Yearly Archives: 2020

Ortus Solutions Releases Its Second Lucee ColdFusion (CFML) AMI

The Windows 2019+Boncode+Tomcat AMI will give users a complete, modern and hardened stack for the Lucee CFML (ColdFusion) server THE WOODLANDS, Texas (PRWEB) December 30, 2020 Ortus Solutions, Corp announced today the release of the Windows 2019+Boncode+Tomcat AMI. Complete with optimized Windows 2019 and Tomcat 9 settings, CFML applications will be highly performant and secure. This stack will allow users to build high performant production or development machines based on Lucee 5.3.6.61 CFML and with CommandBox 5 as the CLI companion. “We are so excited to release our Windows 2019 Lucee AMI to the Amazon Marketplace. This is another step completed in our initiative to build and offer several cloud server images to help our customers run highly scalable… Source link

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Out of the Bubble: Now or Never? – Mad In America – James Moore

The difference between public image and first-hand inside knowledge applies to all areas of life. Nobody can have a personal experience with each and every social institution; for most of them, we rely on what we hear, read, and watch. For example, I have never encountered police brutality, but I read about it in the media; media coverage, in turn, helps me contextualize stories that I hear from my non-white friends. Just by glancing at headlines, I immediately become aware that there is a wide range of positions on the current state of the American police. In all major media outlets, I can see op-eds, letters, and comments written by activists of all stripes; by victims of police brutality; by victims of crime who praise police or decry its inefficiency; by police employees who defend… Source link

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Safe alternatives to nuclear fission

Philo Farnsworth wasn’t working on “cold fusion.” He was working on nuclear fusion (hot plasma). Work on his “Fusor” reactor design continues with the Polywell reactor, but remains 20-plus years in the future. It is irresponsible for Don to bring up nuclear fission without mentioning the seriousness of its radioactive byproducts, some of which have a half-life of 200,000 years. Radioactive reactor garbage is an environmental catastrophe that has no solution. Chernobyl accidents will always happen. Don’s prejudices against batteries are not based on scientific fact. The 100MW South Australian Hornsdale Power Reserve is just one of many successful utility battery storage installations. Cheap battery recycling is a strategic part of Tesla’s corporate plan. Our leaders let the… Source link

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EU announces funding for four next-gen clean energy technologies

Image: EIC The European Commission’s European Innovation Council has awarded funding for research on four ‘radically new’ future clean energy technologies. The funding under the new Pathfinder scheme for deep-tech research and innovation is aimed to support visionary ideas that may – or perhaps may not – translate into reality. The four clean energy projects, which will run over the next three to four years, are focussed on clean energy production, power harvesting for sensors, energy recovery from waste heat and chemical energy storage. HERMES – hydrogen-metal systems for clean energy The HERMES project is revisiting the cold fusion concept, which emerged back in 1989 with the claimed discovery by the electrochemists… Source link

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VERT Alert: SolarWinds Supply Chain Attack

Vulnerability Description The United States Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has advised that an advanced persistent threat (APT) actor was able to insert sophisticated malware into officially signed and released updates to the SolarWinds network management software [1]. The attacks have been ongoing since at least March 2020 and CISA has warned that many high-value targets within government, critical infrastructure, and the private sector have been compromised. Private security firm FireEye has also disclosed that the attackers were able to steal their private collection of hacking tools and techniques used for security audits [2]. Exposure and Impact Successful compromise through the SolarWinds Orion backdoor could lead to complete compromise of a… Source link

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Marvel Superhero War debuts first K-pop superhero Luna Snow on Facebook livestream

Marvel Super War now has its first-ever K-pop superhero. This new superhero is Luna Snow. Luna Snow marked her debut on the livestream conducted on Marvel Super War’s Facebook page. This new superhero will be part of the Marvel Super War world on December 24, 2020. Find out more details about Marvel’s first K-pop superhero below. Marvel Super War debuts its first K-pop superhero Marvel Super War is a 3D marvel superhero mobile game. This multiplayer battle arena game is available on iOS and android and quite popular among Marvel fans. But this game is available in only select few countries. Hence it adds to the exclusivity of the game. After its debut in 2019, the Marvel Super War is making headlines once again. All thanks to its brand new superhero. Marvel conducted a… Source link

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K-Pop Superhero Luna Snow to Join ‘MARVEL Super War’ Roster

As one of the latest superheroes to join the Marvel Universe, Korean pop idol Luna Snow is finally making her debut in MARVEL Super War, where she will fight alongside other iconic superheroes and villains in the battlefield of Wakanda beginning December 24, which coincides with the game’s first anniversary. Her entry into the mobile MOBA was announced during a special livestream event on MARVEL Super War‘s official Facebook page today, and fans were also treated to the first-ever performance of Luna Snow’s new single, Flow (feat. Luna). Who is Luna Snow? Seol Hee is a South Korean K-pop singer and dancer who was performing at a Stark Industries event when the science-obsessed organization known as A.I.M. ambushed the crowd. Instead of running away, Seol bravely attempted… Source link

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Characterizing cold fusion in 2D models — ScienceDaily

Progress towards ‘cold fusion,’ where nuclear fusion can occur at close to room temperatures, has now been at a standstill for decades. However, an increasing number of studies are now proposing that the reaction could be triggered more easily through a mechanism involving muons — elementary particles with the same charge as electrons, but with around 200 times their mass. Through a study published in EPJ D, researchers led by Francisco Caruso at the Brazilian Centre for Physical Research have shown theoretically how this process would unfold within 2D systems, without any need for approximations. The team’s results could lead to long-awaited advances in the field of cold fusion — which has been proposed as an efficient, sustainable way to harvest vast… Source link

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Characterising cold fusion in 2D models

Progress towards ‘cold fusion,’ where nuclear fusion can occur at close to room temperatures, has now been at a standstill for decades. However, an increasing number of studies are now proposing that the reaction could be triggered more easily through a mechanism involving muons – elementary particles with the same charge as electrons, but with around 200 times their mass. Through a study published in EPJ D, researchers led by Francisco Caruso at the Brazilian Centre for Physical Research have shown theoretically how this process would unfold within 2D systems, without any need for approximations. The team’s results could lead to long-awaited advances in the field of cold fusion – which has been proposed as an efficient, sustainable way to harvest vast amounts of energy. Since muons… Source link

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IoT News – Developing an Effective Vulnerability Management Program

No piece of software is perfect. No coder writes software that is 100 percent free from errors. Time and budget constraints exacerbate the problem, with developers often racing against the clock to get software finished to an anticipated release date that would be too costly to change. Particularly in an age of over-the-air updates, oftentimes companies will elect to release an initial version of a piece of software and then release security updates or “patches” to plug the gaps at a later date. At a certain point, when software has outlived its financial or other usefulness, developers will stop supporting it altogether — meaning that patches… Source link

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