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For Sale – Huawei Matebook X Pro – i7, 512GB, MX150 W/Warranty Apr2020

Hi guys

I’ve decided to let this go, I’ve not got much use out of it since purchasing new – I’m also considering embarking on building a gaming desktop PC, so this will help with funding that. I have experienced no issues with the device.

Once received I immediately installed a ‘dbrand’ Matte Black skin to the Top, Bottom and TrackPad
(This can easily be removed should you wish to, but why would you…). This has therefore kept the device immaculate and free from any scratches.

This will also come with a ‘MagSafe’ style USB C Charging cable and Port adapter which is similar to Apple’s innovation; This protects the device from any damage as demonstrated in the video –

Warranty: Valid with Huawei until 05Apr2020

This comes boxed with all accessories:
– USB Type C Port (HDMI, USB A and USB Type C ports)
– USB Type C Charging Cable (3m I believe?!)
– Charging Adapter
Extras:
1x MagSafe style USB Type C Cable and Adapter

This is the top spec model which includes:
CPU: Intel core i7 8550U
GPU: Nvidia MX150 + Intel UHD 620
RAM: 8GB
SSD: 512GB
Screen: 3000 x 2000 touch screen

Postage: This will be shipped by a next day delivery option or please feel free to inspect and collect.

Note: this is already advertised elsewhere

If you require any further pics or anything drop a message

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Wanted – Looking for a laptop for as cheap as possible, must have 16gb ram. (To play football manger 2020)

Why do you need so much ram for football manager? If of any interest i have a toshiba z40 ultrabook, specs are
* Intel Core i5-4210 Processor up to 2.7Ghz
* 12GB DDR3 RAM
* 128GB Original Toshiba SSD Drive
* Windows 7 Professional 64Bit(upgraded to windows 10)
* Built-In Bluetooth
* HDMI Port
* VGA Port
* 3x USB 3.0 Ports
* 3.5mm Headphone jack
* Ethernet Port
* SD Card Reader
* Original Toshiba Battery and charger
Not sure if its enough to run FM2020?

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For Sale – Intel i7 8700 – nVidia GTX1070 – Gaming PC

Switched over the Mac and no longer play much PC games. So I have decided to sell my NZXT gaming PC base unit only.
No monitor/keyboard or mouse, just the mid tower.

NZXT 280mm Kraken X62 RGB All In One CPU Water Cooler
Intel Core i7 8700 Socket 1151 Coffee Lake
MSI Z370 TOMAHAWK Motherboard
250GB Samsung 860 Evo SSD (boot drive)
NZXT H500i Mid Tower Case in white
16GB Corsair RGB Pro DDR4 2666Mhz RAM 2x8GB
8GB EVGA nVidia GTX1070SC (Super Clocked) GPU
Corsair RMx 750 PSU White Series
2TB…

Intel i7 8700 – nVidia GTX1070 – Gaming PC

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For Sale – Intel i7 8700 – nVidia GTX1070 – Gaming PC

Switched over the Mac and no longer play much PC games. So I have decided to sell my NZXT gaming PC base unit only.
No monitor/keyboard or mouse, just the mid tower.

NZXT 280mm Kraken X62 RGB All In One CPU Water Cooler
Intel Core i7 8700 Socket 1151 Coffee Lake
MSI Z370 TOMAHAWK Motherboard
250GB Samsung 860 Evo SSD (boot drive)
NZXT H500i Mid Tower Case in white
16GB Corsair RGB Pro DDR4 2666Mhz RAM 2x8GB
8GB EVGA nVidia GTX1070SC (Super Clocked) GPU
Corsair RMx 750 PSU White Series
2TB…

Intel i7 8700 – nVidia GTX1070 – Gaming PC

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Wanted – Looking for a laptop for as cheap as possible, must have 16gb ram. (To play football manger 2020)

Why do you need so much ram for football manager? If of any interest i have a toshiba z40 ultrabook, specs are
* Intel Core i5-4210 Processor up to 2.7Ghz
* 12GB DDR3 RAM
* 128GB Original Toshiba SSD Drive
* Windows 7 Professional 64Bit(upgraded to windows 10)
* Built-In Bluetooth
* HDMI Port
* VGA Port
* 3x USB 3.0 Ports
* 3.5mm Headphone jack
* Ethernet Port
* SD Card Reader
* Original Toshiba Battery and charger
Not sure if its enough to run FM2020?

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Wanted – DDR4 , Cheap SSD , possibly RGB fans or case

¿ If it’s ok with welshpcman could I show interest in the case blackmesa, how much delivered please ?
Thanks
Glen

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DevSecOps veterans share security strategy, lessons learned

SEATTLE — DevSecOps strategy is as much an art as a science, but experienced practitioners have a few pointers about how to approach it, including what not to do.

The first task DevSecOps newcomers should undertake, according to Julien Vehent, security engineer at web software firm Mozilla, is to design an effective IT security team structure. In his view, the ideal is an org chart that embeds security engineers with DevOps teams but has them report to a centralized security department. This structure helps to balance their impact on day-to-day operations with maintaining a cohesive set of broad goals for the organization.

This embedding can and should go both ways, Vehent added — security champions from DevOps teams should also have access to the central security organization to inform their work.

“Sys admins are great at security,” he said in a presentation here at DevSecCon this week. “Talk to people who do red teaming in their organization, and half the time they get caught by the sys admins.”

Once DevOps and IT security teams are aligned, the most important groundwork for improved DevOps security is to gather accurate data on IT assets and the IT environment, and give IT teams access to relevant data in context, practitioners said.

“What you really want from [DevSecOps] models is to avoid making assumptions and to test those assumptions, because assumptions lead to vulnerability,” Vehent said, recalling an incident at Mozilla where an assumption about SSL certificate expiration data brought down Mozilla’s add-ons service at launch.

Since then, Vehent’s mantra has been, “Avoid assumptions, trust the data.”

Effective DevSecOps tools help make data-driven decisions

Assumptions lead to vulnerability. Avoid assumptions, trust the data.
Julien VehentSecurity engineer, Mozilla

Once a strategy is in place, it’s time to evaluate tools for security automation and visibility. Context is key in security monitoring, said Erkang Zheng, chief information security officer at LifeOmic Security, a healthcare software company, which also markets its internally developed security visibility tools as JupiterOne.

“Attackers think in graphs, defenders think in lists, and that’s how attackers win,” Zheng said during a presentation here. “Stop thinking in lists and tables, and start thinking in entities and relationships.”

For example, it’s not enough to know how many AWS Elastic Cloud Compute instances an organization has, but to understand their context by analyzing multiple factors, such as which ones are exposed to the internet, both directly and through cross-account access methods.

IT pros can configure such security visibility graphs with APIs and graphing databases, or use prepackaged tools. There are also open source tools available to help developers assess the security of their own applications, such as Mozilla’s Observatory.

LifeOmic also takes a code-driven, systematized approach to DevOps security documentation, Zheng said. Team members create “microdocuments,” similar to microservices, and check them into GitHub as version-controlled JSON and YAML files.

Another speaker urged IT pros new to DevSecOps to take a templatized approach to IT training documentation for cybersecurity that explains, in jargon-free language, the reasons for best practices, and give specific examples of how developers often want to do things, versus how they should do things to ensure application security.

“The important thing is to make the secure way the easy way to do things for developers,” said Morgan Roman, application penetration tester at electronic signature software maker DocuSign. “Find bad patterns, and make the safer way to do things the default.”

DevSecOps how tos — and how NOT to dos

Strategic planning and assessments are important, but certain lessons about DevOps security can only be learned through experience. A panel of cybersecurity practitioners from blue-chip software companies shared their lessons learned, along with tips to help attendees avoid learning the hard way.

Attackers think in graphs, defenders think in lists, and that’s how attackers win.
Erkang ZhengChief information security officer, LifeOmic Security

Multiple panelists said they struggled to get effective results from code analysis tools and spent time setting up software that returned very little value or, worse, created false-positive security alerts.

“We tried to do things like, ‘Hey, let’s make sure that we aren’t just checking in secrets to the code repository,'” said Hongyi Hu, security engineer at SaaS file-sharing firm Dropbox, based in San Francisco. “It turns out that there’s not really a standardized way of doing these things. … You can find things that look like secrets, but secrets don’t always look like secrets — a really weak secret might not be captured by a tool.”

Ultimately, no tool can replace effective communication within DevOps teams to improve IT security, panelists said. It sounds like a truism, but it represents a major shift in the way cybersecurity teams work, from being naysayers to acting as a consulting resource to apps teams. Often, a light-handed approach is best.

“The most effective strategy we got to with threat modeling was throwing away any heavyweight process we had,” said Zane Lackey, co-founder and CSO at WAF vendor Signal Sciences in Los Angeles. “As product teams were developing new features, someone from the security team would just sit in the back of their meeting and ask them, ‘How would you attack this?’ and then shut up.”

It takes time to gain DevOps teams’ trust after years of adversarial relationships with security teams, panelists said, but when all else fails, security pros can catch more flies with honey — or candy.

“We put out bowls of candy in the security team’s area and it encouraged people to come and ask them questions,” Lackey said. “It was actually wildly successful.”

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For Sale – MSI B450 Gaming Plus // 3570k, z77, 16gb ram, CPU cooler

Edited to add the MSI b450 Gaming Plus. This board is pretty much brand new with lots of warranty from ebuyer. Bought brand new from eBay a couple of weeks back. Selling because I stupidly bought the full ATX size rather than micro! Electronic receipt can be sent so you’ve got almost the full warranty

I put the processor and ram in before realising but it’s obviously never even been powered on. The board is compatible with Ryzen2 (3000 series) with a bios update. The update can be applied using a usb stick without having to have an older processor in.

£65 for the board + delivery

The original items are still for sale too

CPU: i5 3570k, never been overclocked as I didn’t get round to it
CPU cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO
Motherboard: ASRock Z77 Pro4-M
RAM: Crucial 16GB (2x8GB) DDR3-1600

I really don’t want to split, and I’m not sure how I’d package up the CPU and its cooler for postage.

Motherboard comes with its original box.

Perfect bundle for someone wanting to make a good 1080p gaming system.

I’ve said collection only but I can drop it off within about 50 miles too.

Photos will be available after the weekend when I’ve swapped it out for my new stuff

Price and currency: 150
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: Bank transfer or cash
Location: Whitley Bay
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – Samsung CFG73 24″ 144hz Freesync, Hynix 32gb ECC, H110m, Quadro 4000, Bluray ODD

– Samsung CFG73 24 inch 144hz in new condition.

Specs is in the picture. VA panel is much better than Tn panel, pretty much the same as IPS panel with much cheaper price.

The monitor has Freesync function, and can be adjust height very flexible.

Monitor is in new condition as pic.

RRP is £260, my price is £200, my lost is your gain

– Hynix Original 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4-2133 PC4-17000 ECC REG 288PIN 2Rx4 CL15 1.2v: £110

– GA-H110M-S2HP motherboard 1150: £20

– Nvidia Quadro 4000: £50

– Custom loop setup: 50mm x 240mm Reservoir, Alphacool VPP655 – OT12 Pump, Phobya G-Changer 360 V.2 Radiator, Swiftech Apogee XT Rev.2 CPU Water Block

All Fitting and Tube as pic, you have 5m soft tube if needed: £60

ODD: £60 for the lots

Collect in Plaistow, London or might post by expense

Thank you

Price and currency: Various
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: PPG, BT, Cash on collection
Location: London
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Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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