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For Sale – LG 38” Ultrawide PC/Gaming monitor

For sale is my LG 38” ultrawide computer monitor.

I paid £1200 last December (purchased from Overclockers), here is the full spec – LG 38UC99 38″ 3840×1600 FREESYNC IPS 75Hz WideScreen Super-Wide Curved LED Monitor

I, unfortunately, don’t have a need for it anymore and it’s far too nice to chuck in the garage and be forgotten about on the off chance that I ‘might’ need it again in the future.

It has all the connectors you’d expect, HDMI, DP, USB-C etc

I’m located in Basingstoke, you’re more than welcome to come and have a look, try it out etc. Postage could potentially be arranged but it’s pretty big, open to the idea, however.

The pictures really do it no justice whatsoever, it really is incredible.

I’m asking a very fair £600, considering it’s only a few months old and costs double that new, I think I’m being very fair.

As per the pictures, I used to have lights behind the monitor so I’ll need to remove the sticky residue that they’ve left on the back, no big deal, though.

Any questions please do ask away.

Price and currency: 600
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Bank transfer preferred
Location: Basingstoke, Hampshire
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – LG 38” Ultrawide PC/Gaming monitor

For sale is my LG 38” ultrawide computer monitor.

I paid £1200 last December (purchased from Overclockers), here is the full spec – LG 38UC99 38″ 3840×1600 FREESYNC IPS 75Hz WideScreen Super-Wide Curved LED Monitor

I, unfortunately, don’t have a need for it anymore and it’s far too nice to chuck in the garage and be forgotten about on the off chance that I ‘might’ need it again in the future.

It has all the connectors you’d expect, HDMI, DP, USB-C etc

I’m located in Basingstoke, you’re more than welcome to come and have a look, try it out etc. Postage could potentially be arranged but it’s pretty big, open to the idea, however.

The pictures really do it no justice whatsoever, it really is incredible.

I’m asking a very fair £600, considering it’s only a few months old and costs double that new, I think I’m being very fair.

As per the pictures, I used to have lights behind the monitor so I’ll need to remove the sticky residue that they’ve left on the back, no big deal, though.

Any questions please do ask away.

Price and currency: 600
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Bank transfer preferred
Location: Basingstoke, Hampshire
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – LG 38” Ultrawide PC/Gaming monitor

For sale is my LG 38” ultrawide computer monitor.

I paid £1200 last December (purchased from Overclockers), here is the full spec – LG 38UC99 38″ 3840×1600 FREESYNC IPS 75Hz WideScreen Super-Wide Curved LED Monitor

I, unfortunately, don’t have a need for it anymore and it’s far too nice to chuck in the garage and be forgotten about on the off chance that I ‘might’ need it again in the future.

It has all the connectors you’d expect, HDMI, DP, USB-C etc

I’m located in Basingstoke, you’re more than welcome to come and have a look, try it out etc. Postage could potentially be arranged but it’s pretty big, open to the idea, however.

The pictures really do it no justice whatsoever, it really is incredible.

I’m asking a very fair £600, considering it’s only a few months old and costs double that new, I think I’m being very fair.

As per the pictures, I used to have lights behind the monitor so I’ll need to remove the sticky residue that they’ve left on the back, no big deal, though.

Any questions please do ask away.

Price and currency: 600
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Bank transfer preferred
Location: Basingstoke, Hampshire
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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Zotac 1080ti mini

5 weeks old, boxed as new with invoice from Novatech.

Full disclosure – I paid £630 for this but they are going for £800+ on Ebay at the moment due to apparent shortage.

Payment via BACS please, price includes RMSD.

Price and currency: 700
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BACS
Location: Solihull
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference…

Zotac 1080ti mini

For Sale – Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti reduced to £590

Hi I’ve not registered the card, I have the invoice/proof of order on Amazon.

When you say others have gone for less, do you have any examples? I’d be open to a slight adjustment, but if we’re talking of a price beginning with 4 then I’d probably just keep it and buy a new case and motherboard. It’s just easier for me to replace the GPU as opposed to a new build.

The only reason I want to sell is because the card is really heating up my case, I have an NVME m.2 just above and the temps are crazy with the gpu in place. I’ve removed the GPU and the temps drop by 15 degrees on the m.2 and CPU. I’m not sure why I didn’t bother buying a reference card in the first place.

There’s no coil whine that I’ve noticed and I’m fussy with regards to noise. I’ve actually been impressed by the noise of the fans, they’re really quiet and don’t have an annoying pitch to them. The loudest thing in my case is the PSU, it’s terrible with a really loud fan, it’s why I’ve not bothered with AIO as the pump buzzing drives me crazy, so I’ve used only Noctua fans and there are no screws in place at all, I’ve used the Noctua NA-SAV2 mounts to remove any possible case vibration.

But I’d be happy for any test/benchmark to be carried out and inspection so buyer can be satisfied, e.g loading up a game with the frame rate unlocked.

One thing I would say though is that I game with V-Sync at 60hz, so not sure if there’s coil whine at higher fps, and I’ve not come across any games with the fps unlocked on menu screens etc as pretty much every card will whine when the fps is in the hundreds on a menu screen.

Noise is always open to interpretation as different people have different hearing, ambient noise, different cases, and more importantly tolerance levels. If you’re local you’re more than welcome to test yourself.

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For Sale – Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti reduced to £590

Hi I’ve not registered the card, I have the invoice/proof of order on Amazon.

When you say others have gone for less, do you have any examples? I’d be open to a slight adjustment, but if we’re talking of a price beginning with 4 then I’d probably just keep it and buy a new case and motherboard. It’s just easier for me to replace the GPU as opposed to a new build.

The only reason I want to sell is because the card is really heating up my case, I have an NVME m.2 just above and the temps are crazy with the gpu in place. I’ve removed the GPU and the temps drop by 15 degrees on the m.2 and CPU. I’m not sure why I didn’t bother buying a reference card in the first place.

There’s no coil whine that I’ve noticed and I’m fussy with regards to noise. I’ve actually been impressed by the noise of the fans, they’re really quiet and don’t have an annoying pitch to them. The loudest thing in my case is the PSU, it’s terrible with a really loud fan, it’s why I’ve not bothered with AIO as the pump buzzing drives me crazy, so I’ve used only Noctua fans and there are no screws in place at all, I’ve used the Noctua NA-SAV2 mounts to remove any possible case vibration.

But I’d be happy for any test/benchmark to be carried out and inspection so buyer can be satisfied, e.g loading up a game with the frame rate unlocked.

One thing I would say though is that I game with V-Sync at 60hz, so not sure if there’s coil whine at higher fps, and I’ve not come across any games with the fps unlocked on menu screens etc as pretty much every card will whine when the fps is in the hundreds on a menu screen.

Noise is always open to interpretation as different people have different hearing, ambient noise, different cases, and more importantly tolerance levels. If you’re local you’re more than welcome to test yourself.

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For Sale – Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti reduced to £590

Hi I’ve not registered the card, I have the invoice/proof of order on Amazon.

When you say others have gone for less, do you have any examples? I’d be open to a slight adjustment, but if we’re talking of a price beginning with 4 then I’d probably just keep it and buy a new case and motherboard. It’s just easier for me to replace the GPU as opposed to a new build.

The only reason I want to sell is because the card is really heating up my case, I have an NVME m.2 just above and the temps are crazy with the gpu in place. I’ve removed the GPU and the temps drop by 15 degrees on the m.2 and CPU. I’m not sure why I didn’t bother buying a reference card in the first place.

There’s no coil whine that I’ve noticed and I’m fussy with regards to noise. I’ve actually been impressed by the noise of the fans, they’re really quiet and don’t have an annoying pitch to them. The loudest thing in my case is the PSU, it’s terrible with a really loud fan, it’s why I’ve not bothered with AIO as the pump buzzing drives me crazy, so I’ve used only Noctua fans and there are no screws in place at all, I’ve used the Noctua NA-SAV2 mounts to remove any possible case vibration.

But I’d be happy for any test/benchmark to be carried out and inspection so buyer can be satisfied, e.g loading up a game with the frame rate unlocked.

One thing I would say though is that I game with V-Sync at 60hz, so not sure if there’s coil whine at higher fps, and I’ve not come across any games with the fps unlocked on menu screens etc as pretty much every card will whine when the fps is in the hundreds on a menu screen.

Noise is always open to interpretation as different people have different hearing, ambient noise, different cases, and more importantly tolerance levels. If you’re local you’re more than welcome to test yourself.

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Hacker behind Uber data breach was paid off through bug bounty

The hacker whom Uber reportedly paid off for its 2016 data breach has now been identified as a 20-year-old man from Florida.

The young man, who lives with his mother, was behind the Uber data breach that exposed 57 million user accounts and around 600,000 drivers, according to a Reuters’ exclusive report. The Uber hacker — whose name hasn’t been released — stole the data and then contacted Uber, which referred him to its bug bounty program. Uber then used the bug bounty program to pay the hacker $100,000 to destroy the data.

Uber’s bug bounty program is hosted by HackerOne and usually deals with smaller software bug reports that can earn between $5,000 and $10,000. HackerOne doesn’t manage Uber’s bug bounty program and thus didn’t have a say in the payment, but it does collect financial forms and a nondisclosure agreement (NDA) from those who earn bounties. Uber reportedly used the bug bounty payment to identify the hacker through the financial forms and have him sign the NDA. The ride-hailing company reportedly also performed a forensic analysis of the hacker’s computer to make sure he actually deleted the data he stole.

The data the hacker exfiltrated from the Uber data breach included names, email addresses, mobile phone numbers and driver’s license numbers, which were downloaded from AWS storage using login credentials stolen off of GitHub. The hacker reportedly paid another, unidentified, person to steal the credentials from GitHub.

In a blog post responding to the Uber data breach, the current CEO Dara Khosrowshahi noted that corporate systems and infrastructure were never actually compromised during the Uber data breach.

“At the time of the incident, we took immediate steps to secure the data and shut down further unauthorized access by the individuals,” Khosrowshahi said. “We subsequently identified the individuals and obtained assurances that the downloaded data had been destroyed. We also implemented security measures to restrict access to and strengthen controls on our cloud-based storage accounts.”

According to its sources, Reuters reported that Travis Kalanick, the CEO at the time and founder of the company, was aware of the Uber data breach and the payment made to the hacker through the bug bounty program in November 2016, despite it not being reported until November 2017.

“None of this should have happened, and I will not make excuses for it,” Khosrowshahi said. “While I can’t erase the past, I can commit on behalf of every Uber employee that we will learn from our mistakes. We are changing the way we do business, putting integrity at the core of every decision we make and working hard to earn the trust of our customers.”

In other news

  • The three most used Android integrated development environments (IDEs) are all compromised by easily exploitable vulnerabilities. Check Point security researchers found that IntelliJ IDEA, Eclipse and Android Studio are affected by a vulnerable XML parser. For the attack to work, the user just needs to be tricked into loading a malicious XML manifest file. If that happens, the IDEs will activate files configured by the attacker. The Check Point researchers, Eran Vaknin, Gal Elbaz, Alon Boxiner and Oded Vanunu, were originally looking at possible vulnerabilities in APKTool, Android’s Application Package Tool, which they found also has the XML External Entity vulnerabilities. “Realizing the enormity of this vulnerability to the Android developer and researcher community, we extended our research to the vulnerable XML parser called ‘DocumentBuilderFactory’, which is being used in APKTool project,” the research team said in a blog post. The team also said that they reached out to the affected vendors, which all fixed the issue and released updates, so users of the vulnerable products should update immediately.
  • Researchers from Citizen Lab have found that Ethiopian dissidents around the world were targeted with emails containing spyware produced by an Israel-based cybersecurity company. The malware campaign was reportedly run by the Ethiopian government from 2016 until the present and targeted one of the Citizen Lab researchers, Bill Marczak, during his investigation into the spyware. “In the attacks we document, targets receive via email a link to a malicious website impersonating an online video portal,” the researchers explain in their report. “When a target clicks on the link, they are invited to download and install an Adobe Flash update (containing spyware) before viewing the video. In some cases, targets are instead prompted to install a fictitious app called ‘Adobe PdfWriter’ in order to view a PDF file.” The research team was then able to trace the spyware and found that it was commercial, created by an Israel-based company. “This report is the latest in a growing body of work that shows the wide abuse of nation-state spyware by authoritarian leaders to covertly surveil and invisibly sabotage entities they deem political threats,” the researchers said.
  • Google released 47 patches for Nexus and Pixel devices in this month’s Android Security Bulletin. Of the 47, 10 of the patches were for critical vulnerabilities. “The most severe of these issues is a critical security vulnerability in Media framework that could enable a remote attacker using a specially crafted file to execute arbitrary code within the context of a privileged process,” the Bulletin said. Four of the other critical vulnerabilities were also in the Media framework and one critical vulnerability in the system could enable a remote code execution attack. Three of the critical vulnerabilities were in Qualcomm components and are also all remote code execution flaws, though some of them had already been publicly disclosed. Other affected components are MediaTek and Nvidia.

For Trade – Macbook pro 13 512ssd (2017) for mbpr 15 2017 version

Long shot but worth a punt. I could add money to deal. Paid 2k for it 5 weeks ago

Price and currency: £1500
Delivery:
Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Bt
Location: liverpool
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Trade – Macbook pro 13 512ssd (2017) for mbpr 15 2017 version

Long shot but worth a punt. I could add money to deal. Paid 2k for it 5 weeks ago

Price and currency: £1500
Delivery:
Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Bt
Location: liverpool
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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