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          Steganos Safe 20.0.0 Revision 12366 Multilingual      Cache   Translate Page      
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Encrypt your private data. Steganos Safe is a standalone module of Steganos Security Suite, designed for users who want or need strong data encryption for their laptops and PCs. Steganos Safe is an intuitive piece of kit that you can use to create safes on your computer, in order to protect sensitive data from pry eyes.


          New Market Study of Mobile Encryption Market By Top Players Like BlackBerry Ltd. (Ontario, Canada), CSG, Inc. (Washington, US), Certes Networks, Inc. (Pennsylvania, US), Check Point Software Technologies Report Forecast 2023      Cache   Translate Page      
New Market Study of Mobile Encryption Market By Top Players Like BlackBerry Ltd. (Ontario, Canada), CSG, Inc. (Washington, US), Certes Networks, Inc. (Pennsylvania, US), Check Point Software Technologies Report Forecast 2023 ​The Global Mobile Encryption Market is likewise explored in terms of production rates as specified by different regions. The mobile encryption market size is expected to grow from USD 761.4 Million in 2017 to USD 2,917.9 Million by 2022, at

          Rabobank: Enhancing the Online Banking Experience with Elasticsearch      Cache   Translate Page      

With nearly 900 branches spanning 50 countries, Rabobank is a leading global financial provider. And like many other big banks, they’ve built a powerful financial transaction system on top of mainframes. But storing that data is only the beginning. Rabobank needs to be able to find and serve up years worth of financial data in real time to all their customers, all while maintaining PSD2 compliance. While great for transactional operations, mainframes aren’t ideal for handling complicated search requirements. And with over 10 millions customers — some with thousands of accounts — solving this problem with a mainframe can be very costly.

It was around this need for a powerful search solution that Team Fortress was created. Forming in late 2016, Team Fortress is a four person team, led by René Bouw. Their objective was to improve the delivery of payment and savings transactions for Rabobank’s customers. They did so by dramatically increasing the amount of transaction history data that customers could view and save. Before the project began, Rabobank customers were only able to retrieve transaction data from one account at a time, and only as far back as 16 months. For anything older than 16 months, customers had to go to their local branch to request an access to the data, which incurred additional charges. For the project to be considered a success, Rabobank needed customers to be able to search through all their accounts at once, as far back as 8 years. That’s a big ask for a mainframe, but not for Elasticsearch.

After running a POC using the open source Elastic Stack, Rabobank decided to purchase a commercial subscription. Indeed, while the powerful search functionality that Rabobank needed was available in open source, the security features available with a commercial subscription — like encryption (TLS) authentication and logging audit data — were essential to be compliant with the bank industry security requirements.

They developed an architecture that allowed them to pull transactional information from their mainframes into both a data store and Elasticsearch, with the Elasticsearch data being limited to 8 years of retention. This also allowed Rabobank to maintain the transactional speed of their mainframe system while also making dramatic search improvements for the users. Speed changes were noticed immediately.

“The speed is impressive according to all users we ask, including myself. Some technical people even double check the results, because 'that can't be true, that fast and accurate'. But it is.” — René Bouw, Product owner and solution architect of Team Fortress, Rabobank.

Not only is Rabobank searching faster than ever, they’re searching through more data than ever. With over 23 billion transactions spanning 80TB of data, Rabobank sees upwards of 200 events per second — over 10 million per day. And each query can span thousands of accounts, with corporate customers having over 5,000 accounts that they can now query at once. And being able to do all of this without adding any extra operations to their costly mainframes  has helped save them millions of euros per year. Today, all front-end applications use Elasticsearch for search or for aggregating payment and saving transactions.

Knowing that the Elastic Stack is also great for logging and metrics, Team Fortress also developed a monitoring solution using Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana to monitor all of the components of their data store solution. Using the Elastic Stack, they can monitor the CPU, memory usage, logs, errors messages, and more from all of the applications in their solution as well as the virtual machines running the applications. They use customised dashboards for the machines and drill-down dashboards for the applications. They also use the Elastic Stack alerting functionality to let them know about problems the moment they pop up. Said Bouw, “We have never missed an incident yet. We chose Elastic because of its resilience.”


          Mindful Tracking Cookie Policies Improve K—12 Data Security      Cache   Translate Page      
Mindful Tracking Cookie Policies Improve K—12 Data Security eli.zimmerman_9856 Wed, 09/12/2018 - 12:18

Current web browsing policies in K–12 schools may be allowing third parties to collect and sell student data, creating a need for schools to update and maintain safe internet use protocols.

From unencrypted browsing during a class activity to embedding videos into presentations, schools can inadvertently compromise student privacy by exposing them to tracking cookies, according to a recently issued report from the Consortium of School Networking.

There have been 361 cybersecurity incidents involving public schools since 2016 according to the K–12 Cybersecurity Resource Center, and with rates increasing year over year, schools need to be more aware of issues with data privacy and enact targeted solutions to keep student data safe.

Find more best practices for maintaining student data privacy!

Tracking Cookies Create Profiles Through Browsing History

While teachers and parents can help control what content students can access, many sites have an invisible threat that may compromise student privacy: tracking cookies.

Cookies can be used to make web browsing more streamlined. But they are able to collect student information, including location information, building profiles that can be used for targeted advertising and marketing purposes. 

“We talk about this in terms of URLs and tracking, but what we are tracking is bits and pieces of people’s lives being sent off into black boxes to be used in ways that we don’t know,” Bill Fitzgerald, a blogger who discovered tracking cookies hidden in an education product from Edmodo, told EdSurge. “Next time you are picking your kids up from school, or if you pass a playground, think of each of those kids and the bits and pieces of their lives that are getting pushed out over the internet.”

With students spending an increasing amount of time on the internet, it is important that schools do their best to prevent students from unwittingly giving away this information.

Best Practices to Keep Student Tracking to a Minimum

Some companies are already offering clear pathways to help cut down on tracking cookies so schools can feel more confident in maintaining their students’ privacy while still encouraging the use of online resources and devices in classrooms.

Microsoft has instructions on their website for cookie management that can be useful for classrooms that either allow students to bring in personal devices or use the company’s tablets as part of a one-to-one device program. For Chromebook users, Google has similar information available.

School websites are also points of vulnerability, with a large percentage riddled with tracking cookies, according to a study by EdTech Strategies

When creating school websites, schools should make sure to use HTTPS encryption to ensure “critical security and data integrity for both your websites and your users' personal information,” writes Kayce Basques, technical writer for Google.

Finally, talk with students to help them understand best practices on sites that have a high number of tracking cookies. Social media platforms, for example, will usually deploy cookies when students click a “like” or “post” button. Training students to be more aware of the information they are revealing while using these websites may help them avoid giving up unnecessary data.

Eli has been eagerly pursuing a journalistic career since he left the University of Maryland's Philip Merrill School of Journalism. Previously, Eli was a staff reporter for medical trade publication Frontline Medical News, where he experienced the impact of continuous education and evolving teaching methods through the medical lens. When not in the office, Eli is busy scanning the web for the latest podcasts or stepping into the boxing ring for a few rounds.


          [Free] 2018(Aug) Ensurepass VMware 2V0-622 Dumps with VCE and PDF 101-110      Cache   Translate Page      
Ensurepass.com : Ensure you pass the IT Exams 2018 Aug VMware Official New Released 2V0-622100% Free Download! 100% Pass Guaranteed! VMware Certified Professional 6.5 – Data Center Virtualization Question No: 101 An administrator must change the statistics level for short-term performance monitoring and wants to collect metrics for all counters, excluding minimum and maximum rollup values. What would be the statistics level? Level 3 Level 1 Level 2 Level 4 Answer: A Question No: 102 Which two statements are true regarding Auto Deploy in version 6.5? (Choose two.) Auto Deploy can be configured and managed via PowerCLI. Auto Deploy can be configured and managed via the vSphere Client. Auto Deploy can be configured and managed via the vSphere Web Client. Auto Deploy can be configured and managed via vCLI commands. Answer: A,C Question No: 103 What new feature was introduced to the Content Library in vSphere 6.5? Mount an ISO directly from the Content Library. Deploy a virtual machine from an OVF Package in a Content Library. Upload a File from a URL to a Library Item. Upload a File from a Local System to a Library Item. Answer: A Explanation: Explanation WMware vSphere 6.5 enhances the Content Library with three new options: mount an ISO from the content library, update existing templates and apply guest OS customization specifications during a VM deployment. These new features help plug holes in and expand other capabilities introduced in the original version. The first of these capabilities – mounting an ISO from the Content Library is useful because it eliminates the need to store ISO images on a data store but keeps the images readily accessible. Reference http://searchvmware.techtarget.com/answer/How-does-VMware-vSphere-65- improve-its-Content-Library Question No: 104 The administrator must back up a vCenter HA deployment. Which component must be backed up? Passive node Witness node External database Active node Answer: D Explanation: When taking backups, avoid backing up the Passive and Witness nodes. Just take a backup of the Active node. When restoring an Active node, you must remove all the cluster configuration, restore and re-create the HA cluster. Question No: 105 鈥淥neAppServer鈥?is a VM template stored in a content library named 鈥淟ibraryOne鈥? but the vSphere administrator is not able to use this template for deployment. Why is the administrator unable to deploy OneAppServer? OneAppServer must be updated before it can be deployed. LibraryOne is a subscribed library and OneAppServer is not downloaded yet. LibraryOne is published and optimized for syncing over HTTP. OneAppServer was imported from a local file on the system. Answer: C Explanation: The administrator is unable to deploy OneAppServer because LibraryOne is publish and optimized for syncing over HTTP. If the syncing is enabled, you cannot use this template for deployment. Question No: 106 Which two configurable options are available in Boot Options for a virtual machine? (Choose two.) Tools Upgrades Encryption Firmware Force BIOS setup Answer: C,D Explanation: Reference https://pubs.vmware.com/vsphere-4-esx- vcenter/index.jsp?topic=/com.vmware.vsphere.vmadmin.doc_41/vsp_vm_guide/configuring _virtual_machines/t_configure_the_boot_options.html Question No: 107 When enabling Storage DRS on a datastore cluster, which three components are enabled as a result? (Choose... Read More
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          UIDAI dismisses reports about the alleged hack of Aadhaar enrolment software      Cache   Translate Page      

The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) on 11 September dismissed reports of hacking of Aadhaar enrolment software as 'completely incorrect and irresponsible' and said some vested interests were deliberately trying to create confusion among people.

The denial came after an investigation by HuffPost India revealed that the Aadhaar database, which contains the biometrics and personal information of over one billion Indians, ' had been compromised by a software patch which disables critical security features of the software used to enrol new Aadhaar users'.

According to the report, any unauthorised person from anywhere in the world can generate Aadhaar ID using the patch which is freely available for Rs 2,500.


UIDAI dismisses reports about the alleged hack of Aadhaar enrolment software

Woman using an iris scanner for UIDAI Aadhaar registration. Image: Reuters

The UIDAI said the claims about Aadhaar being vulnerable to tampering lacked substance and were totally baseless.

"Certain vested interests are deliberately trying to create confusion in the minds of people which is completely unwarranted," a statement issued by the organisation said.

It added that the UIDAI matches all the biometric (10 fingerprints and both iris) of a resident enrolling for Aadhaar with the biometrics of all Aadhaar holders before issuing the unique ID.

"UIDAI has taken all necessary safeguard measures spanning from providing standardized software that encrypts entire data even before saving to any disk, protecting data using tamper proofing, identifying every one of the operators in every enrolment, identifying every one of thousands of machines using a unique machine registration process, which ensures every encrypted packet is tracked," the statement said.

#PressStatement

UIDAI hereby dismisses a news report appearing in social and online media about Aadhaar Enrolment Software being allegedly hacked as completely incorrect and irresponsible. 1/n

― Aadhaar (@UIDAI) 11 September 2018

It said all measures to ensure end-to-end security of resident data were taken including full encryption of resident data at the time of capture, tamper resistance, physical security, access control, network security, stringent audit mechanism, round the clock security and fraud management system monitoring.

Earlier, a report by HuffPost said a software patch available for as little as Rs 2,500 lets a user bypass critical security features such as biometric authentication of enrolment operators to generate unauthorised Aadhaar numbers. It said the patch also disables the GPS security feature of the software allowing anyone from any location to enrol users.

UIDAI clarified that no operator can make or update Aadhaar unless resident himself gives his biometric.

"Any enrolment or update request is processed only after biometrics of the operator is authenticated and resident's biometrics is de-duplicated at the backend of UIDAI system," it said.

It added that as part of its 'stringent' enrolment and updation process, UIDAI checks enrolment operator's biometric and other parameters before processing the enrolment or updates and only after all checks are found to be successful, enrolment or update of aresident is further processed.

"Therefore it is not possible to introduce ghost entries into Aadhaar database."

UIDAI said that even in a hypothetical situation where a ghost enrolment or update packet is sent to the UIDAI by some 'manipulative attempt', the same is identified by the robust back-end system and all such enrolment packets get rejected and no Aadhaar is generated.

"Also, the concerned enrolment machines and the operators are identified, blocked and blacklisted permanently from the UIDAI system. In appropriate cases, police complaints are also filed for such fraudulent attempts," it said.

If an operator is found violating UIDAI’s strict enrolment and update processes or if one indulges in any type of fraudulent or corrupt practices, UIDAI blocks and blacklists them and imposes financial penalty upto Rs.1 lakh per instance. 20/n

― Aadhaar (@UIDAI) September 11, 2018

UIDAI said that the reported claim of "anybody is able to create an entry into Aadhaar database, then the person can create multiple Aadhaar cards" is completely false.

"If an operator is found violating UIDAI's strict enrolment and update processes or if one indulges in any type of fraudulent or corrupt practices, UIDAI blocks and blacklists them and imposes financial penalty upto Rs 1 lakh per instance. It is because of this stringent and robust system that as on date more than 50,000 operators have been blacklisted," UIDAI added.

It said that it keeps adding new security features in its system as required from time-to-time to thwart new security threats by unscrupulous elements.


          Understanding IoT Security Challenges An Interview with an Industry Expert      Cache   Translate Page      

The Internet of Things (IoT) is rapidly growing and expected to affect all industry verticals as well as our private lives. It is no secret that security plays a very important part in the successful deployment and management of this technology, and its applications are set to transform the way we live and do business. In this blog, we reached out to our technology partner Nexus to better understand the challenges that the industry faces to ensure safe deployment and management of IoT technologies.

1. What is the biggest security challenge facing the growing IoT?
Understanding IoT Security Challenges   An Interview with an Industry Expert

Weak authentication. For Secure IoT, all connected devices and services must have trusted identities. To get reliable security for devices and services, it is a must to provide a ”transport identity” at production stage and then when deploying solutions on the field, update the identities securely, e.g. OTA (over the air). To do this at scale, a public key infrastructure (PKI) is required. A PKI provides cryptographically secure, unforgeable, theft-safe identities, and is the best available security technology for large-scale distributed systems.

With IoT PKI, Secure IoT can be accomplished by enabling strong authentication and encryption of communication to ensure the integrity of transactions and data.

2. We often hear IoT devices (things) as being “resource constraint.” Can you elaborate on what is meant by this?

IoT devices typically have a small memory and a rudimentary operating system with no real user interface, and that presents a challenge as they have limited power, communication, and computing capabilities. These characteristics have led to the development of new concepts and standards to provide these devices with well-functioning and reliable identities, and the capability to automatically enroll when deployed. An example of some of the protocols that cover this are Enrollment over Secure Transport (EST) and Certificate Enrollment for Billions of Things (CEBOT).

3. What are the main challenges in giving things trusted identities?

This is not really a technical issue. It is more a challenge in connecting how IoT projects are started and driven. Thinking about it from the project workbench, devices are designed to manage certificates, implementing a straightforward process where an initial transport certificate is issued in the production line. But that is only the first step. When devices are deployed, that transport certificate has to be updated, managed and maintained. IoT projects need to allocate a budget for this. I actually wrote a separate blog about this here .

4. Can you differentiate between the process of factory bootstrapping and enrollment of things into a trusted ecosystem?

An important and challenging part of the product lifecycle is to maintain a device’ trusted identity. Take for example the supply chain involving the production of a piece of electronic circuitry, embedding it in an elevator, installing it in a smart building, and subsequently commissioning it to the facility operator.

Factory bootstrapping takes place in the trusted factory environment by injecting firmware, generating keys, and issuing initial “factory certificate” with a factory Certificate Authority (CA). Commissioning of devices in the trusted ecosystem may require issuing a new digital identity in the form of an operator certificate to the device, which is already “in the field,” (i.e., located in a potentially insecure environment). When requesting the operator certificate from the operator’s CA, the device in the field can authenticate with the help of the factory certificate. The authentication of the device is based on the operator CA trusting the factory CA. In this way, the trusted identity of the device can be maintained along a supply chain and in a complex ecosystem’s multiple products, services and operators.

5. How is Nexus involved in ensuring a more secure credentialing and enrollment process?

We have been in the identity and security market for a long time and have been creating products and services to meet changing and challenging market needs, as well as, respective requirements and industry standards. Solutions need to be secure but also a well-integrated part of an ecosystem. They need to protect the central system, as well as the mobile identities of individuals interacting with the system. Nexus has a unique proven experience and position within the market. Many of our customers, for example, in the automotive industry, put great demands on us when it comes to both capacity, security, and compliance. Nexus provide IoT PKI on site and as a cloud service is engaged in new standards projects like ECSEL SECREDAS, Secure IoT, and V2X to ensure that our customers and partners can get access to the latest services for IoT devices for seamless credentialing and enrollment processes.

For secure IoT, a root of trust is required to underpin the issuance and management of certificates used to establish device IDs. Cryptographic keys used to sign these certificates must be given the utmost protection. Hardware security modules (HSMs) act as trust anchors that protect the cryptographic infrastructure of some of the most security-conscious organizations in the world by securely managing, processing, and storing cryptographic keys inside a hardened, tamper-resistant device. To cover new protocols and new crypto algorithms for Secure IoT, and to ensure a high transaction rate, Nexus relies on Thales HSMs to empower its CM for Secure IoT. For any IoT application, it is crucial to protect data, user privacy and safety. Breaches can harm production continuity and business processes, customers’ trust, and worst of all human health and life. Nexus provides the solutions to secure your IoT.

Nexus is a leading provider of identity and access management security solutions. Its solutions focus on securing society by enabling trusted identities. Nexus offers a flexible and scalable CA software, which enables customers to register, issue and manage electronic identities for devices and services in any type of IoT use case. Combined with Thales eSecurity, Nexus delivers solutions and services to help secure IoT.

It is all about Identity of Things (IDoT); all connected devices and services must have trusted identities and a PKI with an HSM root of trust delivers the best security technology for large-scale distributed IoT systems. To learn more visit https://www.nexusgroup.com/solutions/public-key-infrastructure-pki/internet-of-things-iot-security/ and www.thalesesecurity.com , and be sure to register for our webinar “ Identity and Access Management in IoT Manufacturing .”


          New Security Research Reveals Password Inadequacy Still a Top Threat      Cache   Translate Page      

WatchGuard’s Q2 2018 Internet Security Report uncovers heightened use of credential-focused attacks and continued prevalence of malicious Office documents

12 September 2018 New research from the WatchGuard Threat Lab shows the emergence of the Mimikatz credential-stealing malware as a top threat and the growing popularity of brute force login attacks against web applications. The research also reveals that 50 percent of government and military employee LinkedIn passwords, largely from the US, were weak enough to be cracked in less than two days, underscoring the reality that passwords alone can’t offer sufficient protection and the need for multi-factor authentication (MFA) solutions. WatchGuard’s Internet Security Report for Q2 2018 explores the latest security threats affecting small to midsize businesses (SMBs) and distributed enterprises.


New Security Research Reveals Password Inadequacy Still a Top Threat

Corey Nachreiner

“Authentication is the cornerstone of security and we’re seeing overwhelming evidence of its critical importance in the common trend of password- and credential-focused threats throughout Q2 2018,” said Corey Nachreiner, chief technology officer at WatchGuard Technologies. “Whether it’s an evasive credential-stealing malware variant or a brute force login attack, cyber criminals are laser-focused on hacking passwords for easy access to restricted networks and sensitive data. At WatchGuard, these trends are driving new innovative defences within our product portfolio, including AuthPoint, our Cloud-based multi-factor authentication solution and our IntelligentAV service, which leverages three malware detection engines to prevent malware strains that evade traditional signature-based antivirus products. Every organisation should seek out vendor and solution provider partners that offer layered protection against these ever-evolving attack techniques.”

The insights, research and security best practices included in WatchGuard’s quarterly Internet Security Report are designed to help organisations of all sizes understand the current cyber security landscape and better protect themselves, their partners and customers from emerging security threats. The top takeaways from the Q2 2018 report include:

Mimikatz was the most prevalent malware variant in Q2. Representing 27.2 percent of the top 10 malware variants listed last quarter, Mimikatz is a well-known password and credential stealer that has been popular in past quarters but has never been the top strain. This surge in Mimikatz’s dominance suggests that authentication attacks and credential theft are still major priorities for cyber criminals another indicator that passwords alone are inadequate as a security control and should be fortified with MFA services that make hackers’ lives harder by requiring additional authentication factors in order to successfully login and access the network.

Roughly half of government and military employee passwords are weak. After conducting a thorough analysis of the 2012 LinkedIn data dump to identify trends in user password strength, WatchGuard’s Threat Lab team found that half of all passwords associated with “.mil” and “.gov” email address domains within the database were objectively weak. Of the 355,023 largely US government and military account passwords within the database, 178,580 were cracked in under two days. The most common passwords used by these accounts included “123456,” “password,” “linkedin,” “sunshine,” and “111111.” Conversely, the team found that just over 50 percent of civilian passwords were weak. These findings further illustrate the need for stronger passwords for everyone, and a higher standard for security among public service employees that handle potentially sensitive information. In addition to better password training and processes, every organisation should deploy multi-factor authentication solutions to reduce the risk of a data breach.

More than 75 percent of malware attacks are delivered over the web. A total of 76 percent of threats from Q2 were web-based, suggesting that organisations need an HTTP and HTTPS inspection mechanism to prevent the vast majority of attacks. Ranked as the fourth most prevalent web attack in particular, “WEB Brute Force Login -1.1021” enables attackers to execute a massive deluge of login attempts against web applications, leveraging an endless series of random combinations to crack user passwords in a short period of time. This attack in particular is another example of cyber criminals’ heightened focus on credential theft and shows the importance of not only password security and complexity, but the need for MFA solutions as a more effective preventative measure.

Cryptocurrency miners earn spot as a top malware variant. As anticipated, malicious cryptominers are continuing to grow in popularity as a hacking tactic, making their way into WatchGuard’s top 10 malware list for the first time in Q2. Last quarter, WatchGuard uncovered its first named cryptominer, Cryptominer.AY, which matches a javascript cryptominer called “Coinhive” and uses its victims’ computer resources to mine the popular privacy-focused cryptocurrency, Monero (XRM). The data shows that victims in the United States were the top geographical target for this cryptominer, receiving approximately 75 percent of the total volume of attacks.

Cyber criminals continue to rely on malicious Office documents. Threat actors continue to booby-trap Office documents, exploiting old vulnerabilities in the popular Microsoft product to fool unsuspecting victims. Interestingly, three new Office malware exploits made WatchGuard’s top 10 list, and 75 percent of attacks from these attacks targeted EMEA victims, with a heavy focus on users in Germany specifically.

The complete Internet Security Report features an in-depth analysis of the EFail encryption vulnerability, along with insights into the top attacks in Q2 and defensive strategies SMBs can use to improve their security posture. These finding are based on anonymized Firebox Feed data from nearly 40,000 active WatchGuard UTM appliances worldwide, which blocked nearly 14 million malware variants (449 per device) and more than 1 million network attacks (26 per device) in Q2 2018.

For more information, download the full report here https://www.watchguard.com/wgrd-resource-center/security-report-q2-2018 . To access live, real-time threat insights by type, region and date, visit WatchGuard’s Threat Landscape data visualization tool today. Subscribe to The 443 Security Simplified podcast at Secplicity.org , or wherever you find your favorite podcasts.

About WatchGuard Technologies

WatchGuard Technologies, Inc. WatchGuard Technologies, Inc. is a global leader in network security, secure Wi-Fi, multi-factor authentication, and network intelligence. The company’s award-winning products and services are trusted around the world by nearly 10,000 security resellers and service providers to protect more than 80,000 customers. WatchGuard’s mission is to make enterprise-grade security accessible to companies of all types and sizes through simplicity, making WatchGuard an ideal solution for distributed enterprises and SMBs. The company is headquartered in S
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          Xero Global Release Update August 2018      Cache   Translate Page      

Check out the latest updates for small businesses and partners, plus a peek at what’s coming soon. Xero changes and release updates can be found in Xero Central.
Recently released  

Search enhancements to Find & recode
2SA now mandatory for AU Payroll admins and subscribers
Alternative email for 2SA users
Private use depreciation for fixed assets (NZ only)
Partners can lodge Activity Statements with Xero (AU)
Running balance for account transactions report
Create a project invoice on Xero Projects for mobile
Link credit notes to projects
Invoice lists load instantly on mobile

Payroll update

Payroll timesheet integration with Projects (AU)
Payslip PDF encryption (UK)

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Email to bills – pre- populated fields
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Add & edit bills on mobile
Profit at a glance on mobile
Uncoded transaction report
Employee Bulk upload in Payroll
WorkflowMax – moving to Xero login
Improved Pay and Leave settings in Payroll (NZ)

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Advisors can now find and fix up their client’s mistakes even faster through new search enhancements to Find & recode in Xero.

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          Breitbart leaks video of Google executives' candid reaction to Trump victory      Cache   Translate Page      

Video, in which the company’s top brass seek to reassure employees, was characterized by Breitbart as evidence of bias

A video of Google’s first all-staff meeting following the 2016 election has been published by Breitbart, revealing the candid reactions of company executives to Donald Trump’s unexpected victory.

In an hour-long conversation, Google co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page, chief executive Sundar Pichai, and executives Kent Walker, Ruth Porat and Eileen Noughton offered their reflections on the election, sought to reassure employees about issues such as immigration status and benefits for same-sex partners, and answered questions on topics ranging from filter bubbles and political polarization to encryption and net neutrality.

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          How to read a SQL column that is encrypted in C#      Cache   Translate Page      

I have done this article to encrypt a column.

How can I decrypt this in C#?

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          6 open source tools for making your own VPN      Cache   Translate Page      
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If you want to try your hand at building your own VPN but aren’t sure where to start, you’ve come to the right place. I’ll compare six of the best free and open source tools to set up and use a VPN on your own server. These VPNs work whether you want to set up a site-to-site VPN for your business or just create a remote access proxy to unblock websites and hide your internet traffic from ISPs.
Which is best depends on your needs and limitations, so take into consideration your own technical expertise, environment, and what you want to achieve with your VPN. In particular, consider the following factors:
  • VPN protocol
  • Number of clients and types of devices
  • Server distro compatibility
  • Technical expertise required

Algo

Algo was designed from the bottom up to create VPNs for corporate travelers who need a secure proxy to the internet. It “includes only the minimal software you need,” meaning you sacrifice extensibility for simplicity. Algo is based on StrongSwan but cuts out all the things that you don’t need, which has the added benefit of removing security holes that a novice might otherwise not notice.
As an added bonus, it even blocks ads! Algo supports only the IKEv2 protocol and Wireguard. Because IKEv2 support is built into most devices these days, it doesn’t require a client app like OpenVPN. Algo can be deployed using Ansible on Ubuntu (the preferred option), Windows, RedHat, CentOS, and FreeBSD. Setup is automated using Ansible, which configures the server based on your answers to a short set of questions. It’s also very easy to tear down and re-deploy on demand.
Algo is probably the easiest and fastest VPN to set up and deploy on this list. It’s extremely tidy and well thought out. If you don’t need any of the more advanced features offered by other tools and just need a secure proxy, it’s a great option. Note that Algo explicitly states it’s not meant for geo-unblocking or evading censorship, and was primarily designed for confidentiality.

Streisand

Streisand can be installed on any Ubuntu 16.04 server using a single command; the process takes about 10 minutes. It supports L2TP, OpenConnect, OpenSSH, OpenVPN, Shadowsocks, Stunnel, Tor bridge, and WireGuard. Depending on which protocol you choose, you may need to install a client app.
In many ways, Streisand is similar to Algo, but it offers more protocols and customization. This takes a bit more effort to manage and secure but is also more flexible. Note Streisand does not support IKEv2. I would say Streisand is more effective for bypassing censorship in places like China and Turkey due to its versatility, but Algo is easier and faster to set up.
The setup is automated using Ansible, so there’s not much technical expertise required. You can easily add more users by sending them custom-generated connection instructions, which include an embedded copy of the server’s SSL certificate.
Tearing down Streisand is a quick and painless process, and you can re-deploy on demand.

OpenVPN

OpenVPN requires both client and server applications to set up VPN connections using the protocol of the same name. OpenVPN can be tweaked and customized to fit your needs, but it also requires the most technical expertise of the tools covered here. Both remote access and site-to-site configurations are supported; the former is what you’ll need if you plan on using your VPN as a proxy to the internet. Because client apps are required to use OpenVPN on most devices, the end user must keep them updated.
Server-side, you can opt to deploy in the cloud or on your Linux server. Compatible distros include CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, and openSUSE. Client apps are available for Windows, MacOS, iOS, and Android, and there are unofficial apps for other devices. Enterprises can opt to set up an OpenVPN Access Server, but that’s probably overkill for individuals, who will want the Community Edition.
OpenVPN is relatively easy to configure with static key encryption, but it isn’t all that secure. Instead, I recommend setting it up with easy-rsa, a key management package you can use to set up a public key infrastructure. This allows you to connect multiple devices at a time and protect them with perfect forward secrecy, among other benefits. OpenVPN uses SSL/TLS for encryption, and you can specify DNS servers in your configuration.
OpenVPN can traverse firewalls and NAT firewalls, which means you can use it to bypass gateways and firewalls that might otherwise block the connection. It supports both TCP and UDP transports.

StrongSwan

You might have come across a few different VPN tools with “Swan” in the name. FreeS/WAN, OpenSwan, LibreSwan, and strongSwan are all forks of the same project, and the lattermost is my personal favorite. Server-side, strongSwan runs on Linux 2.6, 3.x, and 4x kernels, Android, FreeBSD, macOS, iOS, and Windows.
StrongSwan uses the IKEv2 protocol and IPSec. Compared to OpenVPN, IKEv2 connects much faster while offering comparable speed and security. This is useful if you prefer a protocol that doesn’t require installing an additional app on the client, as most newer devices manufactured today natively support IKEv2, including Windows, MacOS, iOS, and Android.
StrongSwan is not particularly easy to use, and despite decent documentation, it uses a different vocabulary than most other tools, which can be confusing. Its modular design makes it great for enterprises, but that also means it’s not the most streamlined. It’s certainly not as straightforward as Algo or Streisand.
Access control can be based on group memberships using X.509 attribute certificates, a feature unique to strongSwan. It supports EAP authentication methods for integration into other environments like Windows Active Directory. StrongSwan can traverse NAT firewalls.

SoftEther

SoftEther started out as a project by a graduate student at the University of Tsukuba in Japan. SoftEther VPN Server and VPN Bridge run on Windows, Linux, OSX, FreeBSD, and Solaris, while the client app works on Windows, Linux, and MacOS. VPN Bridge is mainly for enterprises that need to set up site-to-site VPNs, so individual users will just need the server and client programs to set up remote access.
SoftEther supports the OpenVPN, L2TP, SSTP, and EtherIP protocols, but its own SoftEther protocol claims to be able to be immunized against deep packet inspection thanks to “Ethernet over HTTPS” camouflage. SoftEther also makes a few tweaks to reduce latency and increase throughput. Additionally, SoftEther includes a clone function that allows you to easily transition from OpenVPN to SoftEther.
SoftEther can traverse NAT firewalls and bypass firewalls. On restricted networks that permit only ICMP and DNS packets, you can utilize SoftEther’s VPN over ICMP or VPN over DNS options to penetrate the firewall. SoftEther works with both IPv4 and IPv6.
SoftEther is easier to set up than OpenVPN and strongSwan but is a bit more complicated than Streisand and Algo.

WireGuard

WireGuard is the newest tool on this list; it's so new that it’s not even finished yet. That being said, it offers a fast and easy way to deploy a VPN. It aims to improve on IPSec by making it simpler and leaner like SSH.
Like OpenVPN, WireGuard is both a protocol and a software tool used to deploy a VPN that uses said protocol. A key feature is “crypto key routing,” which associates public keys with a list of IP addresses allowed inside the tunnel.
WireGuard is available for Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, CentOS, MacOS, Windows, and Android. WireGuard works on both IPv4 and IPv6.
WireGuard is much lighter than most other VPN protocols, and it transmits packets only when data needs to be sent.
The developers say WireGuard should not yet be trusted because it hasn’t been fully audited yet, but you’re welcome to give it a spin. It could be the next big thing!

Homemade VPN vs. commercial VPN

Making your own VPN adds a layer of privacy and security to your internet connection, but if you’re the only one using it, then it would be relatively easy for a well-equipped third party, such as a government agency, to trace activity back to you.
Furthermore, if you plan to use your VPN to unblock geo-locked content, a homemade VPN may not be the best option. Since you’ll only be connecting from a single IP address, your VPN server is fairly easy to block.
Good commercial VPNs don’t have these issues. With a provider like ExpressVPN, you share the server’s IP address with dozens or even hundreds of other users, making it nigh-impossible to track a single user’s activity. You also get a huge range of hundreds or thousands of servers to choose from, so if one has been blacklisted, you can just switch to another.
The tradeoff of a commercial VPN, however, is that you must trust the provider not to snoop on your internet traffic. Be sure to choose a reputable provider with a clear no-logs policy.

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          Comment on A look at PSVita upcoming games that will likely require FW 3.69+ – Is it really worth it to lose taiHEN/h-encore to play these games? by SCOTT0852      Cache   Translate Page      
3.69 doesn't even have any new encryption keys... It's literally impossible for games to be 3.69+. A 3.70 may come along later with new encryption keys, but it hasn't yet and probably won't.
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Keybase - Crypto for Everyone 2.6.0


Device: iOS iPhone
Category: Social Networking
Price: Free, Version: 2.5.0 -> 2.6.0 (iTunes)

Description:

Keybase is a messaging platform where:

• you can write securely to any twitter, reddit, facebook, github, and hacker news user
• you don't need to know someone's phone number or email address
• all messages are secure, end-to-end encrypted
• multi-device: your messages survive and transfer with encryption to new phones & computers

Keybase is so much more. It is:

• free for everyone, and free of ads
• open source (https://github.com/keybase/client)
• multi-platform, w/apps for macOS, Linux, and Windows (https://keybase.io/download)

By using the Keybase app you agree to the following terms:

• you'll be a nice Internet person

Keybase for mobile is brand new and we yearn for feedback. Inside the app, click the gear icon and then choose "feedback" to send us a summary of your experience.

What's New

Features:
• Inline video in chat
• Better reconnection handling
• More visual polish
• Better explanation of Facebook proof process

Bugs:
• Better handling of errors uploading attachments
• Some git notifications in chat could show incorrectly
• Squashed some EOF errors
• Better selection of a different conversation when leaving the selected one
• Show in finder sometimes wouldn't work from chat
• Some teams that weren't subteams could show in the list
• The statusbar could disappear after viewing a video

Keybase - Crypto for Everyone


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Syncovery Pro Enterprise 8.03b Build 64 (x86/x64) + Portable | 55.2/61.4 Mb

Syncovery is a great application used to back up data and to synchronize PCs, servers, and notebooks. Users can choose the user interface that suits them best: Wizard Mode or Advanced Mode. The settings are stored in multiple profiles, and the software comes with support for FTP and secure FTP servers, SSH, WebDAV, Amazon S3, http, partial file updating, ZIP compression, data encryption, and a scheduler for automated backups.


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Other than the obvious idea of content, the other two things you’re looking for when you’re surfing is speed and content. Sometimes when using a VPN, you have to give one up for the other, but not with a Surfshark VPN Subscription. You’ll have no concerns for geographical restrictions and can enjoy all your favorite websites at lightning-fast speeds. Surfshark carries military-grade AES-256 GCM encryption, as well as IKEv2 and OpenVPN protocols that will keep you safe. It provides access to more than 500 services in thirty-eight countries throughout the world. Additionally, they have a no-logging policy that will ensure your data will always stay... Read more

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This fabric is a super transparent netting fabric, crisp, white color, slight pearly lustre


* Fabric: encryption nylon, diamond grid, crips, a bit stretch on width, super transparent and light weight, 35g/yard
* Width 65 inch (165cm), listed for one yard.
* Additional yardage will be cut in one continuous piece.
* Suit for creative fashion design, tutu lining, dress lining, veil...

If you need more of the fabrics than in the listing, please convos me, I will check and quote for you including shipping fee.

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Canada: 3-5 weeks
USA: 2-4 weeks
New Zealand / australia: 3-4 weeks
Brazil: >40-60 business days, very slow.
major european countries: 3-4 weeks
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          Baffle Awarded Patent for Untrusted Computation Enabling the Holy Grail of Encryption      Cache   Translate Page      
Baffle , an advanced data protection company, today announced the United States Patent and Trademark Office awarded the company a patent for its... Read more at VMblog.com.
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Most modern computers, even devices with disk encryption, are vulnerable to a new attack that can steal sensitive data in a matter of minutes, new research says. In new findings published Wednesday, F-Secure said that none of the existing firmware security measures in every laptop it tested “does a good enough job” of preventing data […]
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Most modern computers, even devices with disk encryption, are vulnerable to a new attack that can steal sensitive data in a matter of minutes, new research says. In new findings published Wednesday, F-Secure said that none of the existing firmware security measures in every laptop it tested “does a good enough job” of preventing data […]
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          Encrypt That Pool | BSD Now 263      Cache   Translate Page      
Mitigating Spectre/Meltdown on HP Proliant servers, omniOS installation setup, debugging a memory corruption issue on OpenBSD, CfT for OpenZFS native encryption, Asigra TrueNAS backup appliance shown at VMworld, NetBSD 6 EoL, and more.
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Apple has already overturned the tech world. Now, it's headed for the health industry.

In its Wednesday new product announcement, the company unveiled a new Apple Watch Series 4 that combines the functions of a FitBit with the nostalgia of Life Alert. Most of the Series 4 features simply improve upon the fitness trackers the watch was already known for — but others leave the Apple Watch poised to disrupt the entire health monitoring industry.

To start, Apple's new watch features a larger display that can fit a slew of health statistics on one screen. Series 4's tracking capabilities are all more precise thanks to the watch's improved processor, and the new device has an embedded accelerometer and gyroscope, which can determine if a wearer has fallen. If the wearer doesn't respond to an alert or move for a minute, the watch will contact emergency services. It's a little like the infamous Life Alert — though wearing a space-gray square on your wrist may be a little more fashionable than Life Alert's yellowish plastic necklace.

The Series 4 also comes with improved heart monitoring systems, which alert wearers if their heart rate drops too low or becomes irregular. The watch can even take an electrocardiogram test to check for heart issues, and then share the results with a doctor. The Series 4 unveiling already has competitors reeling:

All of the Series 4's new capabilities have FDA approval and are protected with Apple's signature encryption for data privacy. Still, no matter how hard it tries to think different, Apple's ads will never have anything on Life Alert's.


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This week Dave (https://twitter.com/davidegts) and Gunnar (http://atechnologyjobisnoexcuse.com/about) talk with Mark Thacker (https://twitter.com/Thackman) about RHEL 7.4 security and storage, and how to kill a feature Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4 bolsters security functionality and performance, Linux container features and automation capabilities for complex IT environments (https://www.redhat.com/en/about/press-releases/red-hat-bridges-hybrid-multi-cloud-deployments-latest-version-red-hat-enterprise-linux-7) RHEL 7.4 launched Aug. 1, 2017 (RHEL 7.4 Release Notes for Security here (https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/7/html/7.4_Release_Notes/new_features_security.html)) Network Bound Disk Encryption (https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/7/html/Security_Guide/sec-Using_Network-Bound_Disk_Encryption.html) USBGuard (https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/7/html/Security_Guide/sec-Using-USBGuard.html) (See Lucy’s excellent blog post (http://rhelblog.redhat.com/2017/08/03/built-in-protection-against-usb-security-attacks-with-usbguard/) on this) Audit (https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/7/html/Security_Guide/chap-system_auditing.html) enhancements for human readability (ausearch --format text) OpenSCAP (https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/7/html/Security_Guide/chap-Compliance_and_Vulnerability_Scanning.html) NIST Certification SELinux support with OverlayFS (https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/7/html/7.4_Release_Notes/new_features_file_systems.html) System Role for SELinux configuration (https://access.redhat.com/articles/3050101) D&G This Week in Vendor Abandonment: Btrfs (https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/7/html/7.4_Release_Notes/chap-Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-7.4_Release_Notes-Deprecated_Functionality.html) Red Hat Acquires Permabit Assets, Eases Barriers to Cloud Portability with Data Deduplication Technology (https://www.redhat.com/en/about/press-releases/red-hat-acquires-permabit-assets-eases-barriers-cloud-portability-data-deduplication-technology) We Give Thanks * Mark Thacker (https://twitter.com/Thackman) for being our special guest star! Special Guest: Mark Thacker.
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Most modern computers, even devices with disk encryption, are vulnerable to a new attack that can steal sensitive data in a matter of minutes, new research says. In new findings published Wednesday, F-Secure said that none of the existing firmware security measures in every laptop it tested “does a good enough job” of preventing data […]

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          Episode 131: #131: Send In the Clowns      Cache   Translate Page      
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This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: iPhones, politics, politics with iPhones; glibc, containers, containers with glibc; Azure, Red Hat, Azure with Red Hat.

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This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: Internet of Things! How ubiquitous network-connected sensors make our lives easier and our privacy forfeit.

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          Episode 105: #105: DIY Dystopia      Cache   Translate Page      

This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: DIY LPRs, Crowdsourced Panopticon, and Universal Key Escrow is a thing we’re talking about now.

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          Episode 97: #97: Less than Lethal Manbun      Cache   Translate Page      

This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: smartphone messes, flying messes, policy messes, Uber messes.

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          Episode 93: #93: Air Gap      Cache   Translate Page      

This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: airlines, air gaps, gaps in Tor security, securing hitchhiking robots in Philly, and filling your calendar with productive meetings.

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          Episode 91: #91: The Truck Factor      Cache   Translate Page      

This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: Kommisars in the board room, Akron Police Department’s compulsory feeling of safety, more warm fuzzies from OPM, and more Yahoo! news than you ever thought possible.

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This week Dave and Gunnar talk about: OMB, Uber, Slack, GitHub, OpenStack, Docker, the slow-motion password Armageddon, and our favorite OpenShift customers.

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This week, Dave and Gunnar open the Security Thunderdome, and talk about red-teaming large bureaucracies.

In other news…
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This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about surveillance on Main Street and China, reader mail about cutting costs in the DOD, and three new additions to the Security Doghouse.

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This week Dave and Gunnar talk about encrypting everything, why encryption doesn’t matter, and why we are all Charlie Brown now.

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This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about FBI Whining (aka “Clipper II”), Malvertising, Richard Branson’s alarming new PTO policy.

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This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: monkey selfies, elephant-based coffee, and yak shaving with OpenStack.

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This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about vampire plants, spider oaks, and ultrasonic potatoes.

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          Episode 56: #56: Surveillance and PSYOPs      Cache   Translate Page      

This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: Government Surveillance, Corporate Surveillance over land, sea and air, Personal Surveillance, and a vague but pervasive sense that you’re being monitored at this very moment.

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This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: snollygosters firing 9 or every 10 sysadmins, even yet still more Google and privacy, hands-free computing, Gunnar’s reputation management problems, and Dave’s “how to say no” weapons turned against him.

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Cutting Room Floor

We Give Thanks

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This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: key deathwatch, mobile carrier deathwatch, klingon deathwatch, and Google Meat, Mk I.

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Cutting Room Floor

We Give Thanks

  • Lauren’s computer science teacher Mr. James Allen for attending Lauren’s Akron LUG presentation and being so supportive
  • Dave Hamblin, Community Support Lead at Premier Farnell, and Element 14 for raffling off a Raspberry Pi at Lauren’s Akron LUG presentation
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Ripple is currently the third most valuable encryption technology. He plans to update the technology behind the encryption. It is undoubtedly good news for investors. Any notice of improvement is not only beneficial to investors, but also to platform customers. New white papers Ripple recently released some new white papers. The first white paper highlights the algorithms currently available for the platform. The second white paper highlights ways to improve communication between different nodes. He also highlighted ways to improve transaction verification. Ripple also has a lot of big names such as SBI and Santander. News that continually seeks to improve its infrastructure is, in fact, useful to it. With cryptocurrency platforms moving more efficiently around the world, the number of customers will continue to increase. This is why the company’s new white paper is positive news. According to Stephan Thomas, chief technology officer at Ripple, the white paper highlights the company’s progress in the right direction. According to him, emerging companies want to further improve their technology to facilitate the universal transfer of funds. He is also passionate about the company’s future research. However, regarding innovation, the cryptocurrency platform has always been ahead. That is why it is difficult […]

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(EMAILWIRE.COM, September 13, 2018 ) According to Verified Market Intelligence, the Global Database Encryption Market was valued at USD 365.09 million in 2016 and is projected to reach USD 3,936.39 million by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 30.24% from 2017 to 2025. Database encryption is the procedure...
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(EMAILWIRE.COM, September 13, 2018 ) The Global Cloud Encryption Market was valued at USD 535.65 million in 2016 and is projected to reach USD 5904.35 million by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 30.56% from 2017 to 2025. Cloud encryption is a service that is provided by cloud service system providers...
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(EMAILWIRE.COM, September 13, 2018 ) According to Verified Market Intelligence, the Global Email Encryption Market was valued at USD 2.05 billion in 2016 and is projected to reach USD 14.19 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 24.01% from 2017 to 2025. Email encryption involves the encryption...
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Encryption at rest helps enhance the security of your Amazon DynamoDB data by encrypting your data at rest using the service-default AWS Key Management Service key. Encryption at greatly reduces the operational burden and complexity involved in protecting sensitive data.


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AVX-MKE2 Wireless Microphone set

Sennheiser AVX-ME2 SET-3-UK AVX-MKE2 Wireless Microphone set including MKE 2 Lavalier Microphone, Body-pack Transmitter and Plug-on Receiver The AVX-ME2 SET is the perfect digital wireless microphone for film projects. The system fully self configures and is ready to film within seconds. Its ultra compact receiver fits directly into the XLR audio input of your camera or recording device. The bodypack transmitter and lavalier microphone is ideal for hands-free interview and documentary situations. The AVX-ME2 SET includes a bodypack transmitter with lavalier microphone, the plug on receiver and all accesories to operate out of the box with camcorders as well as DSLR cameras. It features self configuring digital transmission which eliminates time-consuming radio frequency setup. The ultra compact receiver rotates around the XLR connector to avoid collision with other devices mounted on your camera. It switches on and off automatically with your camera - saving battery power. The AVX matches perfectly to your camera's input sensitivity without having to adjust the audio level on the microphone. From professional wedding video to documentaries, from street interviews to corporate videos, the AVX just works allowing you to concentrate on creativity.   Features: Very fast setup Plugs directly into XLR audio input Ultra compact receiver Switches on/off by P48 Phantom power Optimized dynamic range Auto frequency management AES 256 encryption License free Accessories included for DSLR use Metal housing Made in Germany Includes: Plug-on receiver Energy pack USB charger USB charging cable Bodypack transmitter ME 2 lavalier microphone Microphone clip Hot shoe mount Beltclip XLR to mini jack cable   Pouch  


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Dash Wallet 1.2.0


Device: iOS Universal
Category: Finance
Price: Free, Version: 1.0.2 -> 1.2.0 (iTunes)

Description:

Dashwallet is the first iPhone wallet for Dash - Digital Cash - a better innovative alternative to bitcoin.

Dash is a crypto currency that seeks out fix the flaws that other crypto currencies suffer from. It relies on a network of Masternodes to allow such things as anonymity, instant transaction, and direct funding mechanism to kickstart innovative ideas.

Intuitive and secure, dashwallet gives you complete control over your digital cash. Send and receive dash payments instantly, with the safest mobile wallet available.

Dashwallet is the first and only iPhone wallet which connects directly to the dash network. This means that there are no servers to get hacked or go down - your funds are always safe. Even if your phone is lost, damaged or stolen, you can easily recover your funds using your personal recovery phrase.

Dashwallet is the descendant of breadwallet, a Bitcoin wallet for iPhone. We commend Aaron Voisine, creator of breadwallet, for his work. In Dashwallet we kept the beautiful simplicity that makes breadwallet a great bitcoin wallet.

Features:

* Send and receive dash payments in seconds, online or in person
* Send payments to merchants that only accept bitcoin directly with Shapeshift.io
* One button payments to dash-accepting merchants and websites
* Store your dash safely and securely using built in hardware encryption
* Simple recovery phrase enables you to recover funds when your device is lost or broken
* Direct dash network client - no servers to get hacked or go down

Dashwallet is open source and free. There are no extra transaction fees or costs. Send any amount of money to anyone in the world instantly. This is how money should be.

What's New

Updated a few localizations.
Added support for VES currency.

Dash Wallet


          5 Best Free VPN for iPhone and iPad in 2018      Cache   Translate Page      

As all FBI officials involved in the FBI–Apple encryption dispute would tell you, iPhones and iPads are very secure devices. But there’s one thing that can make them even more secure: a virtual private network (VPN). Think of a VPN as an encrypted, private tunnel that extends across a public network and shields you against […] More

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VeraCrypt is a free disk encryption software that is based on TrueCrypt 7.1a. VeraCrypt is a software for establishing and maintaining an on-the-fly-encrypted volume (data storage device). On-the-fly encryption means that data is automatically encrypted right before it is saved and decrypted right after it is loaded, without any user intervention. No data stored on an encrypted volume can be read (decrypted) without using the correct password/keyfile(s) or correct encryption keys. Entire file system is encrypted. VeraCrypt adds enhanced security to the algorithms used for system and partitions encryption making it immune to new developments in brute-force attacks. VeraCrypt also solves many vulnerabilities and security issues found in TrueCrypt.

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KeePass is a free open source password manager, which helps you to manage your passwords in a secure way. You can put all your passwords in one database, which is locked with one master key or a key file. So you only have to remember one single master password or select the key file to unlock the whole database. The databases are encrypted using the best and most secure encryption algorithms currently known (AES and Twofish).

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**Desktop Support Technician – Mildred Lake** The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with our client, a world leader in the oil and gas industry. The position will be based in Mildred Lake, AB (close to Fort McMurray, AB). This is a 12-month contract with renewal possibility. **Job Descriptions:** + Provide Level 2 End User Desktop Support + Support clients in an Enterprise IT environment. + Provide deskside IT support to end users including Corporate Senior Management & VIP. + Provide Core 5 software application remote installation. + Create and review technical documentation/processes as required. + Part of the team providing IT Solution Centre Support – Concierge model offering in person IT services to walk in users. **Job Responsibilities:** + Technical Diploma with relevant Desktop Support experience + Solid hands on working experience of the following: + Microsoft Outlook client support + Windows 7 & Windows 10 support + Apple iOS device support + Remote client support using RDP Utilities + Active/Enterprise Directory and SCCM + MS Office Suite 2010/2013, Symantec SEP + Cisco VPN remote access (wired and wireless) support + Support remotely with Live Meeting, RDP utilities + Remedy problem management system + Nice to have working experience on the following: + Apple iOS email device support and DELL PC hardware + Smart Card authentication + Hard drive Bit Locker Pin /Encryption + Linux/Unix background + Networked print support - HP/ Xerox MFD + Other desirable skills: + Strong Soft (White Glove)/Technical skills + Excellent communication Oral and Written skills + Process/Detailed oriented - strong ability to prioritize tasks and organize work independently + Aptitude for learning in a fast-paced environment + Self motivated - ability to work well with others and utilize indirect influencing skills + Fluent in Microsoft Suite of office tools with focus in MS Excel, MS PowerPoint and MS Word. Interested? Click on the “Apply” button! Your resumé will be forwarded in confidence to a Kelly Recruiter, and if your profile matches the requirement, a Recruiter will contact you. We will not share your personal information with our clients without your prior permission. Not the right opportunity for you? You can create a profile on our Kelly Career Network to be considered for other positions. **Why Kelly** **®** **?** With Kelly, you’ll have direct connections to leading IT organizations in the best companies around the globe—offering you the chance to work on some of today’s most intriguing, innovative and high-visibility projects. In a field where change is the only constant, our connections and opportunities will help you take your career exactly where you want to go. We work with 97 of the Fortune 100™ companies, and more than 3,000 IT hiring managers turn to us each year to access the best talent: people like you. Last year we found 10,000 opportunities for IT professionals. Let us help advance your career today. **About Kelly Services** **®** Kelly Services, Inc. (Nasdaq: KELYA, KELYB) is a global leader in providing workforce solutions. Kelly ® offers a comprehensive array of outsourcing and consulting services as well as world-class staffing on a temporary, temporary-to-hire, and direct-hire basis. Serving clients around the world, Kelly provided employment to more than 555,000 employees in 2014. Revenue in 2014 was $5.6 billion. Visit kellyservices.com at http://www.kellyservices.com/Global/Home/ and connect with us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/kellyservices , LinkedIn at http://www.linkedin.com/company/kellyservices and Twitter at https://twitter.com/kellyservices . Download WorkWire ™ , a free career and employment resource iPad® app by Kelly Services.
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Airy YouTube Downloader






KEY FEATURES

There are plenty of YouTube downloaders out there, but few are as intuitive—and powerful—as Airy. Capable of downloading videos and even entire playlists and channels in MP4, 3GP, and FLV formats, Airy lets you take your binge-watching offline, so you can enjoy your favorite content anywhere. It supports HD, 4K, and 8K ultra HD videos, and it even converts videos to MP3. Just paste your links into the app to start downloading or use the bookmarklet function to do it straight from your browser!
  • Easily download & enjoy YouTube videos offline in MP4, 3GP, and FLV formats
  • Convert music videos to MP3 for easier listening
  • Download videos or entire playlists by pasting a link
  • Integrate Airy into your browser for even simpler downloads
  • Enjoy your downloaded videos in HD, 4K and 8K ultra HD resolutions

Reviews

  • MacSoftReview: "Airy for Mac...is your perfectly working one-stop utility. Its interface makes it easy to use, and the bookmarklet makes it even easier to do the job straight from your browser."

PRODUCT SPECS

System Requirements

  • macOS X 10.7 or later

Important Details

  • Length of access: lifetime
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Access option: desktop
  • Max number of devices: 1
  • Version: 3.5.197
  • Includes all minor updates

Duplicate Photos Fixer Pro






KEY FEATURES

One of the simplest ways to give your Mac a tune-up is by deleting the duplicate photos that may be hiding in your libraries. Duplicate Photos Fixer Pro is a huge hit in the App Store because it helps you clean up duplicate and similar looking photos that may have sprung up after your most recent OS upgrade. This software will handle the busy work fast, so you don't have to!
  • Remove duplicate & similar looking photos that you don't need anymore
  • Delete duplicate videos to create a more organized media collection
  • Scan & detect duplicate photos & create groups to sort through them

Reviews

  • Mac App Store: 4 Stars - 1,252 reviews

PRODUCT SPECS

Details & Requirements

  • Redemption: must redeem within 30 days of purchase
  • Version 1.3.1
  • Length of access: lifetime
  • Lifetime of minor updates and 2 years of major upgrades
  • Languages: English, French, German, Japanese

System Requirements

  • Mac OS X 10.7 or later

About the Developer

Founded in 1999, we have come a long way and these years have contributed well to our experience of developing innovative products. Located in Jaipur that is popularly known as the Pink City of India, we are serving users across the globe.

We started our journey as a company dedicated to making PC optimization tools to give our users a delightful experience whenever they use their computers. Now, we are not only home to a number of award-winning PC optimization software, but also the developer of some top rated Mac applications along with smartphone applications developed for Windows, Android, and iOS platforms.

Future DJ






KEY FEATURES

Start spinning with this beginner/intermediate software from Future DJ. Whether you one day want to make music seriously or you're just looking to have a little fun, Future DJ gives you full control over the mix via manual tools or guidance on beat detection, matching, and sync. You can even let Future DJ do the whole mix for you using the Auto-DJ feature if you want to get in on the party yourself. No matter what, the beat will go on.
  • Visualize beats w/ a full song waveform & a zoomed-in waveform graphics display
  • Mashup tracks, mix videos & make song transitions easily
  • Instantly sync & change between decks w/ automatic BPM detection & smart-sync features
  • Adjust the gain & equalizer or set the volume for each of the decks
  • Create & recall loops or set up cue points easily
  • Apply & combine different audio effects like Cutoff, Flanger, Echo, Beat Waw, Reverb, Bit Crusher, Autopan, and Robot Delay
  • Scratch, reverse, & brake w/ the virtual jog-wheels

PRODUCT SPECS

Important Details

  • Redemption: must redeem within 30 days of purchase or later

Features

  • Classic DJ setup with 2 decks, mixer, and playlists
  • Fully manual or automatic mixing (one-click beat-matching)
  • Record your mixes to MP3, WAV or AIFF
  • Scalable interface (on Macs also optimized for Retina displays)
  • Automatic BPM detection (grid like) with batch-mode function
  • Instant seamless loops and hot loop points
  • Vinyl simulation including scratch, pitch, reverse play, brake
  • Cue points + loops markers on the track position sliders
  • Perceptual automatic gain
  • Load the whole song in RAM memory for instant access
  • KeyLock (MasterTempo) with on/off selector, gradual pitch bend
  • Browsing system with lists, disk explorer/finder, database, favorites
  • iTunes browser integration
  • Instant advanced searching of tracks
  • Scan/import files/folders in the background
  • Audio files supported: mp3, m4a, wav, aiff, ogg, cda, flac, au, wma
  • Video files supported: m4v, mpg, avi, flv, mp4, mov, mkv, wmv
  • Karaoke files supported: cdg+mp3, cdg+wav, cdg zip
  • Separate headphones output and song pre-listening
  • 3-band EQ + Gain per channel
  • Auto-mixing including limiting the currently playing track
  • ASIO/CoreAudio/WASAPI low-latency support
  • Cut-off low-pass and high-pass filters (LP & HP)
  • Built-in BPM-synched effects: Flanger, Echo, Beat Waw, Reverb, Bit Crusher, Autopan, Robot Delay, Tremolo
  • Video mixing (including pitch, break, reverse, scratch on video)
  • SD and full HD compatible (works with both 720p and 1080p/1080i)
  • Karaoke “Next Singer” list (shows the first 3 singers available)

System Requirements

  • Mac OS X 10.8 - 10.11
  • Processor: Intel i5/i7, 1.4 GHz or better
  • Memory: 4GB of RAM or more (8GB recommended for HD videos)
  • Video card: any will do (NVidia, AMD or integrated Intel)
  • 250MB free disk space
  • Optional: multi-channel audio device or DJ controller with multiple separate outputs (eg. for speakers and for headphones)

About the Developer

XYLIO is an EU-based software company specialized in multimedia software development – audio, video, karaoke – involving Digital Signal Processing (DSP) and real-time programming on Mac, Windows, Linux, iOS and Android.

HyperPlan Home






KEY FEATURES

Got too much going on? HyperPlan is the no-frills, affordable way to manage your personal and professional lives. If you've ever planned something by sticking notes on a wall and deciphering your own code, then you basically already know how to use HyperPlan. It's that simple. HyperPlan operates on the idea that the human brain works best through visual processing, allowing you to cleanly and elegantly lay plans out so you keep your life perfectly on track.
  • Plan your work & life in an easy to understand visual form
  • Choose the properties you want to visualize, like people, priorities, budgets, & more
  • Change between different views of your plan w/ a click
  • Categorize tasks in whatever way works for you
  • Retrieve plans from months or years previously w/ absolutely no limitations

PRODUCT SPECS

Important Details

  • Redemption: must redeem within 30 days of purchase or later

System Requirements

  • Mac OS X 10.10 or later

About the Developer

Hyper Plan was created by Oryx Digital Ltd, a business owned and run by Andy Brice and his wife Claire Brice. The software grew out of their frustrations with current planning software which they see as too expensive, complex and inflexible.

Mosaic Pro






KEY FEATURES

When you're organized, you can work faster and more effectively, and that goes double for your Mac. With Mosaic, you can put everything in its place by assigning layouts to each app, making it quicker and easier than ever before to arrange your windows. Banish distractions from your workflow by seamlessly jumping between windows, app, and even displays.
  • Assign a layout to teach app using the new Auto Layout extra
  • Bring the app you're currently working on into focus without the clutter of other windows
  • Use w/ multiple displays thanks to popup indicators to confirm display selection, support for multiple displays with the same name, & more
  • Work w/ no limits to the number of layouts & Layout Groups you can create
  • Use groups to organize layouts into workflows, types, or more

Reviews

  • MacLife: "Mosaic caters for everyone who needs to work with multiple windows, whether your needs are simple or very specific."
  • MacTrast: "Mosaic is a delightful utility that solved a problem that I didn’t know NEEDED solving."

PRODUCT SPECS

Important Details

  • Redemption: must redeem within 30 days of purchase
  • Version 1.1.2
  • Updates not included
  • Restrictions: for use on 5 devices

System Requirements

  • Mac OS X 10.10 or later

What's New in Version 1.1.2?

  • New Auto Layout feature

About the Developer

Gareth and Neil were introduced to each other in 2008 as work began on the critically acclaimed Nintendo Wii game, Dead Space: Extraction. A solid working relationship formed which not only shone through in the game but laid a path for them eventually founding Light Pillar and expressing their creativity exclusively on Apple platforms.

NetSpot Home





KEY FEATURES

NetSpot lets you visualize, optimize, and troubleshoot your wireless networks with any Mac so you can get the best connection possible at all times. Use the mapping feature to view dead zones and optimize hotspot placement, and use the troubleshooting tool to identify connectivity issues. With NetSpot Home, you'll never miss a beat, post, or important email even when your internet is acting up. You'll reach maximum WiFi efficiency, all while assuring your home network is perfectly secure.
  • Visualize, manage, troubleshoot, audit, plan, & deploy wireless networks
  • Analyze your WiFi coverage anywhere you are or plan on being
  • Easily assure that hotspots are placed correctly & radio channels are assigned properly
  • Identify dead zones on a network using the visual map
  • Load a visual map, collect survey data, & build a comprehensive heatmap of a network
  • View any number of Access Points (BSSIDs) simultaneously
  • Utilize flexible grouping of APs by SSID, channel, vendor, security, etc. & custom groups
  • Choose from multiple export possibilities, including new customizable advanced reports
  • Run Internet download & upload speed tests

Reviews

  • Lifehacker: "One click and you can see how strong your network is, and watch it in real time as you move across your house or apartment, or between rooms."

PRODUCT SPECS

Important Details

  • Version 2.5.740
  • All minor updates and major upgrades included
  • Single user, personal use only
  • 2 zones, 2 snapshots
  • 50 data points per zone
  • 3 major visualizations
  • No extra licenses

System Requirements

  • Mac OS X 10.10 or later

PDF Manager Ultimate






KEY FEATURES

PDFs remain the standard format for sharing information, but they're not the easiest to work with. Cisdem PDF Manager ups your Mac's PDF capabilities by letting you edit, convert, and even sign PDF files with quick and intuitive tools. You can convert your PDFs to editable formats for easy editing, search through your PDFs for key words and phrases, and save time with tools for extracting text and images, encrypting your files, and much more.
  • Batch convert PDFs to Word, RTFD, Keynote & other popular formats
  • Make scanned PDFs editable & searchable for text, images and more
  • Easily edit & annotate your PDFs just like you would in a word processor
  • Digitally sign & fill out PDFs w/ personalized signatures
  • Enjoy greater control w/ PDF merging & splitting
  • Compress & encrypt PDFs for added quality & security
  • Categorize your PDFs into collections & tag them

Reviews

  • Apple Gazette: "A powerful alternative to traditional PDF software at a bargain price."
  • Softpedia: "It proved itself to be an all-round and dependable PDF utility that offers all the necessary features you need..."

PRODUCT SPECS

System Requirements

  • MacOS 10.1 or later

Important Details

  • Length of access: lifetime
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Includes all major and minor updates
  • Supports 49 OCR recognition languages including English, French, Italian, Chinese, German, Russian, Czech, Turkish, Portuguese, Polish, Romanian, Ukrainian, Greek, Croatian, Bulgarian, and more
  • About the Developer

    We are Cisdem, a dynamic group of people that are passionate about what we do. Our mission is to develop Mac software that is innovative, easy-to-use and budget friendly.

    At Cisdem, we create innovative and high-efficient software in the fields of PDF Tools, Utility Tools, Mobile Tools, and Multimedia Tools. Cisdem Apps, known for their simple and user-oriented design, have been used by individual and business users in more than 100 countries. We do hope that our apps saved your time, money and efforts - be it recovering your lost data, signing an agreement, converting and editing PDF files, DVD burning, downloading videos, managing Mac Contacts, removing duplicate files, or cleaning junk files for mobile device. Ultimately, our goal continues to be, providing flexible, cost effective tools that make life easier and processes simpler.

    RoboForm Everywhere






    KEY FEATURES

    RoboForm is an end-to-end solution that makes generating and organizing strong passwords super simple. With one-click logins, secure syncing, and auto-fill, Roboform lets you quickly access your online accounts while protecting you with AES 256-bit encryption and two-factor authentication. Setting up your account only takes minutes, and RoboForm's extensions make hopping from browser to browser a breeze.
    • Automatically remembers your passwords for every site you enter one & logs you in w/ a single click
    • Random password generator creates strong & unique passwords for every site
    • Folders & powerful search functionality make organizing hundreds of passwords easy
    • AES 256-bit encryption protects against dictionary, brute force, & other attacks
    • Supports importation from all major password managers or a generic CSV
    • Share logins securely w/ trusted recipients
    • Encrypts text notes like software license keys or WiFi passwords

    Reviews

    • 2017 TopTenReviews Excellence Award Winner

    • Better Business Bureau: A+
    • PRODUCT SPECS

      System Requirements

      • Windows Vista, 7, 8, and 10
      • MacOS 10.10 or later
      • iOS 8.0 or later
      • Android 4.1.3 or later
      • Linux, and Chrome OS
      • Compatible across Chrome, Firefox, IE, Safari, Opera, and Edge

      Important Details

      • Length of access: 2 year subscription
      • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
      • Includes 2 years of minor and major updates
      • Email support available 24/7/365
      • Phone (9 AM - 7 PM EST) and chat support (10 AM - 6 PM EST)
      • Note: Offer valid for new RoboForm Everywhere users only!

      About the Developer

      Siber Systems is a privately-held company, headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia. Its flagship products, RoboForm and GoodSync, are used by millions of people worldwide. Its customers range from individual users and small businesses, to government agencies and leading Fortune 500 companies.

    2Do






    KEY FEATURES

    Simple to use, but jam-packed with time-saving features, 2Do is the productivity tool that meets your need for speed. Jot down multiple tasks in a matter of seconds with Quick Entry, and stay on top of them using color-coded lists that are supported by an exhaustive set of sort, focus, tag, location and date range filters. You can batch schedule tasks with a simple drag and drop and ensure nothing slips through the cracks with location-based alerts that ring whenever there's something to do nearby.
    • Keep related tasks & projects together w/ color-coded lists and list groups
    • Add URLs, addresses, or Google searches to your tasks
    • Keep your devices in sync w/ support for Dropbox, Reminders (CalDAV) or Toodledo
    • Get automatic alerts when there’s something to be done nearby
    • Rapidly add tasks on the go w/ Quick Entry
    • Stay organized w/ sort, focus, tag, location & date range filters
    • Build your own advanced search queries & make them into smart lists

    Reviews

    • Mac App Store: 4.8 Stars - 108 reviews
    • Cult of Mac: "The best task manager for iOS, 2Do, is now available for your Mac."
    • Appstorm: "An excellent task manager with tons of features, a great UI, and an excellent iOS companion app."
    • TUAW: "2Do is a great choice for 99% of the Mac owners who are looking for a robust task manager to handle a variety of home and work tasks."

    PRODUCT SPECS

    System Requirements

    • Requires MacOS X 10.10 Yosemite
    • Optimized for MacOS 10.13 High Sierra or later
    • iOS 10.3 or later

    Important Details

    • Length of access: lifetime
    • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
    • Includes all major and minor updates
    • Max number of devices: 5
    • Version 2.5.8

    About the Developer

    Beehive, the company behind 2Do, is a truly “indie” company with 2Do a truly organic, “home grown” product.

    The company is run and managed by Fahad Gilani. Fahad’s diverse set of past experiences and exposure has resulted in him successfully running the show since 2009. He continues to passionately design, code, craft and maintain 2Do on all currently supported platforms. Contrary to popular belief, there are no venture capitalists, shareholders, stakeholders – or elves for that matter, involved in the making of these apps.

    This personal take allows him to remain solemnly committed to the product he works on for a living, and to the company’s overall success.

    Art Text 3






    KEY FEATURES

    Art Text is graphic design software specifically tuned for lettering, typography, text mockups, and various artistic text effects. Supplied with a great variety of ready to use styles and materials, selection of textures, icons, fonts and backgrounds, specially designed effects, and shape transformations, Art Text guarantees your badges, logos, cards, flyers, and presentations are absolutely striking.
    • Access over 70 ready-made templates for logo design, word art, web elements, & picture captions
    • Use 100 gradient presets, over 540 textures, & more than 140 shading materials
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    Trend Micro researchers detected a new SLocker variant that mimics the GUI of the WannaCry crypto-ransomware on the Android platform. Detected as ANDROIDOS_SLOCKER.OPSCB, this new SLocker mobile ransomware variant features new routines that utilize features of the Chinese social network QQ, along with persistent screen-locking capabilities.

    SLocker, an Android file-encrypting ransomware first detected and analyzed in July, was found mimicking WannaCry’s GUI. Although Chinese police already arrested the ransomware’s alleged creator, other SLocker operators clearly remained unfazed.

    Victims mostly contracted the mobile ransomware from QQ chat groups that discuss the popular gaming app ‘王者荣耀’ or King of Glory, which was also the previous variant’s infection vector. It poses as a set of game cheating tools, hiding under the names ‘钱来了’ or ‘Here comes money,’, and ‘王者荣耀修改器’ or ‘Modifiers for King of Glory.’ The game is immensely popular in China, with 200 million registered users.

    Samples of the variant were packaged as “com.android.admin.hongyan” (hongyan means ‘beauty’) and “com.android.admin.huanmie” (huanmie means ‘disillusionment’). ‘Hongyan’ and ‘huanmie’ are terms widely used in Chinese novels that are popular with teenagers.

    Figure 1

    Figure 1. Screenshot of the ransom note

    Figure 2

    Figure 2. Screenshot of decrypted files. In English, ‘文件已被幻灭劫持” means the files are locked by Disillusionment.

    Additional Features of the New Variant

    Aside from the GUI, which also has a few design changes, and its ability to change the wallpaper of the device once the fake tool is run, this new SLocker variant doesn’t share any other similarities with its predecessor. Unlike ANDROIDOS_SLOCKER.OPST, the new variant was created using the Android integrated development environment (AIDE), a program used to develop Android apps directly on an Android device. It is important to note that using AIDE makes it easier for ransomware operators to develop simple Android Package Kits (APKs), and the convenience it provides can attract newcomers to develop their own variants.

    In fact, the ‘ADDING GROUP’ text located at the bottom of the ransom note in Figure 1 redirects victim to a QQ forum that discusses the processes of creating a ransomware in exchange for money.

    Figure 3

    Figure 3. Screenshot of the QQ group page

    The page is titled ‘锁机幼稚园,’ or Lock-Phone Kindergarten, and was created May 16, 2017. The description claims that the main function of the group is to teach and discuss how to lock access to phones, and that source codes will be updated continuously. At the bottom of the page, there’s a button that says ‘request to join this group.’

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    Figure 4

    Figure 4. QQ chat window between the victim and the ransomware operator

    In addition, it uses a legitimate cloud storage service (bmob), which the ransomware operator can abuse to change the decrypt key.

    Figure 5

    Figure 5. The new variant’s package structure

    How the SLocker variant encrypts files

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    Figure 6

    Figure 6. Snippet of code showing the DES encryption algorithm

    Persistent screen-locking features

    Perhaps to make up for the minor flaw of encrypting all file types in the SD card, it compensates in its ability to lock access to the screen. If victims click the decryption button in the ransom note, the device administrator UI will appear and will persistently hijack the screen whenever victims click the cancellation button. If victims click the activation button, the variant will set or reset the device’s PIN, locking access to the screen as well.

    Figure 7

    Figure 7. Screenshot of the device administrator UI

    Figure 8

    Figure 8. Screenshot of the PIN locker

    Solutions and Recommendations

    While this new SLocker variant features a relatively flawed encryption process, the new capabilities it possess should caution QQ subscribers and mobile gamers of the growing sophistication of ransomware operators’ attack tactics. The increasing proliferation of new variants shows that threat actors are not slowing down.

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    • Only install apps downloaded from legitimate app stores such as Google Play
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    • Install comprehensive antivirus solutions. Mobile security solutions such as Trend Micro™ Mobile Security blocks threats from app stores before they can be installed and cause damage to devices, while Trend Micro™ Maximum Security offers in-depth protection for multiple devices and proactively secures them from the threat of ransomware.

    Indicators of Compromise (IOCS)

    SHA256 Package Application Name
    5212B6A8DD17CCFC60F671C82F45F4885E0ABCC354DA3D007746599F10340774 com.android.admin.hongyan TyProxy
    6E5BBEDCE0F2CFFCADF0397282861B8694AD9111FE566DA934FC11EE25827F03 com.android.admin.hongyan TyProxy
    16C497C382492C0132D581A4ECE0EF0AB6C8BA7B265A9D7B0F6D47D9871D5E06 com.android.admin.hongyan TyProxy
    FCC08F87BF7818DA1C8DC794CAD9EF840B65384DAB5F6610334632163E867113 com.android.admin.hongyan TyProxy
    B16A904AF7EBEB3B3A9C8FEF342C60EAB83DFA6867ACDBAA6F55C1F06B974123 com.android.admin.hongyan TyProxy
    5BFF2298944632CC50A17F88EA59ACF64E6093F2A4B4CBA6841B38EDE0F26C3D com.android.admin.hongyan TyProxy
    CDE39A1338905B1C0D5A899378C9428A48D6CA01CB55396C03268DA939D3DD4A com.android.admin.hongyan TyProxy
    DE990C12617F7CD01E2B810BC33AF4AE43B6E7C43430F7039252AC93416D5223 com.android.admin.hongyan 永恒之蓝-挽安!
    53136F6CEA9C04CF139C42A0F9B863C87BB1A3114010C324106D85A401FD8CAF com.android.admin.hongyan 安卓王者荣耀修改器
    1ED647CB7A0F145D2E84FDFC7ADC2E865C312DBE574C4AB4298173EC7E9FCAB5 com.android.admin.hongyan 安卓王者荣耀修改器
    026733EB26FF09111CE389B56EAF431271812DFE28B426CB171C722EB41D62D7 com.android.admin.hongyan 黑客攻防工具箱
    8FFF1BF0BFA618B6350DA5D99A620C21BD6F88A8711469575AA449A947CF6E96 com.android.admin.hongyan 钱来了!
    645E969D314FE3813B268EFC3270366BFF0023D73F5A5E205761815BF7F51285 com.android.admin.hongyan 王者荣耀美化器
    6FB373890F4CD54F7A5E3BCFB6F592D7703504238EA8E3AAF5FB8B6D6A4B2FE8 com.android.admin.hongyan qb提取器
    8A5102D2A3CE616FA60C165A4548A85D202625B924C8E5627BFE9759E7FFF735 com.android.admin.hongyan 钱来了!
    FDAC14D2871293E3B38984F4833C8113E46673748B86625728363B1DF9F83517 com.android.admin.hongyan TyProxy移动版
    DECB041278048C001142232AE9374D86489A011AF922D2F1803EAEBE690DACA0 com.android.admin.hongyan 鸢与锁机生成器
    BC0B9BCADDCE6EF5A0BAB3BA1B278DE110E00F8F8A1CF1C64E782740B0BC2F6D com.android.admin.huanmie 钱来了!
    D835CF9D88EABC8508F130745FA786385FD7C2CC9C5F29B2DA5E6C2DC8372FA6 com.android.admin.huanmie 钱来了!
    1C8A5045044DBF30C0781AC67263019CA0C8BF7562952821D7F5F54B9D6B74A8 com.android.admin.huanmie 钱来了!
    AE3F772B12D4C97B4377DFADFE01528411811D22F8708A2B33A10494461EC2E4 com.android TyProxy

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    In my case i have restored database from another instance and faced this error. "No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it"

    Delete encryption key from SQL server reporting services configuration manager. also delete following tables from transnational database. 

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    In my case i have restored database from another instance and faced this error. "No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it" Delete encryption key from SQL server reporting services configuration manager. also delete following tables from transnational database. SYSSERVERSESSIONS SYSCLIENTSESSIONS sysserverconfig now delete reporting folder and create new folder followed by reports deployment. Issue resolved.
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    In this blog post I’ll be demonstrating how a TSQL loop can cause a massive amount of TCP packets going from SQL Server to client. I used Wireshark to record the traffic and then the Tabular Data Stream (TDS) dissector for reconstructing the TDS stream.

    First, let’s examine the exchange between client and server in a normal case.

    The following loop has a 1 second delay:

    WHILE 1 = 1
    BEGIN
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    WAITFOR DELAY '00:00:01'
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    And its execution will produce the following messages:

    Source Destination Protocol Length Info
    client server TDS 112 SQL batch
    server client TDS 91 Response
    client server TDS 234 SQL batch
    server client TCP 54 49501 → 58205 [ACK] Seq=38 Ack=239 Win=8207 Len=0

    As you can see, there were two batches sent from the client. One is the implicit “select from @@SPID” command. The other is our endless loop. After receiving the SQL batch, the server sent a zero size ACK to the client. There weren’t any other messages while the loop was running.

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    WHILE 1 = 1
    BEGIN
    IF 1 = 0 SELECT 1
    END;

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    client server TDS 112 SQL batch
    server client TDS 107 Response
    client server TDS 178 SQL batch
    server client TCP 1514 49501 → 63979 [ACK] Seq=54 Ack=183 Win=8211 Len=1460 [TCP segment of a reassembled PDU]
    server client TCP 1514 49501 → 63979 [ACK] Seq=1514 Ack=183 Win=8211 Len=1460 [TCP segment of a reassembled PDU]
    server client TDS 1230 Response (Not last buffer)
    server client TCP 1514 49501 → 63979 [ACK] Seq=4150 Ack=183 Win=8211 Len=1460 [TCP segment of a reassembled PDU]
    server client TCP 1514 49501 → 63979 [ACK] Seq=5610 Ack=183 Win=8211 Len=1460 [TCP segment of a reassembled PDU]
    server client TDS 1230 Response (Not last buffer)
    ...

    This anomaly can be reproduced on SQL Server 2014, 2016 and 2017. On SQL Server 2014, it can even cause a serious performance bottleneck when TDS encryption is turned on, because every encrypted message will result in a context switch. Fortunately, there isn’t such context switching in the later releases.

    By the way, I elaborated on this in my previous blog post .


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    IoT attacks, budget shortfalls, and the skills gap are among the problems keeping security pros up at night.

    The world of cybersecurity gets more intriguing every year. In 2017, security professionals saw their share of attacks, but the increasing sophistication of the skirmishes is notable ― with almost machine-like weaponization of code on the attackers' side and an increasing alliance with the forces of machine learning and artificial intelligence on the defenders' side.

    As we continue through 2018, figures remain similar to last year's. While the security industry struggles to fill more than a million jobs, attackers ― including sophisticated criminal organizations and nation-states ― have more than enough talent to continue their efforts.

    We're seeing changes in the nature of cyberattacks arising from the continuing "digital transformation" going on in all markets. As companies make their devices intelligent, and as more consumers welcome intelligent devices and digital assistants into their homes, attack vectors are multiplying and bad actors are finding new ways to exploit those platforms.

    Here are some of the trends affecting security pros in 2018:

    1. Attacks involving IoT are increasing, resulting in a call for increased IT security budgets.

    The Internet of Things (IoT) is the next great frontier in the business world, and it's making its way into people's homes as well, in the form of smart thermostats, refrigerators, and even complete home control systems. IoT is a high-growth industry that is looking to cross the $1 trillion mark sooner than later.

    For hackers, all those connected "things" represent a vast source of new code to exploit. IoT devices are a tantalizing backdoor to gain entry and reach more powerful systems with critical information. For example, earlier this year Kaspersky Lab releasedresults from a study exposing the risk when Bluetooth devices don't require basic security protocols such as authentication and authorization of encrypted tokens and coordinates. Hackers could exploit these vulnerabilities to take the devices over, spread malware, and gain access to critical data or physical entry to homes and buildings ― and could even do so wirelessly.

    At a fundamental level, consumers and companies are at risk of having financial information stolen. Attacks on critical infrastructure such as transit centers or dams can be even more costly or even life-threatening.

    This makes securing an IT environment more complicated as companies must consider not just the connected devices and products themselves, but sensors, firmware, applications, application programming interfaces (APIs), networks, and databases. With that in mind, device-makers need to ensure their engineers and developers understand the various security vulnerabilities in the IoT devices they’re putting on the market. This challenge is a central focus for security orgs in the coming months ― and until the industry really gets a handle on this, there will be breaches.

    2. The security skill-set gap continues to widen due to talent scarcity, leading more companies to adopt AI and machine learning technology to detect and manage attacks.

    Like everyone else in IT, security organizations have to search for efficiencies. Throughout 2018, we're continuing to expect much of those efforts to come from either outsourced services or machines.

    As the industry scrambles to solve the talent shortage, one strategy is to automate as much as possible. In doing so, companies would be wise to pay attention to the respective strengths of humans (creativity) and machines (consistency), and build both into their strategies.

    Through 2018 and beyond, good security practices will seek to automate functions that are based purely on large sets of data, and bring in more people with diverse opinions, perspectives, and backgrounds to perform the lateral, out-of-the-box thinking that's necessary to combat today's sophisticated adversaries.

    3. Security orgs are prioritizing risk-reducing solutions and consumption-based services in an attempt to relieve sagging budgets.

    It's not just talent that the security industry is struggling to find enough of, it's also dollars. In response, CISOs are having toget inventive. One of the top emerging trends we're seeing in 2018 is the continued maturation of security-as-a-service models. It's not just web application firewall and DDoS mitigation, but also ID- and access-as-a-service, compliance-as-a-service, encryption, and more.

    These tactics provide some cost predictability and make it easy to determine total cost of ownership. But there's a limit to how much can be done in this manner, and companies will always need to consider the risks unique to their industry and way of operating.

    In addition, we're seeing the security industry taking on other efficiency-improving efforts, such as the adoption of modern infrastructure as code or " NoOps " capabilities normally found in advanced cloud-based development environments. This has become possible because of the availability of APIs in standard security software and gear, and the rise of security automation tools, including Phantom and Demisto. When four lines of code can replace 40 manual entries in a management user interface, the opportunity and the appeal are hard to ignore.

    4. More enterprises are relying on CISOs to devise strategies and set provisions for security requirements that abide by GDPR standards.

    The EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) recently kicked into gear, and noncompliance carries the potential for significant penalties. Globally, organizations have been actively assessing the impact of GDPR on their business and data privacy and management operations. Any organization doing business in the EU or processing personally identifiable information from EU residents has needed to deploy additional processes, policies, and technologies to avoid significant fines.

    CISOs are accountable for data security and must provide confidence to executives, auditors, and regulators that personal information is secure. This means maintaining (or achieving) full visibility into where data resides and determining if proper controls are in place.

    Longer term, expect similar regulations to arise in other regions as GDPR becomes a prototype for a new class of privacy regulations worldwide.

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              A question of security: What is obfuscation and how does it work?      Cache   Translate Page      

    Every day, new malware samples are uncovered ranging from zero-day exploits to ransomware variants.

    With malware now so common and successful cyberattacks offering potentially high -- albeit criminal -- returns, there is little need for garden-variety hackers to learn how to develop exotic, custom malicious code.

    Instead, off-the-shelf malware can be purchased easily by anyone. While some of the most sophisticated forms of malware out there can fetch prices of$7,000 and more, it is also possible to pick up exploit kits and more for far less,or even for free.

    The problem with this so-called "commodity" malware is that antivirus companies are well aware of their existence and so prepare their solutions accordingly with signatures that detect the malware families before they can cause damage.

    So, how do threat actors circumvent such protection?

    This is known as obfuscation.

    The goal of obfuscation is to anonymize cyberattackers, reduce the risk of exposure, and hide malware by changing the overall signature and fingerprint of malicious code -- despite the payload being a known threat.

    In a Threat Intelligence Bulletin , cybersecurity firm Cylance has explained how the technique works.

    "The signature is just a hash," the researchers note. "In this context, a hash refers to a unique, alphanumeric representation of a piece of malware. Signatures very often are hashes, but they can also be some other brief representation of a unique bit of code inside a piece of malware."

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    Rather than attempt to create a new signature through changing malware itself, obfuscation instead focuses on delivery mechanisms in an attempt to dupe antivirus solutions which rely heavily on signatures. (In comparison to the use of machine learning, predictive analytics, and AI to bolster AV, some researchers argue this has the potential to become obsolete.)

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    Obfuscation can include a variety of techniques to hide malware, creating layers of obscurity which Cylance compares to "nested figures in a Russian doll."

    These techniques include:

    Packers: These software packages will compress malware programs to hide their presence, making original code unreadable. Crypters: Crypters may encrypt malware programs, or portions of software, to restrict access to code which could alarm an antivirus product to familiar signatures. Dead code insertion: Ineffective, useless code can be added to malware to disguise a program's appearance. Instruction changes: Threat actors may alter instruction codes in malware from original samples that end up changing the appearance of the code -- but not the behavior -- as well as change the order and sequence of scripts. Exclusive or operation (XOR): This common method of obfuscation hides data so it cannot be read unless trained eyes apply XOR values of 0x55 to code. ROT13: This technique is an ASM instruction for "rotate" which substitutes code for random letters.

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    "While some antivirus products search for common obfuscating techniques so that they too may be blacklisted, this practice is not nearly as well established as the blacklisting of malware payload signatures," the researchers say.

    In one interesting example of obfuscation which has recently come under the radar, Cylance found that a Microsoft windows tool called PowerShell is being abused by attackers.

    A malware sample obtained by the company was a .ZIP file containing a PDF document and VBS script which used rudimentary Base64 encoding to obfuscate one layer.

    This was followed by the use of string splitting, tick marks, and random letter capitalizations to split and alter the signature.

    One particular file in the package, 1cr.dat, revealed the use of another obfuscation method. This was a string encryption setup, called SecureString, which is commonly used by legitimate applications to encrypt sensitive strings of code within applications using Microsoft's built-in DPAPI.

    The payload also contained instructions to avoid sandboxes, which are used by security researchers to unpack and analyze malware.

    At the time of discovery, only three antivirus signature engines detected the attempt at obfuscation and only two registered the malware at first deployment. This has now increased to 18 products.

    For as long as malware exists, so too will obfuscation. While there is little that everyday users can do about the attack method, cybersecurity firms are taking notice -- as now, it is not just zero-days which are of concern, but the increasing use of common malware in creative ways.

    Cylance said:

    "Threat actors are increasingly using obfuscation techniques in combination with commodity malware. This trend runs counter to a widely-held assumption in the information security space which holds that highly customized malware paired with zero-day exploits are deserving of the most attention. And while use of those tools is concerning and should be monitored, attention should not be completely divested from those threat actors - including advanced threat actors - who are succeeding right now at bypassing antivirus products with tools that are not "zero- day" but "every day."


              Investigating High Request Latencies on Amazon DynamoDB      Cache   Translate Page      

    Investigating High Request Latencies on Amazon DynamoDB

    While testing DynamoDB for a specific use case I picked up at times where a GetItem will incur about 150ms in RequestLatency on the Max Statistic. This made me want to understand the behavior that I'm observing.

    I will go through my steps drilling down on pointers where latency can be reduced.

    DynamoDB Performance Testing Overview

    Tests:

    Create 2 Tables with 10 WCU / 10 RCU, one encrypted, one non-encrypted Seed both tables with 10 items, 18KB per item Do 4 tests: Encrypted: Consistent Reads Encrypted: Eventual Consistent Reads Non-Encrypted: Consistent Reads Non-Encrypted: Eventual Consistent Reads Seed the Table(s):

    Seed the Table with 10 items, 18KB per item:

    from boto3 import Session as boto3_session from time import sleep, strftime from random import sample # session ids that will be fetched in a random.choice order session_ids = [ '77c81e29-c86a-411e-a5b3-9a8fb3b2595f', 'b9a2b8ee-17ab-423c-8dbc-91020cd66097', 'cbe01734-c506-4998-8727-45f1aa0de7e3', 'e789f69b-420b-4e6d-9095-cd4482820454', 'c808a4e6-311e-48d2-b3fd-e9b0602a16ac', '2ddf0416-6206-4c95-b6e5-d88b5325a7b1', 'e8157439-95f4-49a9-91e3-d1afc60a812f', 'f032115b-b04f-423c-9dfe-e004445b771b', 'dd6904c5-b65b-4da4-b0b2-f9e1c5895086', '075e59be-9114-447b-8187-a0acf1b2f127' ] generated_string = 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# instantiating dynamodb client session = boto3_session(region_name='eu-west-1', profile_name='perf') dynamodb = session.client('dynamodb') timestamp = strftime("%Y-%m-%dT-%H:%M") results = open('dynamodb-put-results_{}.txt'.format(timestamp), 'a') count = 0 for sid in session_ids: count += 1 gen_data = ''.join(sample(generated_string, len(generated_string))) sleep(1) response = dynamodb.put_item( TableName='ddb-perf-testing', Item={ 'session_id': {'S': sid }, 'data': {'S': gen_data }, 'item_num': {'S': str(count) } } ) results.write('Call Number: {call_num} \n'.format(call_num=count)) results.write('Call ResponseMetadata: {metadata} \n\n'.format(metadata=response['ResponseMetadata'])) results.close() Read from the Table(s): Read 18KB per second for 3 Hours: from boto3 import Session as boto3_session from time import sleep, strftime from random import choice # delay between each iteration iteration_delay = 1 # iterations number - 3 hours iterations = 10800 # session ids that will be fetched in a random.choice order session_ids = [ '77c81e29-c86a-411e-a5b3-9a8fb3b2595f', 'b9a2b8ee-17ab-423c-8dbc-91020cd66097', 'cbe01734-c506-4998-8727-45f1aa0de7e3', 'e789f69b-420b-4e6d-9095-cd4482820454', 'c808a4e6-311e-48d2-b3fd-e9b0602a16ac', '2ddf0416-6206-4c95-b6e5-d88b5325a7b1', 'e8157439-95f4-49a9-91e3-d1afc60a812f', 'f032115b-b04f-423c-9dfe-e004445b771b', 'dd6904c5-b65b-4da4-b0b2-f9e1c5895086', '075e59be-9114-447b-8187-a0acf1b2f127' ] # instantiating dynamodb client session = boto3_session(region_name='eu-west-1', profile_name='perf') dynamodb = session.client('dynamodb') dynamodb-table = 'ddb-perf-testing' timestamp = strftime("%Y-%m-%dT-%H:%M") results = open('dynamodb-results_{}.txt'.format(timestamp), 'a') for iteration in range(iterations): count = iteration + 1 print(count) sleep(iteration_delay) response = dynamodb.get_item( TableName=dynamodb-table, Key={'session_id': {'S': choice(session_ids)}}, ConsistentRead=False ) results.write('Call Number: {cur_iter}/{max_iter} \n'.format(cur_iter=count, max_iter=iterations)) results.write('Call Item Response => Key: {attr_id}, Key Number:{attr_num} \n'.format(attr_id=response['Item']['session_id']['S'], attr_num=response['Item']['item_num']['S'])) results.write('Call ResponseMetadata: {metadata} \n\n'.format(metadata=response['ResponseMetadata'])) results.close() Results
    Investigating High Request Latencies on Amazon DynamoDB
    Notes from AWS Support:

    Reasons for High Latencies:

    RequestLatency is a Server Side Metric Long requests could relate to metadata lookups Executing Relative Low Amount of Requests there is Frequent Metadata Lookups; This may cause a spike in latency Consistent Requests can have higher average latency then Eventual Consistent Reads Requests in general can encounter higher then normal latency at times, due to network issue, storage node issue, metadata issue. The p90 should still be single digit Using Encryption has to interact with KMS API as well (mechanisms in place to deal with KMS integration though to still offer p90 under 10 ms) DAX: Strongly consistent reads will be passed on to DynamoDB and not handled by the cache 1 RCU reading in Eventual Consistent manner can read 8 kb Consistent read costs double an eventual consistent read DDB not 100% of requests will be under 10 ms Resources: https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/developer/tuning-the-aws-sdk-for-java-to-improve-resiliency/ https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/developer/enabling-metrics-with-the-aws-sdk-for-java/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eventual_consistency
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              Install TWRP versi UNOFFICIAL di Xiaomi Pocophone F1 (Beryllium)      Cache   Translate Page      
    Install TWRP versi UNOFFICIAL di Xiaomi Pocophone F1 (Beryllium)

    Satu keuntungan dari popularitas naik daunnya seri Xiaomi Poco F1 tersebut ialah komunitas developmentnya juga semakin berkembang, sebagai buktinya beberapa developer berpengalaman juga sudah hadir ikut andil bagian dalam pengembangan device tersebut secara pihak ke-3.

    Maka, bkan menjadi sesuatu yang mustahil jika hal semacam TWRP ini sudah tersedia untuk seri device Xiaomi Pocophone F1 tersebut, meski masih berstatus Unofficial, tetapi TWRP ini sudah bisa kalian andalkan sepenuhnya, jadi tunggu apa lagi segera ikuti langkah di bawah ini agar device kalian bisa menggunakan TWRP dan nikmati manfaatnya.

    Syarat utama sebelum memasangkan TWRP :
    1. Unlock Bootloader
    2. PC atau Laptop
    3. USB Cable.
    4. Driver ADB dan Fastboot
    5. TWRP
    6. Dm-verity and Forced Encryption Disabler 6.0

    Cara pengerjaannya adalah :
    1. Silahkan kalian lengkapi dulu persyaratan di atas.
    2. Jika sudah rename file recovery yang kalian download tadi menjadi twrp.img lalu copy atau pindahkan file twrp.img yang sudah kalian rename tadi, masukan kedalam folder direktori Abd dan Fastboot di PC kalian.
    3. Untuk file Dm-verity and Forced Encryption Disabler 6.0, segera pindahkan ke Internal Memory device Xiaomi Pocophone F1 kalian.
    4. Silahkan masuk ke mode fastboot dengan cara menekan tombol volume down (-) dan power berbarengan saat device kalian sudah dalam kondisi power off.
    5. Koneksikan device kalian ke PC dengan USB dan buka aplikasi Command Promt a.k.a CMD pada pada direktory driver ADB dan Fastboot kalian.
    6. Masukan perintah ini :

    fastboot devices

    Jika sudah terkoneksi dengan baik silahkan masukan perintah ini ;

    fastboot flash recovery twrp.img

    lalu masukan lagi perintah ini

    fastboot boot twrp.img

    7. Tunggu hingga device kalian reboot dan masuk ke mode TWRP secara otomatis, jika sudah segera Flash file Dm-verity and Forced Encryption Disabler 6.0 untuk menghindari bootloop setalah memasangkan TWRP tersebut.
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    Hello before starting with my question, I would like to thank InvoicePlane developer for this great peace of software.

    The setup :

    • OS : FreeBSD 11.2-stable
    • InvoicePlane installation under a jail (virtual environement)
    • Acces to invoice plane is done by a Nginx reverse proxy with this config :
      server {
             listen 80;
             listen 443 ssl http2;
             server_name invoice.donmain.tld;
             index index.php;
    
            location / {
                proxy_set_header Host $host;
                proxy_set_header X-Real-IP $remote_addr;
                proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-For $proxy_add_x_forwarded_for;
                proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-Host $host;
                proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-Proto $scheme;
                add_header Front-End-Https on;
                add_header Strict-Transport-Security max-age=15768000;
                proxy_pass http://XXX.XXX.X.XX/;
             }
         }
    
    

    Where XXX.XXX.XX.XX is ip adress of my jail

    In the config.php of invoiceplane I have the follwing setting

    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE!
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    */
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Allow deletion of invoices after they have been sent
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | As it is forbidden in many countries to delete invoices that have been
    | sent to a customer the deletion is disabled by default. If you need
    | this function anyway you can enable invoice deletion by setting the
    | value to true
    |
    */
    $config['enable_invoice_deletion'] = env_bool('ENABLE_INVOICE_DELETION');
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Disable the read-only mode
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | As it is forbidden in many countries to alter invoices that have been
    | sent to a customer the ability to alter invoices is disabled by default.
    | If you need this function anyway you can enable invoice deletion by
    | setting the value to true
    |
    */
    $config['disable_read_only'] = env_bool('DISABLE_READ_ONLY');
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Base Site URL
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | URL to your CodeIgniter root. Typically this will be your base URL,
    | WITH a trailing slash:
    |
    |       http://example.com/
    |
    | WARNING: You MUST set this value!
    |
    | If it is not set, then CodeIgniter will try guess the protocol and path
    | your installation, but due to security concerns the hostname will be set
    | to $_SERVER['SERVER_ADDR'] if available, or localhost otherwise.
    | The auto-detection mechanism exists only for convenience during
    | development and MUST NOT be used in production!
    |
    | If you need to allow multiple domains, remember that this file is still
    | a PHP script and you can easily do that on your own.
    |
    */
    $config['base_url'] = 'https://invoice.domain.tld/';
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Index File
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Typically this will be your index.php file, unless you've renamed it to
    | something else. If you are using mod_rewrite to remove the page set this
    | variable so that it is blank.
    |
    */
    $config['index_page'] = '';
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | URI PROTOCOL
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | This item determines which server global should be used to retrieve the
    | URI string.  The default setting of 'REQUEST_URI' works for most servers.
    | If your links do not seem to work, try one of the other delicious flavors:
    |
    | 'REQUEST_URI'    Uses $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']
    | 'QUERY_STRING'   Uses $_SERVER['QUERY_STRING']
    | 'PATH_INFO'      Uses $_SERVER['PATH_INFO']
    |
    | WARNING: If you set this to 'PATH_INFO', URIs will always be URL-decoded!
    */
    $config['uri_protocol'] = 'REQUEST_URI';
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | URL suffix
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | This option allows you to add a suffix to all URLs generated by CodeIgniter.
    | For more information please see the user guide:
    |
    | https://codeigniter.com/user_guide/general/urls.html
    */
    $config['url_suffix'] = '';
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Default Language
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | This determines which set of language files should be used. Make sure
    | there is an available translation if you intend to use something other
    | than english.
    |
    */
    $config['language'] = 'english';
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Default Character Set
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | This determines which character set is used by default in various methods
    | that require a character set to be provided.
    |
    | See http://php.net/htmlspecialchars for a list of supported charsets.
    |
    */
    $config['charset'] = 'UTF-8';
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Enable/Disable System Hooks
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | If you would like to use the 'hooks' feature you must enable it by
    | setting this variable to TRUE (boolean).  See the user guide for details.
    |
    */
    $config['enable_hooks'] = FALSE;
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Class Extension Prefix
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | This item allows you to set the filename/classname prefix when extending
    | native libraries.  For more information please see the user guide:
    |
    | https://codeigniter.com/user_guide/general/core_classes.html
    | https://codeigniter.com/user_guide/general/creating_libraries.html
    |
    */
    $config['subclass_prefix'] = 'MY_';
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Composer auto-loading
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Enabling this setting will tell CodeIgniter to look for a Composer
    | package auto-loader script in application/vendor/autoload.php.
    |
    |       $config['composer_autoload'] = TRUE;
    |
    | Or if you have your vendor/ directory located somewhere else, you
    | can opt to set a specific path as well:
    |
    |       $config['composer_autoload'] = '/path/to/vendor/autoload.php';
    |
    | For more information about Composer, please visit http://getcomposer.org/
    |
    | Note: This will NOT disable or override the CodeIgniter-specific
    |       autoloading (application/config/autoload.php)
    */
    $config['composer_autoload'] = FALSE;
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Allowed URL Characters
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | This lets you specify which characters are permitted within your URLs.
    | When someone tries to submit a URL with disallowed characters they will
    | get a warning message.
    |
    | As a security measure you are STRONGLY encouraged to restrict URLs to
    | as few characters as possible.  By default only these are allowed: a-z 0-9~%.:_-
    |
    | Leave blank to allow all characters -- but only if you are insane.
    |
    | The configured value is actually a regular expression character group
    | and it will be executed as: ! preg_match('/^[<permitted_uri_chars>]+$/i
    |
    | DO NOT CHANGE THIS UNLESS YOU FULLY UNDERSTAND THE REPERCUSSIONS!!
    |
    */
    $config['permitted_uri_chars'] = 'a-z 0-9~%.:_\-\(\)';
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Enable Query Strings
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | By default CodeIgniter uses search-engine friendly segment based URLs:
    | example.com/who/what/where/
    |
    | You can optionally enable standard query string based URLs:
    | example.com?who=me&what=something&where=here
    |
    | Options are: TRUE or FALSE (boolean)
    |
    | The other items let you set the query string 'words' that will
    | invoke your controllers and its functions:
    | example.com/index.php?c=controller&m=function
    |
    | Please note that some of the helpers won't work as expected when
    | this feature is enabled, since CodeIgniter is designed primarily to
    | use segment based URLs.
    |
    */
    $config['enable_query_strings'] = FALSE;
    $config['controller_trigger'] = 'c';
    $config['function_trigger'] = 'm';
    $config['directory_trigger'] = 'd';
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Allow $_GET array
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | By default CodeIgniter enables access to the $_GET array.  If for some
    | reason you would like to disable it, set 'allow_get_array' to FALSE.
    |
    | WARNING: This feature is DEPRECATED and currently available only
    |          for backwards compatibility purposes!
    |
    */
    $config['allow_get_array'] = TRUE;
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Error Logging Threshold
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | You can enable error logging by setting a threshold over zero. The
    | threshold determines what gets logged. Threshold options are:
    |
    |       0 = Disables logging, Error logging TURNED OFF
    |       1 = Error Messages (including PHP errors)
    |       2 = Debug Messages
    |       3 = Informational Messages
    |       4 = All Messages
    |
    | You can also pass an array with threshold levels to show individual error types
    |
    |       array(2) = Debug Messages, without Error Messages
    |
    | For a live site you'll usually only enable Errors (1) to be logged otherwise
    | your log files will fill up very fast.
    |
    */
    $config['log_threshold'] = IP_DEBUG ? 2 : 1;
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Error Logging Directory Path
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Leave this BLANK unless you would like to set something other than the default
    | application/logs/ directory. Use a full server path with trailing slash.
    |
    */
    $config['log_path'] = '';
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Log File Extension
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | The default filename extension for log files. The default 'php' allows for
    | protecting the log files via basic scripting, when they are to be stored
    | under a publicly accessible directory.
    |
    | Note: Leaving it blank will default to 'php'.
    |
    */
    $config['log_file_extension'] = '';
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Log File Permissions
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | The file system permissions to be applied on newly created log files.
    |
    | IMPORTANT: This MUST be an integer (no quotes) and you MUST use octal
    |            integer notation (i.e. 0700, 0644, etc.)
    */
    $config['log_file_permissions'] = 0644;
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Date Format for Logs
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Each item that is logged has an associated date. You can use PHP date
    | codes to set your own date formatting
    |
    */
    $config['log_date_format'] = 'Y-m-d H:i:s';
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Error Views Directory Path
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Leave this BLANK unless you would like to set something other than the default
    | application/views/errors/ directory.  Use a full server path with trailing slash.
    |
    */
    $config['error_views_path'] = '';
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Cache Directory Path
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Leave this BLANK unless you would like to set something other than the default
    | application/cache/ directory.  Use a full server path with trailing slash.
    |
    */
    $config['cache_path'] = '';
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Cache Include Query String
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Whether to take the URL query string into consideration when generating
    | output cache files. Valid options are:
    |
    |       FALSE      = Disabled
    |       TRUE       = Enabled, take all query parameters into account.
    |                    Please be aware that this may result in numerous cache
    |                    files generated for the same page over and over again.
    |       array('q') = Enabled, but only take into account the specified list
    |                    of query parameters.
    |
    */
    $config['cache_query_string'] = FALSE;
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Encryption Key
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | If you use the Encryption class, you must set an encryption key.
    | See the user guide for more info.
    |
    | https://codeigniter.com/user_guide/libraries/encryption.html
    |
    | Example usage:
    |
    |        $this->encryption->initialize(
    |            array(
    |                'cipher' => 'aes-256',
    |                'key' => $key,
    |            )
    |        );
    |        $plain_text = 'This is a plain-text message!';
    |        $ciphertext = $this->encryption->encrypt($plain_text);
    |        $decrypted_text = $this->encryption->decrypt($ciphertext);
    |
    */
    $config['encryption_cipher'] = env('ENCRYPTION_CIPHER');
    $config['encryption_key'] = env('ENCRYPTION_KEY');
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Session Variables
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | 'sess_driver'
    |
    |       The storage driver to use: files, database, redis, memcached
    |
    | 'sess_cookie_name'
    |
    |       The session cookie name, must contain only [0-9a-z_-] characters
    |
    | 'sess_expiration'
    |
    |       The number of SECONDS you want the session to last.
    |       Setting to 0 (zero) means expire when the browser is closed.
    |
    | 'sess_save_path'
    |
    |       The location to save sessions to, driver dependent.
    |
    |       For the 'files' driver, it's a path to a writable directory.
    |       WARNING: Only absolute paths are supported!
    |
    |       For the 'database' driver, it's a table name.
    |       Please read up the manual for the format with other session drivers.
    |
    |       IMPORTANT: You are REQUIRED to set a valid save path!
    |
    | 'sess_match_ip'
    |
    |       Whether to match the user's IP address when reading the session data.
    |
    |       WARNING: If you're using the database driver, don't forget to update
    |                your session table's PRIMARY KEY when changing this setting.
    |
    | 'sess_time_to_update'
    |
    |       How many seconds between CI regenerating the session ID.
    |
    | 'sess_regenerate_destroy'
    |
    |       Whether to destroy session data associated with the old session ID
    |       when auto-regenerating the session ID. When set to FALSE, the data
    |       will be later deleted by the garbage collector.
    |
    | Other session cookie settings are shared with the rest of the application,
    | except for 'cookie_prefix' and 'cookie_httponly', which are ignored here.
    |
    */
    $config['sess_driver'] = env('SESS_DRIVER', 'files');
    $config['sess_table_name'] = env('SESS_DRIVER', 'ip_sessions');
    $config['sess_cookie_name'] = env('SESS_DRIVER', 'ip_session');
    $config['sess_expiration'] = env('SESS_EXPIRATION', 864000);
    $config['sess_save_path'] = sys_get_temp_dir();
    $config['sess_match_ip'] = env('SESS_MATCH_IP', true);
    $config['sess_time_to_update'] = 300;
    $config['sess_regenerate_destroy'] = FALSE;
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Cookie Related Variables
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | 'cookie_prefix'   = Set a cookie name prefix if you need to avoid collisions
    | 'cookie_domain'   = Set to .your-domain.com for site-wide cookies
    | 'cookie_path'     = Typically will be a forward slash
    | 'cookie_secure'   = Cookie will only be set if a secure HTTPS connection exists.
    | 'cookie_httponly' = Cookie will only be accessible via HTTP(S) (no javascript)
    |
    | Note: These settings (with the exception of 'cookie_prefix' and
    |       'cookie_httponly') will also affect sessions.
    |
    */
    $config['cookie_prefix'] = '';
    $config['cookie_domain'] = '';
    $config['cookie_path'] = '/';
    $config['cookie_secure'] = env('COOKIE_SECURE', true);
    $config['cookie_httponly'] = FALSE;
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Standardize newlines
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Determines whether to standardize newline characters in input data,
    | meaning to replace \r\n, \r, \n occurrences with the PHP_EOL value.
    |
    | WARNING: This feature is DEPRECATED and currently available only
    |          for backwards compatibility purposes!
    |
    */
    $config['standardize_newlines'] = FALSE;
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Global XSS Filtering
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Determines whether the XSS filter is always active when GET, POST or
    | COOKIE data is encountered
    |
    | WARNING: This feature is DEPRECATED and currently available only
    |          for backwards compatibility purposes!
    |
    */
    $config['global_xss_filtering'] = FALSE;
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Cross Site Request Forgery
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Enables a CSRF cookie token to be set. When set to TRUE, token will be
    | checked on a submitted form. If you are accepting user data, it is strongly
    | recommended CSRF protection be enabled.
    |
    | 'csrf_token_name' = The token name
    | 'csrf_cookie_name' = The cookie name
    | 'csrf_expire' = The number in seconds the token should expire.
    | 'csrf_regenerate' = Regenerate token on every submission
    | 'csrf_exclude_uris' = Array of URIs which ignore CSRF checks
    */
    $config['csrf_protection'] = env('CSRF_PROTECTION', true);
    $config['csrf_token_name'] = '_ip_csrf';
    $config['csrf_cookie_name'] = 'ip_csrf_cookie';
    $config['csrf_expire'] = 3600;
    $config['csrf_regenerate'] = true;
    $config['csrf_exclude_uris'] = array();
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Output Compression
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Enables Gzip output compression for faster page loads.  When enabled,
    | the output class will test whether your server supports Gzip.
    | Even if it does, however, not all browsers support compression
    | so enable only if you are reasonably sure your visitors can handle it.
    |
    | Only used if zlib.output_compression is turned off in your php.ini.
    | Please do not use it together with httpd-level output compression.
    |
    | VERY IMPORTANT:  If you are getting a blank page when compression is enabled it
    | means you are prematurely outputting something to your browser. It could
    | even be a line of whitespace at the end of one of your scripts.  For
    | compression to work, nothing can be sent before the output buffer is called
    | by the output class.  Do not 'echo' any values with compression enabled.
    |
    */
    $config['compress_output'] = FALSE;
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Master Time Reference
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | Options are 'local' or any PHP supported timezone. This preference tells
    | the system whether to use your server's local time as the master 'now'
    | reference, or convert it to the configured one timezone. See the 'date
    | helper' page of the user guide for information regarding date handling.
    |
    */
    $config['time_reference'] = 'local';
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Rewrite PHP Short Tags
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | If your PHP installation does not have short tag support enabled CI
    | can rewrite the tags on-the-fly, enabling you to utilize that syntax
    | in your view files.  Options are TRUE or FALSE (boolean)
    |
    | Note: You need to have eval() enabled for this to work.
    |
    */
    $config['rewrite_short_tags'] = FALSE;
    
    /*
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Reverse Proxy IPs
    |--------------------------------------------------------------------------
    |
    | If your server is behind a reverse proxy, you must whitelist the proxy
    | IP addresses from which CodeIgniter should trust headers such as
    | HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR and HTTP_CLIENT_IP in order to properly identify
    | the visitor's IP address.
    |
    | You can use both an array or a comma-separated list of proxy addresses,
    | as well as specifying whole subnets. Here are a few examples:
    |
    | Comma-separated:      '10.0.1.200,192.168.5.0/24'
    | Array:                array('10.0.1.200', '192.168.5.0/24')
    */
    $config['proxy_ips'] = env('PROXY_IPS', array('AAA.AAA.A.A'));
    
    

    where AAA.AAA.AA.AA is my Nginx procy adress.

    My question is how can I config InvoicePlane to allow direct conexion with XXX.XXX.X.XX and also with invoice.domain.tld ? Because rewrite is strict and I cannot have both ip and domain. Finaly, quid of connected with ip adresse when sending email with link in it ?

    Thank you in advance for your precious help.


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    Number Start (sector) End (sector) Size Code Name 1 2048 4095 1024.0 KiB EF02 BIOS boot partition 2 4096 1232895 600.0 MiB EF00 EFI System 3 1232896 2461695 600.0 MiB 8300 Linux filesystem 4 2461696 2000409230 952.7 GiB 8E00 Linux LVM

    The disk partitions will look similar like above and the GRUB boot loader will ask you to unlock the boot partition with a password. After that, you will be asked to unlock the root and home partition with a password and your YubiKey device (2FA). The BIOS will be also protected by a password, otherwise UEFI secure boot can be disabled. But even if this is the case, your root and home partition will still be encrypted. This is maximum security.

    At the moment there exists only a guide for Arch Linux, but it should be similar for other Linux distributions. If you want to write a guide for Debian/Ubuntu or any other Linux, don't hesitate to open an issue on GitHub or bring your pull request.

    If you like this guide, please spread the word, so everyone can use it and don't forget to star this project on GitHub.


              Percona Server for MySQL 5.7.23-23 发布      Cache   Translate Page      

    Percona Server for MySQL 5.7.23-23 已发布,基于 MySQL 5.7.23,包含其中所的 bug 修复,Percona Server for MySQL 5.7.23-2 是目前 5.7 系列的最新稳定版本。更新如下:

    新特性

    • The max_binlog_files variable is deprecated, and the binlog_space_limit variable should be used instead of it. The behavior of binlog_space_limit is consistent with the variable relay-log-space-limit used for relay logs; both variables have the same semantics. For more information, see #275.

    • Starting with 5.7.23-23, it is possible to encrypt all data in the InnoDB system tablespace and in the parallel double write buffer. This feature is considered ALPHA quality. A new variable innodb_sys_tablespace_encrypt is introduced to encrypt the system tablespace. The encryption of the parallel double write buffer file is controlled by the variable innodb_parallel_dblwr_encrypt. Both variables are OFF by default. For more information, see #3822.

    • Changing rocksdb_update_cf_options returns any warnings and errors to the client instead of printing them to the server error log. For more information, see #4258.

    • rocksdb_number_stat_computers and rocksdb_rate_limit_delay_millis variables have been removed. For more information, see #4780.

    • A number of new variables were introduced for MyRocksrocksdb_rows_filtered to show the number of rows filtered out for TTL in MyRocks tables, rocksdb_bulk_load_allow_sk to allow adding secondary keys using the bulk loading feature, rocksdb_error_on_suboptimal_collation toggling warning or error in case of an index creation on a char field where the table has a sub-optimal collation, rocksdb_stats_recalc_ratespecifying the number of indexes to recalculate per second, rocksdb_commit_time_batch_for_recoverytoggler of writing the commit time write batch into the database, and rocksdb_write_policy specifying when two-phase commit data are actually written into the database.

    Bug 修复

    • The statement SELECT...ORDER BY produced inconsistent results with the euckr charset or euckr_bin collation. Bug fixed #4513 (upstream #91091).

    • InnoDB statistics could incorrectly report zeros in the slow query log. Bug fixed #3828.

    • With the FIPS mode enabled and performance_schema=off, the instance crashed when running the CREATE VIEW command. Bug fixed #3840.

    • The soft limit of the core file size was set incorrectly starting with PS 5.7.21-20. Bug fixed #4479.

    • The option innodb-optimize-keys could fail when a dumped table has two columns such that the name of one of them contains the other as as a prefix and is defined with the AUTO_INCREMENT attribute. Bug fixed #4524.

    • When innodb_temp_tablespace_encrypt was set to ON the CREATE TABLE command could ignore the value of the ENCRYPTION option. Bug fixed #4565.

    • If FLUSH STATUS was run from a different session, a statement could be counted twice in GLOBAL STATUS. Bug fixed #4570 (upstream #91541).

    • In some cases, it was not possible to set the flush_caches variable on systems that use systemd. Bug fixed #3796.

    • A message in the MyRocks log file did not clearly inform whether fast CRC32 was supported. Bug fixed #3988.

    • mysqld could not be started on Ubuntu if the database recovery had taken longer than ten minutes. Bug fixed #4546 (upstream #91423).

    • The ALTER TABLE command was slow when the number of dirty pages was high. Bug fixed #3702.

    • Setting the global variable version_suffix to NULL could lead to a server crash. Bug fixed #4785.

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              Big Win: Britain's GCHQ Spygrid Violates Right to Privacy, ECHR Rules      Cache   Translate Page      
    A major court ruling on Thursday said that the UK had violated European law, serving as a victory to privacy advocates worldwide. The news comes days after five nations charged with global surveillance released a memo urging tech companies to use workarounds to internet encryption.
              Information Technology Project Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
    CA-Lake Forest, Contract Technical Project Manager with experience planning, deploying and implementing "critical" infrastructure projects. Experience with mobile device management, cloud and encryption is a plus. This is a 6 month contract in the Lake Forest, CA. The ideal candidate will have successfully managed numerous infrastructure deployments with associated software implementations, have excellent project
              Datenklau-Gefahr: Neue Sicherheitslücke betrifft nahezu alle Laptops      Cache   Translate Page      

    Eine neuentdeckte Sicherheitslücke könnte Hackern den Zugriff auf sensible Daten erlauben. Betroffen sollen praktisch alle modernen Laptops sein – vor allem nach Diebstahl oder Verlust.

    Ob die Lücke in der Firmware moderner Laptops, vor der F-Secure jetzt warnt, letztendlich wirklich so dramatisch ist, wie sie klingt, wird sich in den nächsten Wochen ausweisen. Einem Bericht der finnischen Sicherheitsforscher zufolge soll die von ihnen entdeckte Sicherheitslücke jedenfalls Hackern Zugang zu sensiblen Daten ermöglichen. Betroffen dürften vor allem gestohlene oder verloren gegangene Laptops sein, denn die Hacker müssen physischen Zugriff auf die Geräte haben. Dann soll der Angriff aber in fünf Minuten über die Bühne gehen können.

    Sicherheitslücke in Laptops ermöglicht Cold-Boot-Attacken

    Die derzeitigen Sicherheitsmaßnahmen würden nicht ausreichen, um die Laptops zu schützen. Hacker könnten dadurch an Daten wie Verschlüsselungsschlüssel gelangen. Daher sei anzunehmen, dass viele Firmen eine Schwachstelle in ihrer IT-Sicherheit hätten, erklärt F-Secure-Experte Olle Segerdahl. Die großen Hersteller von Windows- und Mac-Laptops sowie Intel seien über die aufgespürte Sicherheitslücke informiert. Ein schneller Fix sei aber nicht zu erwarten.

    Aufgrund der Lücke könnten Hacker laut F-Secure einen sogenannten Cold-Boot-Angriff durchführen, eine Attacke, die seit 2008 bekannt ist. Bei Cold-Boot-Angriffen wird ein Computer neugestartet, ohne ordnungsgemäß heruntergefahren zu werden. Dann können die Daten wiederhergestellt werden, die dadurch kurzzeitig im RAM-Speicher verfügbar sind. Moderne Laptops überschreiben den RAM normalerweise, um genau diesen Datenzugriff zu verhindern. F-Secure ist es jetzt aber nach eigenen Angaben gelungen, diesen Schutzmechanismus auszuhebeln.

    Im Vergleich zur traditionellen Cold-Boot-Attacke seien einige Extra-Schritte notwendig gewesen, so Segerdahl. Der Angriff sei aber bei allen getesteten modernen Laptops erfolgreich gewesen. Da vor allem gestohlene oder verloren gegangene Laptops im Fokus stehen dürften, haben die Angreifer ohnehin viel Zeit, um sich Zugriff auf die Daten zu verschaffen. Gegenüber Techcrunch spielten Microsoft und Apple die Risiken des Angriffsszenarios für Unternehmen eher herunter. Microsoft ermutige Nutzer ohnehin dazu, unerlaubten Zugriff auf ihre Geräte zu verhindern. Apple schaue, wie es seine Macs und Macbooks schützen könne, hieß es. Apple-Geräte mit einem T2-Chip sind übrigens nicht von der Attacke betroffen.

    Laut F-Secure gibt es ansonsten für Unternehmen derzeit nicht viele Möglichkeiten, sich wirksam zu schützen. Die Laptops sollten aber im besten Fall so konfiguriert werden, dass sie beim Zuklappen automatisch herunterfahren statt in den Schlafmodus zu wechseln. Außerdem könnte beim Booten eine Bitlocker-PIN aktiviert werden. In jedem Fall sollten die IT-Abteilungen von Unternehmen das Szenario durchspielen, um mögliche Gegenmaßnahmen ergreifen zu können.

    Ebenfalls interessant: Neue Intel-Sicherheitslücke – Hacker können Laptops blitzschnell kapern


              Security: Back Doors, Russian Botnet/Botmaster and Tesla's Utter Fail      Cache   Translate Page      
    • California Eyes Questionable Legislation In Bid To Fix The Internet Of Broken Things

      If you hadn't noticed, the much-hyped internet of things is comically broken. WiFi connected Barbies that spy on your kids, refrigerators that cough up your Gmail credentials, and "smart" televisions that watch you as often as you watch them are all now the norm. And while this has all been the focus of a lot of humor (like the Internet of shit Twitter feed), security experts have been warning for a while about how introducing millions of security flaws into millions of homes and businesses is, sooner or later, going to come back and bite us all on the ass.

      As security analysts like Bruce Schneier have pointed out, few people in this dance of dysfunction really care, so things tend to not improve. Customers often aren't even aware (or don't care) that their device has been compromised and hijacked into a DDOS attacking botnet, and hardware vendors tend to prioritize sales of new devices over securing new (and especially older) gear.

      Efforts to regulate the problem away are the option for many. That's what California lawmakers are considering with the recent passage of SB-327, which was introduced in February of last year, passed the California Senate on August 29, and now awaits signing from California Governor Jerry Brown. If signed into law, it would take effect in early 2020, and mandates that "a manufacturer of a connected device shall equip the device with a reasonable security feature or features," while also taking aim at things like default login credentials by requiring devices auto-prompt users to change their usernames and passwords.

    • Labor unwilling to commit either way on encryption bill

      The Australian Labor Party appears to be hesitant about ruling out support for the government's Assistance and Access Bill, a draft of which was put up for comment on 14 August.

    • Russian man pleads guilty, admits he ran notorious Kelihos botnet

      The 38-year-old Russian’s botnet, which dated back to 2010, spanned more than 10,000 machines, and was primarily used to send out spam, steal logins, distribute ransomware, and more. Federal authorities shut it down in 2017.

    • 2-bit punks' weak 40-bit crypto didn't help Tesla keyless fobs one bit

              VeraCrypt 1.23      Cache   Translate Page      
    VeraCrypt is a free disk encryption software based on TrueCrypt. It adds enhanced security to the algorithms used for system and partitions encryption making it immune to new developments in brute-force attacks.
              Desktop Engineer - ThinkingAhead - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
    Ability to build efficient internal relations and communicate extensively with key internal stakeholders. Symantec, McAfee, Laptop encryption, AD RMS)....
    From ThinkingAhead - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 20:47:45 GMT - View all Nashville, TN jobs
              WinMagic enables enterprise-class full drive encryption for Linux      Cache   Translate Page      

    WinMagic has recently delivered the enterprise-class managed full drive encryption solution for Linux. The new capability empowers the company to assist enterprises struggling with managing encryption of their Linux-based devices. Linux users rely on the platform for its flexibility and robustness to deliver an enterprise’s workloads. This includes a reliance on Linux’s built-in tools — dm-crypt, cryptsetup, and Linux Unified Key Setup (LUKS) — to encrypt their devices and manage their encryption keys. While Linux’s … More

    The post WinMagic enables enterprise-class full drive encryption for Linux appeared first on Help Net Security.


              Backup4all Professional 7.4.457      Cache   Translate Page      
    See more info

    Author: Softland
    File size: 116 Mb
    Release date: 2018-09-10
    Screenshot: Screenshot
    Description: Highly configurable backup program with intuitive interface. Performs full, incremental, differential, mirror, and smart backups. Has file filters, scheduler, writes to CD/DVD, FTP/SFTP backup, versioning, encryption, email notification.
              Help Desk Specialist - Echoworx - Toronto, ON      Cache   Translate Page      
    *Job Summary* The encryption software market is expected to reach $2.16 billion by 2020 – and the competition for it is fierce. This is the fast growth and...
    From Indeed - Thu, 13 Sep 2018 14:52:41 GMT - View all Toronto, ON jobs
              Help Desk Specialist - Echoworx - Toronto, ON      Cache   Translate Page      
    We are proud to have clients in 30 countries using the *Echoworx *encryption platform, and to have more than 5,000 enterprise-level business, public sector and...
    From Indeed - Thu, 13 Sep 2018 14:52:41 GMT - View all Toronto, ON jobs
              Mozilla: Firefox Focus with GeckoView, WebRender, DNS over HTTPS (DoH)      Cache   Translate Page      
    • Firefox Focus with GeckoView

      Firefox Focus is private browsing as an app: It automatically blocks ads and trackers, so you can surf the web in peace. When you’re done, a single tap completely erases your history, cookies, and other local data.

    • WebRender newsletter #22

      The closer we get to shipping WebRender, the harder it is for me to take the time to go through commit logs and write the newsletter. But this time is special.

      Yesterday we enabled WebRender by default on Firefox Nightly for a subset of the users: Desktop Nvidia GPUs on Windows 10. This represents 17% of the nightly population. We chose to first target this very specific configuration in order to avoid getting flooded with driver bugs, and we’ll gradually add more as things stabilize.

    • Mozilla Future Releases Blog: DNS over HTTPS (DoH) – Testing on Beta

      DNS is a critical part of the Internet, but unfortunately has bad security and privacy properties, as described in this excellent explainer by Lin Clark. In June, Mozilla started experimenting with DNS over HTTPS, a new protocol which uses encryption to protect DNS requests and responses. As we reported at the end of August, our experiments in the Nightly channel look very good: the slowest users show a huge improvement, anywhere up to hundreds of milliseconds, and most users see only a small performance slowdown of around 6 milliseconds, which is acceptable given the improved security.


              Britain’s GCHQ Spygrid Violates Right to Privacy, ECHR Rules      Cache   Translate Page      
    A major court ruling on Thursday said that the UK had violated European law, serving as a victory to privacy advocates worldwide. The news comes days after five nations charged with global surveillance released a memo urging tech companies to use workarounds to internet encryption. The Strasbourg-based European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ruled Thursday that Britain’s Cheltenham-based surveillance […]
               Comment on Tesla Opens with Precomputed Key Fob Attack by Jacob       Cache   Translate Page      
    My ease of use vs the probability of my car being stolen through a very unlikely method is why I have a proximity key. If by some minuscule chance my car is stolen by someone hacking the encryption on my key or uses it to relay the connection, I have insurance that will replace it. Most proximity key systems have the ability to lock the door using either a button on the drivers exterior door handle (Mazda, Dodge, Mercedes, etc.) or simply touching a spot on the outside handle (Subaru, Toyota). I'll never buy another new car that doesn't have a proximity key system.
              Efficient and Privacy-preserving Voice-based Search over mHealth Data. (arXiv:1809.04583v1 [cs.CR])      Cache   Translate Page      

    Authors: Mohammad Hadian, Thamer Altuwaiyan, Xiaohui Liang, Wei Li

    In-home IoT devices play a major role in healthcare systems as smart personal assistants. They usually come with a voice-enabled feature to add an extra level of usability and convenience to elderly, disabled people, and patients. In this paper, we propose an efficient and privacy-preserving voice-based search scheme to enhance the efficiency and the privacy of in-home healthcare applications. We consider an application scenario where patients use the devices to record and upload their voice to servers and the caregivers search the interested voices of their patient's based on the voice content, mood, tone and background sound. Our scheme preserves the richness and privacy of voice data and enables accurate and efficient voice-based search, while in current systems that use speech recognition the richness and privacy of voice data are compromised. Specifically, our scheme achieves the privacy by employing a homomorphic encryption; only encrypted voice data is uploaded to the server who is unable to access the original voice data. In addition, our scheme enables the server to selectively and accurately respond to caregiver's queries on the voice data based on voice's feature similarity. We evaluate our scheme through real experiments and show that our scheme even with privacy preservation can successfully match similar voice data at an average accuracy of 80.8%.


              Enjoy a 94% discount on a lifetime ZenMate VPN account      Cache   Translate Page      
    Used by over 41 million users, ZenMate lets you access the web securely, anonymously, and without restriction. It employs top-level encryption to keep your passwords and banking information safe, letting you browse the web securely on any public or private Wi-Fi connection.
              Xero Global Release Update August 2018      Cache   Translate Page      

    Check out the latest updates for small businesses and partners, plus a peek at what’s coming soon. Xero changes and release updates can be found in Xero Central.
    Recently released  

    Search enhancements to Find & recode
    2SA now mandatory for AU Payroll admins and subscribers
    Alternative email for 2SA users
    Private use depreciation for fixed assets (NZ only)
    Partners can lodge Activity Statements with Xero (AU)
    Running balance for account transactions report
    Create a project invoice on Xero Projects for mobile
    Link credit notes to projects
    Invoice lists load instantly on mobile

    Payroll update

    Payroll timesheet integration with Projects (AU)
    Payslip PDF encryption (UK)

    Coming soon

    Email to bills – pre- populated fields
    Multi-page support for PDF receipts in new Expenses
    Add & edit bills on mobile
    Profit at a glance on mobile
    Uncoded transaction report
    Employee Bulk upload in Payroll
    WorkflowMax – moving to Xero login
    Improved Pay and Leave settings in Payroll (NZ)

    Released
    Search enhancements to Find & recode
    Advisors can now find and fix up their client’s mistakes even faster through new search enhancements to Find & recode in Xero.

    The post Xero Global Release Update August 2018 appeared first on Xero Blog.


              IT/DESKTOP SUPPORT - Upwork      Cache   Translate Page      
    Greeting everyone i am in need for remote Help-desk Technicians who will be supporting a variety of cloud based security applications. These include DNS hosting web protection , email spam protection /encryption Microsoft 365. This position will be commission based, agents get paid for the number of accounts they sign up. Corporate  vendors preferred Thank you

    Budget: $1000
    Posted On: September 13, 2018 19:51 UTC
    ID: 214196611
    Category: IT & Networking > Network & System Administration
    Skills: Amazon EC2, Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Windows Server, Network Administration, Network Security, System Administration, Windows Administration
    Country: United States
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              Zahid Khan — atzahidkhan@evotecpublisher.com / editorial@evotecpublisher.com      Cache   Translate Page      
    from: Editorial Office <editorial@evotecpublishers.com>
    reply-to: Editorial Office <editorial@evotecpublishers.com>
    date: 14 September 2018 at 03:44
    subject: Invitation for Manuscript Submission - The Open Journal of Criminology and Sociology
    mailed-by: evotecpublishers.com
    Signed by: evotecpublishers.com
    security: Standard encryption (TLS)

    A new journal entitled The Open Journal of Criminology & Sociology that has been launched in 2018 by the Evotec Publisher. This is a peer-reviewed open access journal.

    The Open Journal of Criminology & Sociology seeks to publish peer-reviewed expert review/research articles in all aspects of criminology and sociology and it is a valuable source for intellectuals dealing with the various aspects related to crime whether its criminology, sociology, anthropology, psychology, law, economics, politics or social work and penology. The journal aims to be the leading forum for expert review and research articles in the field.

    We are currently asking for and receiving papers for the inaugural volume. In recognition of your outstanding reputation and contribution in your field, we would like to invite you to submit the full manuscript by October 15, 2018 via email atzahidkhan@evotecpublisher.com.

    By submitting your article to the journal you will benefit from:

    • Open Access – articles are freely available online
    • Rigorous peer review (within 4 to 6 weeks)
    • Immediate publication on acceptance
    • High visibility
    • Retaining the copyright to your article

    Submission for inaugural volume will be FREE (Excluding composing charges).

    Please feel free to contact me if you have any queries. If you think that anyone from your colleagues will be interested in submitting his/her work to the journal, please feel free to ask to contact me.

    I hope that you will encourage the efforts and the success of this new journal.

    I am looking forward to your positive response.

    Thank you.
    With kind regards,

    Editorial Office
    The Open Journal of Criminology & Sociology
    Evotec Publisher
    Email: editorial@evotecpublisher.com

              Fifth Amendment’s Application To Encryption and Biometric Information      Cache   Translate Page      
    In this article, we plan to discuss the Fifth Amendment implications of requirements to digitally identify oneself, for example by facial or thumbprint recognition. The spread of data-encryption services has made the retrieval of information more difficult for law enforcement officials.  Over half the attempts the FBI made to unlock devices in 2017, for example, […]
              Send Anywhere (File Transfer) v8.9.13 [Unlocked] [Latest]      Cache   Translate Page      

    Send Anywhere: Easy, quick, and unlimited file sharing ▶ Features • Transfer any file type without altering the original • All you need is a one-time 6-digit key for an easy file transfer • Wi-Fi Direct: transfer without using data or the Internet • Easy link sharing via all Social Media and Messenger Apps • Reinforced file encryption (256-bit) ▶ Wi-Fi Direct (NEW) – With nearby Android devices, you can use Wi-Fi Direct to send files • WITHOUT using data or an Internet connection • Via a 4-digit key or QR code OR • Send to nearby devices directly via search functionality ▶ When to use Send Anywhere! • When moving photos, videos, and music to your PC! • When

    The post Send Anywhere (File Transfer) v8.9.13 [Unlocked] [Latest] appeared first on APK4Free.


              ZetaTorrent Pro – Torrent App v3.7.3 [Patched] [Latest]      Cache   Translate Page      

    ZetaTorrent is a built-in browser allowing to open and download torrent file contents. Pro Features: Built-in browser Full featured File Manager Torrent – Support external SD-card download (Lollipop) – Network usage (WIFI, WiMAX, all networks) – Save .torrent file (specific folders can be selected) – Notification bar (Extended notification bar support) – Actions for completed torrents – notification, move, media scanner, automatically remove (✔Pro only) / seed – Port, uPnp & NAT-PMP port mapping – Download / upload bandwidth and connection limit – DHT, Local peer discovery, uTP, Peer exchange, Protocol encryption – Watch incoming folder (Pro only) – Download automatically when a new torrent file is added. – Proxy – IP Filter RSS feed – Filter – keywords, regular expressions

    The post ZetaTorrent Pro – Torrent App v3.7.3 [Patched] [Latest] appeared first on APK4Free.


               Comment on Microsoft extends security patch support for some Windows 7 users by Mahhn       Cache   Translate Page      
    The MS surfaces we have do not allow (Im sure there is a way to hack it) you to install an OS, only restore W8 from an internal source - no company image, no 3rd party Full Disk Encryption. Maybe new newer ones you can do those things, but we are already soured by the crap we ended up with, which drove us from any more Surfaces. As another person mentioned on another article, Android is advertising/data collecting software disguised as an OS, which in my opinion is why it's locked down, to keep those aspects in place. Google does not do anything for free.
              #9 El cifrado de discos duros ahora es inútil: consiguen saltarse la protección      Cache   Translate Page      

    #6 Si quieres te lo pongo en inglés: "New Cold Boot Attack Unlocks Disk Encryption On Nearly All Modern PCs"

    » autor: ÆGEAN


              #1 El cifrado de discos duros ahora es inútil: consiguen saltarse la protección      Cache   Translate Page      

    Original [ENG]: thehackernews.com/2018/09/cold-boot-attack-encryption.html

    » autor: ÆGEAN


              TP-Link AC600 High Gain Wireless Dual Band USB Adapter, Support Windows XP/7/8/8.1/Linux/Mac OS (Archer T2UH) $13.59      Cache   Translate Page      
    TP-Link AC600 High Gain Wireless Dual Band USB Adapter, Support Windows XP/7/8/8.1/Linux/Mac OS (Archer T2UH) $13.59 free shipping with Amazon Prime
    • Support Windows XP/7/8/8.1/Linux/Mac OS X 10.7-10.10
    • Ideal for gaming online and HD video streaming
    • 600Mbps Wi-Fi speeds with simultaneous 5GHz (433Mbps) and 2.4GHz (150Mbps) bands
    • Connects to PCs via USB
    • Compact design and 3ft. cable for easy desktop placement
    • High-gain external antenna for increased coverage
    • WPS button for easy wireless security encryption
    • Industry-leading 2-year warranty and unlimited 24/7 technical support

              We look at the future of the internet as Google wants to kill the URL and Chrome continues to dominate browser market       Cache   Translate Page      
    In this photo illustration the website of Google is displayed on a laptop on March 3, 2018.

    In this photo illustration the website of Google is displayed on a laptop on March 3, 2018.; Credit: Carsten Koall/Getty Images

    AirTalk®

    Ten years ago, Google revealed the Chrome browser, a freeware web browser for Microsoft Windows that was later ported to Linux, macOS, iOS and Android.

    Google Chrome quickly moved ahead of the pack and now accounts for 60 percent of browser usage. Today, about 1 billion people are using Chrome each month with 2 billion copies of the web browser installed. Google services like YouTube, Gmail and Google Maps gained enormous popularity. Meanwhile, Chrome led an industry effort to build the modern web, from popularizing auto-updates to aggressively promoting HTTPS web encryption. 

    To continue their pattern of radical changes, Google is considering doing away with URLs altogether. How will that work? And what could possibly be used in place of URLs? Industry analysts join us to explain. 

    We asked Google to join the show but they declined to be interviewed at this time.

    Guests:

    Lily Hay Newman, security reporter at Wired who recently wrote an article on the state of URL’s; she tweets @lilyhnewman

    Joe Balestrino, consultant and independent search-engine-optimization expert; author of the book, "The Definitive Guide to Local Search" (Joe Balestrino, 2011); he tweets @joeybalestrino

    This content is from Southern California Public Radio. View the original story at SCPR.org.


              Security flaw can leak Intel ME encryption keys      Cache   Translate Page      
    Intel has released updates for Intel ME, SPS, and TXE firmware to address encryption key-spilling flaw.
              VerCrypt 1.23      Cache   Translate Page      
    VeraCrypt is a great application to establish and maintain an on-the-fly-encrypted volume. On-the-fly encryption means that data is automatically encrypted right before it is saved and decrypted right after it is loaded, without any user intervention...
              Reddit: Suite of Products for Device Management      Cache   Translate Page      

    I'm hoping for some guidance from some of you extraordinary people.

    What I'm trying to do is get together some products to use for device management, as our company is considering supporting Linux devices internally (much to my delight). We'll need things like policy management, central LUKS volume encryption control, automate software installs, and preferably something to manage the device "state", meaning that if something critical gets removed by a user it will reinstall it automatically.

    I have a few products in mind, but I figured I'd ask people more experienced in enterprise deployment than I (I'm a coder and don't really get involved with integration that much).

    Any suggestions would be appreciated!

    Thanks!

    Edit: For clarification, the reason I'm asking is because I.T have come to the resident Linux users for assistance in this project.

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              LXer: Encrypt A Drive With VeraCrypt in Linux      Cache   Translate Page      
    TrueCrypt was known as a gold standard in filesystem encryption. It was known for providing excellent encryption options, including hidden encrypted volumes. That's something the LUKS can't do. TrueCrypt has been abandoned, but it's been forked into VeraCrypt.
              Global Mobile Encryption Market 2018: Research Analysis, Strategies, Business Plan, Revenue and forecast 2018-2025      Cache   Translate Page      
    (EMAILWIRE.COM, September 14, 2018 ) The Global Mobile Encryption Market was valued at USD 591.1 million in 2016 and is projected to reach USD 6,720.5 million by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 31.01% from 2017 to 2025. There are increasing concerns about dealing with the protection of business as...
              Update - VeraCrypt v1.23      Cache   Translate Page      
    VeraCrypt is an encryption software that enables you to create encrypted containers to store your sensitive files and documents. An encrypted container file can be stored anywhere on your computer o....
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    It appears that messaging app Blastchat – which was recently selected for Kik’s $3 million cryptocurrency developer program – has been caught storing sensitive user data, including passwords, in plain text. Blastchat gained recognition following its inclusion the Kin Developer Program, an incubator-style startup ecosystem created by instant messaging giant Kik. The program is designed to source the best in new cryptocurrency projects by putting $3 million in incentives up for grabs. Despite earning a spot in Kik’s developer program, Blastchat reportedly did not use any encryption for communicating between devices and (centralized) servers. This means that all passwords, emails,…

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    Syncovery is a great application used to back up data and to synchronize PCs, servers, and notebooks. Users can choose the user interface that suits them best: Wizard Mode or Advanced Mode. The settings are stored in multiple profiles, and the software comes with support for FTP and secure FTP servers, SSH, WebDAV, Amazon S3, http, partial file updating, ZIP compression, data encryption, and a scheduler for automated backups. The scheduler can run as a service without users having to log on. On Windows XP or later, locked files can be copied using the Volume Shadow Service.

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