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Blueway Software Works (who purchased the intellectual property rights to PC/GEOS from the estate of Frank Fischer of Breadbox when he passed away) seems to have published the source code for PC/GEOS on their GitHub repository.

This repository is the official place to hold all the source code around the PC/GEOS graphical user interface and its sophisticated applications. It is the source to build SDK and release version of PC/GEOS. It is the place to collaborate on further developments.

While I can't ascertain the exact version that they have published, it looks like it contains all of the UI options/themes provided in Ensemble 2.0 onwards (i.e. Motif, OS/2 2.0 PM and Windows 95). It also looks like they have published the source code for all of the Breadbox titles (extra games and so on) that were sold separately. By the looks of it, they are also re-factoring the source to allow it to be compiled on Windows and Linux with more modern toolchains.


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If you you need to do a quick Twilio test, or compile and run programs on a remote computer without any GUI, or run test programs on your own computer and you don’t want to use a full blown IDE development environment, this is the article for you.

Check Java Installation

Confirm that you have a Java runtime environment (JRE) on your computer for running Java class files:

$ java -version
java version "1.8.0_131"<br/>Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_131-b11)<br/>Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.131-b11, mixed mode)
Check that you have the Java compiler on your computer:
$ javac
Usage: javac <options> <source files>
...

If you don’t have both, please go to Oracle’s Java SE page and download the Java JDK.

The Java Standard Edition (Java SE) is what you need for developing and running Java programs from command line. Java SE has a Java Development Kit (JDK) which contains a Java Virtual Machine (JVM), the runtime environment (JRE) for running Java programs, and the compiler (javac).

Create and Run a Hello World Program

Create a working directory, for example: /projects/jtwilio. Before trying a Twilio request program, create and run the Hello World program, hello.java. This will confirm your environment is setup and working.

public class hello {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        System.out.println("Hello world.");
    }
}

Compile the file into bytecode using the javac command.

$ javac hello.java 
$ ls -l
total 17968
-rw-r--r--  1 dthurston  410487729      416 Oct 26 15:13 hello.class
-rw-r--r--  1 dthurston  410487729      118 Oct 26 15:13 hello.java
...

Run the program using the JVM. The JVM is an interpreter that reads and runs the hello.class file.

$ java hello
Hello world.

You now have a tested, working Java environment to compile and run Java programs. Next, is to integrate the Twilio Java helper library into your compilations and run the programs using the helper library.

Create and Run a Twilio API Request Java Program

Download the Twilio helper library JAR file into your working directory. JAR stands for Java ARchive file. Essentially a JAR file is an archive zip file. Go to the repository directory and download the recent helper JAR file. At the time of writing the most recent JAR file is 7.29.0.

Create a program to list your Twilio account phone numbers: listAccNums.java.

import com.twilio.Twilio;
import com.twilio.base.ResourceSet;
import com.twilio.rest.api.v2010.account.IncomingPhoneNumber;
public class listAccNums {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        Twilio.init("ACXXXXXX","YYYYYYYY");
        System.out.println("+ List account numbers:");
        ResourceSet<IncomingPhoneNumber> accnumbers = IncomingPhoneNumber.reader().read();
        for (IncomingPhoneNumber number : accnumbers) {
            System.out.println(
                    "++ " + number.getPhoneNumber()
                    + " " + number.getDateCreated()
                    + " " + number.getFriendlyName()
            );
        }
    }
}

You can view the contents of a JAR file using the jar command. You could rename the JAR file to have the extension, “.zip” and unzip the file to see the contents. But the jar command is much easier.

$ jar -tf twilio-7.29.0-jar-with-dependencies.jar
META-INF/
META-INF/MANIFEST.MF
META-INF/maven/
...
org/apache/http/client/methods/RequestBuilder.class
org/apache/http/client/methods/HttpGet.class
...
com/twilio/rest/api/v2010/account/IncomingPhoneNumberReader.class
... 
com/twilio/rest/api/v2010/account/IncomingPhoneNumber.class
... 
com/twilio/rest/taskrouter/
...
com/twilio/rest/trunking/
... 
com/twilio/rest/accounts/
... 
com/twilio/rest/voice/
... 
com/twilio/rest/wireless/
... 

Note, in the above listing, is the file: IncomingPhoneNumberReader.class, which is imported into the sample program: listAccNums.java.

Compile the program. List the class file program. Run the program.

$ javac -cp twilio-7.29.0-jar-with-dependencies.jar listAccNums.java
$ ls -l
-rw-r--r--  1 dthurston  410487729      416 Oct 26 15:13 hello.class
-rw-r--r--  1 dthurston  410487729      118 Oct 26 15:13 hello.java
-rw-r--r--  1 dthurston  410487729     1707 Oct 26 15:22 listAccNums.class
-rw-r--r--  1 dthurston  410487729     1072 Oct 26 15:22 listAccNums.java
-rw-r--r--@ 1 dthurston  410487729  9185399 Oct 25 18:36 twilio-7.29.0-jar-with-dependencies.jar
$ java -cp .:twilio-7.29.0-jar-with-dependencies.jar listAccNums
+ List account numbers:
++ +16505551111 2017-11-20T19:04:46.000Z (650) 555-1111
++ +16505552222 2018-10-25T19:32:20.000Z (650) 555-2222
...

The compile command includes the Twilio helper library JAR file. The run command includes the Twilio helper JAR file, and the current directory: “.” which his where the class file listAccNums.class is located. “-cp” is the short form for “-classpath”.

Optionally, create a scripts for compiling and running your Twilio Java programs. Put script in your PATH for ease of execution. Following are my UNIX script examples: jc for compiling, jr for running.

$ cat /usr/local/bin/jc
javac -cp twilio-7.29.0-jar-with-dependencies.jar $1.java
$ chmod u+x usr/local/bin/jc

$ cat /usr/local/bin/jr
java -cp .:twilio-7.29.0-jar-with-dependencies.jar $1
$ chmod u+x usr/local/bin/jr

Test the scripts by re-compiling the account phone number list program and re-running it.

$ jc listAccNums
$ jr listAccNums
+ List account numbers:
+ List account numbers:
++ +16505551111 2017-11-20T19:04:46.000Z (650) 555-1111
++ +16505552222 2018-10-25T19:32:20.000Z (650) 555-2222
...

With jc and jr, you have an easy way to compile and run Twilio Java programs.

If you are using an IDE, and you need a quick method to add the Twilio Java library, without using Gradle or Maven, you can download the library JAR file and include it in your IDE’s project. The following screen print shows the JAR file included in my NetBeans project. The same approach will work with Eclipse.

Summary

There you have it, a quick methods of running Java programs that use the Twilio Java helper library to make Twilio REST API requests, using a minimum amount of setup. This is handy for quick testing and managing programs on remote computers where command line is the only option.

To help you get started writing Twilio Java programs, take a look at these set of programs I recently created based on the Twilio documentation.


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Breathes there the man, with soul so dead, / Who never to himself hath said, / This is my own, my native land! / Whose heart hath ne’er within him burn’d, / As home his footsteps he hath turn’d…”

—Sir Walter Scott

 

Native land means different things to different people. To some it’s a nation with well-defined borders, like France or Sweden; to others, it transcends borders, à la Ireland or Korea. For many, I think, native land invokes something more intimate and parochial: a patch of earth that, no matter where life takes us, stays synonymous with home. For me, that place is the Bronx of the 1950s and ’60s, a lower-middle/middle-middle-class agglomeration of apartment houses, single-family homes, and small businesses sprawled between Long Island Sound to the east and the Hudson River to the west, a so-called bedroom borough whose north-south subway lines transported its inhabitants to and from jobs in Manhattan. 

Reeking of exhaust and incinerators, the Bronx was chockablock with pizzerias, German and Jewish delis, Irish bars; blessed with spacious parks, a world-class zoo and botanical garden; and possessed of the Ruthian diamond—the crown jewel of major league baseball—Yankee Stadium. The skyline looming to the south was the imperial city, a dream-big place, proximate yet far away. Ours was the workaday, no-illusion city, its concrete precincts filled with cops, firemen, pipefitters, clerks, mechanics, motormen, taxi drivers, teachers, housewives, shop owners, wire lathers, civil servants, and union members, the everyday people who kept the place running.

Solid, stolid, often the butt of jokes (“The Bronx, no thonx,” wrote Ogden Nash), the borough was a small-scale Yugoslavia: ethnic enclaves interspersed with areas in which, though physically mingled, groups lived psychically and culturally apart. Jews, by far the most numerous population, branched out from the Art Deco stem of the Grand Course. Highbridge, Kingsbridge, and Woodlawn were heavily Irish. Fordham, presided over by the Jesuit Gothic of the eponymous university, was bordered to the west by the well-heeled Irish parish of St. Nicholas of Tolentine; to the southeast by Belmont, a tight-knit Italian village of modest apartment buildings and meticulously tended one- and two-family homes.

The once-Irish/Jewish South Bronx filled with newly arrived Puerto Ricans and African Americans. The East Bronx was a trifecta of Jews, Irish, and Italians. Riverdale, in the borough’s northwest corner, felt like an appendage of suburban Westchester County. Fieldston, adjacent to it, was a privately owned enclave of privilege and palatial homes.

Home to almost a million-and-a-half people, the borough had only one real hotel, the Concourse Plaza. It was often referred to as the “Bronx’s Waldorf Astoria,” a description more aspirational than exact, which is not to say it wasn’t a fine place to spend the night. Around the corner from where my wife was raised and a Mickey Mantle home run away from Yankee Stadium, the Concourse Plaza is at the center of the 1956 movie A Catered Affair, a tale of working-class Irish-Catholic parents in conflict over their daughter’s wedding reception.

In an improbable feat of casting, the taxi-driving, Irish-Catholic dad is played by Ernest Borgnine, the daughter by Debbie Reynolds, and the mother by Bette Davis, whose attempt at a Bronx accent is somewhere between a misfire and weird. (Barry Fitzgerald, her brother, has a rich Irish brogue, a discrepancy left unexplained.) The movie was based on a television play by Bronx-native Paddy Chayefsky, who the previous year had won the Academy Award for best screenplay for Marty, another Bronx tale with Ernest Borgnine in his Academy Award–winning role as an Italian-American butcher.

I recall Marty receiving accolades from relatives and neighbors. Scenes shot in the Bronx and mention of places like Fordham Road and Arthur Avenue sprinkled Hollywood stardust over the borough’s prosaic precincts. As opposed to Marty, which had a ring of authenticity, A Catered Affair was a blatant attempt to piggyback on the success of its predecessor, with Irish characters substituted for Italian. The screenplay was written by Gore Vidal who, if pressed, could probably have located the Bronx somewhere between Montreal and the Upper East Side. The movie earned mostly Bronx cheers.

 

When I heard talk of intermarriage, it referred to Irish-Italian nuptials.

We Bronx Irish defined ourselves as much by parishes as neighborhoods. I was from St. Raymond’s, in Parkchester, in the East Bronx. Founded in 1842, it was the first Catholic church in Westchester County. (The Bronx became a separate county in 1914. The five boroughs of New York City are coterminous with state counties.) In the burial yard in front of the church were three towering Celtic crosses, monuments to the half-century reign of a triad of Irish monsignori. Despite all belonging to the genus of B.I.C. (Bronx Irish Catholic), we at St. Raymond Elementary School considered ourselves distinctly different from our counterparts in the neighboring parish of St. Helena’s.

A planned community of 12,000 apartments spread across 171 buildings between 7 and 13 stories, Parkchester was created by the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, which also financed construction of Stuyvesant Town in Manhattan. Parks and open spaces were strategically placed. The main means of transportation were subways and the extensive system of city-owned bus lines. But in anticipation of a rapid increase in car ownership, there were multistoried garages and copious parking spaces.

Parkchester’s residents were overwhelmingly Jewish and Catholic—Irish in the main. The few Protestants who lived there were regarded with curiosity. Up until the 1960s, Metropolitan Life excluded African Americans from both Stuyvesant Town and Parkchester. This was of a piece with the intransigent residential segregation that prevailed (and still prevails) across large swathes of the city. Desperate to increase the supply of middle-class housing—at least for whites—New York’s progressive mayor, Fiorello LaGuardia, reluctantly went along. (Ironically, the oval at Parkchester’s center once contained the ballfield on which the Negro League’s Lincoln Giants played their home games.)

Parkchester was built on the site of the old Catholic Protectory, which was founded in 1863 by Archbishop John Hughes, the Ulster-born hierarch who established Fordham University, initiated the building of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and made the New York Irish into a political as well as religious constituency. The Protectory housed orphans and abandoned children, mostly Irish, whom the Children’s Aid Society had begun shipping west on “Orphan Trains” to be settled among God-fearing, Anglo-Saxon Protestants.

Bordering Parkchester, Morris Park to the west and Castle Hill to the east were heavily Italian. A step behind in terms of assimilation and economic advancement, Italians generally preferred houses with small gardens rather than apartments. Parochial schools brought us together. Friendships blossomed and so did fights. I remember the schoolyard of St. Raymond’s as an asphalt Serengeti where the weak were bullied and Irish toughs battled tough Italians. (Pugilistically inept, I did my best to be inconspicuous.)

Sometimes the rivalries were humorous. One Italian carting company emblazoned on its garbage trucks “We Cater Irish Weddings.” When I heard talk of “intermarriage” it referred to Irish-Italian nuptials. It wasn’t until later that miscegenation escalated into ethnic meltdown and bred a new strain of Hiberno-Mediterranean offspring notable for their good looks.

Over the years, I’ve heard from Jewish Bronxites about suffering verbal harassment (“kikes,” “sheenies,” “Christ-killers”) and physical abuse from, as one friend put it, “Irish pogromists.” Without doubting their accounts, that wasn’t my experience. Through all my years of parochial school, I never heard anti-Semitic professions by teachers or clergy. We were told it was our sins that nailed Jesus to the cross. If either of my parents suspected we were cursing or bullying Jews, retribution would have been swift and severe. Yet I had no Jewish friends. We lived separately together. One thing shared by gentiles and Jews was a familiarity with Yiddish. To be a Bronxite was to schlepp and kibitz, and to understand the difference between a schmuck and a mensch.

I had no acquaintance with Jewish girls, except one. We rode the 20 BX bus together, she to Walton Girls High School in Kingsbridge, me to all-male Manhattan Prep in Riverdale. I sat in the back with my school buddies, she in front with her classmates. The first time I saw her, I was smitten by her thin and graceful figure, clothes loose and flowing (our style then was tight), thick black curls (the fashion was long and straight), an early-blossoming flower child. It was part of growing up in the Bronx to figure out, as quickly as possible, a person’s tribe. I identified her Jewishness in the same way, if she bothered to notice, she perceived my goyishness.

We never spoke. And then, one September, she was gone, off to college I presumed. I spent months bereft. Recently, for the first time in fifty years, I rode a bus along the old route, and it all flooded back, my lonely-hearts Bronx tale, unbridgeable worlds in the same borough, on the same bus.

 

Economic change drove social change, and reinforced it. Vatican II altered our unalterable church.

My first ancestors arrived in New York when Margaret and Michael Manning fled the Great Famine. Margaret Manning, their daughter and my paternal grandmother, was born in 1863, in the village of Fordham—at that time part of Westchester County—and baptized in the university church. (It was then called St. John’s College.) My grandfather Patrick Quinn, a union organizer, was born in Tipperary in 1859. His family emigrated to New York in 1870. He married Margaret Manning, a seamstress, in St. Brigid’s church, on the Lower East Side, in 1899. They moved to the Bronx in 1914, where they bought a small house in the West Farms neighborhood which, despite its name, was absent all things agricultural.

Contra the notion of Irish obsession with ancestry, my family showed little interest in the past. My mother had an active disinterest, routinely tossing out documents and obfuscating or bowdlerizing the fate of relatives who fell victim to impoverishment or their own misbehaviors (or both). The primary focus of my parents and grandparents wasn’t on the Irish past but the American future, and their children’s role in it.

My father recalled that as a boy on the Lower East Side he shared a room with his older brother in which they rarely stayed. My grandparents hosted relative after relative as they arrived from Ireland, until none were left to bring over. If my grandfather heard anyone sentimentalizing about the old country his instant riposte was, “If you miss it so much, why don’t you go back?” Romantic Ireland didn’t ring very convincingly in crowded tenement rooms.

Catherine Riordan of Blarney, County Cork, landed at Castle Garden in 1888. (It would be four years before Ellis Island opened and processed its first immigrant, Annie Moore, also of County Cork.) Though Catherine claimed to be eighteen, it’s more likely she was fifteen or sixteen and lied about her age so she could join her older sister as a domestic and begin sending remittances home to finance her siblings’ journeys. She stayed at maid’s work until she met James Murphy, a native-Irish speaker from near Macroom, who worked as a mechanic at Yorkville’s Rupert Brewery. My mother, Viola Murphy, the last of their six children, was born on the top floor of a four-story walkup on 149th Street, in the Bronx.

Coming of age in the 1920s, my parents belonged to the first truly modern generation. Electricity rolled back night and blazed the Great White Way. New appliances alleviated the burden of ancient drudgeries. Movies and radio revolutionized entertainment. Cars and airplanes shrank old barriers of distance. Credit and the installment plan made commonplace what were once luxuries. People’s expectations rose exponentially. The population of the Bronx tripled to 1.2 million in 1930 from 400,000 in 1910. Progress and prosperity were presumed, with America in the vanguard, and Jazz Age New York ahead of all.

While none of my grandparents went beyond primary school, my parents graduated from college. My father received a B.S. in civil engineering from Manhattan College (despite its name, it’s in the Bronx) and worked on the construction of the IND subway while attending Fordham Law School at night. My mother was a classics major at Mt. Saint Vincent, in Riverdale. They met in 1928 at a parish St. Patrick’s Day dance in the Bronx. They loved nightclubs, the theater—musicals, the Marx Brothers, Shakespeare—and reveled in the speakeasy hubbub in which my mother’s bartender brother was much admired for his skill as a mixologist.

The presumption that they had escaped their ancestors’ world—a chronicle of unhappy endings that culminated in starvation and migration—was rocked by the Crash of ’29 and the Great Depression. My mother lost her small savings as a teacher when the Edgewater Savings Bank folded. Her immigrant father lost his life savings, the accumulation of forty years working in a brewery. Pensionless, he worked until he died. My two aunts, one a teacher, the other a secretary, stayed unwed and at home to support my grandmother.

Though he had an engineering and law degree, my father struggled to find a full-time job. He volunteered with the local Democratic Club. Edward J. Flynn, the formidable Fordham-educated leader (aka “The Boss”) of the Bronx Democratic organization and a confidante of Governor Franklin Roosevelt, took a liking to him. Flynn sent my father to the 1932 Democratic National Convention in Chicago as part of a contingent that worked behind the scenes to keep the New York delegation in line for FDR. My father campaigned hard for FDR, speaking around the city from the back of a flatbed truck. In 1936, he was elected to the State Assembly. A week after the election, eight years after they met, my parents were married.

My father spent the rest of his life in Bronx politics, serving in the assembly until 1944, then a term in the U.S. Congress (he was one of the two congressmen from New York who rode FDR’s funeral train to Hyde Park), and the rest of his career as a judge of the Municipal Court, chief judge of the City Court, and a justice of the State Supreme Court. He was at home in the Bronx, in the parish in which he grew up.

His obituary in the New York Times states that his “associates described him as a witty and brilliant man who loved to sing Irish songs and tell Irish stories.” My father and mother were both fine singers and dancers. The songs were mainly from Broadway shows or The Great American Songbook, the dances foxtrots and waltzes, not reels and jigs. The “Irish songs” weren’t folk tunes but Irish-American favorites like “Harrigan,” “Galway Bay,” and their all-time favorite, “How Are Things in Glocca Morra?” (lyrics by Jewish songwriter E. Y. Harberg). The stories my father excelled at telling—stories salted with theatrical mastery of dialects—rarely involved Ireland (when they did, they were ghost stories) and rose instead from his life amid the mishegas of Bronx politics.

I took for granted that the Irish-American world my family existed in for over a century would remain as it was. The election of John F. Kennedy as president in 1960 felt like a capstone. Shortly before the election, Kennedy spoke at the Concourse Plaza. My father, running in his last election for the state Supreme Court, also spoke. Afterwards, Kennedy traveled up the Grand Course on the back of a convertible, a quaintly distant, pre-Dallas image. My friends and I stood in front of the Loew’s Paradise, a movie palace that has since then been stripped and defaced, and helped swell the panethnic delirium that arose when Kennedy mounted a platform in front of the long-vanished Sachs Furniture and Krum’s Candy stores.

 

Permanence of any kind is the grandest of illusions. What was different about the Bronx was the velocity with which the illusion crumbled. The origins of the Bronx as one of the city’s five boroughs (the only one on the U.S. mainland) were obscure even to Bronxites. I heard passing mention among my elders of “annexation” and “consolidation,” but the hardedge, unremitting brick-on-brick streetscapes disguised its overnight transformation from pastoral to metropolitan and made it seem pretty much the same since the Dutch forcibly evicted the peaceable, innocent Lenapes.

The centrifugal swirl that memory insists descended suddenly, like a fast-moving storm, had been building for some time. The pharaonic schemes of Robert Moses carried traffic around and across the Bronx to Long Island and New Jersey. The fund-starved, once-efficient public-transit system creaked and sputtered. FHA mortgages spurred the upwardly mobile, suburban aspirations of would-be homeowners and at the same time maintained and abetted the enduring injustice of residential apartheid that condemned minorities to a decaying, substandard housing stock.

Economic change drove social change, and reinforced it. Vatican II altered our unalterable church. Priests and nuns molted back into civilians. Parishioners moved away. Once-thriving parishes became enfeebled. Rock ’n’ roll and the sexual revolution made the generation gap seem more like a chasm. Crime, and fear of it, escalated. The Concourse Plaza became a welfare hotel. The celluloid Bronx of Marty and A Catered Affair, the home of good-hearted working-class stiffs, descended into Fort Apache, The Bronx, a crime-ridden wasteland ruled by drug addicts and crooked cops. Formerly a synonym for low-rent blah, the borough was now “the burning Bronx,” a global synecdoche for urban ruin.

The future fled the Bronx. Friends moved away or never returned from college. Soon enough I followed, serving as a VISTA volunteer in Kansas City. Beckoned by the beautiful and new—everything the Bronx wasn’t—I felt the lure of California. It was then, for the first time, I thought about what I was leaving behind: the saga of the Atlantic passover from poverty and subservience to steerage and immigrant tenements; those who made it, those who didn’t, those whose names I knew, those I didn’t. I turned my footsteps home and returned to New York.

I attended Bronx Catholic institutions from kindergarten to the last stages of a PhD. Though they were all founded or largely staffed by Irish and Irish Americans, my first encounter with Irish history was in a college course on Victorian Britain. The past was a blur. It was as if we emerged from the shadows and fully entered history when we came to the Bronx.

My threadbare connection to Michael Manning, my great-grandfather, was my father’s memory of him as a blind old man, quiet and gentle, who never talked about what led him to emigrate other than to say that he would never think about going back “until they hanged the last landlord.” Except that he was born in pre-famine Ireland and emigrated before the Civil War, all I knew of him was a line in the census—“occupation: laborer”—and the place of his death on January 10, 1910: 296 East 7th Street, a long-ago demolished tenement. I later learned the name Manning was an errant transcription of Mangan that, for whatever reason, stuck. The rest was silence.

 

Why the past means so much to some and not much—or not at all—to others is hard to figure. At bottom, I think, it involves history as therapy.

When I returned to New York, any research I did was lackadaisical and accidental. So was my career. I worked as a Wall Street messenger, a court officer in Bronx Landlord & Tenant Court, an archivist at the New York Botanical Gardens (natives always refer to it as the Bronx Botanical Gardens), et al., until I found my way to a graduate program at Fordham. I was a graduate assistant to the late Maurice O’Connell, a scholar of Irish history and descendant of Daniel O’Connell, the Liberator, a towering figure in that history.

I traveled to Ireland and studied there. Though I felt an intimate connection to the land and people, I confronted the fact it wasn’t home and I didn’t belong. On one occasion, I took my mother to her father’s village. Not a trace of the family remained. The journey my ancestors made was final and irreversible. Caught on the hyphen between this small island to the east and the vast continent to the west, I recognized that my native land was the interspace on America’s Atlantic ledge.

Why the past means so much to some and not much—or not at all—to others is hard to figure. At bottom, I think, it involves history as therapy, as a key to understanding self as well as society, as a restless desire to uncover what we don’t know about ourselves, however partial or fractured that must be. Perhaps that hope was best captured by New York novelist and memoirist Kathleen Hill when she wrote, “our journey toward understanding the selves we had considered lost forever or, worse, have never even missed, may be restored if we are patiently attentive to our inner promptings.”

In the early-morning hours and in the time I could game or grift from my corporate day job, I began trying to reconstruct what I could of my ancestors’ immigrant world. It gradually dawned on me that the history I sought belonged to lives too unimportant to record, people who suffered history rather than recorded it, servants, laborers, anonymous poor, ordinary moments that weren’t written anywhere, the intricate tangle of existences shrunk to generalities, statistics, accidental mention, a census line.

Despairing of history, I decided to venture into the terra incognita of fiction and attempt a novel set during the Civil War Draft Riots, an epic explosion—part race riot, part insurrection—that tore New York City apart and exposed the perennial, often-feral struggle among those at the bottom of American society.

I copied paragraphs from novels I admired, scribbled the beginnings of the story I wanted to tell. I researched, wrote, despaired, rewrote, deserted, returned, persisted across an entire decade. I discovered in fiction truths I didn’t in history. I grappled with the power of the past to bolt in place the exoskeleton that supported and shaped—sometimes misshaped—expectations and relationships far into the future. I came to grasp the human need to forget as well as to remember. I learned that what goes unspoken, unacknowledged, has the greatest sway of all. Everything around me, parish, school, politics, religion, the Bronx I grew up in and carry with me, sprang from and contained what came before. The past never goes away, I realized; it only goes ignored or denied.

My characters became my companions, comrades-in-arms, soulmates, a company of aspiring, compromised, lustful, decent, cowardly, ruthless, compassionate, befuddled human beings—Irish, African Americans, old-stock New Yorkers—that I gathered under a phrase from a prayer I said since childhood: “banished children of eve.” Some were imaginary, some reconstructed from random facts and fragments inherited from my family, some, like Stephen Foster and John Hughes, real.

I listened as they mumbled, murmured, shouted, revealed themselves. They prompted me, guided me, led me through the vale of tears and weeping, laughter and rejoicing, that each generation travels in its own way. They gave me back the past and reminded me of what I thought I didn’t know. They taught me that the borders of our native land are the borders of our hearts.

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This tutorial is going to show you how to install Subsonic media server on Ubuntu 18.04, 18.10 and how to set up a reverse proxy for Subsonic using Nginx or Apache web server, then enable HTTPS. Subsonic is a free (as in free bear), web-based media streamer written in Java, available for Linux, MacOS and
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With an active rider base in more than 35 cities, the TVS Apache Owners Group is only growing bigger by the day. What’s the best way to celebrate? By riding across the border to what is one of the most picturesque countries in the World – Bhutan. The Apache Owners Group’s (AOG) first international ride, […]
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covers these central conflicts of the American South West, The Apache Wars, 1861-1886. These great war band leaders all come from the various tribes of the Apache, and the Apache Wars dominated the attention of the US government in its westward development for the critical 25 years from the American Civil War to the final capitulation of the natives of the area. Central to the game is that the playing pieces are all wooden blocks with the information hidden during play from the opposing player until action occurs which must reveal particular blocks. The game also features a mounted game map. [Forum]


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Statusfy - A marvelous Open Source Status Page system

Statusfy is a simple open source Status Page system designed to be built and maintained with minimum effort. You can easily create a fast Website either Static Generated or Server Rendered and easily deploy it to a variety of hosting services. Statusfy was designed to generate a Status Page System that acts as a Web Application with the JAMstack architecture in mind.

A Statusfy site is a Status Page System Generator that acts as a Web Application, created with Vue, Nuxt.js and Tailwind CSS. Just create your Incidents using Markdown and Statusfy generates all the needed logic of your Status Page System.

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Write, Preview, Build and Deploy.

1.Write

Write your Incidents in Markdown format with extra attributes.

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Deploy to a variety of hosting services with no expensive server costs.

Statusfy requires Node.js >= 8.

Installation

Make sure you have npx installed (npx is shipped by default since npm 5.2.0)

# change the working directory cd existing_folder # run the initialization command npx statusfy init # and install your local dependencies npm install # OR yarn install

You can create a new incident with:

npm run new-incident # OR yarn new-incident

and launch the development server with:

npm run dev # OR yarn dev

You can generate a Static Generated Website (pre-built HTML files) with:

npm run generate # OR yarn generate

Tip: The built files will be in ./dist , which can be configured via the --dest argument. More info in the Commands Guide.

or generate a Server Rendered Website with:

# generate static assets npm run build # OR yarn build # launch the server npm run start # OR yarn start

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I'm trying to execute grunt tasks from within maven without needing to install Node.js or anything. This is because I wan't my artifact to be packaged by Jenkins and I can't install Node.js on that machine.

I know that it's easy with npm and a few commands to get it working, but I also think that it should be easy to integrate with maven, the problem is that I don't know where to start since I'm new to npm.

Problem courtesy of: gfournier

Solution

Yes, using the frontend-maven-plugin , you can compile Grunt projects via Maven (found via the NodeJS mailing list ).

As the documentation points out, the plugin has the following features:

Let you keep your frontend and backend builds as separate as possible, by reducing the amount of interaction between them to the bare minimum; using only 1 plugin. Let you use Node.js and its libraries in your build process without installing Node/NPM globally for your build system Let you ensure that the version of Node and NPM being run is the same in every build environment

I've walked through the code and it's fairly simple. Thank goodness someone finally put this together; it's an elegant solution. The repository includes an example that uses a regular Gruntfile.js to invoke jshint analysis.

Solution courtesy of: blong

Discussion

The first problem is that Maven is Java, but Grunt.js runs on the Node.js runtime. The easiest integration I ever achieved between the two involved the maven-exec-plugin. The maven-exec-plugin is capable of executing .sh/.bat/.cmd scripts, whichever are native to the OS you are using. So during a Maven build I would have the maven-exec-plugin execute a script named optimize-js.sh, for example, which would simply do something like “grunt release force”, or whatever. The scripts can be made to do whatever. The important thing is to configure the maven-exec-plugin to execute them in the correct working directory. Of course, “grunt” and “node” need to be executable from the command-line.

Discussion courtesy of: jdobry

UPDATE 2014-09-19: This is no longer the most accurate answer - please take a look at some of the other answers below. It was accurate at the time when I answered the question, but there seems to have been a good deal of progress in this area since then.

I'm afraid you're out of luck. Grunt is built using node and needs to be installed using npm. You might be able to copy an existing installation of Grunt from another machine if you don't want to use npm, but will still use the grunt executable and all of its dependencies on your build server.

In addition to that, many of the Grunt tasks are implemented as Node.js modules, and you will have to install them as well. Again, you might be able to copy them from another server, where you've done the Node.js /Grunt installation, but at one point, you have to do it.

For running Grunt from Maven, your best bet is to use the Maven exec plugin and then execute the grunt executable from there.

As an alternative, there are several Maven plugins that allow you to do things similar to Grunt in a Java-based fashion. They require additional configuration not compatible with Grunt, so YMMV. One that I've used in the past is http://code.google.com/p/wro4j/ , which comes with a Maven plugin as well: http://code.google.com/p/wro4j/wiki/MavenPlugin

Any particular reason why you can't install Node.js on your build server?

Discussion courtesy of: nwinkler

You might want to checkout http://jhipster.github.io/ : it's a Yeoman generator, that generates an application which has Maven, Grunt and Bower all working together.

It's a bit like your third option, but everything is configured for you, which isn't that easy. It's also generating the basic AngularJS and Java REST services for you

Discussion courtesy of: Er KK Chopra

If the problem is installing NodeJS on the Jenkins machine then you can use the NodeJS Jenkins plugin.

https://wiki.jenkins-ci.org/display/JENKINS/NodeJS+Plugin

We're not using it with Maven (yet) but we've got grunt running.

Discussion courtesy of: jamie

You can use grunt-maven-plugin . It allows you to easily integrate Grunt tasks into Maven build process. No dirty hacks.

This is what I use in my current project and it works just perfect.

Discussion courtesy of: pbetkier

Finally I ended up with this (which is close enough but doesn't solve the problem):

<plugin> <groupId>org.mule.tools.javascript</groupId> <artifactId>npm-maven-plugin</artifactId> <version>1.0</version> <executions> <execution> <phase>generate-resources</phase> <goals> <goal>fetch-modules</goal> </goals> <configuration> <packages> <package>grunt-cli:0.1.6</package> </packages> </configuration> </execution> </executions> </plugin>

that installs locally the grunt-cli, but if I don't have installed node.js it's worthless. Although I try to install node.js locally there's the need to have installed python, g++ and make. So I'll go with the KISS solution: install grunt in the build server.

References:

https://github.com/mulesoft/npm-maven-plugin https://github.com/joyent/node/wiki/Installing- Node.js -via-package-manager https://github.com/mcheely/requirejs-maven-plugin

Discussion courtesy of: gfournier

This is a full copy/paste solution which work in 2017 using frontend-maven-plugin for front build, and maven-war-plugin for build the war.

What it does ? install npm, bower grunt,and everything you need, then run npm install, bower install and finally grunt build.

You can remove/add replace the steps you want, for me it's a full 30 sec install/build library and project.

<dependencies> ... </dependencies> <dependencyManagement> <dependencies> <!-- https://mvnrepository.com/artifact/com.github.eirslett/frontend-maven-plugin --> <dependency> <groupId>com.github.eirslett</groupId> <artifactId>frontend-maven-plugin</artifactId> </dependency> </dependencies> </dependencyManagement> <build> <pluginManagement> <plugins> <plugin> <groupId>org.apache.maven.plugins</groupId> <artifactId>maven-war-plugin</artifactId> <version>2.4</version> <configuration> <warSourceDirectory>src/main/webapp/YourFrontJsFolder/dist</warSourceDirectory> <warName>YouWarName</warName> <failOnMissingWebXml>false</failOnMissingWebXml> <warSourceExcludes>node_modules/**</warSourceExcludes> <includeScope>system</includeScope> <webResources> <resource> <directory>WebContent/WEB-INF</directory> <targetPath>WEB-INF</targetPath> <includes> <include>**/*.jar</include> <include>**/*.jsp</include> </includes> </resource> </webResources> </configuration> </plugin> <plugin> <groupId>org.apache.maven.plugins</groupId> <artifactId>maven-compiler-plugin</artifactId> <version>3.3</version> <configuration> <source>1.7</source> <target>1.7</target> <encoding>Cp1252</encoding> </configuration> </plugin> </plugins> </pluginManagement> <finalName>YourAppName</finalName> </build> <profiles> <profile> <id>release</id> <build> <plugins> <plugin> <groupId>com.github.eirslett</groupId> <artifactId>frontend-maven-plugin</artifactId> <executions> <execution> <!-- optional: you don't really need execution ids, but it looks nice in your build log. --> <id>install node and npm</id> <goals> <goal>install-node-and-npm</goal> </goals> <!-- optional: default phase is "generate-resources" --> <phase>generate-resources</phase> <configuration> <nodeVersion>v7.6.0</nodeVersion> </configuration> </execution> <execution> <id>npm install</id> <goals> <goal>npm</goal> </goals> <!-- optional: default phase is "generate-resources" --> <phase>generate-resources</phase> <configuration> <arguments>install</arguments> </configuration> </execution> <execution> <id>bower install</id> <goals> <goal>bower</goal> </goals> <configuration> <!-- optional: The default argument is actually "install", so unless you need to run some other bower command, you can remove this whole <configuration> section. --> <arguments>install</arguments> </configuration> </execution> <execution> <id>grunt build</id> <goals> <goal>grunt</goal> </goals> <!-- optional: the default phase is "generate-resources" --> <phase>generate-resources</phase> <configuration> <!-- optional: if not specified, it will run Grunt's default task (and you can remove this whole <configuration> section.) --> <arguments>build</arguments> </configuration> </execution> </executions> <configuration> <installDirectory>target</installDirectory> <workingDirectory>src/main/webapp/YourFrontJsFolder</workingDirectory> </configuration> </plugin> </plugins> </build> </profile> <profile> <id>debug</id> <activation> <activeByDefault>true</activeByDefault> </activation> </profile> <profile> <id>IDE</id> <activation> <property> <name>m2e.version</name> </property> </activation> <build> <!-- Put the IDE's build output in a folder other than target, so that IDE builds don't interact with Maven builds --> <directory>target-ide</directory> </build> </profile> </profiles>

Then you can Run as -> Maven build ... , with goal clean install and profile release

Discussion courtesy of: amdev

This recipe can be found in it's original form on Stack Over Flow .


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My client, a leading supplier of clinical software for GP practice management systems with offices based in Bodmin are looking for a DevOps Engineer Level 2. Main Purpose of Job Primary task will be working with the other members of the DevOps infrastructure and application team to develop the CLOUD hosted solution alongside Engineering, Software and support teams to specific contract SLA and assurance requirements. This will also include secondary platform development and integration for threat protection and vulnerability scanning tools throughout the infrastructure and the management application stack of Prometheus, Graphana and Elasticsearch with our existing in-house product and technology teams. Knowledge & Skills Linux (RedHat(RHEL), Ubuntu, CentOS, SUSE) configuration and networking experience - Commercial 1-3 years’ experience Experience working using the LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) stack Excellent knowledge of programming languages (preferably PHP and/or C/C++) and database systems (MySQL and/or PostgresQL) Excellent knowledge of HTML and CSS C Python Prometheus Scripting Language PromQL Elasticsearch scripting language Painless/QueryDSL GO YAML Java Ruby JSON Perl ZFS filesystem Previous experience of enterprise datacentre monitoring and alerting Solid ability to troubleshoot a variety of performance issues and other problems, from slow disk response to running out of file descriptors. Strong understanding of init scripts, creating new filesystems, /proc and other sysadmin essentials. Experience with monitoring. Prometheus, Graphana and Elasticsearch experience is a huge plus, but experience with other major cloud monitoring systems will suffice. Must understand creating monitors, setting thresholds and sending notifications. Experience with any metrics application, such as RRDTool, Cacti or MRTG. Able to troubleshoot network problems from the system perspective, such as identifying dropped packets or high latency that traces back to a particular network device. Ability to capture and analyze network traffic across a particular interface is a big plus. Familiarity with SNMP. Understanding of how to use snmpget and snmpwalk and work with the output. Ability to work closely with development and support groups to define new monitoring needs Experience using Git revision management system Company benefits include: • 28 Days annual leave (inc. Bank Holidays) increasing to 33, pro-rata. • Pension scheme, • Health Care Plans, • Salary sacrifice bicycle schemes plus many more. For further information about this role please contact Daniel Nile on or email
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近日,深信服接到某金融客户反馈,其Linux服务器中了勒索病毒,深信服安全团队研究发现,该勒索病毒加密后缀为.lucky,是新的勒索病毒变种,其传播模块复用了Satan的传播方式,实现了Linux下的自动化传播,我们将其命名为lucky勒索病毒。         0×01 攻击流程 ft32是病毒母体,conn32是传播模块,cry32是lucky勒索模块。 1.ft32病毒自复制成.loop并添加自启动项。 2..loop从黑客服务器上下载传播模块conn32和勒索模块cry32并运行。 3.cry32对系统中的文件进行加密,加密后缀名为.lucky。 4.conn32对内网主机进行扫描,并利用多个流行漏洞,传播病毒母体。 该程序在启动时会根据启动参数argv[1]来判断是否进行install,使用argv[0]本身程序名来检测是否以LTMP或者.loop启动。LTMP启动方式目前没有什么动作,直接返回。 直接执行ft32,不带任何参数,将会复制自身到.loop程序中,并且以.loop创建一个进程: 当ft32结束之后,.loop运行中,会根据自身进程名是否为.loop来创建.hash,下载.conn,.crypt,LTMP,RTMP等等恶意程序。 且执行.conn和.crypt,.conn为传播组件,.crypt为加密组件。 除了下载恶意组件来完成目的,.loop还会通过计划任务,开机自启动等来实现持久性: 0×02 lucky勒索加密体 读取/tmp/Ssession文件: 遍历系统文件进行加密,加密后缀为“.lucky”: 排除如下目录: 加密文件类型:  上传被加密文件的数量、大小以及获取到的Ssession: 生成加密信息: 0×03 传播模块 conn与Satan的传播模块一致,跟Windows版本一样,主要利用以下漏洞进行攻击: 1.JBoss反序列化漏洞(CVE-2013-4810) 2.JBoss默认配置漏洞(CVE-2010-0738) 3.Tomcat任意文件上传漏洞(CVE-2017-12615) 4.Tomcat web管理后台弱口令爆破 5.Weblogic WLS 组件漏洞(CVE-2017-10271) 6.Windows SMB远程代码执行漏洞MS17-010 7.Apache Struts2远程代码执行漏洞S2-045 8.Apache Struts2远程代码执行漏洞S2-057 比较有意思的是,我们在该Linux样本中发现了大量.exe的字样,我们初步怀疑该样本是个跨平台样本,通过Web应用漏洞对Windows、Linux进行无差别攻击,后续的分析也印证了这一点。 核心函数 Tomcat任意文件上传漏洞 针对Linux系统 ,Tomcat上传漏洞传播ft32&ft64病毒母体。 针对Windows系统,Tomcat上传漏洞传播fast.exe病毒母体。 Tomcat管理后台弱口令爆破 Struts2远程执行S2-045漏洞 会根据目标OS执行不同的恶意命令: Struts2远程执行S2-057漏洞 Weblogic WLS 组件漏洞 JBoss默认配置漏洞 SMB远程代码执行漏洞 0×04 解决方案 1.隔离感染主机:已中毒计算机尽快隔离,关闭所有网络连接,禁用网卡。 2.切断传播途径:关闭潜在终端的SMB 445等网络共享端口,关闭异常的外联访问。深信服下一代防火墙用户,可开启IPS和僵尸网络功能,进行封堵。 3.查找攻击源:手工抓包分析或借助深信服安全感知。 4.查杀病毒:推荐使用深信服EDR进行查杀。 5.修补漏洞:打上以下漏洞相关补丁,漏洞包括“永恒之蓝”漏洞,JBoss反序列化漏洞(CVE-2013-4810)、JBoss默认配置漏洞(CVE-2010-0738)、Tomcat任意文件上传漏洞(CVE-2017-12615)、Weblogic WLS 组件漏洞(CVE-2017-10271)、apache Struts2远程代码执行漏洞S2-045、Apache Struts2远程代码执行漏洞S2-057。 *本文作者:千里目安全实验室,转载请注明来自FreeBuf.COM
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Jason Sattler 

 November 29, 2018

One of the defense world’s newest and most promising innovations is the High Energy Laser Weapon System. It is the most advanced and capable concept for a tactical, ground-based defensive laser system, capable of being mounted on a variety of air, land, or sea-based platforms. Of course, lasers themselves are not a new technology. Lasers have been studied and tested for military use for decades. Recently, companies such as Lockheed-Martin, Boeing, and Raytheon have taken this existing technology, scaled it down, and adapted it for a variety of platforms with a new purpose: to shoot down weaponized drones and small munitions. This new mission set for the tactical laser offers the military a drone-killing weapon system that could keep the U.S. ahead of the power curve on the modern battlefield, especially in the fight against non-state actors and armies increasingly using drones for combat operations. Such new weaponry would ensure U.S. and coalition troops engaged in irregular warfare can maintain tactical air supremacy. America’s adversaries are developing new techniques like swarming and obtaining cheaper technology like commercially available drones to overcome, or at least deny, the preponderant American overmatch in the burgeoning field of unmanned vehicles in all domains.

GENESIS

The first exploration into the different possibilities for weaponized lasers began in the 1990s, which culminated in a major study published by the Defense Science Board Task Force in 2001. The Task Force explored the range of possibilities and limitations related to mounting lasers on land, air, and naval platforms, and examined the budgeting timeline and technological advances necessary to build an effective operational system. In short, they recognized laser capabilities were possible and could be developed in the future, but the technological limitations of 2001––weight, energy efficiency, and laser potency, for example––did not permit the creation of effective prototypes. Nevertheless, the Task Force correctly identified the technological advances necessary to create effective platforms that could both provide both offensive and defensive capabilities.[1]

ISIS Drones (Abu Medinah/YouTube)

Since 2001, laser technology has become lighter, more potent, and more energy efficient. Recently, the development of ground-based laser defense technology has been scaled down and adapted for tactical use as a result of changing trends in contemporary warfare. This sudden interest “has been sparked in part by the proliferation of cheap, easy-to-obtain drones.”[2] Contemporary armed groups such as the Islamic State and the Houthi rebels in Yemen have employed small and inexpensive commercial-off-the-shelf drones to conduct reconnaissance missions and attack U.S. and allied forces in their respective areas of operation. To combat this, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is looking to develop a “low-cost solution for a low-cost problem.”[3] DARPA recognizes the military needs a cost-effective way to defend against lowball attacks, one that is not using a $3 million Patriot missile to take down a $200 consumer drone, which will likely increase in both quality and lethality as drone technology further develops and becomes cheaper.[4] Such a low-cost adaptation is necessary as more state and non-state actors gain access to and employ unmanned technology.[5] At present, conducting Counter-Unmanned Aerial Systems operations (C-UAS) by jury-rigging multi-million dollar defense systems such as Israel’s Iron Dome is unsustainable in the long run and diverts these systems from their original purpose. If we accept that hostile drone threats will persist, the U.S. military requires systems similar to Lockheed Martin’s prototype: The High Energy Laser Mobile Test Truck. It is equipped with a 50-kilowatt high-energy solid-state fiber laser and has a cost per kill of about $30.[6]

LIMITATIONS

What makes the High Energy Laser so cheap to operate? The technology has become more compact and more cost effective to produce than the early concepts of 2001. Below is the initial concept for a vehicle-borne high energy laser system as it existed in 2001.[7]

ZEUS-HLONS (USASMDC/Wikimedia)

Unfortunately, the vehicle was enormous, bulky, and overweight; this is hardly the type of agile weapon system needed on a contemporary era battlefield. The laser unit itself created an incredible amount of heat, and the vehicle’s cooling system could only keep the laser running for about 10 engagements before requiring a 30-minute cooldown period.[8] Heat signatures are a major problem on the 21st century battlefield, as most foreign militaries, to include some insurgents, have infrared sensing technologies able to detect even a well-hidden laser-shooting vehicle due to its heat signature.

Finally, the vehicle’s batteries lacked the capacity and staying power needed to operate such a large unit for normal combat operations. This laser was 100 kW––double the energy output of Lockheed’s concept. The 2001 Science Board Task Force report identified this shortfall, and recommended “the cost in terms of watt of output energy must fall by over an order of magnitude to be affordable for an Army ground weapon system.”[9] Also, the Board noticed “the primary cost driver [appeared] to be the microchannel cooler manufacturing” and suggested a “hybrid-electrical ground vehicle is ideally suited to carry [the laser], since the same prime power source can serve to provide both the propulsion of the vehicle and power to the laser.”[10] These limitations hindered the production of a viable platform until more efficient and cost-effective technologies became available.

DEVELOPMENT

Newer vehicles tested by Lockheed and Raytheon address these problems by both limiting the laser’s energy output to around 50 kW and using hybrid engines that can both move the vehicle and provide electricity for the lasers.[11] Additionally, as noted by John Kester in Foreign Policy, “traditional weapons require stockpiles of ammunition, which is costly to produce and transport,” but “the high energy laser system requires only fuel to complete its mission.”[12] This advantage could perhaps be exploited even further with the emergence of alternative fuels such as hydrogen cells, which could be a robust alternative since a hydrogen-powered vehicle would only need to carry water, an immensely more useful and available resource on the modern battlefield. In addition, it would be less dangerous than carrying around combustible fuels.

The 2001 Task Force also made the following observation regarding the system’s capabilities at the time:

While continuing to move towards deployment of a mobile system using deuterium, fluoride chemical laser, the Army should broaden efforts toward development of laser technologies for a more robust, supportable system––closed-cycle chemical, solid-state, and fiber lasers. Program options for choosing a new laser should be kept open as long as possible.[13]


The solid-state lasers mentioned in the report were not a well-developed technology at the time, so the 2001 concept was equipped with a less potent chemical laser. As the technology has developed, new prototypes are equipped with solid-state lasers, which “require no volatile chemicals to produce high-powered beams,” and instead act as “combined-beam fiber lasers,” which “[pull] together different beams of light and [squish] them into one.”[14] Furthermore, solid-state lasers can be varied in size and output because “the more fiber optics you add, the more energy you get out the other end.”[15]

CONCEPT

Raytheon’s prototype, the HELWS-MRZR, takes the High-Energy Laser Weapon System, which combines a solid-state laser weapon with Raytheon’s own Multi-Spectral Targeting System, and mounts it on a Polaris MRZR® all-terrain vehicle. What results is an advanced, lightweight, and adaptable weapons system that meets a specific military demand. In creating the HELWS-MRZR, Raytheon has not really invented a new technology; they have simply combined existing technologies to create a low cost solution. By changing traditional linkages, improving existing capabilities, and adapting to a specific demand, Raytheon may have created an innovation with the potential to improve the battlefield environment for the U.S. and its allies.

HELWS-MRZR (Raytheon/Wired)

This is important as U.S. ground forces in Iraq and Syria have had to rely on anti-drone rifles that incidentally scramble their own electronics, degrading their anti-Islamic State operations.[16] A Popular Mechanics article on the HELWS-MRZR quoted Ben Allison, director of Raytheon's high energy laser product line, who said, “We didn't want to go out and do a bunch of research and development…We wanted to take the assets and capabilities Raytheon has today and use them to really affect this asymmetrical threat. We settled on a small system that's hugely capable.”[17] In short, Raytheon has not developed a disruptive breakthrough, but simply pieced together existing technologies in an innovative manner to meet a very specific need.

IMPLEMENTATION

Based on the capabilities afforded by the High-Energy Laser Weapon System, we can speculate how this innovation will influence future military operations. Because of its size and mobility, the High-Energy Laser Weapon System can provide force protection for small ground units or convoys by defending against enemy airborne drone threats. The High-Energy Laser Weapon System can run the targeting system for up to four hours and fire the laser 20-30 times on a single charge, and if connected to a generator it could, in theory, fire indefinitely.[18] Ideally, this innovation would immediately neutralize enemy drone threats using its precision and intense heat, thus denying enemy drone capabilities. By creating an umbrella over troops and vehicles, it can provide immediate protection against drone-borne attacks, which occurred up to 10 to 15 times a day against U.S. and Syrian Democratic Forces in Mosul. In some cases, the system can even intercept some mortar and rocket fire, an ongoing problem in current theaters of operation.[19] High-energy lasers might even be able to assist in explosive ordnance disposal efforts, as well as prevent vehicle-borne improvised explosive device threats, which would largely benefit disposal teams and the Joint Improvised Threat Defeat Organization by providing a rapid response asset class that could decrease both the risk to friendly forces and collateral damage to innocent bystanders. Each of these advances would free up the situational awareness of U.S. and allied troops who need to maintain a competitive edge over insurgents.

As tactical laser technology keeps advancing, the potential for further implementation and integration will likely grow. In addition to providing unmanned aerial vehicle defense for small units and special operations forces, perhaps multiple High-Energy Laser Weapon System could be employed to create a mobile aerial defense umbrella using layered systems to defend convoys or forward operating bases against drones and precision munitions. In addition, the Army, Air Force, Navy, and Marines are each exploring ways to mount the laser system on their own ships and aircraft for counter-unmanned aerial system defense and other uses. Currently, the Air Force Research Lab has embarked on their Self-Protect High-Energy Laser Demonstrator (SHiELD) program, which is “aimed at creating sufficient on-board power, optics and high-energy lasers able to defend large platforms such as a B-52 bomber, C-130 aircraft or fighter jets.”[20] Air Combat Command and Air Force Special Operations Command are also exploring options for airborne defense against “ground-to-air and air-to-air weapons” as well as offensive capabilities.[21]

Finally, the U.S. Navy has tested an “active laser weapons system” on the Austin-class amphibious transport dock USS Ponce.[22] The laser is capable of destroying unmanned aerial vehicles, cruise missiles, mortars, and moving surface targets such as small boats within “one to five miles.”[23] The U.S. Army has also begun testing high-energy laser systems, deploying the High-Energy Laser Weapon System MRZR in combat maneuver exercises and mounting a test version of Raytheon’s Multi-Spectral Targeting System on AH-64 Apache helicopters.[24] It might not be long before these weaponized laser systems become so miniaturized and efficient that soldiers in the field could carry them as easily as an M-4.

CONCLUSION

By adapting a current technology, defense industry giants Raytheon, Lockheed, and Boeing have each developed weapon systems specifically designed to employ the High-Energy Laser Weapon System to counter modern asymmetric threats. This cheaper approach is particularly novel, as they have done this without having to budget and program for the long-term development of a specific and costly weapon system. Tests have shown these systems offer precise, effective, and relatively inexpensive defense capabilities that can be adapted for a multitude of roles and numerous platforms.[25] If successfully implemented, innovations such as the High-Energy Laser Weapon System MRZR and similar vehicle-borne laser defense systems have the potential to change the tactical and operational landscape by effectively neutralizing an array of airborne threats; protecting countless American, allied, and civilian lives and assets.

Jason Sattler is a Cadet at the U.S. Air Force Academy. The views expressed at the author’s alone and do not represent the official position of the U.S. Air Force Academy, the U.S. Air Force, the Department of Defense, or the U.S. Government.

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Header Image: Conceptual Image of Lasers Attacking Unmanned Systems (Lockheed Martin)

NOTES:

[1] Welch, Larry D., USAF (Ret), and Donald C. Latham. "Report of the Defense Science Board Task Force on High Energy Laser Weapon Systems Applications." (June 2001), accessed October 24, 2017.

[2] Kester, John. "Army, Defense Companies Making Renewed Push for Laser Weapons." Foreign Policy. last modified October 12, 2017, accessed October 24, 2017, http://foreignpolicy.com/2017/10/12/army-defense-companies-making-renewed-push-for-laser-weapons/.

[3] Ibid.

[4] Ibid.

[5] Jahara W. Matisek, “Shades of Gray Deterrence: Issues of Fighting in the Gray Zone,” Journal of Strategic Security 10, no. 3 (2017): 1-26.

[6] Kester, Army Defense.

[7] Welch, Report, 123.

[8] Ibid, 123.

[9] Welch, Report, 79

[10] Ibid., 34.

[11] Tucker, Patrick. "US Army to Test Powerful New Truck-Mounted Laser 'Within Months'." Defense One, last modified March 16, 2017, accessed October 24, 2017. http://www.defenseone.com/technology/2017/03/us-army-test-powerful-new-truck-mounted-laser-within-months/136239/

[12] Kester, John. "Army, Defense Companies”

[13] Welch, Report, xvii

[14] Tucker, Patrick. "US Army to Test”

[15] Ibid.

[16] Gibbons-Neff, Thomas. "ISIS Drones Are Attacking U.S. Troops and Disrupting Airstrikes in Raqqa, Officials Say." The Washington Post, last modified June 14, 2017, accessed November 09, 2018. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/checkpoint/wp/2017/06/14/isis-drones-are-attacking-u-s-troops-and-disrupting-airstrikes-in-raqqa-officials-say/?utm_term=.50b414d7d24c.

[17] Mizokami, Kyle. "This ATV Shoots Down Drones With Lasers." Popular Mechanics, last modified October 16, 2017, accessed October 24, 2017.

[18] Ibid.

[19] Moore, Jack. "ISIS Using Drones Rigged with Munitions to Attack Advancing Forces in Raqqa." Newsweek, last modified June 26, 2017, accessed January 26, 2018. http://www.newsweek.com/isis-using-drones-rigged-munitions-attack-advancing-forces-raqqa-628955.

[20] Osborn, Kris. "Air Force Tests Bolt-On Aircraft Laser Weapon." Scout Warrior, last modified May 28, 2017, accessed November 5, 2017. https://scout.com/military/warrior/Article/Air-Force-Tests-Bolt-On-Aircraft-Laser-Weapon-101458201

[21] Ibid.

[22] Gady, Franz-Stefan. "US Navy Tests Worlds First Drone-Killing Laser Weapons System." The Diplomat, last modified July 19, 2017, accessed November 05, 2017. https://thediplomat.com/2017/07/us-navy-tests-worlds-first-drone-killing-laser-weapons-system/.

[23] Ibid.

[24] Judson, Jen. "US Army tests laser on Apache helicopter." Defense News, last modified August 08, 2017, accessed November 28, 2017. https://www.defensenews.com/2017/06/26/us-army-tests-laser-on-apache-helicopter/.

[25] Hawkins, Derek. "Laser-equipped Helicopter Zaps Its First Target, to Defense Contractor's Delight." The Washington Post, last modified June 27, 2017, accessed November 15, 2018. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2017/06/27/laser-equipped-helicopter-zaps-its-first-target-to-defense-contractors-delight/?utm_term=.35228e1c7754.



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05.12.2018 11:18:41.022 *ERROR* [WebContainer : 4] com.adobe.granite.auth.saml.util.SamlReader Failed validating signature.

javax.xml.crypto.dsig.XMLSignatureException: java.security.InvalidKeyException: No installed provider supports this key: com.rsa.cryptoj.o.eg

at org.apache.jcp.xml.dsig.internal.dom.DOMXMLSignature$DOMSignatureValue.validate(DOMXMLSig nature.java:565)

at org.apache.jcp.xml.dsig.internal.dom.DOMXMLSignature.validate(DOMXMLSignature.java:254)

at com.adobe.granite.auth.saml.util.SamlReader.verifySignatures(SamlReader.java:317)

at com.adobe.granite.auth.saml.util.SamlReader.parse(SamlReader.java:236)

at com.adobe.granite.auth.saml.util.SamlReader.read(SamlReader.java:119)

at com.adobe.granite.auth.saml.binding.PostBinding.receive(PostBinding.java:97)

at com.adobe.granite.auth.saml.SamlAuthenticationHandler.handleLogin(SamlAuthenticationHandl er.java:738)

at com.adobe.granite.auth.saml.SamlAuthenticationHandler.extractCredentials(SamlAuthenticati onHandler.java:441)

at org.apache.sling.auth.core.impl.AuthenticationHandlerHolder.doExtractCredentials(Authenti cationHandlerHolder.java:75)

at org.apache.sling.auth.core.impl.AbstractAuthenticationHandlerHolder.extractCredentials(Ab stractAuthenticationHandlerHolder.java:60)

at org.apache.sling.auth.core.impl.SlingAuthenticator.getAuthenticationInfo(SlingAuthenticat or.java:718)

at org.apache.sling.auth.core.impl.SlingAuthenticator.doHandleSecurity(SlingAuthenticator.ja va:466)

at org.apache.sling.auth.core.impl.SlingAuthenticator.handleSecurity(SlingAuthenticator.java :451)

at org.apache.sling.engine.impl.SlingHttpContext.handleSecurity(SlingHttpContext.java:121)

at org.apache.felix.http.base.internal.service.ServletContextImpl.handleSecurity(ServletCont extImpl.java:421)

at org.apache.felix.http.base.internal.dispatch.InvocationChain.doFilter(InvocationChain.jav a:57)

at org.apache.felix.http.base.internal.dispatch.Dispatcher.dispatch(Dispatcher.java:124)

at org.apache.felix.http.base.internal.DispatcherServlet.service(DispatcherServlet.java:61)

at javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet.service(HttpServlet.java:668)

at org.apache.felix.http.proxy.ProxyServlet.service(ProxyServlet.java:60)

at javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet.service(HttpServlet.java:668)

at org.apache.sling.launchpad.base.webapp.SlingServletDelegate.service(SlingServletDelegate. java:286)

at org.apache.sling.launchpad.webapp.SlingServlet.service(SlingServlet.java:174)

at com.ibm.ws.webcontainer.servlet.ServletWrapper.service(ServletWrapper.java:1233)

at com.ibm.ws.webcontainer.servlet.ServletWrapper.handleRequest(ServletWrapper.java:782)

at com.ibm.ws.webcontainer.servlet.ServletWrapper.handleRequest(ServletWrapper.java:481)

at com.ibm.ws.webcontainer.servlet.ServletWrapperImpl.handleRequest(ServletWrapperImpl.java: 178)

at com.ibm.ws.webcontainer.filter.WebAppFilterManager.invokeFilters(WebAppFilterManager.java :1114)

at com.ibm.ws.webcontainer.servlet.CacheServletWrapper.handleRequest(CacheServletWrapper.jav a:87)

at com.ibm.ws.webcontainer.WebContainer.handleRequest(WebContainer.java:949)

at com.ibm.ws.webcontainer.WSWebContainer.handleRequest(WSWebContainer.java:1817)

at com.ibm.ws.webcontainer.channel.WCChannelLink.ready(WCChannelLink.java:200)

at com.ibm.ws.http.channel.inbound.impl.HttpInboundLink.handleDiscrimination(HttpInboundLink .java:463)

at com.ibm.ws.http.channel.inbound.impl.HttpInboundLink.handleNewRequest(HttpInboundLink.jav a:530)

at com.ibm.ws.http.channel.inbound.impl.HttpInboundLink.processRequest(HttpInboundLink.java: 316)

at com.ibm.ws.http.channel.inbound.impl.HttpInboundLink.ready(HttpInboundLink.java:287)

at com.ibm.ws.tcp.channel.impl.NewConnectionInitialReadCallback.sendToDiscriminators(NewConn ectionInitialReadCallback.java:214)

at com.ibm.ws.tcp.channel.impl.NewConnectionInitialReadCallback.complete(NewConnectionInitia lReadCallback.java:113)

at com.ibm.ws.tcp.channel.impl.AioReadCompletionListener.futureCompleted(AioReadCompletionLi stener.java:175)

at com.ibm.io.async.AbstractAsyncFuture.invokeCallback(AbstractAsyncFuture.java:217)

at com.ibm.io.async.AsyncChannelFuture$1.run(AsyncChannelFuture.java:205)

at com.ibm.ws.util.ThreadPool$Worker.run(ThreadPool.java:1892)

Caused by: java.security.InvalidKeyException: No installed provider supports this key: com.rsa.cryptoj.o.eg

at java.security.Signature$Delegate.chooseProvider(Signature.java:1141)

at java.security.Signature$Delegate.engineInitVerify(Signature.java:1174)

at java.security.Signature.initVerify(Signature.java:463)

at org.apache.jcp.xml.dsig.internal.dom.DOMSignatureMethod.verify(DOMSignatureMethod.java:22 0)

at org.apache.jcp.xml.dsig.internal.dom.DOMXMLSignature$DOMSignatureValue.validate(DOMXMLSig nature.java:562)

... 41 common frames omitted

05.12.2018 11:18:41.029 *DEBUG* [WebContainer : 4] com.adobe.granite.auth.saml.model.Assertion Invalid Assertion: Signature invalid.

 

Any idea? Wrong certificate from IDP side or maybe it is matter missing java libraries on WebSphere?


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This document contains official content from the BMC Software Knowledge Base. It is automatically updated when the knowledge article is modified.


PRODUCT:

Remedy AR System Server


COMPONENT:

AR System Mid Tier


APPLIES TO:

AR server 9104, 1805 and 1808



QUESTION:

When consuming a 3rd party webservice from AR server, how to gather detailed http evidence?


ANSWER:

Option 1: Enable http wire logs
Option 2: Setup a proxy in AR server
Additionally for HTTPS (only if https is involved) enable javax.net.debug flag

Option 1 Enable http wire logs 
The wire log is used to log all data transmitted to and from servers when executing HTTP requests. The wire log uses the org.apache.http.wire logging category. This log should only be enabled to debug problems, as it will produce an extremely large amount of log data

Modify C:\Program Files\BMC Software\ARSystem\Conf\logback_server.xml file
at the bottom of appenders list

 
<!-- last appender ending tag -->    </appender>  
 
<!-- Web service log configuration -->  
<appender name="WebServiceLogs" class="com.bmc.arsys.logging.ReconfigurableRollingFileAppender">  
        <file>${com.bmc.arsys.homedir}/${com.bmc.arsys.server.dbdir}/webservice.log</file>  
        <append>true</append>  
       <param name="Encoding" value="UTF-8" />   
        <rollingPolicy class="com.bmc.arsys.logging.StoredRollingPolicy">  
            <fileNamePattern>${com.bmc.arsys.homedir}/${com.bmc.arsys.server.dbdir}/webservice.log.%i</fileNamePattern>  
            <minIndex>1</minIndex>  
            <maxIndex>8</maxIndex>  
        </rollingPolicy>  
        <triggeringPolicy class="com.bmc.arsys.logging.ARSizeBasedTriggeringPolicy">  
            <maxFileSize>128MB</maxFileSize>  
        </triggeringPolicy>  
        <!-- Extra param to say log file creation at startup -->  
        <needPreLoading>true</needPreLoading>  
        <encoder>  
            <pattern>%d{EEE MMM dd HH:mm:ss.SSS yyyy} [%thread] %-5level %logger{36} %m%nopex%n</pattern>  
        </encoder>  
    </appender>  
 
 
   
    <logger name="org.apache"    
               level="debug" additivity="false">  
               <appender-ref ref="WebServiceLogs" />  
    </logger> 
  
The log will be stored in the DB directory such as C:\Program Files\BMC Software\ARSystem\Arserver\Db\webservice.log 
The content of the log: (truncated for readability)  
  DEBUG org.apache.http.wire  >> "POST http://clm-aus-015129:8080/arsys9103/services/AR...  
DEBUG org.apache.http.wire  >> "Content-Type: application/soap+xml; charset=UTF-8; ac  
DEBUG org.apache.http.wire  >> "Host: clm-aus-015129[\r][\n]"  
DEBUG org.apache.http.wire  >> "User-Agent: Axis2[\r][\n]"  
DEBUG org.apache.http.wire  >> "Content-Length: 469[\r][\n]"  
DEBUG org.apache.http.wire  >> "Proxy-Connection: Keep-Alive[\r][\n]"  
DEBUG org.apache.http.wire  >> "[\r][\n]"  
DEBUG org.apache.http.headers >> POST http://clm-aus-015129:8080/arsys9103/services/A  
DEBUG org.apache.http.headers >> Content-Type: application/soap+xml; charset=UTF-8; a  
DEBUG org.apache.http.headers >> Host: clm-aus-015129  
DEBUG org.apache.http.headers >> User-Agent: Axis2  
DEBUG org.apache.http.headers >> Content-Length: 469  
DEBUG org.apache.http.headers >> Proxy-Connection: Keep-Alive  
DEBUG org.apache.http.wire  >> "<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?><soapenv:Envelo  
DEBUG org.apache.http.wire  >> "            <ns0:userName>Demo</ns0:userName>[\n]" 
  
This will also show information on how the axis client is configured as   
 
Wed Sep 26 03:44:33.798 2018 [pool-Fast-thread-11] DEBUG o.a.a.t.h.i.h.HTTPSenderImpl Configuring HTTP proxy.  
Wed Sep 26 03:44:33.841 2018 [pool-Fast-thread-11] DEBUG o.a.h.i.c.PoolingClientConnectionManager Connection request: [route: {}->http://clm-aus-015129:8080][total kept alive: 0; route allocated: 0 of 200; total allocated: 0 of 200]  
Wed Sep 26 03:44:33.851 2018 [pool-Fast-thread-11] DEBUG o.a.h.i.c.PoolingClientConnectionManager Connection leased: [id: 0][route: {}->http://clm-aus-015129:8080][total kept alive: 0; route allocated: 1 of 200; total allocated: 1 of 200]  
Wed Sep 26 03:44:33.853 2018 [pool-Fast-thread-11] DEBUG o.a.h.i.c.DefaultClientConnectionOperator Connecting to clm-aus-015129:8080 
  
This information  is needed to verify if the proxy settings are enforced 
In this snippet the proxy is enabled  
 
Wed Sep 26 04:05:11.090 2018 [pool-Fast-thread-9] DEBUG o.a.a.t.h.i.h.HTTPSenderImpl Configuring HTTP proxy.  
Wed Sep 26 04:05:11.136 2018 [pool-Fast-thread-9] DEBUG o.a.h.i.c.PoolingClientConnectionManager Connection request: [route: {}->   http://172.18.143.180:8888->http://clm-aus-015129:8080][total kept alive: 0; route allocated: 0 of 200; total allocated: 0 of 200]  
Wed Sep 26 04:05:11.146 2018 [pool-Fast-thread-9] DEBUG o.a.h.i.c.PoolingClientConnectionManager Connection leased: [id: 0][route: {}->   http://172.18.143.180:8888->http://clm-aus-015129:8080][total kept alive: 0; route allocated: 1 of 200; total allocated: 1 of 200]  
Wed Sep 26 04:05:11.148 2018 [pool-Fast-thread-9] DEBUG o.a.h.i.c.DefaultClientConnectionOperator Connecting to    172.18.143.180:8888
  
Option 2 setup a proxy
First enable the proxy settings  
  For versions 1805 or higher: 
  
  Modify file  
C:\Program Files\BMC Software\ARSystem\Conf\axis\axis2.xml  
 
Before the last </axisconfig> tag add  
 
<parameter name="Proxy">  
    <Configuration>  
        <ProxyHost>   172.18.143.180</ProxyHost>  
        <ProxyPort>   8888</ProxyPort>  
        <ProxyUser>   EXAMPLE\test</ProxyUser>  
        <ProxyPassword>   test</ProxyPassword>  
    </Configuration>  
</parameter> 
  
 
For version 9.1.04: 
  
  Proxy settings are jvm options in arserver.config file  
 
such as   
jvm.option.25=-Dhttp.proxyPort=8888  
jvm.option.26=-Dhttp.proxyHost=172.18.143.180 
  

Then use any http capture tool as a proxy to record the http traffic such as Fiddler with this options  
  User-added image
  


Additionally for https troubleshooting , javax.net.debug=all  
  Modify file C:\Program Files\BMC Software\ARSystem\arserver.config  
add  
jvm.option.27=-Djavax.net.debug=all  
 
Consider that number 27 should be adjusted accordingly   
 
This will produce logs to troubleshoot SSL handshake errors. This information will be available on the arerror.log 
eg:  
Wed Sep 26 03:00:13.436 2018 trustStore is: C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.8.0_161\lib\security\cacerts 
Wed Sep 26 03:00:13.439 2018 trustStore type is : jks 


  

 


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El presidente del Tribunal Supremo de Justicia de Venezuela en el exilio, Miguel Ángel Martín Tortabú, ha apuntado este lunes en el Senado a una posible relación entre la financiación de Podemos y la trama Odebrecht a través del régimen bolivariano.

Martín Tortabú ha comparecido a instancia del PP en la Comisión de investigación abierta en la Cámara Alta sobre la financiación de los partidos políticos. Y ha sido aquí donde ha revelado que los cofundadores de Podemos, Pablo Iglesias y Juan Carlos Monedero, se encargaron de los “programas de imagen” de la petrolera estatal venezolana PDVSA, implicada en la red de corrupción Odebrecht. El presidente del TSJ de Venezuela en el exterior ha instado a investigar qué contraprestaciones recibieron Iglesias y Monedero a cambio de estos servicios. Martín Tortabú ha enmarcado todo ello en la estrategia del Foro de São Paulo.

El Foro de São Paulo fue fundado en 1990 por el brasileño Partido de los Trabajadores (PT) bajo la influencia de Fidel Castro y Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva con el propósito de “reunir esfuerzos de los partidos y movimientos de izquierda para debatir el escenario internacional después de la caída del muro de Berlín y las consecuencias del neoliberalismo en los países de Latinoamérica y el Caribe”

(El presidente del Supremo venezolano en el exilio, Martín Tortabú, este lunes en el Senado.)

Desplegando la ideología castrista, el Foro nació con la intención de “multiplicar los ejes de confrontación” tras los fracasos de la revolución proletaria. Pero además de poner en marcha esta estrategia, el Foro dio a la izquierda una serie de instrumentos para alcanzar el poder y perpetuarse en el mismo. Es en este contexto en el que se enmarca la corrupción política del caso Odebrecht, con la la elección de Lula Da Silva como presidente de Brasil en el año 2002.

Lula usó a la constructora Odebrecht como el principal brazo financiero del Foro, financiando la elección de políticos ligados al Foro, a fin de dar viabilidad a este proyecto ideológico, según el sitio PanAm Post. A cambio, esta contratista (a la que se sumarían después más empresas) lograría hacer con distintos contratos gubernamentales en varios países, como reveló la Operación Lava Jato.

Controlar el poder político

Según Martín Tortabú, el Foro de São Paulo fue “creado para el sesgo ideológico, donde la ultraizquierda del mundo (incluida la de España, Italia, Francia, Alemania, Inglaterra, países asiáticos… y por supuesto del continente americano) se unió en una misma ideológica y buscó el control del poder político”. Para ello, ha subrayado el compareciente, “necesitaban dinero, que lo obtuvieron a través de varios mecanismos, por ejemplo, en Venezuela de los contratos petroleros, que han servido, por ejemplo, para que en El Salvador o en Honduras haya una hegemonía política”, ha precisado.

“¿Qué hacían con el dinero de estos convenios petroleros o de las grandes obras como Oderbrecht, que es la que ha tenido más penetración en los procesos electorales, como ha ocurrido en Perú, Colombia, Perú, Argentina, Perú, Brasil, Venezuela y en otros países?”, se ha preguntado Martín Tortabú.

“En estos contratos de mega-obras los vehículos financieros -y tenemos pruebas de ello- eran dinero sospechoso que venía de Irán y del fondo chino. Ese dinero pasaba por estos contratos, que eran para pagar parte de las obras, pero jamás llegaba a Venezuela. En el caso de Oderbrecht en Venzuela fueron dos mil millones de dólares y ninguna de estas obras fueron ejecutadas. ¿Dónde está ese dinero?”, ha insistido el presidente del Tribunal Superior de Justicia de Venezuela en el exilio.

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Ha sido aquí cuando Martín Tortabú se ha centrado en el caso de los líderes de Podemos. “Tanto Lula Da Silva, Fidel Castro y Chávez contrataron todas las campañas electorales a través de una empresa en República Dominicana. Había dos ciudadanos españoles que fueron a Venezuela y también formaron parte. Crearon programas de televisión, uno que se llama ‘Zurda Konducta’, y ayudaron a crear los programas de imagen de la Petrolera venezolana, me refiero al señor Monedero y al señor Iglesias. Ellos fueron para allá, nosotros los vimos; yo todavía estaba en Venezuela y ellos todavía no eran un partido político”, ha declarado.

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Además, Martín Tortabú ha afirmado que veía a Iglesias y Monedero en los medios de comunicación venezolanos porque “Chávez era muy histriónico y los mostraba como asesores de imagen”.

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Happy December, everyone! We're winding down the year, yes, but WWE is chugging along to TLC. Lucha Underground is in hiatus, but that doesn't mean that we don't still have some awesomeness to expect from Taya Valkyrie. That said... well. Not much to discuss this week, honestly. Raw was a massive disappointment, while SmackDown shone and Impact continued to build its women's division's momentum with some exciting twists and turns! Let's dive in!

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WWE Monday Night Raw

This Raw was bad and so was this segment

I try to provide insightful analysis more than just plain recaps, because I think that's more interesting than regular results, but man. I cannot believe I watched this show. It was just.. really ill-advised. Let's go through all of the mistakes made, shall we?

First, Nia Jax cut a promo. Not exactly her strongest suit, especially as a heel. She lacks the veracity to make it fun. Oh, and Tamina was... there, kind of. Enter Ronda Rousey, who is also not the kind of performer I want to hear cut a drawn-out promo. Rousey said Nia was from a, and I QUOTE, "warrior culture" and not much else that I cared about, because wow, really? They exchanged threats before Natalya came out to even the odds against Jax and Tamina, and then the Riott Squad appeared for some reason, and I just...

Man, these women deserve better.

Ember Moon vs. Alicia Fox

Ember Moon's replacement in the Mixed Match Challenge for Braun Strowman? Curt Hawkins. Weep with me, my brethren.

This match was over in a blink, and Ember won with an Eclipse. Nothing to analyze here because nothing means anything anymore.

God, I hated this episode... elsewhere, Bayley and Sasha were brought out for an open forum by Boss!Bliss, and lo and behold, they were ambushed!

Winner: Ember Moon
Rating: 1/5



WWE SmackDown

The Man Cometh Back + Battle Royal

Oh HELL yes, our lord and savior is back, and she was EXACTLY what we needed to watch after such a dismal Raw. Lynch wasted no time in calling the new and improved Charlotte Flair out so that they could exchange some delicious trash talk. And boy, we are truly in a blessed timeline to have both of them as heels and fighting AT THE SAME TIME! Their energy is electric and revitalized, especially now that Flair has free reign to be the same heel that rocketed her to the top in the first place.

Lynch gave Charlotte the rematch she craved at TLC, but then the entire women's division emerged, demanding a chance. Which was...yeah, fair. So, Paige organized a battle royal, where the winner would be added to Flair and Lynch's title match.

I won't plague you by describing all the craziness that went down here, so I'll just share the end: Asuka eliminated Sonya Deville to face Becky and Charlotte at TLC!

...deep breaths, folks...

YES!!!!! How many weeks have i lamented on this column how very wasted Asuka has been? Win or lose, this match is exactly what she needs to remind everyone why she was such a monster in the first place.

Winner: Asuka
Rating: 3.5/5


Impact Wrestling

Jordynne Grace vs. Katarina

Jordynne Grace is, my friends, lightning in a bottle. She is so intense and so fun to watch. Though Katarina controlled much of the early match, Grace took command convincingly and won with her magnificent bear hug, which looks just brutal.

I said, when she first debuted, that I thought her style would translate well to television, and I'm so excited to see her look so fun in her first few matches. Katarina is a good opponent to showcase Grace's grittiness.

Winner: Jordynne Grace
Rating: 3/5

Taya Valkyrie vs. Ray Lyn

Um, Taya... what?! What is that?!

I felt kinda guilty watching sweet little Ray Lyn be subjected to Taya's smug chops... but not TOO guilty, because Taya Valkyrie freaking rocks. She won the very short match very quickly with a new submission maneuver... I don't know what to call it. It's kind of like a crossface? Whatever, it's dope.

After, Tessa Blanchard attacked Taya, and then proceeded to maul the referees when they tried to stop her. It took physical intervention from, um *checks notes* GAIL KIM to distract Blanchard so that Taya could hit her with a sick spear.

Well... all hail Gail Kim!

Winner: Taya Valkyrie
Rating: 1.5/5


WWE NXT

Mia Yim vs. Vanessa Bourne

Oh man, I'll never get tired of seeing Mia Yim succeed. Despite some early aggression and a sick Bronco Buster, Vanessa could not keep Yim down, and the latter defeated her with the ever-awesome Seoul Food.

Elsewhere, Goth!Candice LeRae is still lurking... and since there's no videos on Youtube for any of this stuff, take a look at our UK Women's Champ!

Winner: Mia Yim
Rating: 2.5/5


WWE Total Divas / Total Bellas / Miz and Mrs

I have no snark about reality television to offer this week for the Total Divas finale because this week was all too real in a very painful way.

As an audience, we weren't too akin to the extent of Jim Neidhart's health problems until this episode. Natalya deals with his deteriorating health about as well as anyone can expect. I went through a similar experience watching my grandfather get sicker and sicker until he passed away in April. I felt echoes of that hopelessness and grief watching Natalya's journey. And as intrusive as I felt watching her deliver the eulogy at Jim's funeral, it was extremely moving seeing her wearing his jacket at SummerSlam next to the footage of him in that same jacket.

Reality can be agonizing. Loss sucks. It just really freaking sucks, and death is a dark part of reality. But for once, I can say that Total Divas got something right here.

Ironically, it's by sticking to, well, reality.


International Corner:

This section includes recaps of matches from around the world in various lesser-known independent promotions throughout the week.

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Match: Lady Shani, Maximo & Pimpinela Escarlata vs. Faby Apache, La Mascara & Villano III Jr.
Winner: Lady Shani, Maximo & Pimpinela Escarlat

STARDOM

Match: Momo Watanabe vs. Natsu Sumire (Wonder of STARDOM Title match)
Winner: Momo Watanabe

PROGRESS

Match: Jordynne Grace vs. Isla Dawn
Winner: Jordynne Grace

MATCH OF THE WEEK:
SmackDown Battle Royal

What? I like chaos every once in a while. And I like Asuka getting big wins ALWAYS.

WOMAN OF THE WEEK:
Becky Lynch, but also Asuka

I refuse to NOT put Becky, but I feel it's only fair to include the woman whose victory of my match of the week sent the internet into a frenzy. All back aboard the Asuka hype train?

So there you have it, the breakdown for the week in women's wrestling. What were some of your favorite and least favorite moments from these women? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!



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