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Say hello to the newest member of NooElec's popular NESDR SDR-range, the NESDR Mini 2. The Mini 2 uses a brand-new tuner IC, the R820T2 made by Rafael Micro, to provide increased sensitivity and improved SNR. A greatly-improved telescopic metal antenna is also included with your SDR set at no extra charge. If you liked the NESDR Mini, you will love the NESDR Mini 2!
The perfect device for learning software defined radio, on the cheap. Amateur radio, ADS-B, police & fire scanning, trunking, satellite images–you name it, this little guy can probably do it. Outperforms many devices 10x its cost!
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People are checking their e-mails, surfing over the Internet, purchasing goods, playing online games, paying bills on the Internet everyday. However, while performing all these tasks, how many people think about security? Do they know the risks of being attacked, infected by malicious software? How many users are aware of that their computer may be used as zombie machines to target other victim systems? As technology is growing rapidly, newer attacks are appearing. Security is a key point to get over all these issues. In this thesis, we will make a real life scenario, using honeypots. Honeypot is a well designed system that attracts hackers into it. By luring the hacker into the system, it is possible to monitor the processes that are started and running. In other words, honeypot is a trap machine which looks like a real system in order to attract the attacker. The aim of the honeypot is analyzing, understanding, watching and tracking hacker’s behaviours in order to create more secure systems. Honeypot is also very useful for future threats to keep track of new attacks.
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The book is divided into two parts. Part 1 deals with cyber warfare in general bringing out the unique characteristics of cyber space, the recent cyber attack on Estonia and the Stuxnet attack on Iranian Nuclear facilities, how the established Principles of War can be applied in cyberspace, cyber strategy of US and China, offensive and defensive aspects of cyber warfare cyber deterrence and the new challenge facing the militaries the world over- leadership in cyber domain. Part 2 is devoted to the Indian context. It discusses in detail the impact of ICT on the life of an ordinary Indian citizen, the cyber challenges facing the country and the implications for the Indian Armed Forces. A few recommendations have been summarised in the end.
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What happens when machines become smarter than humans? Forget lumbering Terminators. The power of an artificial intelligence (AI) comes from its intelligence, not physical strength and laser guns. Humans steer the future not because we're the strongest or the fastest but because we're the smartest. When machines become smarter than humans, we'll be handing them the steering wheel. What promises—and perils—will these powerful machines present? Stuart Armstrong’s new book navigates these questions with clarity and wit.
Can we instruct AIs to steer the future as we desire? What goals should we program into them? It turns out this question is difficult to answer! Philosophers have tried for thousands of years to define an ideal world, but there remains no consensus. The prospect of goal-driven, smarter-than-human AI gives moral philosophy a new urgency. The future could be filled with joy, art, compassion, and beings living worthwhile and wonderful lives—but only if we’re able to precisely define what a "good" world is, and skilled enough to describe it perfectly to a computer program.
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You love your laptop, but its WiFi network adapter is on the fritz or you're stuck with an old and slow Wireless G or B card. You could try to get it upgraded or repaired, maybe plunk down a few hundred dollars for a new computer, but there's an easy, inexpensive option that will get you back on the network in no time: a USB-based WiFi adapter!
The Plugable USB-WIFINT wireless N adapter sticks out just a quarter inch when plugged into a USB slot. It offers 802.11n wireless N connectivity up to 150 Mbps in an incredibly small package.