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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Malware again checks into Hyatt's hotels, again checks out months later with victims' credit cards

Trying out IKEA furniture in your home with an Apple app

Gallery: 10 pieces of tech in your office that can be replaced by your smartphone

Is Your Hard Drive SMART Enough?

Will Ting Save You Money on Mobile?

How to block Windows 10 Fall Creators Update from installing With Windows 10 FCU - version 1709, build 16299, Redstone 3 - just around the corner, here are the best ways to ensure you install the update when you're ready, not when Microsoft says so.

How to get the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update early If you don't want to wait while Microsoft gradually rolls out the upgrade, it's already possible to get your hands on the Fall Creators Update.

Can my machine run the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update? Planning on upgrading to the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update? Make sure your device meets the recommended specs and system requirements.

Microsoft's anti-malware sniffing service powers Edge to top spot in browser blocking tests NSS Labs says Windows 10's default browser is better at blocking phishing and socially-engineered malware attacks than Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.

Giant Hole Opens in Antarctic Ice Pack, and No One Knows Why

Equifax Website Hacked to Serve Malware Because of Course It Was

Why swallowable robots could be the future of healthcare A collaboration by Caltech researchers could pave the way for new therapies by creating tiny devices to monitor the inside of your body.

Kobe Steel's scandal spreads to tires and engines Internal engine parts and steel belts in tires are now suspect

Why KRACK could hit your smart home's Wi-Fi the hardest

KRACK in Wi-Fi security: Everything you need to know A weakness in Wi-Fi-connected devices could expose you to nearby hackers. Here are answers to your questions about that.

KRACK WPA2 protocol Wi-Fi attack: How it works and who's at risk

Here's every patch for KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability available right now Vendors are reacting swiftly to a vulnerability that lets attackers eavesdrop on your network traffic.

Exploding stars bring a rumble to Earth, and maybe gold, too Scientists have observed a cataclysmic blast that may explain the origin of precious metals. The bigger news is they didn't just see it. They felt it, too.

Everything you need to know about FM radio on your phone


Friday, October 13, 2017

Equifax Website Hacked Again Visitors to the site were offered a fake Flash Player update that installed adware.

What is Windows 10 Fall Creators Update? Everything you need to know about Microsoft's big upgrade Rolling out from the 17th October, the ?Windows 10 Fall Creators Update promises to deliver new features big and small to Windows desktops.

Malicious iOS app popup windows could be stealing your Apple ID It's simple to spoof a password request window, and nearly impossible to detect a fake. Here's what iOS users and devs should watch out for

Japanese metal supplier faked metal strength data, sparking automaker fears Kobe Steel admits to fabricating durability data for metals used in cars and planes

Apple releases iOS 11.0.3 update

That Makes Three: SpaceX Launches Another Satellite with a Used Rocket, Then Lands

Yellowstone Supervolcano May Rumble to Life Faster Than Thought A new study of ancient ash suggests that the dormant giant could develop the conditions needed to blow in a span of mere decades.

Time to Switch From Yahoo to Gmail?

Microsoft's October Patch Batch Fixes 62 Flaws

Get ready! Windows is changing big time on Oct. 17


Thursday, October 12, 2017

Windows tip of the week
By Ed Bott

Manage app and Explorer windows with keyboard shortcuts

Arranging windows on the screen is an essential task for any operation that involves moving or copying files between Explorer windows, copying text and graphics from one program window to another, or comparing different versions of a document or spreadsheet.

If you find yourself doing any of those tasks regularly, it pays to learn a handful of keyboard shortcuts that clear away extraneous windows and then snap individual windows into position. Start with a pair of shortcuts designed to reduce clutter:

Windows key + D Press once to minimize all the desktop
Windows key + M Minimize all windows
Windows key + Shift + M Restore all minimized windows on the desktop

With the distractions removed, you can now snap individual windows to either side of the display, using the shortcut Windows key + left/right arrow. Press this combination once to position the current window so it occupies the left or right half of the display and then repeat the process with the second window, using the opposite keyboard shortcut.

If you have multiple monitors, you can keep pressing that key combination to move through the different snap permutations until you have every window arranged exactly as you like.

Google's Artificial Intelligence Strategy (and new products)

Equifax Breach Fallout: Your Salary History

Geekly Update - 11 October 2017

Ever Wondered Why a Rolex is so Expensive? Watch This! If you've ever wondered why a Rolex was so expensive you may want to watch this demonstration of a Rolex Submariner being disassembled.


Tuesday, October 10, 2017

When it comes to trade-ins, iPhones are a safe bet

Microsoft takes struggling Edge browser to iOS, Android The iOS version of Edge uses the same WebKit engine that powers Apple's Safari, while the Android Edge is based on the Blink engine Google maintains for Chrome.

Elon Musk Offers to Help Puerto Rico Rebuild With Solar Power

10 things you should never do in Excel You can sidestep trouble and work more efficiently by avoiding these common mistakes when working in Excel.

Half the universe's missing matter has just been finally found

Windows 10 update removes Windows Media Player

Here's The First Full Trailer For 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi'


Sunday, October 08, 2017

12 Cool New Features in macOS High Sierra High Sierra isn't a huge update to Apple's operating system, but there are still plenty of changes, big and small, for Mac users to sink their teeth into.

The Coolest Features in iOS 11 With hundreds of new features, not everything can be a standout, but these caught our eye.

Alphabet Closer to Using Balloons for Telecom in Puerto Rico

MORNING METEOR SHOWERS ON MERCURY The Week's Coolest Space Photos

Butterfly swarm shows up on Denver radar system


Saturday, October 07, 2017

AOL Instant Messenger is shutting down after 20 years

The world's oldest scientific satellite is still in orbit Nearly 60 years ago, the US Navy launched Vanguard-1 as a response to the Soviet Sputnik. Six decades on, it's still circling our planet.

Apple's tricky iOS 11 photo tech gets a helping hand What the heck is HEIC? It's a whiz at compressing iPhone photos, but it brings some complications. New tools can help.

Cash In On Unwanted Gift Cards

Plastic roads surface in the UK It is hoped that recycled plastics can patch up the UK's pothole-laden infrastructure.

First 360-Degree Spacewalk Video Captured Outside ISS Two Russian cosmonauts were filmed launching nano-satellites while clinging to the outside of the International Space Station.

ISS Astronauts Go On Spacewalk to Repair Station's Robotic Arm

Moon's Shadow During Solar Eclipse


Friday, October 06, 2017

Windows tip of the week
By Ed Bott

Use the Public folder for simple sharing

If you've created two or more user accounts on the same PC, you'll find the Public user profile enormously valuable.

The Public profile resembles any other user profile, with five default subfolders: Documents, Downloads, Music, Pictures, and Videos. (Third-party programs can create subfolders here, too.) All files you save or copy to these locations are available without restriction to any user who signs in using an account available on that PC.

On a PC where you've set up standard user accounts for employees or family members, save downloaded program installers in the Public Downloads folder and save shared pictures in the Public Pictures folder.

You can use the Public folder on a local network as well. Folders in the Public profile are available on a homegroup or to any remote user who signs in using any account set up on the PC serving as host.

You'll find the Public profile folders in C:UsersPublic. For easier access, create a shortcut using the %Public% environment variable, use the shell:public command, or pin the Public folder to the Quick Access list in Windows 10 (Favorites in Windows 7).

How to access desktop themes in Windows 10 Creators Update Microsoft offers a huge collection of interesting themes. See how you can use them to jazz up your desktop.

Discovery of Gravitational Waves Wins 3 US Scientists Nobel Prize

Uber or Lyft: Which is Best?

Apple releases macOS High Sierra Supplemental Update

macOS High Sierra 10.13 Supplemental Update Fixes Early Bugs

Mozilla to End All Firefox Support for XP and Vista in June 2018

Fear Not: You, Too, Are a Cybercrime Victim!

Why Netflix is raising prices again and what it could mean for cord-cutting

Rice University adds a bit of asphalt to speed lithium metal battery charging by 20 times


Wednesday, October 04, 2017

Firefox Quantum: Comeback or Flameout?

Scientists Reconstruct Rosetta Probe's Final Image It was taken 20 meters above the surface of comet 67P, just before the probe landed and shut down.

28 Hidden iOS 11 Tips You Need to Know You think you know iOS 11? Not until you master all of these under-the-hood goodies.

Which Businesses Will Go Away In the Next 10 Years?

See some of the entries in National Geographic's 2017 Nature Photographer of the Year contest

Apple releases iOS 11.0.2 update that fixes static during FaceTime and phone calls

Yahoo Triples Likely Scope of '13 Hack to 3 Billion Users


Sunday, October 01, 2017

Who Built Ancient Egypt's Great Pyramid? Hidden Text Holds Clues to Thousand-Year-Old Mystery

A Eulogy for Eudora

The Week's Coolest Space Photos


Saturday, September 30, 2017

Notepad Apps to Boost Your Productivity

Equifax Promises A New Lifetime Service, As New Leader Offers An Apology

Gallery: 10 of the most dangerous malware threats on the internet today

Yes, There *IS* an Echo in Here


Thursday, September 28, 2017

Windows tip of the week
By Ed Bott

Take advantage of Systeminfo shortcuts

The venerable Systeminfo command has been a part of Windows since its earliest days and should be a part of every power user's toolkit.

Open a Command Prompt or PowerShell window, type systeminfo, and then press Enter. You'll be rewarded with a lengthy display of details about the current system configuration. (You can use the /s switch to gather this information from a remote machine, if you have administrative privileges on it.)

The raw Systeminfo output shows the current Windows edition and build number as well as information about the hardware, such as the system manufacturer and model name, BIOS version, and amount of memory installed.

Combine this command with the pipe character and the Find command to reduce that verbose output to the exact detail you're looking for. (You must do this from a Command Prompt window, not PowerShell.) Here are two examples:

systeminfo | find "Original Install Date" Returns the date and time when the current Windows version was installed

systeminfo | find "OS Version" Returns the build number of the current Windows version

For the full syntax, use the /? switch.

iPhone X: Absolutely everything you need to know Apple's boldest phone arrives -- in limited quantities -- on Nov. 3. Get ready.

iPhone 8: Should you upgrade? If you've got a previous iPhone, are the new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus worth your money?

The Underwater Photos Of The Year Are Here, And They're Phenomenal

Change these Safari 11 settings right now Safari 11 blocks autoplay videos, stops ad trackers, and puts an end to sites asking if it's OK to send you push notifications.

Geekly Update - 27 Sep 2017


Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Get Your Free Credit Reports Online

The 6 levels of autonomous driving: Autoweek Explains There are several steps on the march toward self-driving cars -- here's what the levels mean

Scientists Design New Form of Aluminum That Floats

iOS 11 Photo Tricks to Try Now Apple's latest mobile OS adds some spectacular new capabilities for iPhone photos.

7 Ways to Tweak Your Windows 10 Taskbar Here's how to customize and beef up your Windows 10 taskbar.

Apple releases iOS 11.0.1 software update for iPhone and iPad

Apple Releases iOS 11.0.1 Update With Fix for Exchange Email Bug [Updated]

How MacOS High Sierra improves the apps you use most Siri, Spotlight, Safari, Photos and more are new and improved.

macOS 10.13 High Sierra: The Ars Technica review A focus on foundation makes for an important but nigh-invisible update.


Tuesday, September 26, 2017

How to access the traditional Control Panel lost in the Windows 10 Creators Update Microsoft is phasing out the traditional Control Panel with the Windows 10 Creators Update, but with a few tweaks you can still access it. Mark Kaelin explains how.

How to Turn Off Autoplay Videos How to turn off autoplay videos on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Netflix, and Hulu.

Apple Releases macOS High Sierra With Apple File System, Safari Autoplay Blocking and Privacy Tools, Metal 2, and More

7 things to know before upgrading to MacOS High Sierra 10.13 There's a little bit here for intense users of some applications, but at the moment the big story is a possible vulnerability that would let a hacker steal your Keychain contents.

iOS 11 is causing massive battery drain problems

Disconnected by Disaster-Photos From a Battered Puerto Rico

Price Busters For Online Shoppers

Equifax or Equiphish?

Report: 99% of ransomware targets Microsoft products A new report from Carbon Black analyzed 1,000 ransomware samples to learn how attackers are using it and how threats are evolving.


Monday, September 25, 2017

After massive data breach, Equifax sent victims to fake phishing site for support After a breach of 143 million people's personal information, the official Equifax Twitter account accidentally tweeted a link to a phishing website for victims who needed support.

Tame Your Overflowing Inbox

iPhone X vs. iPhone 8: Which New Apple Phone Should You Buy? The $1,000 iPhone X is stealing all the attention, but the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus may be easier on your wallet. Take a look at how they measure up.

The ISS just got its own Linux supercomputer The International Space Station will host a test of computer hardware that's vital for any future missions to Mars.

Girl with 3D-printed robotic hand to throw first pitch at World Series game Mom couldn't find a company to create a robotic hand for her daughter, so she came up with a novel solution.

Got an iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus? Do these 10 things first After you inhale that new-iPhone smell, follow this setup guide to be up and running faster than you can say A11 Bionic.

Tesla trounces supercars in 'World's Greatest Drag Race' If it were any longer than a quarter-mile drag, things would have ended differently.

Microsoft, Facebook, Complete Enormous Undersea Cable Marea reaches from Spain to Virginia.


Friday, September 22, 2017

Here's what's really involved in an electric car drivetrain The complexity of the electric motor is in the details

iOS 11: The 10 best features you won't be able to live without

CCleaner hackers attacked Microsoft, Intel, Cisco, and other tech giants The CCleaner breach was more serious than initially believed, with hackers targeting networks at major tech companies including Cisco, Sony, and Samsung.

iOS 11: The Notes app and how it works New features for the most versatile app on your iPhone or iPad.

11 Things You Should Know about iOS 11

Electric bus sets record with 1,101-mile trip on a single charge

Most Powerful Cosmic Rays Come from Galaxies Far, Far Away

Hubble Reveals an Odd Object In the Asteroid Belt Between Mars and Jupiter

Equifax Breach: Setting the Record Straight

Experian Site Can Give Anyone Your Credit Freeze PIN

Cassini's Final Full Image Of Saturn Before It Destroyed Itself Is Breathtaking

Geekly Update - 21 Sep 2017

A telemarketer called my elevator


Thursday, September 21, 2017

The Best Mac Antivirus Protection of 2017 Despite what you may have heard, your Apple computer isn't immune to malware. We tested the top programs to find the ones that will keep your Mac the safest.

[HACKED] A Reminder To Be Vigilant


Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Wolfram Alpha: The Answer Calculator

Virginia State Police issue warning about fake traffic ticket scam

iOS 11: Everything you need to know about Apple's iPhone and iPad operating system Learn all about the upcoming iOS 11, including its release date, top features, and biggest changes from iOS 10.

Blockchain, Explained If you're tired of asking what in the world blockchain is and why you should care about it, then watch this video explainer and discover what all the fuss is about.

iOS 11: How to install the latest version of the iPhone and iPad operating system

iOS 11 is now available to download


Tuesday, September 19, 2017

iOS 11 release is tomorrow: Our essential 'getting ready' list

Equifax Suffered a Hack Almost Five Months Earlier Than the Date It Disclosed

The Equifax Breach: What You Should Know

Equifax Hackers Stole 200k Credit Card Accounts in One Fell Swoop

Equifax Stock Sales Are the Focus of U.S. Criminal Probe

You Can't Protect Yourself from the Equifax Breach

Adobe, Microsoft Plug Critical Security Holes

Hackers used a massively popular PC cleanup tool to distribute malware

Security Notification for CCleaner v5.33.6162 and CCleaner Cloud v1.07.3191 for 32-bit Windows users

CCleaner Compromised to Distribute Malware for Almost a Month

CCleaner hack affects 2.27 million computers -- here's what to do Your device may have CCleaner malware. Here's what you need to know.

Is This iPhone Madness?

How to Check Which Firefox Extensions Will Stop Working in Firefox 57


Sunday, September 17, 2017

In pictures: Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2017

Cassini Just Sent Back Its Last Images Of Saturn, And They're Spectacular

See Saturn's secrets through NASA Cassini's finest views

Here Are 15 All-Time Best Photos From Cassini That You Absolutely Must See

NASA's Curiosity Rover Just Took The Most Incredible Pictures Yet of The Martian Surface

The Most Stunning Wildlife Photos of 2017 Are Here And Holy Crap These pictures will make everything better.


Saturday, September 16, 2017

Doctors of Deception: Diploma Mills

Equifax's Failure to Patch Enabled Massive Hack

7 Signs You Have Malware and How to Get Rid of It PC acting strange? These warning signs could mean that your computer's security has been compromised. Here's what to do.

Cassini's Saturn Mission Goes Out In A Blaze Of Glory

Podcast 011: The Bigger Picture From California, where I came to see and reflect on the End of Mission for the Cassini spacecraft - its so-called Grand Finale.


Friday, September 15, 2017

Amazing photos of Saturn as Cassini makes it grand finale

Giant storms, methane lakes, and hidden oceans: Cassini's best discoveries of Saturn and its moons An impressive 13-year résumé

'Our Saturn years' Cassini's epic journey to the ringed planet, told by the people who helped make it happen

Critical Bluetooth flaw could put nearly every connected device at risk of cyberattack The vulnerability, discovered by Armis Labs, is an airborne attack targeting Android, iOS, Windows, and Linux devices. It would allow hackers to take complete control of the device.

The Windows Problem Steps Recorder

Thank You for Calling Equifax. Your Business Is Not Important to Us Credit monitoring in the U.S. is a nightmare. It only took a massive public data breach to make that clear.


Thursday, September 14, 2017

Windows tip of the week
By Ed Bott

Don't delete your paging file

When you're troubleshooting a PC problem, one of the most important steps is to rule out hardware and driver issues. The best way to do that is to run a clean copy of Windows, with only a basic set of device drivers and no third-party apps or utilities.

Setting up a second copy of Windows isn't difficult, as long as you follow two simple rules:

You must use a separate disk partition from your current Windows installation. On a desktop PC, you can often add a second physical disk. On notebooks and other sealed systems with a single physical drive, you need to shrink the main disk partition to carve out at least 32 GB of unused space.
You must boot from Windows installation media. Don't run Windows Setup from within Windows. Instead, use a bootable USB flash drive and choose the Custom installation option. Specify the separate disk partition as the location for your new copy of Windows.

After setup is complete, you'll have a new boot menu you can use to choose which Windows installation you want to run. When you need to check something out by booting from your clean Windows copy, go to Settings > Update & Recovery > Recovery. Under the Advanced Startup heading, click Restart Now to restart immediately and display a menu that includes options to choose your other copy of Windows.

Apple iPhone 8 Plus vs. iPhone X vs Samsung Note 8: Phablet spec showdown On paper, the Note 8 is tough to beat.

Here's the Apple iOS 11 release date... ...and which devices will be able to run Apple's updated mobile OS, which has been in public beta since late June.

24 Things You Can Do in iOS 11 That You Couldn't Do Before

Why the iPhone X is the new iPhone you’ll want now

It took 4 calls and 42 minutes to Equifax to help with a simple question

Equifax Must Pay If Equifax doesn't pay big for losing the personal information of millions of Americans, we just need to get used to our identities being stolen.

What to Do When You've Been Hacked Whether your personal data gets compromised in an Equifax-style breach or your email password is exposed, getting hacked can be a nightmare. Knowing what to expect and how to fix it can help, but knowing how to head off hackers in the first place is even better.

Best Buy Pulls Kaspersky Products Amid Spying Concerns Suspicion surrounds the software security company amid concerns regarding the firm's link to the Russian government.

Before NASA's Cassini flies into Saturn, take a look back at its best images

Geekly Update - 13 Sep 2017


Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Here's Why Your Password is Hackable

The Equifax Breach: What You Should Know

X GONNA GIVE IT TO YA Just The Good Stuff From Today's iPhone Event

A Total Solar Eclipse Close-Up in Real Time


Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Equifax Takes The Data Breach Cake

The Equifax Situation Continues to Worsen

How to set up Storage Spaces in Windows 10 The Storage Spaces feature in Windows 10 provides you with yet another way to protect your data using what is essentially a software-configured RAID technology.


Monday, September 11, 2017

The Sun has produced a whole bunch of solar flares this week Six from the same sunspot since Monday

The Strange Magic Of Swindon's 7-In-1 Roundabout

Ringing success: How Cassini spacecraft has altered knowledge of enigmatic Saturn

The Week's Coolest Space Photos


Saturday, September 09, 2017

Eating an elephant: Houston's tow trucks tackle fleets of damaged cars We expect a long recovery from Hurricane Harvey

New Social Security Scam Making the Rounds Callers pose as Social Security Administration employees

iOS explained: How each version of Apple's mobile OS evolved With iOS 11 due to be released later this month, here's a look at how Apple's iPhone operating system has changed and grown since 2007.

10 Dangerous Data Breaches That Should Freak You Out In recent decades, we've seen some of the most secure servers in the world breached by black hats.

Breach at Equifax May Impact 143M Americans

How Equifax hackers might use your Social Security number to pretend they're you

Drones and Robots Are Taking Over Industrial Inspection Advances in AI have made it possible for machines to autonomously inspect pipelines, power lines, and transportation systems.

Can Zello Save You In a Hurricane?


Friday, September 08, 2017

Top 5: Things to know about how ISPs use your data Internet service providers have access to a lot of data about their customers. Here's how they can, and can't, legally use that data.

10 apps to help you prepare for, respond to, and recover from a natural disaster

Geekly (and Security) Update - 07 Sep 2017

The Google Drive App For PC, Mac Is Being Shut Down In March

Disney is pulling Star Wars and Marvel films from Netflix In 2019, you'll have to subscribe to Disney's service to stream these movies.

Credit reporting firm Equifax says data breach could potentially affect 143 million US consumers

67% of Americans Use Social Media To Get Some of their News

'No fire risk' with new lithium batteries

Amazon was tricked by a fake law firm into removing a hot product, costing this seller $200,000

AS BIG AS TEXAS Visualizing Irma's Immense Size Compared To Andrew, The Most Destructive Hurricane To Ever Hit Florida


Thursday, September 07, 2017

Windows tip of the week
By Ed Bott

Install a second copy of Windows for troubleshooting

When you're troubleshooting a PC problem, one of the most important steps is to rule out hardware and driver issues. The best way to do that is to run a clean copy of Windows, with only a basic set of device drivers and no third-party apps or utilities.

Setting up a second copy of Windows isn't difficult, as long as you follow two simple rules:

You must use a separate disk partition from your current Windows installation. On a desktop PC, you can often add a second physical disk. On notebooks and other sealed systems with a single physical drive, you need to shrink the main disk partition to carve out at least 32 GB of unused space.

You must boot from Windows installation media. Don't run Windows Setup from within Windows. Instead, use a bootable USB flash drive and choose the Custom installation option. Specify the separate disk partition as the location for your new copy of Windows.

After setup is complete, you'll have a new boot menu you can use to choose which Windows installation you want to run. When you need to check something out by booting from your clean Windows copy, go to Settings > Update & Recovery > Recovery. Under the Advanced Startup heading, click Restart Now to restart immediately and display a menu that includes options to choose your other copy of Windows.

Windows 10: New feature sees Microsoft blur the line between Windows and Linux A new feature of the Windows Subsystem for Linux, allows users to chain together commands from different Linux distros and call them directly from inside Windows.

This tiny Windows 10 PC that fits in your pocket will ship in November The Sirius A runs the full desktop version of Windows 10 and can be hooked up to a monitor, mouse and keyboard to be used as a PC

Android Tip: Securing Your Smartphone

Do You Have Wifi Intruders?


Friday, September 01, 2017

[ALERT] Change Your Passwords... NOW

Microsoft tells some Mac Office users to pass on Apple's High Sierra Microsoft warns Office for Mac 2011 users not to upgrade to Apple's macOS High Sierra when the new operating system launches in September.

A new t-shirt sewing robot can make as many shirts per hour as 17 factory workers

How NASA Kept the ISS Flying While Harvey Hit Mission Control

This is probably the worst US flood storm ever, and I'll never be the same Neither will the fourth largest city in the country, Houston.

TOO LATE TO DRIVE AWAY Dramatic Time-Lapse Captures The Rise Of The Flood Waters In Houston

SanDisk Breaks Storage Record With 400GB microSD Card


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