Identified several years ago, BlackEnergy is a Trojan malware designed to launch distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, download custom spam, and banking information-stealer plugins.Feb 11, 2016
BlackEnergy malware was known to have been used to deliver KillDisk, a feature that could render systems unusable and could obliterate critical components on an infected system. It was reported to have possessed remarkable functions that could place Industrial Control Systems (ICS) at risk. An attack scenario involves a target receiving an email that contains a malicious attachment. The attacker spoofs the sender address in order to appear to be coming from Rada (the Ukrainian parliament). Once the target opens the attachment, the victim is asked to run the macro in the document.
For some reason Windows 10 installed itself on my system this morning. I did not give permission for this to happen but I started the system and walked away and when I came back it wanted me to Sign in again but now Windows 10 screen was up !
I went Nuts !
So I put in my password and when it asked me to agree to the Terms of the Installation I said ((( NO ))) ! and it uninstalled ! ( Thank God! )
But to my Surprise All my DESKTOP ICONS had Little Orange Locks on them, I believe it has to do with the Installation of Windows 10 .
It seems to be a Sharing Thing. Set to share with Nobody !
If you Right click on any of them and share with Home Group or anyone it will go away !
So to bottle the end ! Windows F’d with or I should say Messed with my SYSTEM WITHOUT MY PERMISSION !
Please feel free to add what else you might think it is !
V12 Solenoid Engine – Top Speed – HD Published on Dec 5, 2014
Unique home made v12 solenoid motor – 2,700rpm maximum, when it’s in a good mood
Technical details: 60 degree V12 – runs on 24v dc fixed – “cylinder bore” 8mm, Stroke 10mm, theoretical total displacement is just 6cc, sealed roller bearings 684zz (4x9x4mm) are used for the main and big end bearings,the flywheel bearings are larger (4x13x5mm) to handle the weight of the flywheel (900g), the crankshaft is made up of one hundred and forty individual parts, and is counterweighted to balance the rotational mass (the reciprocating mass cancels itself out in the v12 design), the flywheel is an old drill chuck, the tachometer pickup is on the rear of the timing / distributor shaft, solenoid model used: SOLEN 121E16530, these solenoids have built in flyback diodes, the switching transistors are 2N3055. The engine is running as a 2 stroke here but can also run as a 4 stroke at the flick of a switch. The panel meters and digital tachometer are available on ebay. Nuts, bolts, bearings, wiring, solenoids, 4mm brass rod & timing gear all obtained from ebay. The timing chain and sprockets are Meccano, marked “Fabrique en Angleterre” (Made in England), like the engine they are on. Total weight of engine = 6kg approx. Built with basic tools, in a shed, using scrap aluminium & wood, Enjoy 🙂
V12 Solenoid Engine – Build Photos & Time Lapse Video Published on Nov 16, 2014
Photographs and time lapse video showing progress of the
V12 solenoid engine build. Project completed November 2014.
Single Solenoid Engine + Upgraded Speed Control – HD Published on Feb 9, 2015
My single solenoid engine now has anodised parts, an upgraded “throttle” mechanism, and a momentary switch for added fun. Circuit diagram included at the end of this video. Enjoy 🙂
Thunderbolt 3 Allows Laptops To Use External Graphics Cards
One of the main reasons that many people keep buying Desktop PC’s is for the ability to upgrade graphics cards. Whether you’re a gamer, or doing video editing work the graphics card can become a major issue. It’s infuriating to have a laptop with a good processor, RAM and storage and yet have to buy a new one so that you can play the game you want. With Thunderbolt 3 this dynamic changes, and we may finally really be able to kill Desktop PC’s for good.
Thunderbolt 3 has numerous features but the one that may prove the most interesting is that it is fast enough to allow for the use of external video cards
Not only does this mean that you won’t need a Desktop PC for high end graphics, but it may also mean that “gaming” laptops can become lighter and less bulky. A problem with current gaming laptops is that they are heavy, and large. If the graphics card no longer needs to be built into the laptop itself this would the reduce size and weight of the laptop.
Thunderbolt has been a great technology that has made a surprisingly small impact. Maybe with version 3 it will convince gamers to adopt it which will drive the rest of the industry.
Samsung lets you take control. But is it worth it?
Technically Incorrect: Samsung says that it wants to make clearer what really happens when its Smart TVs capture your voice at home.
Should you have a Samsung Smart TV, you may have been practicing sign language or deep whispering whenever someone was using its voice recognition feature.