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For Sale – Silverstone Raven RV01 Computer Case

Selling my old case due to changing to a new Phanteks case with a more conventional layout.

Anyone who knows these cases is aware they are very much on the high end, last time I saw one available brand new it was £190,

Mine is in good condition, I’ve had it for approximately 9 years, originally purchased through cyber power (note there is a cyber power sticker I haven’t removed on the front of the case)

All drive sleds are present, side panel window is still in good condition, ports all still work fine, lights and buttons too.

Looking for around £80 for it collected as its far too big to post and I don’t have the original box for it with protective materials.
Thanks for looking

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Ransomware attacks shaking up threat landscape — again

Ransomware is changing the threat landscape yet again, though this time it isn’t with malicious code.

A spike in ransomware attacks against municipal governments and healthcare organizations, coupled with advancements in the back-end operations of specific campaigns, have concerned security researchers and analysts alike. The trends are so alarming that Jeff Pollard, vice president and a principal analyst at Forrester Research, said he expects local, state and city governments will be forced to seek disaster relief funds from the federal government to recover from ransomware attacks.

“There’s definitely been an uptick in overall attacks, but we’re seeing municipality after municipality get hit with ransomware now,” Pollard said. “When those vital government services are disrupted, then it’s a disaster.”

In fact, Forrester’s report “Predictions 2020: Cybersecurity” anticipates that at least one local government will ask for disaster relief funding from their national government in order to recover from a ransomware attack that cripples municipal services, whether they’re electrical utilities or public healthcare facilities.

Many U.S. state, local and city governments have already been disrupted by ransomware this year, including a massive attack on Atlanta in March that paralyzed much of the city’s non-emergency services. A number of healthcare organizations have also shut down from ransomware attacks, including a network of hospitals in Alabama.

The increase in attacks on municipal governments and healthcare organizations has been accompanied by another trend this year, according to several security researchers: Threat actors are upping their ransomware games.

Today’s infamous ransomware campaigns share some aspects with the notable cyberattacks of 20 years ago. For example, the ILoveYou worm used a simple VB script to spread through email systems and even overwrote random files on infected devices, which forced several enterprises and government agencies to shut down their email servers.

But today’s ransomware threats aren’t just using more sophisticated techniques to infect organizations — they’ve also built thriving financial models that resemble the businesses of their cybersecurity counterparts. And they’re going after targets that will deliver the biggest return on investment.

New approaches

The McAfee Labs Threats Report for August showed a 118% increase in ransomware detections for the first quarter of this year, driven largely by the infamous Ryuk and GandCrab families. But more importantly, the vendor noted how many ransomware operations had embraced “innovative” attack techniques to target businesses; instead of using mass phishing campaigns (as Ryuk and GandCrab have), “an increasing number of attacks are gaining access to a company that has open and exposed remote access points, such as RDP [remote desktop protocol] and virtual network computing,” the report stated.

The concept of ransomware is no longer the concept that we’ve historically known it as.
Raj SamaniChief scientist, McAfee

“The concept of ransomware is no longer the concept that we’ve historically known it as,” Raj Samani, chief scientist at McAfee, told SearchSecurity.

Sophos Labs’ 2020 Threat Report, which was published earlier this month, presented similar findings. The endpoint security vendor noted that since the SamSam ransomware attacks in 2018, more threat actors have “jumped on the RDP bandwagon” to gain access to corporate networks, not just endpoint devices. In addition, Sophos researchers found more attacks using remote monitoring and management software from vendors such as ConnectWise and Kaseya (ConnectWise’s Automate software was recently used in a series of attacks).

John Shier, senior security advisor at Sophos, said certain ransomware operations are demonstrating more sophistication and moving away from relying on “spray and pray” phishing emails. “The majority of the ransomware landscape was just opportunistic attacks,” he said.

That’s no longer the case, he said. In addition to searching for devices with exposed RDP or weak passwords that can be discovered by brute-force attacks, threat actors are also using that access to routinely locate and destroy backups. “The thoroughness of the attacks in those cases are devastating, and therefore they can command higher ransoms and getting higher percentage of payments,” Shier said.

Jeremiah Dewey, senior director of managed services and head of incident response at Rapid7, said his company began getting more calls about ransomware attacks with higher ransomware demands. “This year, especially earlier in the year, we saw ransomware authors determine that they could ask for more,” he said.

With the volume of ransomware attacks this year, experts expect that trend to continue.

The ransomware economy

Samani said the new strategies and approaches used by many threat groups show a “professionalization” of the ransomware economy. But there are also operational aspects, particularly with the ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) model, that are exhibiting increased sophistication. With RaaS campaigns such as GandCrab, ransomware authors make their code available to “affiliates” who are then tasked with infecting victims; the authors take a percentage of the ransoms earned by the affiliates.

In the past, Samani said, affiliates were usually less-skilled cybercriminals who relied on traditional phishing or social engineering tactics to spread ransomware. But that has changed, he said. In a series of research posts on Sodinokibi, a RaaS operation that experts believe was developed by GandCrab authors, McAfee observed the emergence of “all-star” affiliates who have gone above and beyond what typical affiliates do.

“Now you’re seeing affiliates beginning to recruit individuals that are specialists in RDP stressing or RDP brute-forcing,” Samani said. “Threat actors are now hiring specific individuals based on their specialties to go out and perform the first phase of the attack, which may well be the initial entry vector into an organization.”

And once they achieve access to a target environment, Samani said, the all-stars generally lie low until they achieve an understanding of the network, move laterally and locate and compromise backups in order to maximize the damage.

Sophos Labs’ 2020 Threat Report also noted that many ransomware actors are prioritizing the types of data that certain drives, files and documents encrypt first. Shier said it’s not surprising to see ransomware campaigns increasingly use tactics that rely on human interaction. “What we’ve seen starting with SamSam is more of a hybrid model — there is some automation, but there’s also some humans,” he said.

These tactics and strategies have transformed the ransomware business, Samani said, shifting it away from the economies of scale-approach of old. “All stars” affiliates who can not only infect the most victims but also command the biggest ransoms are now reaping the biggest rewards. And the cybercriminals behind these RaaS operations are paying close attention, too.

“The bad guys are actively monitoring, tracking and managing the efficiency of specific affiliates and rewarding them if they are as good as they claim to be,” Samani said. “It’s absolutely fascinating.”

Silver linings, dark portents

There is some good news for enterprises amid the latest ransomware research. For one, Samani said, the more professional ransomware operations were likely forced to adapt because the return on investment for ransomware was decreasing. Efforts from cybersecurity vendors and projects like No More Ransom contributed to victims refusing to pay, either because their data had been decrypted or because they were advised against it.

As a result, ransomware campaigns were forced to improve their strategies and operations in order to catch bigger fish and earn bigger rewards. “Return on investment is the key motivator to the re-evolution or rebirth of ransomware,” Samani said.

Another positive, according to Shier, is that not every ransomware campaign or its affiliates have the necessary skills to emulate a SamSam operation, for example. “In terms of other campaigns implementing similar models and techniques, it’s grown in the past 18 months,” he said. “But there are some limitations there.”

On the downside, Shier said, cybercriminals often don’t even need that level of sophistication to achieve some level of success. “Not everyone has the technical expertise to exploit BlueKeep for an RDP attack,” he said. “But there’s enough exposed RDP [systems] out there with weak passwords that you don’t need things like BlueKeep.”

In addition, Samani said the ransomware operations that earn large payments will be in a position to improve even further. “If you’ve got enough money, then you can hire whoever you want,” Samani said. “Money gives you the ability to improve research and development and innovate and move your code forward.”

In order to make the most money, threat actors will look for the organizations that are not only most vulnerable but also the most likely to pay large ransoms. That, Samani said, could lead to even more attacks on government and healthcare targets in 2020.

Shier said most ransomware attacks on healthcare companies and municipal governments still appear to be opportunistic infections, but he wouldn’t be surprised if more sophisticated ransomware operations begin to purposefully target those organizations in order to maximize their earnings.

“[Threat actors] know there are organizations that simply can’t experience downtime,” Shier said. “They don’t care who they are impacting. They want to make money.”

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For Sale – Huawei B535 4G LTE unlocked Modem £105 RMSD

Got this from 3 less than a month ago to bridge a few weeks between changing names on our virgin media account. Boxed as new, only used in a smoke-free home; extra antennae pictured are included.

Works perfectly… thought about putting it in a drawer, but will see if there’s any interest here. True, they’re £80 from aliexpress…. fill your boots and toss a coin as to whether it’ll arrive or not.

No sim or data included . Collection from B44 if preferred

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Beyond our four walls: How Microsoft is accelerating sustainability progress – Microsoft on the Issues

Our planet is changing — sea levels are rising, weather is becoming more extreme and our natural resources are being depleted faster than the earth’s ecosystems can restore them. These changes pose serious threats to the future of all life on our tiny blue dot, and they challenge us to find new solutions, work together and leverage the diversity of human potential to help right the course.

The good news is that progress is being made across the globe, and non-state actors, from cities to companies to individual citizens, are setting bold commitments and accelerating their work on climate change. But it’s also clear that we all must raise our ambitions, couple that with action and work more swiftly than ever.

At Microsoft, we fully understand and embrace this challenge. That is why, this week, at the Global Climate Action Summit, Microsoft is sharing our vision for a sustainable future — one where everyone everywhere is experiencing and deploying the power of technology to help address climate change and build a more resilient future. We are optimistic about what progress can be made because we are already seeing results of this technology-first enablement approach.

Today, we are unveiling five new tools, partnerships and the results of pilot projects that are already reducing emissions in manufacturing and advancing environmental research and showing immense potential to disrupt the building and energy sectors for a lower-emission future.

These include:

  • A new, open-source tool to find, use and incentivize lower-carbon building materials: To create low-carbon buildings, we need to choose low-carbon building materials. But right now, choosing these materials is challenging because the data is not readily available and what we do have lacks transparency to ensure it’s accurate. We are the first large corporate user of a new tool to track the carbon emissions of raw building materials, introduced by Skanska and supported by the University of Washington Carbon Leadership Forum, Interface and C-Change Labs, called the Embodied Carbon Calculator for Construction (EC3). We’ll use this in our new campus remodel. Our early estimates are that a low-carbon building in Seattle has approximately half the carbon emissions of an average building, so this could have a substantial impact on reducing carbon emissions in our remodel and eventually the entire built environment. We’re proud to not only be piloting it, but that this open-source tool is also running on Microsoft Azure.
  • The results of a “factory of the future” and solar-panel deployment at one of our largest suppliers of China: We partnered with our supplier’s management team to develop and install an energy-smart building solution running on Microsoft Azure to monitor and address issues as they emerge, saving energy and money. Additionally, Microsoft funded a solar panel installation, which generated more than 250,000 kilowatt-hours of electricity in the past fiscal year. This integrated solution is estimated to reduce emissions by approximately 3 million pounds a year.

The successful pilot of a grid-interactive energy storage battery: ​Solving storage is a critical piece of transforming the energy sector. That is why we’re excited to share the results of a new pilot in Virginia, in partnership with Eaton and PJM Interconnection. We used a battery that typically sits in our datacenter as a backup system, hooked it up to the grid to receive signals about when to take in power, when to store it and when to discharge to support the reliability of the system and integration of renewable energy. With thousands of batteries as part of our backup power systems at our datacenters, this pilot has the potential to rapidly scale storage solutions, allowing datacenters to smooth out the unpredictability of wind and solar.

  • New grantees and results from our AI for Earth program: Since we first introduced this grant, training and innovation program last year, we’ve experienced 200 percent growth. We are now supporting 137 grantees in more than 40 countries around the world, as well as doubling the number of larger featured projects we support. We’ve seen early results, too, allowing many people outside the grant program to benefit from our work, allowing us to process more than 10 trillion pixels in ten minutes and less than $50.
  • New LinkedIn online training module for sustainability, the Sustainable Learning Path: LinkedIn is providing new training courses to enable people everywhere to learn and gain job skills to participate in the clean energy economy and low-carbon future. The Sustainable Learning Path offers six hours of expert-created content; initial courses include an overview of sustainability strategies and introductions to LEED credentials and sustainable design. All six courses are unlocked until the end of October, in celebration of the Global Climate Action Summit, and can be accessed here.

While these are just the first proof points of the potential of technology to accelerate the pace of change beyond our four walls, they build on decades of sustainability progress within our operations.  These include operating 100 percent carbon neutral since 2012, purchasing more than 1 gigawatt of renewable energy on three continents, committing to reduce our operational carbon footprint by 75 percent by 2030, and a host of other initiatives. As meaningful as this operational progress is, we know it’s not enough. As a global technology company, we have a responsibility and a tremendous opportunity to help change the course of our planet.

As we look to the future, we’ll realize this opportunity in a few ways. We will use our operations as a test bed for innovation and share new insights about what works. We will work with our customers and suppliers to drive efficiencies that lead to tangible carbon reductions. We will continue to increase access to cloud and AI tools, especially among climate researchers and conservation groups, and work together to develop new tools that can be deployed by others in the field.

We are not naïve. Technology is not a panacea. Time and resources are short, and the task immense. But we refuse to believe that it is insurmountable or too late to build a better future, and we are convinced that technology can play a pivotal role in enabling that progress.

That optimism is borne out of our experience, lessons learned and the drive to create a better future that is core to Microsoft. At GCAS, I will be joined by 10 Microsoft and LinkedIn sustainability leaders, who will be sharing more details about this approach and the news outlined at panel sessions throughout the week, showcasing some of our technology solutions at events we are hosting and supporting the effort with more than 50 employees volunteering their time at GCAS. We are also proud to be an official sponsor of GCAS.

You can find our Microsoft delegation at the following events during the summit, as well as many others throughout the week. And we encourage you to follow us @Microsoft_Green for a full view of our conference activities and engagements, and the official hashtags for news of the event at #GCAS2018 #StepUp 2018.

Find Microsoft at the Global Climate Action Summit — event highlights

September 11, 8:00 a.m. PT: Sustainable Food Services Panel (LinkedIn hosting)

September 12, 9:00 a.m. PT: We Are Still In Forum

 September 12, 2:00 p.m. PT: “Energy, Transportation & Innovation – a Conversation with U.S. Climate Alliance Governors & Business Leaders” (Microsoft hosting)

  • Speaker: Shelley McKinley, General Manager for Technology and Civic Responsibility at Microsoft
  • Watch the livestream: https://aka.ms/CEO_Governors_Live and use #USCAxGCAS to submit questions on Twitter during the event

September 13, 9:00 a.m. PT: World Economic Forum: 4th IR for Earth

  • Speaker: Lucas Joppa, Chief Environmental Officer, Microsoft

September 13, 1:30 p.m. PT: GCAS Breakout Session – “What We Eat and How It’s Grown: Food Systems and Climate”

September 13, 3:00 p.m. PT: Meeting the Paris Goal: Strategies for Carbon Neutrality (Microsoft hosting)

  • Speaker: Elizabeth Willmott, Carbon Program Lead

September 13, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. PT: We Are Still In Reception at Microsoft

September 14, 8:30 a.m. PT: Clean Energy in Emerging Markets (Microsoft hosting)

September 14, 11:00 a.m. PT: Climate Action Career Fair (LinkedIn hosting)

  • Speaker: Lucas Joppa, Chief Environmental Officer

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For Sale – MacBook Pro TouchBar (Late 2016), 2 x LG 4K UltraFine, eGPU Dock & Accessories

I’m having a clear out and changing my setup so got a very nice Apple developer/designer setup to sell. I have moved my office into a bigger room and still with my Desktop, XPS15 and this I still don’t have enough room.

MacBook Pro 15” TouchBar (16GB/i7/256GB SSD) – Boxed

Accessories
Thule 15” Bag
Apple Magic Mouse 2
512GB USB-C SSD
Thunderbolt 3 to Thunderbolt 2 Adapter
Thunderbolt 2 Ethernet
USB-C Adapter
Twelve South HiRise Stand
Hyper++Drive USB-C Hub (from Kick Starter)
Marble DBRAND Skin (Top & Bottom)
Leather Sleeve Case (not official)

Sonnet 350W eGPU Thunderbolt 3 Dock (no gpu)

2 x LG USB-C 4K Monitors (boxed)

This is a very good setup, stick a RX 580 in the eGPU and you’ve got a very powerful environment suitable for VR or Video Editing.

Looking for £2750 for everything.

I would consider selling both monitors separately for £750.

Price and currency: 2750
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: CASH/BT
Location: Warrington
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Google location tracking continues even when turned off

Turning off Google location tracking may not be as simple as changing one setting to “off,” according to new research.

The unexpected Google location tracking behavior on Android and iOS devices was revealed by an Associated Press (AP) investigation and confirmed by computer science researchers at Princeton University. The issue was first raised in a blog post by K. Shankari, a graduate researcher at UC Berkley, in May 2018. Shankari kept note of prompts sent by Google to rate places or submit pictures to Google Maps, even though Google Location History was turned off on her device.

The AP investigation found that even with Google location tracking turned off, certain apps will take a timestamped snapshot of the user’s location and store that data when the user performs a search, opens Google Maps, or checks the weather.

The confusion stems from the different ways users have to control Google location tracking services. The Google Location History support page claims, “With Location History off, the places you go are no longer stored.” However, when turning off the Location History setting via a user’s Google My Activity page, a pop-up notes, “This setting does not affect other location services on your device, like Google Location Services and Find My Device. Some location data may be saved as part of your activity on other Google services, like Search and Maps.”

Turning off Google Location Services on a mobile device can cause apps to misbehave, so Google told the AP that the real fix for users would be to also turn off location tracking in Google’s “Web and App Activity” settings.

“Location History is a Google product that is entirely opt in, and users have the controls to edit, delete, or turn it off at any time. As the story notes, we make sure Location History users know that when they disable the product, we continue to use location to improve the Google experience when they do things like perform a Google search or use Google for driving directions,” a Google spokesperson wrote in an email.

Tim Mackey, technology evangelist at Synopsys, said this was an issue akin to saying “if my mother can’t figure out what it does, or how to turn it off, it’s too complicated.”

“The expectation of the consumer for an off switch is what matters most. Users wish their location be kept private indicate this preference through the Location History setting. That any given application might have independent settings for location related data is how an application developer or vendor approaches the problem,” Mackey wrote via email. “When we recognize that our digital footprint is effectively a personally identifying attribute, access to that attribute becomes more valuable. This is true for malicious actors who can use location information to determine not only patterns of behavior for their targets, but know when to best commit their crime. This is also true for law enforcement seeking to identify suspects following the commission of a crime. In each of these examples, the same location and identity data can be used for good or for ill to identify an individual.”

For Sale – MacBook Pro TouchBar (Late 2016), 2 x LG 4K UltraFine, eGPU Dock & Accessories

I’m having a clear out and changing my setup so got a very nice Apple developer/designer setup to sell. I have moved my office into a bigger room and still with my Desktop, XPS15 and this I still don’t have enough room.

MacBook Pro 15” TouchBar (16GB/i7/256GB SSD) – Boxed

Accessories
Thule 15” Bag
Apple Magic Mouse 2
512GB USB-C SSD
Thunderbolt 3 to Thunderbolt 2 Adapter
Thunderbolt 2 Ethernet
USB-C Adapter
Twelve South HiRise Stand
Hyper++Drive USB-C Hub (from Kick Starter)
Marble DBRAND Skin (Top & Bottom)
Leather Sleeve Case (not official)

Sonnet 350W eGPU Thunderbolt 3 Dock (no gpu)

2 x LG USB-C 4K Monitors (boxed)

This is a very good setup, stick a RX 580 in the eGPU and you’ve got a very powerful environment suitable for VR or Video Editing.

Looking for £2750 for everything.

I would consider selling both monitors separately for £750.

Price and currency: 2750
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: CASH/BT
Location: Warrington
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – MacBook Pro TouchBar (Late 2016), 2 x LG 4K UltraFine, eGPU Dock & Accessories

I’m having a clear out and changing my setup so got a very nice Apple developer/designer setup to sell. I have moved my office into a bigger room and still with my Desktop, XPS15 and this I still don’t have enough room.

MacBook Pro 15” TouchBar (16GB/i7/256GB SSD) – Boxed

Accessories
Thule 15” Bag
Apple Magic Mouse 2
512GB USB-C SSD
Thunderbolt 3 to Thunderbolt 2 Adapter
Thunderbolt 2 Ethernet
USB-C Adapter
Twelve South HiRise Stand
Hyper++Drive USB-C Hub (from Kick Starter)
Marble DBRAND Skin (Top & Bottom)
Leather Sleeve Case (not official)

Sonnet 350W eGPU Thunderbolt 3 Dock (no gpu)

2 x LG USB-C 4K Monitors (boxed)

This is a very good setup, stick a RX 580 in the eGPU and you’ve got a very powerful environment suitable for VR or Video Editing.

Looking for £2750 for everything.

I would consider selling both monitors separately for £750.

Price and currency: 2750
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: CASH/BT
Location: Warrington
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – MacBook Pro TouchBar (Late 2016), 2 x LG 4K UltraFine, eGPU Dock & Accessories

I’m having a clear out and changing my setup so got a very nice Apple developer/designer setup to sell. I have moved my office into a bigger room and still with my Desktop, XPS15 and this I still don’t have enough room.

MacBook Pro 15” TouchBar (16GB/i7/256GB SSD) – Boxed

Accessories
Thule 15” Bag
Apple Magic Mouse 2
512GB USB-C SSD
Thunderbolt 3 to Thunderbolt 2 Adapter
Thunderbolt 2 Ethernet
USB-C Adapter
Twelve South HiRise Stand
Hyper++Drive USB-C Hub (from Kick Starter)
Marble DBRAND Skin (Top & Bottom)
Leather Sleeve Case (not official)

Sonnet 350W eGPU Thunderbolt 3 Dock (no gpu)

2 x LG USB-C 4K Monitors (boxed)

This is a very good setup, stick a RX 580 in the eGPU and you’ve got a very powerful environment suitable for VR or Video Editing.

Looking for £2750 for everything.

I would consider selling both monitors separately for £750.

Price and currency: 2750
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: CASH/BT
Location: Warrington
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – MacBook Pro TouchBar (Late 2016), 2 x LG 4K UltraFine, eGPU Dock & Accessories

I’m having a clear out and changing my setup so got a very nice Apple developer/designer setup to sell. I have moved my office into a bigger room and still with my Desktop, XPS15 and this I still don’t have enough room.

MacBook Pro 15” TouchBar (16GB/i7/256GB SSD) – Boxed

Accessories
Thule 15” Bag
Apple Magic Mouse 2
512GB USB-C SSD
Thunderbolt 3 to Thunderbolt 2 Adapter
Thunderbolt 2 Ethernet
USB-C Adapter
Twelve South HiRise Stand
Hyper++Drive USB-C Hub (from Kick Starter)
Marble DBRAND Skin (Top & Bottom)
Leather Sleeve Case (not official)

Sonnet 350W eGPU Thunderbolt 3 Dock (no gpu)

2 x LG USB-C 4K Monitors (boxed)

This is a very good setup, stick a RX 580 in the eGPU and you’ve got a very powerful environment suitable for VR or Video Editing.

Looking for £2750 for everything.

I would consider selling both monitors separately for £750.

Price and currency: 2750
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: CASH/BT
Location: Warrington
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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