Coldfusion

Consult PR Is Offering Hosting And Development Services For Coldfusion Applications

Consult PR is offering hosting and maintenance services for ColdFusion software. “It [ColdFusion] isn’t our main thing but it’s something we’re very very good at over the years and we’ve still maintained talent and personnel that can service and support Coldfusion.” – Paul Ramkissoon, President of Consult PR. WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (PRWEB) August 11, 2020 Consult PR is offering hosting and development services for ColdFusion applications. ColdFusion is a programming language created by Adobe that has been around for many years. Unfortunately, ColdFusion has become a niche… Source link

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NASA creates nuclear fusion using lattice confinement

All they needed with metal hydrogen, and an electron accelerator Researchers at NASA’s Glenn Research Center have now demonstrated a method of inducing nuclear fusion without building a massive stellarator or tokamak. In fact, all they needed was a bit of metal, some hydrogen, and an electron accelerator. The team believes that their method, called lattice confinement fusion, could be a potential new power source for deep space missions. Lawrence Forsley, a senior lead experimental physicist for the project said the idea did not use any mythical cold fusion. Forsley stresses this is hot fusion, but “we’ve come up with a new way of driving it”. “This method of fusion offers a potentially reliable source for craft operating in places where solar panels may not be useable,… Source link

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‘The Enron of Europe’ — What We Know So Far About the Wirecard Scandal

A new video takes viewers through German financial technology company Wirecard’s journey from being one of the top businesses in the world to one who’s shares plummeted by more than 98% before filing for insolvency.   In an Aug. 6 video posted to YouTube by ColdFusion, Australian host Dagogo Altraide retells the story of how the Wirecard scandal began when auditors were unable to locate more than $2 billion that was supposed to be sitting in the FinTech firm’s Philippines-based accounts. The Wirecard board later admitted that the funds likely did not exist. “This was a tale of liars, accounting manipulation, hacking attacks on journalists, an arrested former CEO and a missing executive,” Altraide narrated, referring to… Source link

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Eva Mendes Shares Her Skincare Routine for a Youthful Glow At 46

Alexander TamargoGetty Images If you compare current pictures of Eva Mendes to those taken 10 years ago, you’ll notice one thing: the actress still has a youthful glow. She’s perfected her skincare routine with a few staples that deliver her signature sun-kissed radiance, but she has never shied away from trying something new. In a recent Instagram post, Mendes showed off her new favorite beauty tool championed by Dr. Mariana Vergara called The Golden Wand. Oh, and it’s only $20. In the clip, the mom of two enjoys a facial massage as the V-shaped tool rolls upwards on her cheekbones and her delicate under-eye area. “As you know, I love supporting female owned businesses. Fellow Latina @marianalvergara’s Golden Wand is finally… Source link

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Tesla (TSLA): Elon Musk wants more nickel and more good employees

If one thing transpired out of Tesla’s (TSLA) Q2 earnings, it’s that Tesla CEO Elon Musk wants more nickel and talented people at the automaker. Considering that Tesla was able to maintain strong deliveries amid a global pandemic, talks of demand issues are starting to surface, and analysts are starting to look at production constraints again. As usual, Musk pointed to battery cell supply as the main production constraint for Tesla. Musk brought up an interesting new strategy from Tesla to help manage battery supply with LFP iron phosphate batteries. We previously reported that Tesla is introducing a new version of the Model 3 in China with LFP batteries. During Tesla’s Q2 2020 earnings call, Musk explained that Tesla believes its improves efficiency enough that it is… Source link

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Chinese “COVID-19” Hackers indicted after 11 year hacking spree

The text explains one of the tools from the “experimental” portion of the class, “MS06040Scanner”:  The working principle of MS06040Scanner is to first obtain the operating system type and open ports through port scanning and operating system scanning. If it is a windows2000 system, TCP 139 or TCP 445 port is opened, and the returned data packet matches the definition in the vulnerability library. It means that the host may have MS06040 vulnerabilities, we can use MS06040 exploit programs to carry out remote overflow attacks on it The second slide demonstrates the “X-Scan” tool which would be used to find vulnerabilities allowing data exfiltration. The Attacks 

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Editorial: Slaying the yellow dragon | Editorials

For citrus growers around the world, huanglongbing represents a deadly threat. The disease, also called citrus greening disease or yellow dragon disease, originated in China and has spread to many citrus-growing regions. With the tiny citrus psyllid as a vector, HLB spreads rapidly through a grove, and the impact is profound: the infected trees die and the fruit is bitter, acidic, abnormally green and worthless. In Florida, where HLB first appeared in the U.S., citrus production is down 74% in the past 15 years and the cost of production has doubled, according to USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. HLB has invaded much of Asia and Africa. In… Source link

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Trumpf reports decline in sales and orders received for fiscal year 2019/20

Trumpf GmbH & Co. KG, Ditzingen, Germany, has released financial results for its fiscal year 2019/20, which ended on June 30, 2020. The group, which develops and provides a range of manufacturing solutions, including metal Additive Manufacturing machines and solutions, posted a decrease in sales of around 8%.  According to preliminary calculations, sales for the group amounted to €3.5 billion, down from €3.8 billion in 2018/19 fiscal year. Orders received fell by 11% to €3.3 billion, down from €3.7 billion in 2018/19.  The biggest single markets after Germany, which saw sales of approximately €610 million, were the USA at €490 million and the Netherlands at around €480 million, followed by China at €350 million. Nicola… Source link

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Adobe out-of-band security updates for Photoshop, Prelude, Bridge

A week after July 2020 Patch Tuesday, Adobe has released out-of-band security updates to fix thirteen vulnerabilities – twelve of which critical – in Adobe Photoshop, Bridge, Prelude, and Reader Mobile. The good news is that none of these vulnerabilities are currently being exploited in the wild, and that most of them are in products that have historically not been a target for attackers. Out-of-band updates Adobe considers the update for the mobile versions of Reader for Android to be the one users and admins should implement soon, even though it fixes “just” a single information disclosure flaw. The Adobe Photoshop updates deliver fixes for Photoshop CC 2019 and Photoshop 2020 on Windows and macOS, which resolve five critical out-of-bounds read/write issues that… Source link

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Adobe issues emergency fixes for critical vulnerabilities in Photoshop, Bridge, Prelude

Adobe has released an out-of-band emergency security update for Photoshop, Prelude, and Bridge.  On Tuesday, a week after issuing the firm’s standard monthly security update, Adobe published security advisories revealing a total of 13 vulnerabilities, 12 of which are deemed critical.  Five vulnerabilities have now been resolved in Photoshop CC 2019 — versions 20.0.9 and earlier — and Photoshop 2020 — versions 21.2 and earlier — on Windows machines.  See also: Adobe wants users to uninstall Flash Player by the end of the year CVE-2020-9683 and CVE-2020-9686 are out-of-bounds read issues in the photo editing software, whereas CVE-2020-9684, CVE-2020-9685, and… Source link

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