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write a small java program to open cmd prompt and install lighthouse which is through npm install lighthouse-batch -g

Freelancer.com - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 19:57
open cmd prompt and install command npm install lighthouse-batch -g and run the light house through lighthouse-batch -s url's -g open the cmd prompt but doesn't take npm install lighthouse-batch -g. (Budget: $10 - $30 CAD, Jobs: Java, Javascript, Linux, PHP, Software Architecture)
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Google Shut Out Baltimore Officials Using Gmail After Ransomware Attack

Slashdot.org - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 19:40
The Baltimore city government is recovering from a devastating ransomware attack that has locked up its systems, but officials in the city faced a new problem today. As first reported by The Baltimore Sun, Google blocked city departments from using Gmail accounts created as a workaround. The Verge reports: On May 7th, a ransomware attack froze government systems, including email, and demanded the city hand over bitcoin to reverse the hack. Weeks later, the city is still recovering from the attack, which has also shut down systems for paying water bills and some other services. While officials deal with the problem, which could still take months to fix, some have reportedly signed up for free Gmail accounts to keep operating. Gmail distinguishes between individual users and users in businesses and other organizations, requiring the latter to pay for the service. According to the Sun, which cited the mayor's office, Google's systems deemed the city officials to be part of an organization, and shut down the temporary accounts. Emails to the city health department, city council aides, and the mayor's office bounced on Thursday, according to the report from the Sun. UPDATE: Google has since fixed the problem. "We have restored access to the Gmail accounts for the Baltimore city officials," the spokesperson said. "Our automated security systems disabled the accounts due to the bulk creation of multiple consumer Gmail accounts from the same network."

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47 Democrats Cave On Net Neutrality After GOP Calls Bill 'Dead On Arrival'

Slashdot.org - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 19:03
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Forty-seven Democratic members of Congress are calling for a net neutrality compromise with Republicans, who have refused to support a full restoration of the net neutrality rules repealed by the Ajit Pai-led Federal Communications Commission. The Democratic-majority U.S. House of Representatives voted in April to pass the Save the Internet Act, which would restore the Obama-era FCC's net neutrality rules. But Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) declared the bill "dead on arrival" in the Republican-majority Senate. Republican lawmakers say they'll only accept a net neutrality law that isn't as strict -- even though large majorities of both Democratic and Republican voters support the FCC's old net neutrality rules. On Wednesday, dozens of Democrats asked their party leadership to compromise with the GOP leadership. "We, the undersigned, voted for [the Save the Internet Act] because it represented an opportunity to resolve questions that courts have struggled with for decades," the Democrats wrote in a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.). "At the same time, we recognize that this legislation is unlikely to become law, or pass through the Senate, in its current form. If that proves true, consumers will be left without enforceable net neutrality protections while partisan conflict continues. We believe this result is unacceptable and unnecessary." The letter to Pelosi was led by Reps. Josh Gottheimer (D-N.J.) and Scott Peters (D-Calif.) and signed by another 45 Democratic members of the House. It goes on to suggest that the House create "a bipartisan working group" that would write a net neutrality law that's acceptable to Republican lawmakers.

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Field repair for printers

Freelancer.com - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 18:55
Hi there, I am looking for some experts in printer repair and computer repair. Certified ideally, HP qualification even better. More details and more specific budget to follow conversations (Budget: $750 - $1500 USD, Jobs: Appliance Installation, Appliance Repair, Computer Repair, Computer Support, Customer Service, Desktop Support, Electric Repair, Linux, Mobile Repair, Printer Repair, SDW N17 Service Qualification, Technical Support, Troubleshooting)
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Fix AWS Server

Freelancer.com - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 18:50
My AWS server is down and I'm not sure what the problem is. I have websites set up on there and now with a C-Panel. I need someone to go in and get everything back up. (Budget: $8 - $15 USD, Jobs: Amazon Web Services, Linux, PHP, System Admin, Windows Server)
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Need a softether expert

Freelancer.com - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 18:30
Hi, i need a softether IPSEC vpn expert (Budget: €8 - €30 EUR, Jobs: Computer Security, Linux, Network Administration, System Admin, Ubuntu)
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Microsoft Is Putting the Sexy Into Unsexy Software

Slashdot.org - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 18:20
Microsoft's redesigned SharePoint platform is proof that Microsoft is serious about making their software more stylish. "It's colorful, pretty, and makes SharePoint seem sexy instead of the boring corporate intranet website that most people associate it with," writes The Verge's Tom Warren, in response to Microsoft's latest sizzle video all about SharePoint "innovations." From the report: Microsoft's video also contains the bubbles that form part of the new SharePoint logo -- part of a broader revamp of the company's Office icons that are rolling out right now. It also includes a bunch of Microsoft's Fluent Design elements that form part of the company's big push towards open design internally. So why did Microsoft make such a flashy video for SharePoint? The company held a SharePoint conference earlier this week and launched a new SharePoint home sites feature. It's a new landing site for a business' intranet that combines news, events, content, video, and even conversations. SharePoint is used by businesses to encourage collaboration, and these new home sites look like a far more modern way to achieve that. Warren notes that Microsoft's newly unveiled Windows Terminal also had a sizzle video that promoted the new design.

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AWS s3 bucket create

Freelancer.com - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 17:55
AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID= AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY= AWS_REGION= AWS_PUBLIC_BUCKET= AWS_PRIVATE_BUCKET= AWS_PUBLIC_CLOUDFRONT_URL= AWS_PRIVATE_CLOUDFRONT_URL= AWS_CLOUDFORNT_PRIVATE_KEY_FILE= AWS_CLOUDFORNT_PUBLIC_KEY= (Budget: $10 - $30 USD, Jobs: Amazon Web Services, Cloud Computing, Linux, node.js, PHP)
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Zuckerberg Met With Winklevoss Twins About Facebook Developing Cryptocurrency, Report Says

Slashdot.org - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 17:40
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg reportedly met with Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss to discuss the company's plans to launch its own cryptocurrency. "The Financial Times reported Thursday that Zuckerberg met with the Winklevoss twins and executives with Coinbase, a popular online cryptocurrency exchange, as the company considers partnering with the company and others such as Gemini, the exchange founded by the Winklevoss brothers," reports The Hill. From the report: Zuckerberg's past legal conflict with the twins was one of the defining plot points of "The Social Network," the Academy Award-winning movie based on Zuckerberg's rise to power as Facebook's founder. The two brothers claimed in legal proceedings to have come up with the original idea for Facebook while students at Harvard with Zuckerberg. At Facebook's developer conference in April, Zuckerberg indicated that he was interested in Facebook becoming a tool for sending money quickly, a feature that would be a core part of the company's entrance into the cryptocurrency realm. "When I think about all the different ways that people interact privately, I think payments is one of the areas where we have an opportunity to make it a lot easier," he said at the conference, according to CNBC. "I believe it should be as easy to send money to someone as it is to send a photo," he reportedly added last month.

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First American Financial Corp. Leaked 885 Million Sensitive Title Insurance Records

Slashdot.org - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 17:00
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Krebs on Security: The Web site for Fortune 500 real estate title insurance giant First American Financial Corp. leaked hundreds of millions of documents related to mortgage deals going back to 2003, until notified this week by KrebsOnSecurity. The digitized records -- including bank account numbers and statements, mortgage and tax records, Social Security numbers, wire transaction receipts, and drivers license images -- were available without authentication to anyone with a Web browser. Santa Ana, Calif.-based First American is a leading provider of title insurance and settlement services to the real estate and mortgage industries. It employs some 18,000 people and brought in more than $5.7 billion in 2018. Earlier this week, KrebsOnSecurity was contacted by a real estate developer in Washington state who said he'd had little luck getting a response from the company about what he found, which was that a portion of its Web site (firstam.com) was leaking tens if not hundreds of millions of records. He said anyone who knew the URL for a valid document at the Web site could view other documents just by modifying a single digit in the link. And this would potentially include anyone who's ever been sent a document link via email by First American. KrebsOnSecurity confirmed the real estate developer's findings, which indicate that First American's Web site exposed approximately 885 million files, the earliest dating back more than 16 years. No authentication was required to read the documents. "As of the morning of May 24, firstam.com was returning documents up to the present day (885,000,000+), including many PDFs and post-dated forms for upcoming real estate closings," Krebs adds. "By 2 p.m. ET Friday, the company had disabled the site that served the records. It's not yet clear how long the site remained in its promiscuous state." A spokesperson for the company issued the following statement: "First American has learned of a design defect in an application that made possible unauthorized access to customer data. At First American, security, privacy and confidentiality are of the highest priority and we are committed to protecting our customers' information. The company took immediate action to address the situation and shut down external access to the application. We are currently evaluating what effect, if any, this had on the security of customer information. We will have no further comment until our internal review is completed."

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Google working on new way to run Android apps in Chrome OS called ‘ARCVM’ - 9to5Google

Linux News - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 16:48
Google working on new way to run Android apps in Chrome OS called ‘ARCVM’  9to5Google

Google is looking to make some major under-the-hood changes to Chrome OS's Android apps support, which may allow for a long-requested feature.

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Hackers Breach Company That Makes License Plate Readers for US Government

Slashdot.org - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 16:20
Hackers breached a company that provides license plate reader technology for the US government, including at the border with Mexico. From a report: The hackers posted what appears to be the internal data of the company, called Perceptics, on a dark web website on Thursday. A company employee confirmed to Motherboard that Perceptics was hacked. "We are aware of the breach and have notified our customers. We can't comment any further because it is an ongoing legal investigation," Casey Self, director of marketing for Perceptics said in an online message. The Register first reported the news on Thursday. The data appears to include a variety of databases, company documents, and financial information, according to the file directory giving an overview of the stolen material. Boris Bullet-Dodger, the hacker who listed the data online, contacted Motherboard with a link to the stolen data on Thursday. Perceptics, once a subsidiary of major government contractor Northrop Grumman, mainly distributes license plate readers, under-vehicle cameras, and driver cameras to the U.S., Canada, Mexico to place at border crossings.

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An Algorithm May Decide Who Gets Suicide Prevention

Slashdot.org - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 15:41
An algorithm, it seems, could determine, in some cases, who gets shown lifesaving information, and who doesn't. From a report: The researchers behind the New Media & Society paper set out to understand this odd quirk of Google's algorithm, and to find out why the company seemed to be serving some markets better than others. They developed a list of 28 keywords and phrases related to suicide, Sebastian Scherr at the University of Leuven says, and worked with nine researchers from different countries who accurately translated those terms into their own languages. For 21 days, they conducted millions of automated searches for these phrases, and kept track of whether hotline information showed up or not. They thought these results might simply, logically, show up in countries with higher suicide rates, but the opposite was true. Users in South Korea, which has one of the world's highest suicide rates, were only served the advice box about 20% of the time. They tested different browser histories (some completely clean, some full of suicide-related topics), with computers old and new, and tested searches in 11 different countries. It didn't seem to matter: the advice box was simply much more likely to be shown to people using Google in the English language, particularly in English-speaking countries (though not in Canada, which Scherr speculates was probably down to geographical rollout). "If you're in an English-speaking country, you have over a 90% chance of seeing these results -- but Google operates differently depending on which language you use," he said. Scherr speculates that using keywords may simply have been the easiest way to implement the project, but adds that it wouldn't take much to offer it more effectively in other countries, too. A Google spokesperson, who asked not to be quoted directly, said that the company is refining these algorithms. The advice boxes require the cooperation of local organizations which may not always be available, they said, but that relevant resources will still show up in regular search results. Google said the service does not have comprehensive global coverage, and while it is actively working on new languages and locations, rolling that out takes time.

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Enigma program in python

Freelancer.com - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 15:23
I need to write a program to implement a crypto machine similar to the Enigma, but with a number of major differences. Ping me for more information on the project. (Budget: $30 - $250 USD, Jobs: C Programming, Java, Linux, Python, Software Architecture)
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Upload and Install SSL Certificate from GoDaddy on AWS

Freelancer.com - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 15:07
SSL certificate needs to be installed on AWS urgently. I have the files from GoDaddy but cannot get the format right to be accepted. Just need someone who knows what they're doing to complete the install... (Budget: $10 - $30 USD, Jobs: Amazon Web Services, Linux, PHP, System Admin, Web Hosting)
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Microsoft's Game Streaming Service Project xCloud Technically Supports 3,500 Games

Slashdot.org - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 15:01
Microsoft today shared more details about its Project xCloud game streaming service, revealing that developers won't have to make any modifications to their games for their titles to be supported by xCloud. From a report: That means that technically, Project xCloud supports the over 3,500 games that are playable on the Xbox One, even including the Backward Compatibility list. That means that Xbox and Xbox 360 games will work as well. Moreover, Microsoft said that there are over 1,900 games in development for the Xbox One, so that brings the total to well over 5,000 games. And when a game is updated on the Xbox Store, it's automatically updated for xCloud. Of course, the key words to pay attention to in the blog post are "technical capability." Just because a game is technically able to stream doesn't mean that it will. Presumably, this will be left up to the developer.

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i need web devloper

Freelancer.com - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 14:59
i need web developer who have knowledge about vps hosting (Budget: $10 - $30 USD, Jobs: Amazon Web Services, DNS, Linux, System Admin, Web Hosting)
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Buffer over flow exploit expert

Freelancer.com - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 14:45
I am looking for someone with expertise in GDB n buffer over flow exploits. More details will be shared later (Budget: $10 - $30 USD, Jobs: Linux, Software Architecture)
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'Sonic the Hedgehog' Movie is Getting Delayed To Redesign the Title Character

Slashdot.org - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 14:25
Director Jeff Fowler has announced that Paramount had delayed the release of 'Sonic the Hedgehog' by three months, to allow the visual effects team some more time to work on the central character's redesign. A report adds: To say that reaction to the first 'Sonic the Hedgehog' trailer was mixed would be overly diplomatic. But at least fans were able to look beyond the thin premise and bizarre Jim Carrey turn for long enough to focus on what was really important: the weird-ass Sonic design.

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Azure Consultant

Freelancer.com - Fri, 05/24/2019 - 14:16
Hello We are looking for Azure consultant with experience in Azure VM management in terms of security patches, patch management for windows/linux. We are only looking for a person who have experience in Azure and have worked in this area before... (Budget: $30 - $65 USD, Jobs: Azure, Cloud Computing, Linux, Windows Server)
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