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Plastic T-shirt bag making machine

1.Plastic bag making machine is suitable for high density polyethylene (HDPE), the low density gathers alkene (LDPE) plastic film material.which is produces the plastic film to flat bag, 2. the performance of Plastic bag making machine is stable, the back cover is reliable, is the large, medium and small processed foods enterprise is most economical appropriately, bag sealing&cutting system equipment.Plastic …

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Stretch Film Machine

double layer stretch film machine  Double layer stretch film machine uses LLDPE as main material and adopts several kinds of resins to manufacture the single/double-side self-sticky stretch wrapping film. The film has good tensile strength,anti-pricking ability and impact strength. Its good shrinking memory function and self-sticky can make goods integrity to prevent goods from loosening and collapsing during transportation and being polluted by dust. The transparency and tensile strength of this product can make the packaging beautiful, economical and practical. The film can be widely used in wrapping of palletized goods. Its a good substitute for hot shrinking packaging film during transportation.   Technical Parameter: Item/Model KD-500*2 KD-1000*2 Screw diameter(mm) 55*2 65 *2 L/D ratio of screw (L/D) 28:1 28:1 width of die head (mm) 650 1250 Width of finished products(mm) 500(250*2rollers) 1000(500*2rollers) Thickness of finished products (mm) 0.017-0.05 0.017-0.05 Structure of film layers A/B A/B Max output (kg/h) 40 100 Linear speed …

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Cloud Computing with Windows

By Roger Jennings Wiley Publishing, Inc.| English | 363 pages | PDF | 7.420 KB | Download | Password: cloud http://www.ziddu.com/download/12364715/CloudComputing.rar.html Cloud computing became a hot topic in mid-2008 and, by mid-2009, had achieved top buzzword status. As proof of its popularity, a mid-August 2009 search on Bing.com for ‘‘cloud computing’’ returned 92 million hits. Hardly a week goes by that doesn’t include at least one cloud computing conference somewhere around the globe. The term cloud computing implies access to remote computing services offered by third parties via a TCP/IP connection to the public Internet. The cloud symbol in a network diagram, which initially represented any type of multiuser network, came to be associated specifically with the public Internet in the mid-1990s. The preceding definitions encompass almost all common Internet-based activities, ranging from individuals sending e-mail messages and viewing Web pages to retailers processing credit and debit card charges for …

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How one chat bot totally changed my opinion of bots

A couple of weeks ago, together with Sorted MGMT and Hardwell, we launched a messenger bot. Why did we launch the messenger bot? Originally, it was because Sorted Management approached us and asked us to build one. We’re big fans of Hardwell in the WMAS crew, in fact Tom, is probably one of his biggest. So we naturally jumped at the chance. I’ll admit it, I was a naysayer. – “What’s the point in chat bots?” – “You’re just duplicating the information anyway.” – “I can find the information from Hardwell’s website when I want it.” I don’t get it. Correction… I didn’t get it. And that’s fine. I’m an adult, I’m 30 now. I’m not a “millennial”… Well according to Pew Research Center I am, thanks Pew… I use Facebook. I use twitter. I occasionally dip into WhatsApp, and sure I use Messenger to stay in touch with friends. …

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How to improve your security infrastructure when you’re on a budget

security infrastructure

When you’re on a tight budget for cybersecurity, it can seem almost impossible to secure every part of your businesses’ network without going over budget with the latest technologies in place. You may not be able to solve all your security needs immediately with a small budget, but the important thing is that you are working towards your security goals and taking steps to move the needle forward. Start with examining your current security landscape. This is always a critical first step for any company with or without budget restrictions. Find out where the holes are, what needs work, what’s being protected and what isn’t. Once you do that, you’ll understand where your infrastructure stands, which you can then factor in regulatory requirements that might apply to your organization and the data that you are securing. Unfortunately, you won’t be able to fix everything right away. Determine what actions are …

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How attackers can exploit iTunes Wi-Fi

itunes wi-fi sync feature mobile device ios device

An iOS feature called iTunes Wi-Fi sync, which allows a user to manage their iOS device without physically connecting it to their computer, could be exploited by attackers to gain lasting control over the device and extract sensitive information from it. The vulnerability was discovered by Symantec researchers, disclosed to Apple and now to the RSA Conference 2018 attendees and the wider public. Apple has implemented a mechanism that should prevent easy exploitation of the feature, but the researchers say that it doesn’t address the “Trustjacking” problem in an holistic manner. When users connect their iOS device to a computer or, for example, a free charger at an airport, they are asked whether they will trust the computer (meaning, that its settings and data will be accessible from it when connected). Most users believe that they have to trust the computer to get their device charged and believe the trust/access works only …

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What is social engineering?

Social Engineering

Social Engineering is the art of manipulating, influencing, or deceiving you in order to gain control over your computer system. The hacker might use the phone, email, snail mail or direct contact to gain illegal access. Phishing, spear phishing, and CEO Fraud are all examples. Top 10 Techniques Used By Social Engineers Understanding the different attack vectors for this type of crime is key when it comes to prevention. This is how the bad guys do it:  Pretexting An invented scenario is used to engage a potential victim to try and increase the chance that the victim will bite. It’s a false motive usually involving some real knowledge of the victim (e.g. date of birth, Social Security number, etc.) in an attempt to get even more information.  Diversion Theft A ‘con’ exercised by professional thieves, usually targeted at a transport or courier company. The objective is to trick the company into making the …

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Can smart cities really save us all

smart cities

Smart cities, and the components which comprise them, will save us all time – and a new study puts the total at 125 hours per citizen per year. The study, put together by Intel alongside Juniper Research, found that 125 hours, or 15 working days, will be claimed in four buckets. Mobility, such as smart traffic systems, smart parking, and ‘open data platforms’ – so users can pick the least congested bus and train services – will account for 60 hours. Greater public safety – predicting crime spots through machine learning – will account for 35, while healthcare comprises nine and productivity – digital services simplifying administrative processes – will account for 21. What could inhabitants of smart cities do with all that free time, the report asks? They could take a long holiday, get active, or spend it with family and friends. What’s more, wounds will heal quicker – …

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12 Ways to Increase Hotel Security

Even when hotels have strong security policies and procedures in place, they are still vulnerable to cyber attacks, break-ins, theft, fraud, and other crimes. That’s why it’s vital to take precautionary measures and continually evaluate security programs. “Having robust security in place means a better, safer, guest experience,” says Chad Callaghan, principal of Premises Liability Experts and AH&LA security consultant. “When department managers and other employees think more about safety and security, you can prevent a lot of theft and minimize dangers.” Inadequate security has repercussions beyond guests losing belongings to theft. Hotels can be held liable for the criminal acts of third parties. Civil litigation against property owners and managers has become commonplace ever since Garzilli v. Howard Johnson. And hotels are still targets of lawsuits because of theft and injury. Before becoming AH&LA’s security consultant, Callaghan spent 35 years with Marriott International. As the vice president of global …

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