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For Sale – Corsair HX650 Gold Rated Hybrid Modular PSU – BeQuiet CPU Cooler

Having a change around with my PC, so selling items below…

Still in my pc, but hoping to remove tomorrow…..
Corsair HX 650, Gold Rated, Hybrid Modular Power Supply, with all cables inc power cord, excellent condition. £45 inc del

CPU Cooler….
BeQuiet Top Flow CPU cooler, in good condition with Intel 115x series mounting kit, was keeping a 3570K @ 4.2GHz nice and cool…….it’s a big beast!
£25 inc delivery

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More items and pic’s to come

SOLD…

2 x 64Gb Samsung 830 6Gb/s 2.5″ SSD’s, 100% health £25 each inc post SOLD GeorgeStorm.

Crucial MX100 256Gb 2.5″ SSD 95% health, no faults £50 inc del SOLD ndwall

Gigabyte Windforce OC GTX 780ti 3Gb graphics card, I am the 2nd owner, and it was bought new by the previous owner on May 3rd 2014 from Overclockers (receipt included). Works perfectly and comes with original box (a bit torn), disc and molex to PCI-e power adapter. I can also include an Alphacool Stainless Steel backplate if wanted, but the backplate is designed to bolt through the card to an Alphacool water block. I only bought the backplate, as i don’t use loop cooling. So it is sat on the plastic spacers and held in place in a couple of non visible spots by non-conductive “hot glue” would need to be re-fixed once delivered.
£110 inc RMSD SOLD ndwall

Asus Prime B250M-Plus motherboard, boxed with i/o shield and receipt from Scan 31-08-17
Intel Kabylake Core i3 7100 cpu, dual core with 4 threads @ 3.9 GHz with receipt from Scan 31-08-17
2 x 4Gb Crucial 2133MHz DDR4, these are plain sticks without heat-sink’s
£140 inc delivery SOLD GingerRocky

Jamie.

Price and currency: £ various
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: PPG / BT / Cash
Location: Brandon / Suffolk / UK / IP27
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Corsair HX650 Gold Rated Hybrid Modular PSU – BeQuiet CPU Cooler

Having a change around with my PC, so selling items below…

Still in my pc, but hoping to remove tomorrow…..
Corsair HX 650, Gold Rated, Hybrid Modular Power Supply, with all cables inc power cord, excellent condition. £45 inc del

CPU Cooler….
BeQuiet Top Flow CPU cooler, in good condition with Intel 115x series mounting kit, was keeping a 3570K @ 4.2GHz nice and cool…….it’s a big beast!
£25 inc delivery

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More items and pic’s to come

SOLD…

2 x 64Gb Samsung 830 6Gb/s 2.5″ SSD’s, 100% health £25 each inc post SOLD GeorgeStorm.

Crucial MX100 256Gb 2.5″ SSD 95% health, no faults £50 inc del SOLD ndwall

Gigabyte Windforce OC GTX 780ti 3Gb graphics card, I am the 2nd owner, and it was bought new by the previous owner on May 3rd 2014 from Overclockers (receipt included). Works perfectly and comes with original box (a bit torn), disc and molex to PCI-e power adapter. I can also include an Alphacool Stainless Steel backplate if wanted, but the backplate is designed to bolt through the card to an Alphacool water block. I only bought the backplate, as i don’t use loop cooling. So it is sat on the plastic spacers and held in place in a couple of non visible spots by non-conductive “hot glue” would need to be re-fixed once delivered.
£110 inc RMSD SOLD ndwall

Asus Prime B250M-Plus motherboard, boxed with i/o shield and receipt from Scan 31-08-17
Intel Kabylake Core i3 7100 cpu, dual core with 4 threads @ 3.9 GHz with receipt from Scan 31-08-17
2 x 4Gb Crucial 2133MHz DDR4, these are plain sticks without heat-sink’s
£140 inc delivery SOLD GingerRocky

Jamie.

Price and currency: £ various
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: PPG / BT / Cash
Location: Brandon / Suffolk / UK / IP27
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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DO NOT proceed with a deal until you are completely satisfied with all details being correct. It’s in your best interest to check out these details yourself.

For Sale – Corsair HX650 Gold Rated Hybrid Modular PSU – BeQuiet CPU Cooler

Having a change around with my PC, so selling items below…

Still in my pc, but hoping to remove tomorrow…..
Corsair HX 650, Gold Rated, Hybrid Modular Power Supply, with all cables inc power cord, excellent condition. £45 inc del

CPU Cooler….
BeQuiet Top Flow CPU cooler, in good condition with Intel 115x series mounting kit, was keeping a 3570K @ 4.2GHz nice and cool…….it’s a big beast!
£25 inc delivery

[​IMG]

[​IMG]

[​IMG]

More items and pic’s to come

SOLD…

2 x 64Gb Samsung 830 6Gb/s 2.5″ SSD’s, 100% health £25 each inc post SOLD GeorgeStorm.

Crucial MX100 256Gb 2.5″ SSD 95% health, no faults £50 inc del SOLD ndwall

Gigabyte Windforce OC GTX 780ti 3Gb graphics card, I am the 2nd owner, and it was bought new by the previous owner on May 3rd 2014 from Overclockers (receipt included). Works perfectly and comes with original box (a bit torn), disc and molex to PCI-e power adapter. I can also include an Alphacool Stainless Steel backplate if wanted, but the backplate is designed to bolt through the card to an Alphacool water block. I only bought the backplate, as i don’t use loop cooling. So it is sat on the plastic spacers and held in place in a couple of non visible spots by non-conductive “hot glue” would need to be re-fixed once delivered.
£110 inc RMSD SOLD ndwall

Asus Prime B250M-Plus motherboard, boxed with i/o shield and receipt from Scan 31-08-17
Intel Kabylake Core i3 7100 cpu, dual core with 4 threads @ 3.9 GHz with receipt from Scan 31-08-17
2 x 4Gb Crucial 2133MHz DDR4, these are plain sticks without heat-sink’s
£140 inc delivery SOLD GingerRocky

Jamie.

Price and currency: £ various
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: PPG / BT / Cash
Location: Brandon / Suffolk / UK / IP27
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

______________________________________________________
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DO NOT proceed with a deal until you are completely satisfied with all details being correct. It’s in your best interest to check out these details yourself.

For Sale – Corsair HX650 Gold Rated Hybrid Modular PSU – BeQuiet CPU Cooler

Having a change around with my PC, so selling items below…

Still in my pc, but hoping to remove tomorrow…..
Corsair HX 650, Gold Rated, Hybrid Modular Power Supply, with all cables inc power cord, excellent condition. £45 inc del

CPU Cooler….
BeQuiet Top Flow CPU cooler, in good condition with Intel 115x series mounting kit, was keeping a 3570K @ 4.2GHz nice and cool…….it’s a big beast!
£25 inc delivery

[​IMG]

[​IMG]

[​IMG]

More items and pic’s to come

SOLD…

2 x 64Gb Samsung 830 6Gb/s 2.5″ SSD’s, 100% health £25 each inc post SOLD GeorgeStorm.

Crucial MX100 256Gb 2.5″ SSD 95% health, no faults £50 inc del SOLD ndwall

Gigabyte Windforce OC GTX 780ti 3Gb graphics card, I am the 2nd owner, and it was bought new by the previous owner on May 3rd 2014 from Overclockers (receipt included). Works perfectly and comes with original box (a bit torn), disc and molex to PCI-e power adapter. I can also include an Alphacool Stainless Steel backplate if wanted, but the backplate is designed to bolt through the card to an Alphacool water block. I only bought the backplate, as i don’t use loop cooling. So it is sat on the plastic spacers and held in place in a couple of non visible spots by non-conductive “hot glue” would need to be re-fixed once delivered.
£110 inc RMSD SOLD ndwall

Asus Prime B250M-Plus motherboard, boxed with i/o shield and receipt from Scan 31-08-17
Intel Kabylake Core i3 7100 cpu, dual core with 4 threads @ 3.9 GHz with receipt from Scan 31-08-17
2 x 4Gb Crucial 2133MHz DDR4, these are plain sticks without heat-sink’s
£140 inc delivery SOLD GingerRocky

Jamie.

Price and currency: £ various
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: PPG / BT / Cash
Location: Brandon / Suffolk / UK / IP27
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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  • Landline telephone number. Make a call to check out the area code and number are correct, too
  • Name and address including postcode
  • Valid e-mail address

DO NOT proceed with a deal until you are completely satisfied with all details being correct. It’s in your best interest to check out these details yourself.

New Cisco managed services seek to ease IT talent shortage

Cisco has introduced managed services that remove mundane networking tasks from engineers’ to-do list, freeing up time to work on projects to streamline and advance business operations.

Cisco unveiled this week Business Critical and High-Value Services the company said would let customers make better use of network managers’ time. The Cisco managed services are expected to help the vendor reach its goal of boosting software and services revenue to half of overall sales by 2020.

To entice companies, Cisco is marketing the services as a way to address the shortage in IT talent by making more efficient use of networking staff. In a Cisco-sponsored white paper, IDC found 69% of more than a 1,000 IT leaders surveyed worked in organizations lacking sufficient expertise to digitize business processes.

The latest Cisco managed services attack the problem by taking over routine networking tasks that take up roughly a quarter of engineers’ time. Similar services are also available through other vendors, including Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Huawei and Juniper Networks.

“I wouldn’t say the features and functionality are new [in the market],” IDC analyst Leslie Rosenberg said of the latest services. “It’s more of an evolution of their existing offers.”

Cisco Business Critical Services

With Business Critical Services, Cisco is offering to remotely handle, for example, chores related to deploying new networking hardware. The tasks would include configuring the devices and applying already-defined policies.

The use of third parties to automate routine jobs is a trend Rosenberg sees in the overall services market. “In my opinion, it’s going to begin to change the way enterprise customers consume and drive value from services,” she said. “Anything that you’re doing twice manually, you should be automating.”

New Cisco managed services also include the collection of telemetry data from customers’ networks and using it to advise them on corrective actions to prevent potential problems. Cisco can also use the collected data to inform customers on how to keep the network running at its peak performance level.

Cisco High-Value Services

Cisco’s High-Value Services is an additional support option. Under the service, Cisco, or one of its partner, will install a new product and make sure all licensed features are turned on and running. Cisco would still offer more advanced services for more complex deployments that require, for example, integration with third-party software or hardware.

“If [companies] just want to get it up and running faster and right the first time, then they have the opportunity to buy the service from Cisco,” Rosenberg said.

Cisco acquires Perspica

Meanwhile, Cisco announced this week it would acquire Perspica, a company based in San Jose, Calif., that applies machine learning to analyze streaming data, rather than waiting until it is stored. Cisco plans to use Perspica technology and expertise with its AppDynamics software for monitoring and analyzing application data. Cisco acquired the company AppDynamics this year for $3.7 billion.

Perspica and its engineers will become a part of Cisco’s AppDynamics unit. Combining technology from the two acquisitions will provide analytics that is “infinitely scalable and ridiculously fast to keep pace with developments in the enterprise,” Bhaskar Sunkara, CTO of AppDynamics, said in a blog post.

Cisco did not disclose financial details of the latest acquisition.

DHS banned Kaspersky software from all government systems

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has directed that every government agency must remove any and all Kaspersky software from their systems within 90 days.

Elaine Duke, the acting secretary of homeland security, issued a Binding Operational Directive this week that calls on U.S. government agencies and departments to find any use of Kaspersky software on their systems within 30 days. Within 60 days, they must develop plans to remove that software. And within 90 days, they must execute those plans to remove Kaspersky software and discontinue its use in the future.

“The Department is concerned about the ties between certain Kaspersky officials and Russian intelligence and other government agencies, and requirements under Russian law that allow Russian intelligence agencies to request or compel assistance from Kaspersky and to intercept communications transiting Russian networks,” DHS wrote in a statement. “The risk that the Russian government, whether acting on its own or in collaboration with Kaspersky, could capitalize on access provided by Kaspersky products to compromise federal information and information systems directly implicates U.S. national security.”

This move by DHS is the latest in a series of actions taken by the U.S. government to vilify the Russia-based antivirus company and get its products away from government information systems. In July, the Trump administration removed Kaspersky Lab from the U.S. General Services Administration approved vendors list, rendering the company ineligible to get government contracts for products and services.

The software has also already been banned from the Department of Defense, and Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) introduced an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act this week that would ban Kaspersky software from any federal computer.

The intelligence community — particularly the FBI — has been investigating ties between Kaspersky Lab and the Russian government, but has yet to provide the public with any hard evidence of collusion or influence.

According to the statement from DHS on this latest move to remove and ban the software, this move is not reserved for the Russian company.

“Safeguarding federal government systems requires reducing potential vulnerabilities, protecting against cyber intrusions, and anticipating future threats,” the statement from DHS read. “While this action involves products of a Russian-owned and operated company, the Department will take appropriate action related to the products of any company that present a security risk based on DHS’s internal risk management and assessment process.”

DHS also said it would be open to Kaspersky Lab submitting a written response addressing the concerns the U.S. government has raised. Kaspersky Lab co-founder and CEO Eugene Kaspersky has previously offered to let the U.S. government see the source code of his products on multiple occasions, and he accepted an offer to testify before the House of Representatives in defense of his company.

The concerns about Kaspersky software have not been limited to the government, as retail chain Best Buy announced it is pulling Kaspersky products from its shelves, as well.

In other news:

  • The commonwealth of Virginia’s board of elections voted to replace any and all touchscreen voting machines before the upcoming November elections. The voting machines, known as direct recording electronic (DRE) machines, will no longer be used in Virginia’s elections, and the commonwealth is determined to make the change before its gubernatorial election this year. This move comes shortly after a demonstration at the DefCon conference in July proved the extreme vulnerability of electronic voting systems. “This recommendation is being made for multiple reasons,” the board of elections wrote in a memo, “including the current security environment surrounding election administration, recently released public reports with confidential information related to unauthorized access to DREs at DefCon’s ‘Voting Machine Hacking Village,’ the fact that no DREs in use in Virginia have a voter-verifiable paper audit trail (VVPAT), and the initial security assessment review of various DRE equipment conducted by the Virginia Information Technology Agency (VITA).” Approximately 22 localities in the commonwealth still use DREs and will need to switch to new systems, though the specific voting machines that will replace them were not noted.
  • Exploit broker Zerodium has offered $1 million for zero-day exploits of the Tor Browser. Zerodium said it is gathering exploits on the Tor Browser to help the government. “While Tor network and Tor Browser are fantastic projects that allow legitimate users to improve their privacy and security on the internet, the Tor network and browser are, in many cases, used by ugly people to conduct activities such as drug trafficking or child abuse,” the broker wrote in its announcement of the project. “We have launched this special bounty for Tor Browser zero-days to help our government customers fight crime and make the world a better and safer place for all.” The program will run through the end of November, or it will end when the total payouts reach the $1 million limit. Specifically, Zerodium is looking for “a fully functional zero-day exploit for Tor Browser with JavaScript BLOCKED,” or exploits for Tor Browser with JavaScript.
  • A WordPress plug-in was updated with malicious code, affecting around 200,000 sites. Wordfence, WordPress’s plug-in security group, reported this week that the plug-in called Display Widgets was sold by its original author to a third-party in May 2017 for $15,000. The third-party purchaser then released an updated version of the plug-in a month later that showed malicious behavior. Since then, more updates of the plug-in have been released with more malicious behavior. According to Wordfence, the last three versions of Display Widgets have contained code that allows the plug-in owner to publish any content to the WordPress site, essentially creating a backdoor. “The authors of this plugin have been using the backdoor to publish spam content to sites running their plugin,” Wordfence explained. “During the past three months the plugin has been removed and readmitted to the WordPress.org plugin repository a total of four times. The plugin is used by approximately 200,000 WordPress websites, according to WordPress repository.” Wordfence suggested anyone with Display Widget installed should remove it immediately.