Emphasizes once again that the virtual world is not a place that is completely safe for everyone, Google tried to warn users will fraudulence in Chrome. Indeed, Google already has a security system that is claimed Safe Browsing already protects more than one billion people from phishing attacks, but the threat of the Internet did not stop there alone.
Threats in cyberspace continues to evolve. One form of it is social engineering threats, a method to reveal information about a person through psychological manipulation. The attack seemed to position the user as a victim, and the hackers are trying to help them. However, it was only a trick so that potential victims are consciously willing or allow hackers to move freely.
Social engineering is more complex than the usual phishing threats. Often, the hacker claimed he was a trusted parties, such as governments, banks, and even not a few hackers on behalf of Google in this case.
This page, for example, recommends users to update their browser. In fact, it could be downloaded malware or a software user is potentially harmful to abuse the Chrome logo.
While the support page of this kind directs potential victims to log into a fake Google page. In plain view, it looks like there’s nothing wrong with the site, but look at the URL in the address bar. This kind of phishing can steal your personal information, such as credit card or other details.
In conclusion, try to be more careful with this threat, for example by checking the URL of the site that you are. Hopefully this information is useful for you.
Machine shops rely on a host of powerful and innovative equipment. When you are in the market to buy new machines for your own shop, you may wonder what are some of the newest models available to you. As you check out the array of machinery, you also might wonder how this equipment works and what kinds of specifications they can offer you if you buy them. You can do some fact checking about inventions like the x97 and other models by visiting the website of their manufacturer.
One of the first resources that you might access is the brochure for the machine in which you are interested. The file can be downloaded to your computer so that you always have it available in case you decide to buy the machine. The brochure will tell you how to use the equipment, what safety precautions to take, how to maintain and repair it, and what kinds of specifications the machine actually has. Once you have these details, you can use the machinery with confidence and likewise train the people who work for you on how to use the equipment to make the products for your customers.
You can also download the presentation for using these machines. The presentation can give you more details about what the machinery is capable of and what it might look and sound like when it is in use. Like the brochure, this information can be kept on your computer for safekeeping. It is also available online if you prefer not to download it.
Along with checking out the make, model, and other specs for the machinery, you can also check out other products for sale on the website. Using the appropriate link at the top of the page, you can find out if there are any other items that you might need for your machine shop.
You can also use the tab for contacting the company directly if you have concerns or need questions answered. The contact tab allows you to have access to the phone number, email, and physical address of the company. You can also use the customer service tab if you need help with your purchase or your machinery after it has been delivered. The website is set up to allow you to research and buy machinery that will be an asset to you and your company.
One more smart home products that you must have. Hackey, a Japanese-made device startup Cerevo who claimed to be able to control the entire smart devices in your home with just a twist lock that is on it.
Hackey, smart devices that can control a variety of devices based Internet service via the API is indeed unique design brings. Fist-sized device that uses adults as a key control center.
So, if you want to activate the whole smart devices in the home such as door lock systems smart home (smart lock), the bell smart (smart door bell), and so on, then you just have to turn the key in it and automatically hackey will send signal to each of the smart home devices via the server. You can even take advantage of IFTTT application to control or supervise the home through a smartphone that would connect directly to the server from hackey.
Interestingly, in addition to control all smart devices in the home, hackey also be used to monitor the activities of the entire household. Thus, through this device you can know if your child comes home from school with the child how to turn the key in the top hackey when odor entering the home and automatically you will receive a notification message on the smartphone that your child is at home.
In addition, hackey also be used to order a few items you need. So, once the device is connected to the sale of the site, then you can order the items you want at once turn key only.
Scientists from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute recently developed a new high-resolution microscope that can observe objects claimed to be the smallest of organisms, such as zebrafish embryos or fruit flies. Microscope called IsoView it is claimed to provide a more comprehensive view and high resolution of the biological processes of living beings.
This microscope is claimed to improve the spatial resolution because it uses four objective lenses simultaneously placed on the right object. According to Phillip Keller, head of the design team of this microscope, placing fourth objective lens in each side of the object that causes the lighter and 3-dimensional effect so that any small objects can be observed with more detail.
In addition to involving four objective lenses, this microscope also use the software to process the images generated from observations into high-resolution images. Thanks to special software made by a computer scientist Fernando Amat, the image of the organisms were observed through IsoView can be processed into images at speeds 3,2gygabite per second or 60 times faster than the image processing system ever.
Keller and his fellow researchers revealed that IsoView microscope was used to observe the nervous system and embryonic development of fruit fly larvae as well as the functional activity observed in the brains of zebrafish larvae. In the future, the researchers hope to use IsoView to observe biological processes of other living creatures and use them for more complex biological experiments.