogs for small business owners who are not payroll and accounting experts.  

Essential Functions

In addition to writing in-depth content, the candidate will:

  • Research trending topics and keywords about payroll and accounting.

  • Reach out to other industry leaders for quotes and research.

  • Create scripts for product videos on the public website.

  • Find ways to continually increase blog visitors by analyzing headlines,topics and website traffic.

  • Reach out to industry outside sources for the inclusion of our articles in guest blogs.

  • Write and promote social media posts for blog content.

  • Write press releases about new features and noteworthy news in the company.

  • Refresh and republish old out of date payroll and accounting articles.

  • Work with members of the content marketing team and help formulate a content schedule.

  • Review and update help articles on our website for accurate information.

  • Write lead nurturing material (whitepapers) for campaigns.

  • Write lead nurturing emails for drip campaigns.

  • Send weekly email updates for blog subscribers.

  • Work in conjunction with the graphic design team to develop images for blog posts and infographics.

 

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Competencies

  • A passion for writing (and learning more about payroll, accounting and small business trending subjects).

  • A working knowledge of SEO keyword and trending topic research.

  • A working knowledge of social media channels and familiarity with posting.

  • A general understanding of online marketing strategies and tactics.

  • Experience with technology and the Internet

  • A quick learner.

  • A basic knowledge of WordPress or other content management system.

  • A basic knowledge of HTML.

  • NOTE: You do not NEED to know how to write HTML, but be willing to embrace it with zero intimidation.

  • Superb organization and is detail oriented.

  • An understanding in the basics of On-Page SEO including Title, META Descriptions and Internal Linking (bonus).

  • The ability to handle multiple projects at once.

  • The ability to embrace ambiguity and rapidly changing priorities.

  • Excellent writing skills.

 

Required Education and Experience

A Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience in Journalism, Communications, or English.

 

Other Duties

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.


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“A star appeared in the daytime, and Augustus persuaded people to believe it was Caesar."

Comets and meteors have fascinated the human race since they were first spotted in the night sky. But without science and space exploration to aid understanding of what these chunks of rock and ice are, ancient cultures often turned to myth and legend to explain them.

The Greeks and Romans believed that the appearance of comets, meteors and meteor showers were portentous. They were signs that something good or bad had happened or was about to happen. The arrival of a comet could herald the birth of a great figure, and some people have even argued that the star in the sky which the Persian Magi followed to Bethlehem to see the newborn Jesus was actually a comet.

In the spring of 44BC, a comet that appeared was interpreted as a sign of the deification of Julius Caesar, following his murder. Caesar’s adopted son Octavian (soon to be the Emperor Augustus) made much of the comet, which burned in the sky during the funerary games held for Caesar. This portentous event was frequently celebrated in the ancient sources. In his epic poem, the Aeneid, Virgil describes how “a star appeared in the daytime, and Augustus persuaded people to believe it was Caesar”.

Augustus celebrated the comet and the deification of his father on coins (it did help to be the son of a god when trying to rule the Roman Empire), and many examples survive today.

Meteor showers

The Roman historian Cassius Dio referred to “comet stars” occurring in August 30BC. These are mentioned as among the portents witnessed after the death of the Egyptian queen Cleopatra. Experts are not entirely sure what it means when Dio uses the plural term “comet stars”, but some have connected this recorded event to the annual Perseid meteor shower.

Though it retains an ancient Greek name, we now know that the arrival of the Perseid meteor shower every August is actually the Earth’s orbit passing through debris from the Swift-Tuttle comet.

The meteor shower is named for the Perseidai (Περσείδαι), who were the sons of the ancient Greek hero Perseus. Perseus was a legendary figure with a fine family pedigree – he was the mythical son of Zeus and Argive princess Danaë (she of the golden rain). Perseus earned himself a constellation after a number of epic adventures across the Mediterranean and Near East that included the frequently illustrated murder of the Gorgon sister, Medusa.

Another of Perseus’s celebrated acts was the rescue of the princess Andromeda. Abandoned by her parents to placate a sea monster, the princess was found by Perseus on a rock by the ocean. He married her and they went on to have seven sons and two daughters. Sky watchers believed that the constellation Perseus, located just beside Andromeda in the night sky, was the origin of the shooting stars they could see every summer, and so the name Perseid stuck.

Tears and other traditions

In Christian tradition the Perseid meteor shower has long been connected to the martyrdom of St Lawrence. Laurentius was a deacon in the early church at Rome, martyred in the year 258AD, during the persecutions of the Emperor Valerian. The martyrdom supposedly took place on August 10, when the meteor shower was at its height, and so the shooting stars are equated to the saint’s tears.

Detailed records of astronomical events and sky watching can be found in historical texts from the Far East too. Ancient and medieval records from ChinaKorea and Japan have all been found to contain detailed accounts of meteor showers. Sometimes these different sources can be correlated, which has allowed astronomers to track, for example, the impact of Halley’s comet on ancient societies both east and west. These sources have also been used to find the first recorded observation of the Perseid meteor shower as a specific event, in Han Chinese records of 36AD.

Though the myths and legends may make one think that ancient civilisations had little scientific understanding of what meteors, comets and asteroids could be, this couldn’t be farther from the truth. The early astronomers of the Near East, those who created the Babylonian and Egyptian calendars, and astronomical data were – by far – the most advanced in antiquity. And a recent study of ancient cuneiform texts has proven that the Babylonian ability to track comets, planetary movements and sky events as far back as the first millennium BC involved a much more complex geometry than had been previously believed.


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The global Quick-dry Clothes market is categorized based on various technologies and by applications. Detailed analysis of critical aspects such as the impacting factor and competitive landscape are showcased with the help of vital resources like charts, tables, and infographics.

New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/09/2018 -- The latest market intelligence study on Quick-dry Clothes market relies on statistics derived from the application of both primary and secondary research to present insights pertaining to the operational model, opportunities and competitive landscape of Quick-dry Clothes market for the forecast period, 2018 - 2025.

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Market Segment on the basis of by manufacturers, the report covers the following companies-
- SPORTINGTEX
- DuPont
- Colgate
- Polartec

Market Segment on the basis of application, the report covers:
- Running
- Hike
- Yoga
- Picnics
- Others

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Market Segment on the basis of Product, the report covers:
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- Male

There are 12 Chapters to deeply display the Quick-dry Clothes market.
Chapter 1, to describe Quick-dry Clothes Introduction, product scope, market overview, market opportunities, market risk, market driving force;

Chapter 2, to analyze the top manufacturers of Quick-dry Clothes, with sales, revenue, and price of Quick-dry Clothes, in 2016 and 2018;

Chapter 3, to display the competitive situation among the top manufacturers, with sales, revenue and market share in 2016 and 2018;
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New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/09/2018 -- The Top key vendors in Primary Food Processing Machinery (PFPM) Market include are Anko Food Machine, Buhler, GEA Group, Krones, Tetra Laval, A&B Process Systems, Alfa Laval, SPX, Farm and Ranch Depot, Feldmeier Equipment, IDMC, JBT, John Bean Technologies, Marel hf, Marlen International, Paul Mueller, Scherjon

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- Fruit
- Vegetables
- Grain
- Other

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- Special Equipment
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8 Major Manufacturers Analysis of Primary Food Processing Machinery (PFPM)
8.1 Anko Food Machine
8.1.1 Company Profile
8.1.2 Product Picture and Specifications
8.1.2.1 Product A
8.1.2.2 Product B
8.1.3 Anko Food Machine 2017 Primary Food Processing Machinery (PFPM) Sales, Ex-factory Price, Revenue, Gross Margin Analysis
8.1.4 Anko Food Machine 2017 Primary Food Processing Machinery (PFPM) Business Region Distribution Analysis

8.2 Buhler
8.2.1 Company Profile
8.2.2 Product Picture and Specifications
8.2.2.1 Product A
8.2.2.2 Product B
8.2.3 Buhler 2017 Primary Food Processing Machinery (PFPM) Sales, Ex-factory Price, Revenue, Gross Margin Analysis
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          Infographics: 6 Steps to Effective Change Management      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

There are two significant kinds of organisational change; change imposed by circumstances and change that is planned and adapted for improvement and growth. It applies to individuals and large-scale enterprise organisations. Change management systems are designed to help businesses plan for the change. In the following infographics, we discuss the steps to effective change management […]

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          7 creative legal marketing ideas for your law firm      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Drawing a connection between the words “legal,” “creative” and “marketing,” may be tough, but the fact is, law firms need to use all the tools and technology available to reach potential clients wherever they might be. In spite of what you may believe, legal marketing doesn’t have to be expensive or difficult. Here are 7 creative legal marketing ideas for your law firm: 1. Invest in SEO – SEO will ensure your web content has the sought-after keywords that prospective clients are typing into a search engine, which depend on your area of specialty and location. 2. Provide relevant, newsworthy content – Content marketing demonstrates your expertise and can be done through regular blogs, videos, infographics or articles on topics that may be of interest to your potential clients. 3. Have a social media presence – Social media should keep you better connected with your clients, colleagues and friends. Make sure you are…
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          Cocaine Deaths In Britain Reach All-Time High      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Figures just released by the Office for National Statistics from the UK have revealed another rapid increase in deaths involving cocaine in England and Wales.

As Statista's Martin Armstrong notes, the 432 such fatalities in 2017 represent an all-time high and makes now for six consecutive years of increases.

The infographic below shows how these deaths have developed over the last ten years.

Infographic: Cocaine Deaths at an All-Time Peak | Statista

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          Apenas 10% de turoperadoras nicas están funcionando - El Nuevo Diario      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Las alertas que han emitido los diferentes países a sus ciudadanos sobre la peligrosidad de viajar a Nicaragua cierran las oportunidades de trabajo para los turoperadores del país.

“Hemos llegado a un nivel de cancelaciones del 90% de reservaciones porque tenemos sobre el país advertencias de viajes (…); le están diciendo a ese flujo turístico que Nicaragua en estos momentos no está en condiciones para recibir visitantes”,  dijo la presidenta de la Asociación de Turoperadoras (Antur), Claudia Aguirre, tras participar en un encuentro de representantes del sector turismo que buscan una estrategia para enfrentar la crisis.

Antur aglutina a 45 turoperadoras, de las cuales 15 han cerrado, y las que aún sobreviven están ofreciendo rutas en zonas donde  existen ciertos niveles de seguridad al momento de desplazarse.

 Pasajes más caros por la reducción de vuelos

“(Por ejemplo) alguien que pueda venir de la frontera de Peñas Blancas que pueda movilizarse en zonas cercas, alguien que pueda llegar a El Castillo, Solentiname. Estamos hablando de una mínima expresión, de un 10%. Pero, de ahí la otra franja y los otros destinos que históricamente han sido de actividad de turismo lógicamente ahí no  hay reservaciones”, indicó Aguirre.

En León, Granada, Masaya, Rivas y Managua es donde se realizan las actividades de mayor preferencia de los turistas, según el Instituto Nicaraguense de Turismo (Intur), zonas que han sido más afectada por la situación del país, lo cual deja en desventaja a los prestadores de servicios para el turismo.

“Nosotros somos nicaragüenses y nos desplazamos a Granada, León y para nosotros mismos, los nicaragüenses, es tensionante”, mencionó Aguirre.

Por su parte,  la presidenta la Cámara Nacional de Turismo (Canatur), Lucy Valenti, demandó a las autoridades gubernamentales “sacar de circulación a los paramilitares”, porque de lo contrario ni el turismo interno podrá desplazarse con tranquilidad en los diferentes destinos.

 Encapuchados ahuyentan a turistas, afirman dueños de negocios

El Intur registra que los turistas prefieren realizar actividades que demandan desplazamientos como visita de ciudades coloniales, pueblos blancos, isletas de Granada, Isla de Ometepe, reservas naturales, mercado de artesanía y la ruta del norte.

Nicaragua fuera de multidestinos

Las touroperadoras que tienen alianzas con sus pares en Nicaragua han reestructurado el itinerario de sus clientes, pues no existen “condiciones de seguridad óptimas” para el turista.

Las fuentes relacionadas al sector apuntan a que Costa Rica y Guatemala, principalmente, están captando a ese flujo de visitantes.

“El  visitante que venía a Nicaragua lo que hace es quedarse más  (tiempo) en Costa Rica”, aseveró Aguirre.

Valenti lamentó que el trabajo que venían realizando en esa vía, no tenga frutos en este momento. “No se está incluyendo a Nicaragua en estos momentos por la situación, seguramente se están yendo  a Costa Rica, Panamá, Guatemala, incluso Honduras y El Salvador, que también tiene multidestinos”.

Mientras que el presidente de la Asociación de Pequeños Hoteleros de Nicaragua (Hopen), Héctor Jiménez, afirmó que “Costa Rica está en bonanza, porque tiene sus turistas y el (turista) que no nos está viniendo a nosotros”.

 La corrupción de Guatemala es nociva para la economía de Centroamérica

Ese comportamiento ha obligado a los pequeños hoteleros a regresar el dinero a los huéspedes que habían reservado a través de las plataformas digitales.

“Nos pasó con Booking y Expedia, que tuvimos que regresar el dinero que ya teníamos de la reserva”, resaltó el presidente de Hopen.

Inevitable fuga de especialistas

Conocedores del sector turístico estiman que por la crisis han despedido a más de 70,000 empleados, la mayoría con experiencia en las especialidades propias del sector, lo cual los deja en mayor desventaja al momento de reiniciar las operaciones porque  muchos de ellos han migrado.

“Mucho de ese personal había regresado a Nicaragua procedente de Costa Rica, había aprendido y capacitado en la industria turística, pero mucho de ese personal se ha ido a Costa Rica”, añadió Valenti.

Antur aglutina a 45 turoperadoras, de las cuales 15 han cerrado, y las que aún sobreviven están ofreciendo rutas en zonas donde  existen ciertos niveles de seguridad al momento de desplazarse.

Aguirre dice que el profesional del turismo va a migrar donde haya mayor movimiento, y sí la mayoría lo ha hecho a Costa Rica es porque ahí “encuentran un espacio”.

Alertas botan campaña de promoción internacional

Valenti y Aguirre coinciden en que mientras no se busque una salida a la situación del país, no hay campaña de promoción internacional exitosa.

“¿Qué estrategia de promoción podemos ver? ¿Cuáles son las medidas a reflexión? Vamos a invertir en promoción internacional cuando nosotros tenemos serias e innumerables advertencias de viajes,  miremos primero y reflexionemos de cuáles son las condiciones reales en que estamos”, señaló Aguirre.


          Economic reforms and T&T’s growth outlook      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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Thursday, August 9, 2018

Only a few weeks ago, the IMF released a statement on T&T embracing the reforms undertaken by the twin-island sovereign in recent months. After two years of economic recession the IMF projects a return to growth in 2018.

While such a recession is to be expected in a country that is very dependent on its commodities—particularly gas reserves, in the case of T&T—the reforms could be a game changer. The rebound in commodity prices is certainly welcome news, but the progress towards fiscal consolidation and economic diversification is even more significant for the sustainability of the country’s long-term development.

According to the IMF, GDP contracted by 2.6 per cent in 2017, a marked improvement from the 6.1 per cent drop in 2016. While gas production rebounded in late 2017, oil output remained flat. The non-energy sectors also failed to provide respite from the oil and gas crisis, with construction and financial services largely idle due to delays in public projects and a foreign exchange shortage.

Regained optimism amid rebounding commodity prices and regulatory reform

The reforms have brought about improved fiscal performance and a brighter—albeit modest—medium-term economic outlook, which was reflected in our third Oxford Business Group Business Barometer: T&T CEO Survey.

Regulatory changes and the recovery of commodity prices have led local business leaders to adopt a more optimistic perspective. In fact, their forecasts for GDP growth far exceed those of the IMF: while the fund expects nearly flat growth of 0.25 per cent for 2018, 52 per cent of survey participants project expansion of up to 1 per cent for the year, and 15 per cent expect this figure to surpass 2 per cent.

Furthermore, 69 per cent have positive or very positive expectations of local business conditions in the coming 12 months.

This marks a considerable rise from the 57 per cent who had positive expectations in our survey released late last year, and it is a nearly four-fold increase on the 18 per cent figure recorded in our inaugural OBG Business Barometer in T&T two years ago, when the nation was in the midst of an economic crisis.

This wave of recovering optimism is a key factor motivating plans to make capital outlays, with 67 per cent of participants reporting that their company is likely or very likely to make a significant capital investment in the next 12 months

Tax environment remains competitive

In a recent interview with OBG, Christopher Lewis, president of InvesTT, the domestic investment promotion body, said that the relatively low cost of doing business in T&T makes it a particularly attractive investment destination.

“In spite of the recent increase in corporate taxation, with rates going up from 25 per cent to 30 per cent, the country is still very competitive when compared to other jurisdictions in the Americas or the Caribbean,” he said.

CEOs appear to agree, as a notable majority (64 per cent) find the tax environment to be competitive or very competitive on a global scale. This was only a slight decline from 67 per cent in last year’s survey.

Given the global trend of declining corporate tax rates, T&T’s 5 per cent increase is likely to weigh on global competitiveness. However, the government needs to prioritise fiscal strength over the global tax race for the time being.

Indeed, T&T’s focus is internal, but the trends of its Caribbean neighbours remain key to its economic performance.

Guyana is perceived to be the largest player by far influencing T&T’s interests, with 56 per cent of respondents naming it as the Caricom country with the most potential as an export and/or investment destination. This was followed by Jamaica, a distant second with 27 per cent, and Barbados with 9 per cent.

Shortage of soft skills

T&T is also facing a skills mismatch. As we see in many emerging markets where we conduct our CEO surveys, leadership (49 per cent) was cited as the skill in greatest need in the country, followed by customer service (29 per cent).

This indicates a greater perceived shortage of soft skills than that of science, technology, engineering and maths capabilities.

Persistent challenges to address for longer-term growth

With all this in mind, our outlook for T&T is cautiously optimistic: indicators have certainly taken a positive turn, but we must also understand the unique challenges facing the twin-island nation, including volatility in energy prices,v pending reforms, delayed public projects and a lack of soft skills.

Furthermore, to maximise growth potential, the government will need to promptly execute the tax reform and address the foreign exchange shortage. C-suite executives agree that these efforts will require consistent measures to diversify the economy and increase the competitiveness of non-energy sectors.

Investor sentiment improving

A sizeable majority of executives interviewed for the 2018 edition of the Business Barometer: T&T CEO Survey carried out by Oxford Business Group (OBG) had positive expectations for the coming 12 months, in a sign that the country’s fiscal consolidation efforts, assisted by rising commodity prices, are beginning to bear fruit.

As part of its survey on the T&T economy, the global research and consultancy firm asked more than 100 C-suite executives from across the country’s industries a wide-ranging series of questions on a face-to-face basis aimed at gauging business sentiment.

From the CEOs interviewed, 69 per cent felt either positive or very positive about local business conditions for the next 12 months, up from 57 per cent in OBG’s last survey, which was released in late 2017.

In answer to a separate question, 67 per cent of business leaders thought it likely or very likely that their company would make a significant capital investment within the same timeframe, compared to 60.7 per cent previously.

Respondents’ positive outlook may well be down in part to their largely favourable views on T&T’s tax environment and the relatively low cost of doing business in the country. Almost two-thirds (64 per cent) described the tax climate as competitive or very competitive on a global scale, despite a recent increase of 5 per cent in corporate taxation.

Business leaders were also confident that the economy would return to growth in 2018, following two years of recession, with more than half (52 per cent) of those surveyed expecting GDP to reach 1 per cewnt for the year, well above recent forecasts made by the IMF of 0.25 per cent.

This survey has been designed to assess business sentiment amongst business leaders (chief executives or equivalent) and their outlook for the next 12 months. Unlike many surveys, the OBG Business

Barometer is conducted by OBG staff on a face-to-face basis, across the full range of industries, company sizes and functional specialties. The results are anonymous.

OBG Business Barometer is based on data from companies with revenue within the following parameters, among others:

• 81 per cent of companies surveyed were private

• 25 per cent of companies surveyed were international

• 31 per cent of companies surveyed were regional

• 44 per cent5 of companies surveyed were local

The data generated allows for analysis of sentiment within an individual country, as well as regionally and globally. Additionally, comparisons can be drawn between both individual countries and regionally. The results are presented statistically within infographics and discussed in articles written by OBG managing editors.

T&T CEO survey About Oxford Business Group

Oxford Business Group is a global research and consultancy company with a presence in over 30 countries, from The Americas, Africa and Asia to the Middle East. A distinctive and respected provider of on-the-ground intelligence on many of the world’s fastest growing markets, OBG has offices in London, Berlin, Dubai and Istanbul, and a network of local bureaus across the countries in which we operate.

Through its range of products, OBG offers comprehensive and accurate analysis of macroeconomic and sectoral developments, including banking, capital markets, tourism, energy, transport, industry and ICT.

OBG provides business intelligence to its subscribers through multiple platforms: Economic News and Views, OBG Business Barometer—CEO survey, roundtables and conferences, global platform—exclusive video interviews, the report publications and its consultancy division.

 

JAIME PEREZ-SLOANE
DE ZUNZUNEGUI
Regional editor,
North Africa and the Americas,
Oxford Business Group
 


          Cocaine Deaths In Britain Reach All-Time High      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Figures just released by the Office for National Statistics from the UK have revealed another rapid increase in deaths involving cocaine in England and Wales.

As Statista's Martin Armstrong notes, the 432 such fatalities in 2017 represent an all-time high and makes now for six consecutive years of increases.

The infographic below shows how these deaths have developed over the last ten years.

Infographic: Cocaine Deaths at an All-Time Peak | Statista

You will find more infographics at Statista

...blown away!


          Popularizing the Constitution and federalism      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
BY ON
THE Constitution is the fundamental law of the land. It is the foundation of governmental authority, as it defines the rights of citizens and the limits to the power of the state. It is the embodiment of the social contract that binds the sovereign citizens and the state that serves them.
It is therefore tragic when constitutions become documents that are alienating to, and alienate, the citizens not only by the very nature of the language used to craft them but also by the processes that attended their drafting, approval, revisions and amendments.
Constitutions intimidate people in the complexity of the language used, and the nature of their contents. It is an irony that a document that purports to define the parameters for citizens’ rights and empowerment would be so structured to disempower, or if not, to bore.
Teaching of the Constitution is supposed to be mandatory, but it remains a challenging and daunting task. It is in the family of topics that include teaching political theory.
As someone who teaches courses on political theory, I have quite a bit of experience in addressing the challenge of how to teach topics that are considered boring, even if they are important. In teaching theory, I had to devise mechanisms to make the students realize the importance and relevance of the ideas of the mostly dead, white men who authored them. These are topics that need an innovative approach, where a traditional lecture format will most definitely be less effective as compared to evocative, performative and creative approaches to teaching and learning. I use films and internet materials, in addition to the usual readings.
On the part of students, I require them to produce a music video on how they see the source of political order, drawing from the Greek classical theories, Machiavelli and the social contract theorists. I ask them to prepare a blueprint for social action to address their chosen social problem using either liberalism or conservatism as the ideological framework. I even ask them to plan their own revolutions, taking off from the theories of Marx, Lenin and Mao. The more contemporary theories on post-colonialism, feminism and post-feminism, queer theory and political ecology are used by students as the theoretical frames to perform through creative presentations their analysis of popular cultural texts, narratives and practices.
We now live in a generation that is very visual and performative, and where popular cultural forms offer opportunities to make people understand difficult topics such as the Constitution, or federalism. In this environment, pop culture could be used as a vehicle to educate and advocate. The Constitution is such an alienating document that it needs to be simplified, broken down into manageable pieces and translated into bits of information that can be easily digested by ordinary citizens. And these have to be delivered in a format that is familiar to them, and to which they can easily relate. The use of jingles, dance steps, short performances and internet memes would be appropriate ways to deliver the message to ordinary citizens who have increasingly become visual, and where other pop cultural forms such as soap operas, game shows, internet games and internet surfing have provided competition for attention.
Furthermore, in a highly visual and performative landscape, there is a need to put a familiar face to the complex message such as Charter change and federalism. The use of popular icons and celebrities would effectively capture the attention of people whose free times have been occupied by “Ang Probinsyano” and “Victor Magtanggol.”
The Constitution is certainly a serious matter to discuss. And there are fears that the use of pop culture forms and icons would have the effect of dumbing down the message, even to the point of trivializing it. However, it must be emphasized that the use of pop culture should not in any way be a license to undermine the content and the message. What should be the bottom line is to focus on the basic concepts, the key benefits that an ordinary citizen can get from the changes being proposed, and the effect of these on gut issues that matter most to the citizens.
The fear of losing the message is an issue that emanates from the classic debate in culture studies, between those who saw mass culture like TV, and now the internet, as a threat to the propagation of authentic knowledge, and those who looked at the potential of mass-based cultural forms to become authentic media to reach those at the margins whose opinions and beliefs need to be influenced.
A document as voluminous and as intimidating as a draft constitution cannot be presented in one complicated infographic. It has to be delivered in manageable bits of information, carried in short, focused, catchy, repetitive and at the very least, exciting and creative manner.
It is a fact that many ordinary Filipinos do not understand federalism. Any attempt to educate them using the usual information and education campaigns, like the conduct of public forums and consultations, will work only for some kinds of audience, most of whom already have the skill to independently read and understand the document. The challenge lies in people who may not have the interest, the time and the level of preparation required to understand the Constitution, or the proposed shift to federalism.
The key is to make the medium effective without trivializing and losing the message. One can rely on popular cultural forms as the medium, and pop icons and celebrities as the faces that deliver the message, but utmost vetting should always be deployed to ensure that the content is correct and factual.
It is therefore regrettable that the controversy surrounding the viral video featuring Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson and blogger Andrew Olivar is now being deployed against the use of pop culture and pop icons to popularize and educate people on federalism and the Constitution.
It must be emphasized that the issue against Uson and Olivar is on their manner of delivery, and not necessarily on the form they used. One has to be reminded how the campaign on the automatic election system have effectively used the Sex Bomb Dancers and the jingle “May bilog na hugis itlog” in educating voters on how to correctly shade their ballots.
Certainly, an advocacy that creates controversy by offending and dividing people, and calls to attention not the message but the bearers, would undermine any campaign, whether it uses the traditional seminar format, or pop culture.

https://www.manilatimes.net/popularizing-the-constitution-and-federalism/428256/

          Here's How Ancient Cultures Explained Comets and Meteors      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
“A star appeared in the daytime, and Augustus persuaded people to believe it was Caesar."

Comets and meteors have fascinated the human race since they were first spotted in the night sky. But without science and space exploration to aid understanding of what these chunks of rock and ice are, ancient cultures often turned to myth and legend to explain them.

The Greeks and Romans believed that the appearance of comets, meteors and meteor showers were portentous. They were signs that something good or bad had happened or was about to happen. The arrival of a comet could herald the birth of a great figure, and some people have even argued that the star in the sky which the Persian Magi followed to Bethlehem to see the newborn Jesus was actually a comet.

In the spring of 44BC, a comet that appeared was interpreted as a sign of the deification of Julius Caesar, following his murder. Caesar’s adopted son Octavian (soon to be the Emperor Augustus) made much of the comet, which burned in the sky during the funerary games held for Caesar. This portentous event was frequently celebrated in the ancient sources. In his epic poem, the Aeneid, Virgil describes how “a star appeared in the daytime, and Augustus persuaded people to believe it was Caesar”.

Augustus celebrated the comet and the deification of his father on coins (it did help to be the son of a god when trying to rule the Roman Empire), and many examples survive today.

Meteor showers

The Roman historian Cassius Dio referred to “comet stars” occurring in August 30BC. These are mentioned as among the portents witnessed after the death of the Egyptian queen Cleopatra. Experts are not entirely sure what it means when Dio uses the plural term “comet stars”, but some have connected this recorded event to the annual Perseid meteor shower.

Though it retains an ancient Greek name, we now know that the arrival of the Perseid meteor shower every August is actually the Earth’s orbit passing through debris from the Swift-Tuttle comet.

The meteor shower is named for the Perseidai (Περσείδαι), who were the sons of the ancient Greek hero Perseus. Perseus was a legendary figure with a fine family pedigree – he was the mythical son of Zeus and Argive princess Danaë (she of the golden rain). Perseus earned himself a constellation after a number of epic adventures across the Mediterranean and Near East that included the frequently illustrated murder of the Gorgon sister, Medusa.

Another of Perseus’s celebrated acts was the rescue of the princess Andromeda. Abandoned by her parents to placate a sea monster, the princess was found by Perseus on a rock by the ocean. He married her and they went on to have seven sons and two daughters. Sky watchers believed that the constellation Perseus, located just beside Andromeda in the night sky, was the origin of the shooting stars they could see every summer, and so the name Perseid stuck.

Tears and other traditions

In Christian tradition the Perseid meteor shower has long been connected to the martyrdom of St Lawrence. Laurentius was a deacon in the early church at Rome, martyred in the year 258AD, during the persecutions of the Emperor Valerian. The martyrdom supposedly took place on August 10, when the meteor shower was at its height, and so the shooting stars are equated to the saint’s tears.

Detailed records of astronomical events and sky watching can be found in historical texts from the Far East too. Ancient and medieval records from ChinaKorea and Japan have all been found to contain detailed accounts of meteor showers. Sometimes these different sources can be correlated, which has allowed astronomers to track, for example, the impact of Halley’s comet on ancient societies both east and west. These sources have also been used to find the first recorded observation of the Perseid meteor shower as a specific event, in Han Chinese records of 36AD.

Though the myths and legends may make one think that ancient civilisations had little scientific understanding of what meteors, comets and asteroids could be, this couldn’t be farther from the truth. The early astronomers of the Near East, those who created the Babylonian and Egyptian calendars, and astronomical data were – by far – the most advanced in antiquity. And a recent study of ancient cuneiform texts has proven that the Babylonian ability to track comets, planetary movements and sky events as far back as the first millennium BC involved a much more complex geometry than had been previously believed.


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We continue series of analytical articles about amazing world of Joomla! This article is devoted to Joomla! versions used by the most popular sites. How many sites use the latest Joomla! version? Are there many sites still using the oldest one? Which Joomla! version is the most popular? Do top site administrators pay enough attention to their site security? Find the answers below.

Recently Joomla! 3.1 has been released. At the same time many Joomla! sites continue using older versions, including Joomla! 1.5 and even Joomla! 1.0. In June JoomPlace undertook a special study to find out which Joomla! version is used by the most popular sites. To define CMSs we used the same methodology as we did in our previous analysis, researched Alexa Top Sites By Category.

To find out which version Joomla! sites use we checked if the administrator/manifests/files/joomla.xml file was available and accessible*. If the Joomla! version couldn’t have been defined we checked other files in general access which were specific system files of different Joomla! versions with Joomla! reference inside.

*Actually, it’s not secure when this file is accessible. It helps to find out which version of Joomla! the site is built on, and as a result to detect vivid vulnerabilities to hack such sites. So, it’s considered to be a done thing to hide or protect more efficiently any requests to /administrator/ related addresses (URLs).

2,113,765 items were examined. 82,435 Joomla! sites were indicated and included into our analysis. See its results on the infographics below.

Joomla Versions in Alexa Top Sites Catalogue

More than a half (51,2%) of Joomla! top sites still use Joomla! 1.5 version released in 2008. 23,5% use Joomla! 2.5. And only 1% of top sites use Joomla! 3.x, released quite long time ago (September, 2012).

In general, it’s no wonder that so few sites use Joomla! 3.0, as it recommended staying on Joomla! 2.5, until Joomla! 3.5 is released.

But why so many sites built on Joomla! 1.5 aren’t upgraded to the Joomla! 2.5? The main reason is huge costs to migrate the site to the new Joomla! version while sites built on Joomla! 1.5 work thick and fast.

Nevertheless our study reveals a very important issue which isn’t given due consideration. Is your Joomla! site fully protected?

The statistics above shows that not all top site administrators follow the well-known recommendations regarding Joomla! site security. They don’t update their sites to the latest maintenance release version in the major version site developed, endangering their security. For example, a lot of sites built on Joomla! 2.5 are not updated to the latest maintenance release version (2.5.11). Moreover, there’re still top sites using short term support versions (Joomla! 1.6 and Joomla! 1.7) instead of the long term support one (Joomla! 2.5), while it’s almost one-click action!

Come to think of it, if top site administrators don’t make enough effort to protect their sites, what can we say about others?

So, the results of our study show that the vast majority of top sites still use Joomla! 1.5, while very few use Joomla! 3.x. A lot of site administrators don’t pay enough attention to the subject of their site security, not updating their sites to the latest maintenance release version in the major version site developed.

And what about you? Which Joomla version does your site use? Is your Joomla! site completely protected? Do you have any questions? Please contact our support team.

We’ll continue monitoring the issue regarding Joomla! site security. After a while we will publish the results of our new study. Hope they will be more positive. Stay tuned on social media.


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“A star appeared in the daytime, and Augustus persuaded people to believe it was Caesar."

Comets and meteors have fascinated the human race since they were first spotted in the night sky. But without science and space exploration to aid understanding of what these chunks of rock and ice are, ancient cultures often turned to myth and legend to explain them.

The Greeks and Romans believed that the appearance of comets, meteors and meteor showers were portentous. They were signs that something good or bad had happened or was about to happen. The arrival of a comet could herald the birth of a great figure, and some people have even argued that the star in the sky which the Persian Magi followed to Bethlehem to see the newborn Jesus was actually a comet.

In the spring of 44BC, a comet that appeared was interpreted as a sign of the deification of Julius Caesar, following his murder. Caesar’s adopted son Octavian (soon to be the Emperor Augustus) made much of the comet, which burned in the sky during the funerary games held for Caesar. This portentous event was frequently celebrated in the ancient sources. In his epic poem, the Aeneid, Virgil describes how “a star appeared in the daytime, and Augustus persuaded people to believe it was Caesar”.

Augustus celebrated the comet and the deification of his father on coins (it did help to be the son of a god when trying to rule the Roman Empire), and many examples survive today.

Meteor showers

The Roman historian Cassius Dio referred to “comet stars” occurring in August 30BC. These are mentioned as among the portents witnessed after the death of the Egyptian queen Cleopatra. Experts are not entirely sure what it means when Dio uses the plural term “comet stars”, but some have connected this recorded event to the annual Perseid meteor shower.

Though it retains an ancient Greek name, we now know that the arrival of the Perseid meteor shower every August is actually the Earth’s orbit passing through debris from the Swift-Tuttle comet.

The meteor shower is named for the Perseidai (Περσείδαι), who were the sons of the ancient Greek hero Perseus. Perseus was a legendary figure with a fine family pedigree – he was the mythical son of Zeus and Argive princess Danaë (she of the golden rain). Perseus earned himself a constellation after a number of epic adventures across the Mediterranean and Near East that included the frequently illustrated murder of the Gorgon sister, Medusa.

Another of Perseus’s celebrated acts was the rescue of the princess Andromeda. Abandoned by her parents to placate a sea monster, the princess was found by Perseus on a rock by the ocean. He married her and they went on to have seven sons and two daughters. Sky watchers believed that the constellation Perseus, located just beside Andromeda in the night sky, was the origin of the shooting stars they could see every summer, and so the name Perseid stuck.

Tears and other traditions

In Christian tradition the Perseid meteor shower has long been connected to the martyrdom of St Lawrence. Laurentius was a deacon in the early church at Rome, martyred in the year 258AD, during the persecutions of the Emperor Valerian. The martyrdom supposedly took place on August 10, when the meteor shower was at its height, and so the shooting stars are equated to the saint’s tears.

Detailed records of astronomical events and sky watching can be found in historical texts from the Far East too. Ancient and medieval records from ChinaKorea and Japan have all been found to contain detailed accounts of meteor showers. Sometimes these different sources can be correlated, which has allowed astronomers to track, for example, the impact of Halley’s comet on ancient societies both east and west. These sources have also been used to find the first recorded observation of the Perseid meteor shower as a specific event, in Han Chinese records of 36AD.

Though the myths and legends may make one think that ancient civilisations had little scientific understanding of what meteors, comets and asteroids could be, this couldn’t be farther from the truth. The early astronomers of the Near East, those who created the Babylonian and Egyptian calendars, and astronomical data were – by far – the most advanced in antiquity. And a recent study of ancient cuneiform texts has proven that the Babylonian ability to track comets, planetary movements and sky events as far back as the first millennium BC involved a much more complex geometry than had been previously believed.


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Why haven't there been any presidential or parliamentary elections in the Palestinian territories since 2006?

Apparently, because the Central Elections Commission needed a new headquarters!

That seems to be the logic behind a ceremony held today in Ramallah where the cornerstone for a new 7,500-square-meter, seven-story building meant to house the Palestinian Authority Central Elections Commission.

The EU is funding the construction to the tune of  €5 million.

European Union Representative Ralf Tarraf said in his speech at the ceremony that the EU was a proud partner of the Central Elections Commission. "We support the Central Elections Commission in its efforts to promote democracy in Palestine. The EU believes that enhancing Palestinian participation in the electoral process is important to ensure respect for fundamental rights."

How a new building will encourage Mahmoud Abbas, the current dictator for life of the Palestinian Authority, to hold new elections is a mystery.

Even Abbas' election in 2005 had nothing to do with democracy. The Palestinian Authority is not the supreme political body for the Palestinians - it reports to the PLO, which Abbas heads as well. Palestinians do not elect the leaders of the PLO.

Rami Hamdallah, who also spoke at this ceremony, has very little power compared to most other prime ministers. Mahmoud Abbas controls the PLO, the Fatah movement and also the Palestinian Authority via his presidency which has been illegal for years.

The EU chooses to ignore this history and these facts, and wastes millions of Euros on symbols of democracy where there is no democracy, and no hope for democracy.

Here is an infographic I made in 2013, still pretty accurate, describing how Abbas controls the entire political process and how little the PA has to do with anything.








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Research By: Dikla Barda, Roman Zaikin and Oded Vanunu

As of early 2018, the Facebook-owned messaging application, WhatsApp, has over 1.5 billion users with over one billion groups and 65 billion messages sent every day. With so much chatter, the potential for online scams, rumours and fake news is huge. It doesn’t help then, if threat actors have an additional weapon in their arsenal to leverage the platform for their malicious intentions.

Check Point Research, however, recently unveiled new vulnerabilities in the popular messaging application that could allow threat actors to intercept and manipulate messages sent in both private and group conversations, giving attackers immense power to create and spread misinformation from what appear to be trusted sources.

Our team observed three possible methods of attack exploiting this vulnerability – all of which involve social engineering tactics to fool end-users. A threat actor can:

  1. Use the ‘quote’ feature in a group conversation to change the identity of the sender, even if that person is not a member of the group.
  2. Alter the text of someone else’s reply, essentially putting words in their mouth.
  3. Send a private message to another group participant that is disguised as a public message for all, so when the targeted individual responds, it’s visible to everyone in the conversation.

Following the process of Responsible Disclosure, Check Point Research informed WhatsApp of their findings. From Check Point Research’s view, we believe these vulnerabilities to be of the utmost importance and require attention.

Please read below for our full technical analysis.

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Demonstration Video of the Attacks in Action

Technical Analysis

As is well known, WhatsApp encrypts every message, picture, call, video or any other type of content you send so that only the recipient can see it. What’s more, not even WhatsApp has the ability to view those messages.

Figure 1: WhatsApp Encrypted Chat

These encryption processes caught our attention and we decided to try to reverse WhatsApp’s algorithm to decrypt the data. Indeed, after decrypting the WhatsApp communication we found that WhatsApp is using the “protobuf2 protocol” to do so.

By converting this protobuf2 data to Json we were able to see the actual parameters that are sent and manipulate them in order to check WhatsApp’s security.

The outcome of our research is a Burp Suit Extension and 3 Manipulation methods.
To start the manipulation, though, we first have to get the private and public key of our session and fill it in our burpsuit extension.

If you are interested in a detailed explanation about how the encryption actually works behind the scenes, please read the encryption paragraph at the end of this blog post.

Accessing the Keys

The keys can be obtained from the key generation phase from WhatsApp Web before the QR code is generated:

Figure 2: Public and Private Key of the Communication

After we take these keys we need to take the “secret” parameter which is sent by the mobile phone to WhatsApp Web while the user scans the QR code:

Figure 3: The Secret Key from the WebSocket

As a result of this, our extension will look like the below:

Figure 4: WhatsApp Decoder Burp Extension

After clicking on “Connect”, the extension connects to the extension’s local server, which will perform all the tasks required for the extension.

Manipulating WhatsApp

By decrypting the WhatsApp communication, we were able to see all the parameters that are actually sent between the mobile version of WhatsApp and the Web version. This allowed us to then be able to manipulate them and start looking for security issues.

This resulted in us being able to carry out a variety of attack types, which are described below.

Attack 1: Change the Identity of a Sender in a Group Chat, Even If They Are Not a Member of the Group

In this attack, it is possible to spoof a reply message to impersonate another group member and even a non-existing group member, for example, ‘Mickey Mouse’.

To impersonate someone from the group, all the attacker need do is catch the encrypted traffic:

Figure 5: Encrypted WhatsApp Communication

Once the traffic is captured, he can simply send it to an extension which will then decrypt the traffic:

Figure 6: Decrypting the WhatsApp Message
By Using Our Extension

The interesting parameters to note here are:

  • conversation – This is the actual content which is sent.
  • participant – This is the participant that actually sent the content.
  • fromMe – This parameter indicates if I sent the data or someone else in the group.
  • remoteJid – This parameter indicates to which group/contact the data is sent.
  • id – The id of the data. The same id will appear in the phone databases.

And this is the point where interesting things begin to happen…

For example, we can change the conversation to something else. The message with the content “Great!” sent by a member of a group, for instance, could be changed to something else like: “I’m going to die, in a hospital right now” and the participant parameter could also be changed to someone else from the group:

Figure 7: A Spoofed Reply Message

Note that we have to change the id to something else because it is already sent and appears in the database.

In order to make everyone see the new spoofed message the attacker needs to reply to the message he spoofed, quoting and changing that message (“Great”) in order for it be sent to everyone in the group.

As you can see in the below screenshot, we created a new group where no previous messages were sent, and by using the method from above we were able to create a fake reply.

Figure 8: The Original Conversation

The ‘participant’ parameter can also be a text or a phone number of someone that is not in the group, which would cause everyone in the group to believe that it actually is sent from this participant.

For example:

Figure 9: Changing The Content Of The Message
By Using Our Debugging Tool

…and the result will look like this:

This would again be sent to everyone in the group as before.

Figure 10: Reply To a Message That Sent From
Someone Outside of the Group

Attack 2: Changing a Correspondent’s Reply To Put Words in Their Mouth

In this attack, the attacker is able to manipulate the chat by sending a message back to himself on behalf of the other person, as if it had come from them. By doing so, it would be possible to incriminate a person, or close a fraudulent deal, for example.

In order to spoof the messages, we have to manipulate the ‘fromMe parameter in the message, which indicates who sent the message in the personal chat.

This time we will capture the outgoing message from WhatsApp Web before it is even sent to our Burp Suite. In order to do that we can put a break point on the aesCbcEncrypt function and take the data from the ‘a’ parameter:

Figure 11: OutGoing Message Manipulation

We will then copy this data to our Burp extension and select the outgoing direction. By pressing on “Decrypt”, our extension will decrypt the data:

Figure 12: Decryption of Outgoing Message

After changing it to false and encrypting it back we then get the below result:

Figure 13: Encryption of Outgoing Message

We have to then modify the ‘a’ parameter in our browser, and the result will be a push notification with the content. In this way it is even possible to spoof the entire chat.

Figure 14: Sending Messages To Myself
on Behalf of Someone Else.

The whole conversation will then look like this:

Figure 15: Sending Messages To Myself
on Behalf of Someone Else

Attack 3: Send a Private Message in a Chat Group But When The Recipient Replies, The Whole Group Sees It.

In this attack, it is possible to send a message in a group chat that only a specific person will see, though if he replies to this message, the entire group will see his reply.

In this way it is possible to manipulate a certain member of the group and ‘trip them up’ in order to have them reveal information to the group that they may otherwise not want them to know.

We found this attack vector while we reversed the Android mobile app. In this instance, we found that if the attacker manipulates a simple message in the group, such as “We are the team”, we will actually find this message in ‘/data/data/com.whatsapp/databases/msgstore.db’ database – as seen below.

Figure 16: Sending a Private Message in the Group Chat

We will find this message in ‘/data/data/com.whatsapp/databases/msgstore.db’ database

Then, if we open the conversation on a mobile phone by using the sqlite3 client and issue the following command:

SELECT * FROM messages;

We will see the following data:

Figure 17: Manipulation of the Database

In order to send a message to the group, but restrict it to only a specific group member, we have to set his number under the ‘remote_resourceparameter.

The trick here is to simply change the ‘key_from_me parameter from 0 to 1

Having done this, we will then run the following command and update the key_from_me and the data:

update messages set key_from_me=1,data=”We, all know what have you done!” where _id=2493;

The attacker needs to then close and reopen his WhatsApp to force the application to send the new message. After doing so, the result will be as below:

Notice that only the victim received the message?

If the victim writes something as a response, everybody in the group will get his response, but if he will reply to the message only he will see the replied content and all the others will see the original message…!!

WhatsApp Encryption Explained

Source code: https://github.com/romanzaikin/BurpExtension-WhatsApp-Decryption-CheckPoint

Let’s start with WhatsApp Web. Before generating the QR code, WhatsApp Web generates a Public and Private Key that is used for encryption and decryption.

Figure 23: Private and Public Key of the Conversation

Let’s call our private Key ‘priv_key_list’ and our public Key ‘pub_key_list.

These keys were created by using curve25519_donna by using random 32 bytes.

Figure 24: Encryption Process Curve25519

To decrypt the data we will start to create a decryption code. This will take the private key from WhatsApp Web instead of the random bytes because we need to have the same keys in order to decrypt the data:

self.conn_data[“private_key”] = curve25519.Private(“”.join([chr(x) for x in priv_key_list]))
self.conn_data[“public_key”]  = self.conn_data[“private_key”].get_public()

assert (self.conn_data[“public_key”].serialize() == “”.join([chr(x) for x in pub_key_list]))

Then, after the QR code is created, after scanning it with a phone we can send the following information to Whatsapp Web over a websocket:

Figure 25: The Secret Key From WebSocket

The most important parameter here is secret which then passes to setSharedSecret. This will divide the secret into multiply parts and configure all the cryptographic functions we need in order to decrypt the WhatsApp traffic.

First, we can see that there is a translation from String ‘e’ into Array and some slices which divide the secret into two parts: ‘n’, which is the first 32 bytes and ‘a’, which is the characters from 64th byte to the end of the ‘t’.

Figure 26: Getting the SharedSecret

And if we dive into the function’ ‘E.SharedSecret’, we can see that it uses two parameters which were the first 32 bytes and the private key from the QR generation:

Figure 27: Getting the SharedSecret

Following this, we can then update our python code and add the following line:

self.conn_data[“shared_secret”] = self.conn_data[“private_key”].get_shared_key(curve25519.Public(self.conn_data[“secret”][:32]), lambda key: key)

Next we have the expended which is 80 bytes:

Figure 28: Extending the SharedSecret

By diving in we can see that the function uses the HKDF function. So we found function ‘pyhkdf’ and use it in our code to expend the key in the same way that WhatsApp did:

shared_expended = self.conn_data[“shared_secret_ex”] = HKDF(self.conn_data[“shared_secret”], 80)

We next have the hmac validation function which takes the expended data as parameter ‘e’ and divides it into 3 parameters:

  • i – the first 32 bytes of shared_expended
  • r – 32 bytes from the 32 byte
  • o – 16 bytes from the 64 byte

There is also the parameter, ‘s’, which is a concatenation of the parameter ‘n’ and ‘a’, from the function before which forms part of our secret.

Figure 29: HmacSha256

Then the function HmacSha256 will be called with the parameter ‘r’ and it will sign the data with the parameter ‘s’, after that ‘n’ we will receive the hmac verifier which will be compared to ‘r’, which is a slice of ‘t’ from 32byte to 64 bytes, and ‘t’ is our secret in the array format, as seen previously.

Figure 30: Checking the validity of the messages

In python it will look like this:

check_hmac = HmacSha256(shared_expended[32:64], self.conn_data[“secret”][:32] + self.conn_data[“secret”][64:]) if check_hmac != self.conn_data[“secret”][32:64]:
raise ValueError(“Error hmac mismatch”)

The last encryption related function in this block is ‘aesCbcDecrypt’ which uses the parameter ‘s’ which is a concatenation between the data from byte 64 to the end of expended shared and the data from  byte 64 of the secret, and ‘i’ which is the first 32bytes of expended shared.

Figure 31: Getting the AES key and the MAC key

The result is the decrypted key which we will use later. So, if we translate the code it will look like this:

keysDecrypted = AESDecrypt(shared_expended[:32], shared_expended[64:] + self.conn_data[“secret”][64:]) After the decryption, we will have new ‘t’ which is the  first 32 bytes, which is the encryption key, and the next 32 bytes, which is the mac key:

self.conn_data[“key”][“aes_key”] = keysDecrypted[:32]
self.conn_data[“key”][“mac_key”] = keysDecrypted[32:64]

The whole code will then look like this:

self.conn_data[“private_key”] = curve25519.Private(“”.join([chr(x) for x in priv_key_list]))
self.conn_data[“public_key”]  = self.conn_data[“private_key”].get_public()

assert (self.conn_data[“public_key”].serialize() == “”.join([chr(x) for x in pub_key_list]))

self.conn_data[“secret”] = base64.b64decode(ref_dict[“secret”])
self.conn_data[“shared_secret”] = self.conn_data[“private_key”].get_shared_key(curve25519.Public(self.conn_data[“secret”][:32]), lambda key: key)

shared_expended = self.conn_data[“shared_secret_ex”] = HKDF(self.conn_data[“shared_secret”], 80)

check_hmac = HmacSha256(shared_expended[32:64], self.conn_data[“secret”][:32] + self.conn_data[“secret”][64:])

if check_hmac != self.conn_data[“secret”][32:64]:
raise ValueError(“Error hmac mismatch”)

keysDecrypted = AESDecrypt(shared_expended[:32], shared_expended[64:] + self.conn_data[“secret”][64:])

self.conn_data[“key”][“aes_key”] = keysDecrypted[:32]
self.conn_data[“key”][“mac_key”] = keysDecrypted[32:64]

So, after we have the code that can regenerate all the encryption parameters needed we can continue to the decryption process.

To do that we start with capturing a message:

Figure 32: The Encrypted Incoming Message

As you can see, the message is split into two parts: the tag and the data. We will use the following function to decrypt the message:

def decrypt_incoming_message(self, message):
message = base64.b64decode(message)
message_parts = message.split(“,”, 1)
self.message_tag = message_parts[0]
content = message_parts[1]

check_hmac = hmac_sha256(self.conn_data[“mac_key”], content[32:])
if check_hmac != content[:32]:
raise ValueError(“Error hmac mismatch”)

self.decrypted_content = AESDecrypt(self.conn_data[“aes_key”], content[32:])
self.decrypted_seralized_content = whastsapp_read(self.decrypted_content, True)

return self.decrypted_seralized_content

As you can see, we receive the data in base64 format in order to copy the Unicode data easily, In Burp we can encode the data to base64 by simply pressing ctrl+b and pass it to the function decrypt_incomping_message. This function splits the tag from the content and checks if our key can decrypt the data by comparing the hmac_sha256(self.conn_data[“mac_key“], content[32:]) with content[:32].

If everything fits we can continue to the AES decryption step which uses our aes key and the content from the 32byte.

This content contains first the IV ,which is in size of aes block size, and then the actual data:

self.decrypted_content = AESDecrypt(self.conn_data[“aes_key”], content[32:])

The output of this function will be a protobuf, which looks like this:

Figure 33: The Decrypted Message with Protobuf

In order to translate it to json we will use the ‘whatsapp_read function.

WhatsApp Encryption Explained (Decrypt Incoming Message):

In order to decrypt a message, we first have to understand how the WhatsApp protocol works so we started by debugging the function e.decrypt:

Figure 34: ReadNode Function

This function will trigger readNode which has the following code:

Figure 35: ReadNode Function

We translated all the code to python to represent the same function which looks like this:

This code first reads a byte from the stream and moves it to char_data. It then tries to read the list size of the incoming stream by using the function read_list_size.

Then we got another byte which we will call token_byte that will be passed to read_string and looks like this:

Figure 36: ReadString Function

This code uses getToken and passes our parameter as a position in the token array:

Figure 37: getToken Function

This is the first item whatsapp sends in the communication, then we translated all the functions in the function readString and continued with the debugging:

Next you can see the function ‘readAttributes’ in the function readNode:

Figure 38: readAttribues function

This function just continues to read more bytes from the stream and parse them via the same token list we saw before when we parsed the “action” token, which will look like this:

So the second parameter that WhatsApp sends is the actual action to the messenger where we can see that WhatsApp sent {add:”replay”} which means a new message arrived.

Basically we will continue with the code until we get to the end of readNode which will give us the three parts of the message that was sent:

  1. some token
  2. some token attributes
  3. the encoded protobuf message

So, until this point we got the first and the second part easily by rewriting all the functions to python, which is very straight forward.

Figure 39: Decrypted Array

Next we have to deal with the third parameter which is the protobuf and decrypt it.

To get the protobuf we can look at the protobuf scheme implemented by Whatsapp and just copy it into a clean .proto file which can be obtained from here:

Figure 40: protobuf

The indexes can be also copied from Whatsapp protobuf schema and compiled to python protobuf file by using:

Then we can translate the protobuf to json easily by using the python functions generated by the protobuf…

…and the result will look like this:

Figure 41: Decrypted Data

After implementing that inside our extensions we were able to decrypt the communication:

Figure 42: Using Our Extension to Decrypt the Data

WhatsApp Encryption Explained (Encrypt Incoming Message)

The encryption process is pretty much the same as the encryption but in the opposite order, so this time we will reverse the writeNode function:

Figure 43: writeNode function

Which is implemented like this:

Figure 44: writeNode function

As you can see this time we already have the token and the token attributes which we have to translate to its position in the token lists, and then just reimplement all the function in the same way as we did in the readNode:

The code is very straight forward; first we check if the node we got is in length of three. Then we multiply the number of token attributes by two and pass it to writeListStart which will write the start of the list character and then the list size (the same thing that we saw in readNode):

After we have the start list we will get into writeString which performs the same thing as readString, as you can see “action” translated to ten which is “action” position in the tokens index and so on:

Figure 45: writeToken function

We translated the code and all the functions, which look like the below:

then the code go into writeAttributes which will translate the attributes and from then to writeChildren which will translate the actual data.

Figure 46: writeChildren function

We  translated this function which looks like the below:

This way we build the data back, so our code that decrypts and encrypts the messages will look like this:

To simplify the encryption process we changed the actual writeChildren function and added another instance type to make the encryption simpler:

The result is the encryption and decryption of incoming data.
To decrypt outgoing data please see code our github:

https://github.com/romanzaikin/BurpExtension-WhatsApp-Decryption-CheckPoint


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ภาพเจ้ากรรมจากทวิตเตอร์ Infographic_ksa (ที่มา: Twitter/ Infographic_ksa)

คอมมอนดรีมส์รายงานว่าเกิดความตึงเครียดครั้งใหม่ระหว่างซาอุดิอาระเบียกับแคนาดา  หลังวันจันทร์ที่ผ่านมา (6 ส.ค. 2561) รัฐมนตรีกระทรวงการต่างประเทศของแคนาดาประณามการจับกุมคุมขังผู้ต่อต้านรัฐบาลและนักสิทธิมนุษยชนโดยทางการซาอุฯ ทำให้มีการโต้ตอบในเรื่องนี้ผ่านทวิตเตอร์โดยบัญชีผู้ใช้ที่มีส่วนเกี่ยวข้องกับรัฐบาลซาอุฯ ผู้ใช้งานที่ชื่อ Infographic_ksa เผยแพร่ภาพที่ดูเหมือนการข่มขู่ว่าจะก่อเหตุใช้เครื่องบินพุ่งชนอาคารในเมืองโตรอนโตของแคนาดาแบบเดียวกับเหตุการณ์เครื่องบินชนตึกเวิลด์เทรดเซ็นเตอร์เมื่อ 11 ก.ย. 2544 หรือที่รู้จักกันในชื่อไนน์วันวัน เหตุการณ์ในครั้งนั้นมีผู้เสียชีวิตจำนวนมากและในนั้นมีชาวแคนาดาอยู่ด้วย 26 คน

แม้ว่าต่อมาผู้ใช้รายดังกล่าวจะลบภาพออกและขอโทษแล้ว แต่ความไม่พอใจก็ได้กระจายออกไปเป็นวงกว้าง ทั้งนี้ Infographic_ksa ยังคงกลับมาเผยแพร่ภาพอีกครั้งในรูปแบบที่ตัดเครื่องบินออกไป โดยยังคงรูปฉากหลังเป็นหอคอยซีเอ็นและยังคงข้อความในเชิงขู่แคนาดาไว้ ข้อความส่วนล่างของภาพระบุว่า "ใครก็ตามที่เข้ามายุ่งกับสิ่งที่ไม่เกี่ยวกับเขา จะต้องเจอกับสิ่งที่เขาไม่พึงปรารถนา" ซึ่งอ้างว่านำมาจากสุภาษิตของอาหรับ

Infographic_ksa ระบุโต้ตอบกลับว่าผู้เห็นข้อความนี้ส่วนใหญ่ตีความผิดไป พวกเขายืนยันว่าเครื่องบินสายการบินแคนาดาที่บินตรงไปที่ซีเอ็นทาวเวอร์เป็นการสื่อถึงการขับไล่เอกอัครราชทูตแคนาดาประจำกรุงริยาดออกจากซาอุฯ ซึ่งเป็นเหตุการณ์ที่เกิดขึ้นเมื่อวันที่ 6 ส.ค. เช่นกัน อย่างไรก็ตามกระทรวงสื่อของซาอุดิอาระเบียได้สั่งปิดบัญชีผู้ใช้รายนี้และบอกว่าจะสืบสวนสอบสวนในเรื่องนี้ต่อไป

ซาอุดิอาระเบียสั่งขับไล่เอคอัครราชทูตแคนาดา เดนนิส โฮรัก โดยบอกให้ออกจากประเทศภายใน 24 ชั่วโมง เพื่อเป็นการโต้ตอบที่รัฐมนตรีต่างประเทศแคนาดาวิจารณ์เรื่องความฉาวโฉ่ด้านการละเมิดสิทธิมนุษยชนของซาอุฯ และยังสั่งระงับไม่ให้มีเครื่องบินเดินทางเข้าออกระหว่างเมืองโตรอนโตกับซาอุฯ ด้วย

รูปภาพเชิงขู่ของ Infographic_ksa มีการเผยแพร่ต่อและวิพากษ์วิจารณ์ไปทั่วจากสื่อและนักวิจารณ์ท้้งในแคนาดาและที่อื่นๆ ของโลก พวกเขาไม่ประทับใจจากคำชี้แจงและขอโทษของซาอุฯ นอกจากนี้ยังมีการเน้นเรื่องที่ว่าผู้ก่อการร้าย 15 รายจาก 19 รายที่ก่อเหตุ 9/11 เป็นชาวซาอุฯ

ซาอุฯ เป็นประเทศที่ได้รับการสนับสนุนด้านอาวุธจากประเทศตะวันตกหลายประเทศ ทั้งสหรัฐฯ อังกฤษ รวมถึงแคนาดาด้วย เบน นอร์ตัน นักข่าวและโปรดิวเซอร์จากสื่อเดอะเรียลนิวส์ระบุว่าส่วนหนึ่งที่ทำให้ซาอุฯ เป็นเช่นนี้ก็เพราะประเทศตะวันตกเองด้วย ทั้งจากการที่สหรัฐฯ และสหราชอาณาจักรค้าอาวุธให้ซาอุฯ เอาไปใช้สร้างความโหดร้ายในเยเมน ทั้งยังยังวิจารณ์เรื่องที่โดนัลด์ ทรัมป์ ประธานาธิบดีสหรัฐฯ สานสัมพันธ์กับราชวงศ์ซาอุฯ และสื่อของกลุ่มบรรษัทต่างๆ ก็มักยกยอปอปั้นมกุฏราชกุมารโมฮัมเหม็ด บิน ซัลมาน แห่งซาอุดีอาระเบีย ที่นอร์ตันระบุว่าเป็นเผด็จการ

ในขณะที่แคนาดาและซาอุฯ มีความขัดแย้งกันรอบล่าสุด ทางการสหรัฐฯ ก็ออกแถลงการณ์แสดงท่าทีว่าพวกเขาไม่ได้หนุนหลังแคนาดาในกรณีนี้  ทั้งๆ ที่ ซาอุฯ ไม่ได้เป็นพันธมิตรในเชิงสนธิสัญญาใดๆ ร่วมกับสหรัฐฯ เลย ขณะที่แคนาดาเป็นสมาชิกร่วมขององค์การสนธิสัญญาแอตแลนติกเหนือหรือนาโต สื่อคอมอมนดรีมส์ตั้งข้อสังเกตอีกว่าทรัมป์มีความกระตือรือร้นในการที่จะโอบรับซาอุฯ มากกว่าประธานาธิบดีคนอื่นๆ ที่ผ่านมาในอดีต

ขณะที่เบอร์นี แซนเดอร์ส วุฒิสมาชิกสหรัฐฯ ที่มีภาพลักษณ์เป็นสายก้าวหน้าบอกว่าพฤติกรรมของซาอุฯ เป็นสิ่งที่ "อุกอาจ" และเน้นว่าควรจะมีการวิพากษ์วิจารณ์การละเมิดสิทธิมนุษยชนของซาอุฯ ซึ่งเป็นประเทศที่ได้รับการสนับสนุนจากสหรัฐฯ

ถึงแม้ว่าซาอุฯ จะโต้ตอบทางการทูตด้วยการระงับการค้ากับแคนาดาและเรียกตัวนักเรียนทุนชาวซาอุฯ ราว 16,000 รายในแคนาดากลับประเทศ อย่างไรก็ตามทางการแคนาดาก็ไม่ยอมถอย คริสเทีย ฟรีแลนด์ รัฐมนตรีต่างประเทศของแคนาดาแถลงว่า "แคนาดาจะยืนหยัดคุ้มครองสิทธิมนุษยชน รวมถึงสิทธิสตรีและเสรีภาพในการแสดงความคิดเห็นทั่วโลก"

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    Bloomberg explores land use in the United States with a series of low-resolution maps that become more and more like infographics in the shape of the lower 48 states. It’s a revealing look at the big picture, with some surprises: 41 percent of U.S. land is used to feed livestock.
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    By JAnstee (WMF) [CC BY-SA 3.0 ], from Wikimedia CommonsNo, HR compliance today. Just some HR, hiring, and the start of a little dialogue between us. Here’s where I’m going with this. Last night, I read a new CareerBuilder survey about how most employers expect to hire more permanent, full-time employees before the end of the year. If you’re an infographics person like me, it’s all right here. What caught my eye are the perks that employers would offer to stand out from the crowd. Most of you know that I work at the nation’s first and world’s largest cloud-based distributed law firm partnership. Indeed, one-quarter of employers polled said that they would offer remote-working arrangements as a perk. Here’s a complete list of the top perks. I was going to post a poll to get a sense of what your business plans to do in the back half of 2018. But, then I had a better idea. Over on LinkedIn, I’ve started a…
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    Learn five signs that your supplier may not be committed to helping your business make changes for the better. The right supplier acts as a valuable partner who's up on relevant industry trends, who focuses on efficiency and productivity, and who brings extra value to every transaction.
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              State of Security for Open Source Web Applications 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

    Infographic highlighting the State of Security for Open Source Web Applications 2018Each year, we publish a set of statistics summarizing the vulnerabilities we find in open source web applications. Our tests form part of Netsparker's quality assurance practices, during which we scan thousands of web applications and websites. This helps us to add to our security checks and continuously improve the scanner's accuracy.

    This blog post includes statistics based on security research conducted throughout 2017. But first, we take a look at why we care about open source applications, and the damage that can be caused for enterprises when they go wrong.

    Why Do Workplaces Use Open Source Software?

    The reason for the rise in popularity of open source software in the business world is financial: your enterprise is getting great software for free. Some enterprises resonate with the open source philosophy of collaboration and giving back. This helps explain why big companies like Twitter, Tumblr, Netflix and Pinterest use and advocate for open source.

    Netsparker has a natural interest in the security aspect of open source software, and also a very question; since the source code of open source projects is publically available, does that make these applications more or less secure than proprietary or closed software?

    What Happens When Open Source Goes Wrong?

    The global average cost of a data breach in 2017 was $3.62 million. In May to July of 2017, Equifax suffered a massive cyber-security breach, with attackers accessing hundreds of millions of customers' personal data. Although they announced this breach in September 2017, Equifax was informed in 2016 that their website was vulnerable, and was even told which vulnerabilities to check.

    Hackers exploiting open source Apache Struts vulnerabilities were blamed for the Equifax breach. Although a deserialization vulnerability in the REST plugin of Apache Struts was initially blamed, an OGNL Expression Injection vulnerability in Struts was found to be the cause for the breach.

    Even though a vast amount of personal data was being exposed due to the Equifax breach, a significantly higher number of users were potentially affected by another security bug in readily available open source software. ROBOT (Return Of Bleichenbacher's Oracle Threat) is a type of attack that revives a 19-year old vulnerability. Bleichenbacher’s RSA vulnerability is still very prevalent in the Internet and affected top domains like Facebook and Paypal, along with many other vendors and open source projects. In December 2017, Netsparker released a hotfix version of our web application security scanner that included ROBOT security checks.

    Why Does Netsparker Care About Open Source?

    One of the best ways to demonstrate the effectiveness of Netsparker web application security scanner is to test it against a wide variety of web applications used on the web. So our security researchers scan a great variety of open source web applications including: shopping carts and e-commerce solutions, social networking web applications, forums and blogs. The complexity of the testing environment increases when you consider the big number of languages used to create web applications, such as: PHP, Java, Ruby on Rails, ASP.NET, Node.JS, Python and other frameworks.

    The only reason – aside from an awesome team of dedicated Security Researchers – that we are able to scan so many web applications and detect so many vulnerabilities across such a wide range, is because automation is at the heart of the Netsparker's web application security scanning technology.

    There are a couple of neat side benefits. Open source applications development teams get free security testing, empowering them to write more secure code. If you'd like to conduct your own, free, automated web application security testing, and read more about how we're huge supporters of the open source community, see our offer of Free Online Web Security Scans For Open Source Projects.

    What Did Netsparker Discover About the State of Open Source Security In 2017?

    What Is The Most Prolific Vulnerability in Open Source Applications?

    The most predominant vulnerability discovered in open source web applications was Reflected XSS. This accounted for almost 70% of the overall number of reported vulnerabilities. All kinds of Cross-site Scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities ranked as number seven in the OWASP Top 10 List for 2017.

    How Many Web Applications Did We Scan in 2017?

    • The total number of web applications we tested and scanned in 2017 was 154, an increase of over 48% from our last report
    • The most popular web application frameworks or languages in which scanned apps were developed are PHP (124), .NET (14) and Java (10)
    • The most popular back-end database servers used by these scanned applications were MySQL (86), Microsoft SQL Server (13)

    How Many Web Applications Did We Scan in 2017?

    What Were the Vulnerability Findings for 2017?

    What is of most interest to us is the numbers of vulnerabilities we found in these web applications.

    • The number of vulnerable web applications was 59. This is over 38% of all the web applications we tested.
    • The total number of vulnerabilities Netsparker identified in these open source sites was 346.

    Which Vulnerability Types Were Detected?

    The web application vulnerabilities Netsparker discovered are listed in the table below.

    Vulnerability Name Total Occurrences Severity Level
    Reflected Cross-site Scripting (XSS) 240 High Severity
    Frame Injection 29 Medium Severity
    SQL Injection 24 Critical Severity
    Stored Cross-site Scripting (XSS) 15 High Severity
    Blind SQL Injection 14 Critical Severity
    Code Evaluation 6 Critical Severity
    Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) 5 Low Severity
    Open Redirection 5 Medium Severity
    Boolean SQL Injection 3 Critical Severity
    Blind Cross-site Scripting (XSS) 2 High Severity
    Cross-site Scripting (XSS) via Remote File Inclusion (RFI) 1 High Severity
    Server Side Template Injection (SSTI) 1 High Severity
    Document Object Model Cross-site Scripting (DOM XSS) 1 High Severity

    Around 88% of the total vulnerabilities were either of Critical or High Severity. For more information on how Netsparker defines severity levels, see Web Application Vulnerabilities Severities Explained.

    What Were the Vulnerability Findings for 2017?

    How Has the State of Web Application Security Changed Since 2016?

    Compared to our findings from last year's open source testing (see our previous Statistics About the Security State of 104 Open Source Web Applications), it's clear that XSS vulnerabilities remain, by far, the most common type of vulnerability to be found in open source web applications. The reason for this is that developers who are keen to provide rich interaction in modern web applications use JavaScript in the client-side.

    Whereas last year SQL Injection vulnerabilities came in second place, this year Frame Injection vulnerabilities have replaced them. The top development languages, frameworks and database servers remains the same.

    How Has the State of Web Application Security Changed Since 2016?

    What Action Did the Open Source Applications Take?

    If you consult our Web Application Advisories by Netsparker list, you can see that we published 32 advisories in 2017. In addition, there are 28 in pending mode. Of these 32, 28 vendors were contacted. Out of the 59 reported web applications with vulnerabilities, only six were fixed. The number of advisories with multiple vulnerabilities was three.

    Would Your Open Source Project Benefit From Free Web Vulnerability Scans?

    Based on our latest statistics, a randomly-selected web application may include an average of 2.25 vulnerabilities. Developers could eliminate many of these by taking security best practice into account during the SDLC.

    Does your team have time to conduct penetration testing to find them all? And, do you know what to do, to remove the vulnerability, and determine whether it is gone? Would you like to have access to an automated web application security scanning solution that would detect them all – and offer remediation recommendations?

    Netsparker offers Free Online Web Application Security Scans for Open Source Projects. This is our token of appreciation to all the developers in the open source community and Netsparker's way of giving back to you. Open source projects such as OpenCart have already used our free, automated web application security scans with great success. Why not you, too?

    Useful Resources

    Web Application Vulnerabilities Index
    Web Application Advisories by Netsparker
    State of Open Source Web Applications


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              7 razones por las que tus clientes pueden abandonar tu tienda online      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    Cómo evitar que los usuarios abandonen mi tienda online

    Un cliente accede a tu tienda "online", llena su carrito virtual y, a la hora de pagar y sin explicación alguna, abandona la compra. Si parecía que todo iba bien, ¿por qué tu usuario se ha marchado? A pesar de que más del 75% de los clientes de tiendas online abandonan los carritos antes de cerrar sus compras, todavía puedes hacer mucho para evitar que esto te suceda a ti.


    En este artículo te presentamos siete razones muy habituales por las que los usuarios abandonan sus compras "online". Además, te proponemos algunas soluciones para mejorar la experiencia de tus clientes y aumentar tus ventas.

    1. Los gastos de envío no son gratuitos

    Más de la mitad de los clientes abandonan sus compras en la red debido a que los gastos de envío son muy elevados. Este es el motivo por el que durante años, ofrecer gastos de envío gratuitos ha sido lo más habitual en el comercio "online" (9 de cada 10 consumidores afirman que los gastos de envío gratuitos son la primera condición al realizar una compra "online").

    No obstante, los envíos gratuitos que tardan entre 10 y 14 días en ser entregados tampoco están bien valorados, puesto que los clientes priman cada vez más la rapidez en los envíos. Los investigadores han determinado que ofrecer la entrega al día siguiente o en el mismo día supone un mayor incentivo para clientes exigentes, incluso si conlleva un coste adicional.

     

    Los gastos de envío gratuitos pueden incrementar las ventas, pero esto no significa necesariamente que aumenten los beneficios. Si ofrecer gastos de envío gratuitos te genera demasiados costes, entonces puedes establecer una cantidad mínima (por ejemplo, gastos de envío gratuitos a partir de 30 €). Este tipo de margen puede funcionar debido al funcionamiento comprobado de la psicología "online": estamos dispuestos a pagar más de lo previsto si nos estamos ahorrando los gastos de envío.

     

    Si ofreces gastos de envío gratuitos, asegúrate de que lo anuncias de forma clara en tu página web y lo mencionas en cada una de las subpáginas con tus productos.

    2. La descripción de los productos es insuficiente

    Según los distintos estudios que se han realizado, dos de cada tres usuarios abandonan sus carritos ya que solo "están echando un vistazo”. Una razón por la que estas personas no se animan a concluir la compra es que no disponen de suficiente información para decidirse a realizarla.

    Puesto que los clientes no pueden tomar y examinar el producto con sus propias manos, tienes que describirlo con palabras e imágenes precisas y relevantes para convencer a tus visitantes de lo que realmente están comprando.


    Por lo tanto, debes incluir imágenes tomadas desde diferentes ángulos de cada uno de tus productos, indicando la escala si es conveniente.

     

    Si un producto está disponible en diferentes colores, añade fotos de cada variación. Por suerte, con los avances actuales en fotografía y edición de imágenes, no es necesario que contrates a un fotógrafo para obtener fotos de calidad. 

    Asimismo, debes describir tus productos de la forma más detallada posible. Añade las medidas, materiales, durabilidad, origen y características especiales o accesorios. A veces puede resultar aún más interesante si describes la historia del producto o la inspiración para su diseño. Con estas descripciones también ayudarás a optimizar tu página web en los buscadores. Para presentar toda esta información te recomendamos crear una subpágina para cada artículo de tu tienda, de forma que puedes añadir información adicional, imágenes, comentarios, palabras clave para SEO y mucho más.

    3. Tu tienda online no parece fiable

    Los consumidores "online" son cada vez más conscientes de la seguridad y los riesgos que se corren al ofrecer datos personales en la red. Esto se traduce en que serán más escépticos ante tu tienda online si no les ofreces evidencias de fiabilidad.

     

    Afortunadamente, todas las páginas Jimdo están equipadas con tecnología HTTPS, de manera que los datos de tus clientes están seguros. Existen además otros indicadores de confianza que puedes aplicar a tu tienda online:

    • Muestra comentarios de otros clientes reales (Jimdo te ofrece el módulo de libro de visitas para que tus clientes puedan publicar sus comentarios en tu página web)
    • Redacta de forma clara las condiciones y políticas de compra en tu tienda "online", incluyendo cancelaciones y devoluciones, envíos y otros elementos (un apartado de preguntas frecuentes siempre puede resultar muy útil)
    • Utiliza un diseño sencillo para tu página web

    Por otro lado, si tus clientes residen en la Unión Europea, asegúrate de cumplir con las regulaciones en materia de protección de datos del nuevo RGPD.

    4. El proceso de compra es demasiado largo y confuso

    Casi el 30% de los consumidores interrumpen sus compras porque el proceso de compra les resulta muy complicado, por lo que te recomendamos realizar tests de usabilidad en tu web. Siéntate con un amigo y observa cómo avanza a través del proceso de compra en tu página para ver en qué pasos se atasca o qué otros detalles debes mejorar. A continuación te presentamos algunos consejos para ofrecer un proceso de compra sencillo y fiable:

    • Reduce el número de subpáginas por las que un cliente tiene que navegar para finalizar su compra
    • Solicita a tus clientes solo la información esencial para completar sus pedidos y marca el resto de campos como no obligatorios
    • Facilita el acceso a tu política de desistimiento, tu información de contacto y otros detalles que consideres relevantes

    Las tiendas Jimdo muestran automáticamente el símbolo del carrito en la esquina superior derecha. Asimismo, en el proceso de compra los clientes pueden eliminar productos o cambiar la cantidad de unidades con un solo clic, características que facilitan la navegación por tu tienda online.

    5. El servicio al cliente es insuficiente

    En una tienda física, el consumidor puede acercarse al mostrador para preguntar sobre una camiseta y obtiene una respuesta inmediata. Los clientes "online" no reciben en la mayoría de los casos este nivel de servicio y pueden marcharse de tu tienda muy frustrados si no encuentran respuestas a sus dudas.

    Asegúrate de que tus clientes reciben la información que necesitan de la forma más fácil posible, mostrando claramente tus datos de contacto (el pie de página siempre es una opción muy recomendable para ello). Añadir un apartado de preguntas frecuentes también es una buena idea, ya que te permite establecer una lista de preguntas y respuestas sobre envíos, cancelaciones y condiciones en tu tienda.

     

    Jimdo también ofrece la app Live Chat para iOS y Android. Con esta aplicación, recibes una notificación al instante cuando un cliente te escribe desde la ventana de chat en tu página web. Por lo tanto, tus usuarios reciben el mismo nivel de atención personalizado que obtendrían si estuviesen comprando en un comercio tradicional.

    6. Los cambios y devoluciones no son gratuitos

    Los estudios sobre comercio minorista demuestran que las devoluciones y los cambios gratuitos animan a los clientes a finalizar sus compras casi tanto como los gastos de envío gratuitos. Si tus clientes saben que ofreces cambios y devoluciones sin coste adicional, puedes disminuir el porcentaje de abandonos en tu tienda y aumentar tus ventas.

     

    Una investigación realizada por la universidad de Texas ha analizado recientemente los resultados de 21 estudios y ha resuelto que las políticas de devolución más tolerantes tuvieron como resultado mayores devoluciones, aunque éstas estuvieron relacionadas fuertemente con un incremento de las ventas.

     

    Si te decides por no ofrecer devoluciones gratuitas, entonces deberías hacer todo lo posible para que el proceso de devolución resulte lo menos complicado posible para el cliente. Proporciónale unas instrucciones de devolución claras, detallando los pasos a seguir. Ofrece también a tus clientes un mayor plazo para poder devolver los artículos, ya que de esta forma los consumidores tienden a querer conservarlo.

    7. Tu tienda 'online' no anima al cliente a volver

    Es muy importante hacer un seguimiento de los clientes que abandonan una web, y muy pocas tiendas online lo hacen. El cliente casi ha realizado una compra, lo que significa que, al fin y al cabo, estaba interesado en tu producto. Según un informe de SeeWhy, tres cuartas partes de todos los usuarios que abandonan las tiendas "online" intentan regresar para completar la compra, por lo que es conveniente que los clientes recuerden tu marca.

     

    Las empresas empiezan a ver las compras abandonadas no como una venta perdida, sino como una señal de interés del consumidor. Así, por ejemplo, enviarle posteriormente newsletters con ofertas especiales o recordatorios de producto puede incentivar al cliente a mantener tu tienda "online" en su retina y regresar a ella en cualquier momento.

     


    Aunque nunca va a ser posible convertir a todos los visitantes en clientes, existen muchos pasos que puedes dar para aumentar tus ventas. Además, todas las posibilidades para rescatar las compras abandonadas pueden traducirse en una mejor experiencia de compra para tus usuarios.

    Marcos de Barros
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    Eager to tell us all how much better the new Galaxy note 9 is compared with its predecessor, Samsung just released a handy infographic showcasing all the minute and major hardware differences between the two.

    We've already tackled how the Galaxy Note 9 compares against the iPhone X and the LG G7 ThinQ, but it's always best when the manufacturer itself comes up with a cool-looking infographic showcasing all the differences in a well-thought table.

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    And the farce goes on...

    Tesla stock is trading higher after hours following reports from CNBC that the board of directors of the carmaker plan to meet with financial advisors next week to formalize a process to explore CEO Elon Musk’s offer to take the company private.

    In additional reporting they note that the board is likely to tell Musk to recuse himself as the company prepares to review his proposal.

    Taking the company private at $420 a share would value it around $71 billion.

    A Barclays note said such a buyout would require about $70 billion: roughly $60 billion for equity and about $10 billion to take out debt. The note said, "With 145 million shares, a buyout at $420/share would require $60 billion to take out all public shareholders. Even with the Saudi fund taking a 3 percent to 5 percent stake, that leaves a large funding gap. And credit markets may not be that receptive."

    Such a deal would represent the largest leveraged buyout in history, surpassing the $45 billion acquisition of the Texas energy giant TXU (Energy Future Holdings) in 2007, which eventually went bankrupt.

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    The Board has reportedly told Musk he needs his own separate set of advisers.

     


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    Authored by Michael Snyder via The Economic Collapse blog,

    America, you officially have a debt problem, and I am not just talking about the national debt. 

    Consumer bankruptcies are surging, corporate debt has doubled since the last financial crisis, state and local government debt loads have never been higher, and the federal government has been adding more than a trillion dollars a year to the federal debt ever since Barack Obama entered the White House. 

    We have been on the greatest debt binge in human history, and it has enabled us to enjoy our ridiculously high standard of living for far longer than we deserved.  Many of us have been sounding the alarm about our debt problem for a very long time, but now even the mainstream news is freaking out about it.  I have a feeling that they just want something else to hammer President Trump over the head with, but they are actually speaking the truth when they say that we are facing an unprecedented debt crisis.

    For example, the New York Times just published a piece that discussed the fact that the bankruptcy rate among retirees is about three times higher than it was in 1991…

    For a rapidly growing share of older Americans, traditional ideas about life in retirement are being upended by a dismal reality: bankruptcy.

    The signs of potential trouble — vanishing pensions, soaring medical expenses, inadequate savings — have been building for years. Now, new research sheds light on the scope of the problem: The rate of people 65 and older filing for bankruptcy is three times what it was in 1991, the study found, and the same group accounts for a far greater share of all filers.

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    Overall, Baby Boomers are doing a whole lot better financially than the generations coming after them, and so this is very troubling news.

    And here is another very troubling fact from that same article

    Not only are more older people seeking relief through bankruptcy, but they also represent a widening slice of all filers: 12.2 percent of filers are now 65 or older, up from 2.1 percent in 1991.

    The jump is so pronounced, the study says, that the aging of the baby boom generation cannot explain it.

    Of course it isn’t just Baby Boomers that are drowning in debt.

    Collectively, U.S. households are 13.15 trillion dollars in debt, which is the highest level in American history.

    All over the nation, companies are also going bankrupt at a staggering pace.  This week we learned that the biggest mattress retailer in the entire country “Is considering a potential bankruptcy filing”

    Mattress Firm Inc, the largest U.S. mattress retailer, is considering a potential bankruptcy filing as it seeks ways to get out of costly store leases and shut some of its 3,000 locations that are losing money, people familiar with the matter said.

    Mattress Firm’s deliberations offer the latest example of a U.S. brick-and-mortar retailer struggling financially amid competition from e-commerce firms such as Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O).

    We have seen retailer after retailer go down, and it is being projected that this will be the worst year for retail store closings ever.

    But it isn’t just retailers that are hurting.  Yesterday, I came across an article about a television manufacturer in South Carolina that just had to lay off “94 percent of their workforce”

    A TV manufacturer based in South Carolina have blamed Trump’s trade tariffs for laying off 94 percent of their workforce.

    Element Electronics now has just eight employees in their company after letting 126 members of staff go.

    They said the tariffs imposed on goods from China mean they can no longer buy essential components for their TVs.

    During this next economic downturn, I believe that we are going to see the biggest wave of corporate bankruptcies that this country has ever seen.

    State and local governments don’t go bankrupt, but they are drowning in debt as well.  State and local government debt has ballooned to the highest levels on record in recent years, and one of the big reasons for this is because we are facing a coming pension crisis that threatens to absolutely overwhelm us

    Many cities and states can no longer afford the unsustainable retirement promises made to millions of public workers over many years. By one estimate they are short $5 trillion, an amount that is roughly equal to the output of the world’s third-largest economy.

    Certain pension funds face the prospect of insolvency unless governments increase taxes, divert funds or persuade workers to relinquish money they are owed. It is increasingly likely that retirees, as well as new workers, will be forced to take deeper benefit cuts.

    Meanwhile, the federal government continues to engage in incredibly reckless financial behavior.  When Barack Obama was elected, we were 10 trillion dollars in debt, and now we are 21 trillion dollars in debt.

    What that means is that we have been adding more than a trillion dollars to the national debt per year since 2008, and we continue to steal more than 100 million dollars every single hour of every single day from future generations of Americans.

    And even though the Republicans have been in control in Washington, very few of our leaders seem to want to alter the trajectory that we are on.  But if something is not done, absolute disaster is a certainty.  At this point, it is being projected that our debt will reach 30 trillion dollars by 2028 if we stay on this current path.  It would be difficult to overstate the grave danger that we are facing, but nothing is being done to turn things around.  Here are some more projections from the Congressional Budget Office

    In 2022, the Highway Trust Fund will run out of full funding. In 2026, the Medicare Hospital Insurance Trust Fund follows. In 2032, the Social Security trust fund surpluses run dry, and all beneficiaries regardless of age or income level will face a 21 percent across-the-board benefit cut. Before 2030, we could have trillion-dollar annual interest payments. Interest rates have been low until now, but that is changing. As rates go up, we have to pay more on new debt and on all accumulated debt.

    The amount we pay in interest on the debt is set to triple over the next ten years. But if interest rates rise just 1 point higher than expected, the government will owe an extra $1.9 trillion over 10 years.

    On top of everything else, everyone else around the world has been on a massive debt binge as well.

    Total global debt is well above 200 trillion dollars, and it has nearly quadrupled over the past 17 years.

    Are you starting to understand why they call this a “debt bubble”?

    Unfortunately, all debt bubbles must burst eventually, and the one that we are in right now is definitely on borrowed time.


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    Bloomberg reports that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is intensifying its scrutiny of Tesla's public statements in the wake of Elon Musk's tweet Tuesday about taking the electric-car company private. "funding secured."

    Additionally, SEC enforcement attorneys in the San Francisco office were already gathering general information about Tesla’s public pronouncements on manufacturing goals and sales targets, according to the people who asked not to be named because the review is private.

    All the gains from yesterday's exuberant tweet and headline-fest are gone.

    Bloomberg notes that the SEC inquiry is preliminary and won’t necessarily lead to anything more formal.

    Tesla still hasn’t disclosed any sources of financing for the deal and no one has stepped forward publicly to say they’re backing the plan.

    Once again Tesla bonds were right first...

    For some context as to just how large and unprecedented this 'deal' would be...

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