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For Sale – Parts Clear Out (Motherboards, Memory, CPUs, GPUs and Case) ***PRICE DROPS***

Due to a recent upgrade, and the need to clear some space in the garage, I’ve got the following up for sale.

Motherboards:
MSI Z87 GD65 Used £65.00
MSI Z170I ITX Used £95.00

DDR3:
8GB Corsair Vengeance Pro – 2133Mhz (2x4GB) Used £35.00
16GB HyperX Savage Red – 2400Mhz (2x8GB) Used £50.00 SOLD to scott178

DDR4:
16GB Corsair Low Profile Black – 2400Mhz (2x8GB) Used £45.00

Intel Processors:
LGA 1150 – Intel Core i5-4670K Used £65.00
LGA 1151 – Intel Core i5-6600 Used £105.00

AMD Graphics Cards:
XFX AMD R9 390 – 8GB Used £75.00

Nvidia Graphics Cards:
MSI – GTX 660Ti 2GB Used £45.00
MSI – GTX 570 2GB Used £35.00

Mice:
Razer Mamba 2016 Wireless Used £35.00

Cases:
Phanteks Evolve ITX Used £40.00

Coolers:
Corsair H50 Used £40.00
Corsair H80i Used £50.00

Most items will be boxed in their original retail or OEM packaging.

I will updating this thread as I discover anything else that I no longer require.

Open to offers.

Price and currency: £845
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: BT/PPG
Location: Oxford
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – Parts Clear Out (Motherboards, Memory, CPUs, GPUs and Case) ***PRICE DROPS***

Due to a recent upgrade, and the need to clear some space in the garage, I’ve got the following up for sale.

Motherboards:
MSI Z87 GD65 Used £65.00
MSI Z170I ITX Used £95.00

DDR3:
8GB Corsair Vengeance Pro – 2133Mhz (2x4GB) Used £35.00
16GB HyperX Savage Red – 2400Mhz (2x8GB) Used £50.00 SOLD to scott178

DDR4:
16GB Corsair Low Profile Black – 2400Mhz (2x8GB) Used £45.00

Intel Processors:
LGA 1150 – Intel Core i5-4670K Used £65.00
LGA 1151 – Intel Core i5-6600 Used £105.00

AMD Graphics Cards:
XFX AMD R9 390 – 8GB Used £75.00

Nvidia Graphics Cards:
MSI – GTX 660Ti 2GB Used £45.00
MSI – GTX 570 2GB Used £35.00

Mice:
Razer Mamba 2016 Wireless Used £35.00

Cases:
Phanteks Evolve ITX Used £40.00

Coolers:
Corsair H50 Used £40.00
Corsair H80i Used £50.00

Most items will be boxed in their original retail or OEM packaging.

I will updating this thread as I discover anything else that I no longer require.

Open to offers.

Price and currency: £845
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: BT/PPG
Location: Oxford
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – Parts Clear Out (Motherboards, Memory, CPUs, GPUs and Case) ***PRICE DROPS***

Due to a recent upgrade, and the need to clear some space in the garage, I’ve got the following up for sale.

Motherboards:
MSI Z87 GD65 Used £65.00
MSI Z170I ITX Used £95.00

DDR3:
8GB Corsair Vengeance Pro – 2133Mhz (2x4GB) Used £35.00
16GB HyperX Savage Red – 2400Mhz (2x8GB) Used £50.00 SOLD to scott178

DDR4:
16GB Corsair Low Profile Black – 2400Mhz (2x8GB) Used £45.00

Intel Processors:
LGA 1150 – Intel Core i5-4670K Used £65.00
LGA 1151 – Intel Core i5-6600 Used £105.00

AMD Graphics Cards:
XFX AMD R9 390 – 8GB Used £75.00

Nvidia Graphics Cards:
MSI – GTX 660Ti 2GB Used £45.00
MSI – GTX 570 2GB Used £35.00

Mice:
Razer Mamba 2016 Wireless Used £35.00

Cases:
Phanteks Evolve ITX Used £40.00

Coolers:
Corsair H50 Used £40.00
Corsair H80i Used £50.00

Most items will be boxed in their original retail or OEM packaging.

I will updating this thread as I discover anything else that I no longer require.

Open to offers.

Price and currency: £845
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: BT/PPG
Location: Oxford
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – Parts Clear Out (Motherboards, Memory, CPUs, GPUs and Case) ***PRICE DROPS***

Due to a recent upgrade, and the need to clear some space in the garage, I’ve got the following up for sale.

Motherboards:
MSI Z87 GD65 Used £65.00
MSI Z170I ITX Used £95.00

DDR3:
8GB Corsair Vengeance Pro – 2133Mhz (2x4GB) Used £35.00
16GB HyperX Savage Red – 2400Mhz (2x8GB) Used £50.00 SOLD to scott178

DDR4:
16GB Corsair Low Profile Black – 2400Mhz (2x8GB) Used £45.00

Intel Processors:
LGA 1150 – Intel Core i5-4670K Used £65.00
LGA 1151 – Intel Core i5-6600 Used £105.00

AMD Graphics Cards:
XFX AMD R9 390 – 8GB Used £75.00

Nvidia Graphics Cards:
MSI – GTX 660Ti 2GB Used £45.00
MSI – GTX 570 2GB Used £35.00

Mice:
Razer Mamba 2016 Wireless Used £35.00

Cases:
Phanteks Evolve ITX Used £40.00

Coolers:
Corsair H50 Used £40.00
Corsair H80i Used £50.00

Most items will be boxed in their original retail or OEM packaging.

I will updating this thread as I discover anything else that I no longer require.

Open to offers.

Price and currency: £845
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: BT/PPG
Location: Oxford
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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  • Valid e-mail address

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For Sale – Parts Clear Out (Motherboards, Memory, CPUs, GPUs and Case) ***PRICE DROPS***

Due to a recent upgrade, and the need to clear some space in the garage, I’ve got the following up for sale.

Motherboards:
MSI Z87 GD65 Used £65.00
MSI Z170I ITX Used £95.00

DDR3:
8GB Corsair Vengeance Pro – 2133Mhz (2x4GB) Used £35.00
16GB HyperX Savage Red – 2400Mhz (2x8GB) Used £50.00 SOLD to scott178

DDR4:
16GB Corsair Low Profile Black – 2400Mhz (2x8GB) Used £45.00 SOLD to beefybarn

Intel Processors:
LGA 1150 – Intel Core i5-4670K Used £65.00
LGA 1151 – Intel Core i5-6600 Used £105.00 SOLD to beefybarn

AMD Graphics Cards:
XFX AMD R9 390 – 8GB Used £75.00

Nvidia Graphics Cards:
MSI – GTX 660Ti 2GB Used £45.00
MSI – GTX 570 2GB Used £35.00

Mice:
Razer Mamba 2016 Wireless Used £35.00

Cases:
Phanteks Evolve ITX Used £40.00

Coolers:
Corsair H50 Used £40.00
Corsair H80i Used £50.00

Most items will be boxed in their original retail or OEM packaging.

I will updating this thread as I discover anything else that I no longer require.

Open to offers.

Price and currency: £845
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: BT/PPG
Location: Oxford
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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  • Name and address including postcode
  • Valid e-mail address

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For Sale – Retina Macbook Pro 13 inch Late 2013

Hello I have the following Macbook Pro for sale-

Macbook Pro (Retina, 13 inch, Late 2013)
2.4ghz Intel Core i5
8GB memory
intel Iris 1536 MB graphics
256GB SSD

The laptop itself is in excellent condition and still runs perfectly. The screen is in very good condition. There is a tiny dead pixel on the screen, but it is so small that I couldnt get it to display on a photo. The top of the laptop is in very good condition. The bottom of the laptop is not in good condition, and it has a number of large scratches, this is only cosmetic though, and as stated above it runs perfectly.

I am looking for £320 delivered. I am also open to sensible offers.

Price and currency: £320
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Bank transfer
Location: London.
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Retina Macbook Pro 13 inch Late 2013

Hello I have the following Macbook Pro for sale-

Macbook Pro (Retina, 13 inch, Late 2013)
2.4ghz Intel Core i5
8GB memory
intel Iris 1536 MB graphics
256GB SSD

The laptop itself is in excellent condition and still runs perfectly. The screen is in very good condition. There is a tiny dead pixel on the screen, but it is so small that I couldnt get it to display on a photo. The top of the laptop is in very good condition. The bottom of the laptop is not in good condition, and it has a number of large scratches, this is only cosmetic though, and as stated above it runs perfectly.

I am looking for £320 delivered. I am also open to sensible offers.

Price and currency: £320
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Bank transfer
Location: London.
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Alienware Aurora R7 & Alienware AW2518H monitor

I’m selling an Alienware Aurora R7 PC with the following spec:

– Intel Hexa Core i7 8700 (8th gen)
– NVIDIA GTX 1080
– 32GB Optane Memory & 2TB HDD
– 16GB RAM

It comes with an Alienware AW2518H 24.5 inch NVIDIA G-Sync monitor.

Both items are in immaculate condition, but unboxed. PC was purchased from John Lewis and the monitor from Amazon. I’m happy to email both receipts (purchased November 2018). I’ll also throw in my Corsair keyboard and Logitech G900 mouse too.

Looking for £1200 for the lot. Reason for sale is that my work has changed a bit recently and have other uses for the money.

Given the size of the items, I’ll only accept collection/delivery in person. Happy to drive within 100 odd miles of Glasgow where I live.

Price and currency: 1200
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: Bank transfer
Location: Glasgow
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – Alienware Aurora R7 & Alienware AW2518H monitor

I’m selling an Alienware Aurora R7 PC with the following spec:

– Intel Hexa Core i7 8700 (8th gen)
– NVIDIA GTX 1080
– 32GB Optane Memory & 2TB HDD
– 16GB RAM

It comes with an Alienware AW2518H 24.5 inch NVIDIA G-Sync monitor.

Both items are in immaculate condition, but unboxed. PC was purchased from John Lewis and the monitor from Amazon. I’m happy to email both receipts (purchased November 2018). I’ll also throw in my Corsair keyboard and Logitech G900 mouse too.

Looking for £1200 for the lot. Reason for sale is that my work has changed a bit recently and have other uses for the money.

Given the size of the items, I’ll only accept collection/delivery in person. Happy to drive within 100 odd miles of Glasgow where I live.

Price and currency: 1200
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: Bank transfer
Location: Glasgow
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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Citrix breach blamed on poor password security

Following an investigation lasting nearly five months, Citrix revealed cybercriminals did not access any customer data but did steal business documents.

According to Citrix president and CEO, David Henshall, malicious actors accessed the company’s internal network via a password spraying attack that exploited weak passwords. Henshall asserted that the Citrix breach did not involve the exploitation of any vulnerabilities and did not impact the security of “any Citrix product or customer cloud service.”

“Once in our network, the cyber criminals intermittently accessed and, over a limited number of days between October 13, 2018, and March 8, 2019, principally stole business documents and files from a company shared network drive that has been used to store current and historical business documents, as well as a drive associated with a web-based tool used in our consulting practice,” Henshall wrote in a blog post. “The cyber criminals also may have accessed the individual virtual drives and company email accounts of a very limited number of compromised users and launched without further exploitation a limited number of internal applications.”

The FBI originally notified Citrix on March 6 that malicious actors may have accessed to company systems, meaning it took just two days for access to be shut down to the attackers.

Jake Williams, founder and president of Rendition Infosec in Augusta, Ga., said for an intrusion as significant as the Citrix breach, “the speed of the response is very unusual.”

“Honestly, I’m surprised they did it that quickly. I would have expected it would take longer,” Williams told SearchSecurity. “It’s very important that you identify all access methods the attackers are using before tipping your hand with the response.”

Usman Rahim, digital security and operations manager at The Media Trust, said it was “concerning” that attackers had access to Citrix systems for five months before the FBI alerted the company.

Time is very sensitive in attacks like these, and in this case, the attackers had plenty,” Rahim told SearchSecurity. “We expect better security measures from tech companies like Citrix around their assets and infrastructure. However, the information Citrix provided paints a picture of adequate security that allowed attackers access to their systems.”

In light of the findings of the Citrix breach investigation, Henshall said the company has “taken significant actions to safeguard our systems and improve protocols,” including deploying FireEye’s endpoint security technology.

“We performed a global password reset, improved our internal password management, and strengthened password protocols,” Henshall wrote. “Further, we improved our logging at the firewall, increased our data exfiltration monitoring capabilities, and eliminated internal access to non-essential web-based services along with disabling non-essential data transfer pathways.”

It is unclear if these improvements include implementing two-factor authentication (2FA); Citrix declined to provide comments beyond what was in the public disclosure.

Williams noted that stronger passwords should help mitigate password spraying attacks.

“Password spraying is always successful if you don’t have lockout policies, which unfortunately impact the user experience significantly. It’s not an easy thing to shut down,” Williams said. “Most orgs don’t use 2FA internally because it absolutely impacts productivity. If it didn’t have a business cost, everyone would use it for everything.”

Richard Ford, CTO at threat intelligence vendor Cyren LLC, said he is shocked when corporate accounts don’t use 2FA.

“With the adoption of mobile phones, companies such as Duo or RSA provide an easy way to supply a ‘soft’ second factor that significantly complicates life for the attacker,” Ford wrote via email. “I keep hoping that this is the year we move away from simple username/password combinations, but adoption remains slow. It’s something that we, as an industry, just need to embrace.”

Rahim added that “basic multi-factor authentication could have prevented” the Citrix breach.

“They have not mentioned some of the measures they are planning to do, but MFA, password expiration, password hardening and policies for system access should be the starting points,” Rahim said. “Companies need to think about these measures before the damage is done.”

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