"We have a large church parking lot that we are trying to give a little more life too before it all has to be replaced (cost). I have used the Crackstix in the 125' container and it worked fantastic. So with the size of our lot and cracks, I ordered the larger spools."
All Contractors with permits to conduct earthwork (excavation) must notify the Department before work may begin. Contractors must give the Department 24 to 48 hour notice before beginning excavation, rock blasting, or rock chipping. For both BIS and DOB NOW jobs, submit the notification in DOB NOW: Build. Log into DOB NOW with an active eFiling account and select +Notifications and then Earthwork from the Build dashboard.
The emergence of crack in the spring of 1986 and a flood of lurid and often exaggerated press accounts of inner-city crack use ushered in a period of intense public concern about illegal drugs, and helped reinforce the impression that drug use was primarily a minority problem. Enforcement of the nation's drug laws at the street level focused more and more on poor communities of color. In the mid- to late-1980s, many cities initiated major law enforcement programs to deal with street-level drug dealing. "Operation Pressure Point" in New York was an attempt to rid the predominantly Hispanic Lower East Side of the drug trade. Operation Invincible in Memphis, Operation Clean Sweep in Chicago, Operation Hammer in Los Angeles, and the Red Dog Squad in Atlanta all targeted poor, minority, urban neighborhoods where drug dealing tended to be open and easy to detect.
In the 1980s, with the emergence of the crack market, skin color alone became a major profile component, and, to an increasing extent, black travelers in the nation's airports and found themselves the subjects of frequent interrogations and suspicionless searches by the DEA and the U.S. Customs Service. These law enforcement practices soon spread to train stations and bus terminals, as well.
If your iPhone 12 or iPhone 12 Pro has any damage which impairs the ability to complete the repair, such as a cracked screen, that issue will need to be resolved prior to the service. In some cases, there may be a cost associated with the additional repair.
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The combination of my past experience, a relatively new WiFi attack that I will explain momentarily, a new monster cracking rig (8 x QUADRO RTX 8000 48GB GPUs) in CyberArk Labs and the fact that WiFi is everywhere because connectivity is more important than ever drove me to research, whether I was right with my hypothesis or maybe just lucky.
In this blog, I demonstrate how easily (you do not need a cracking rig) and with little equipment unsecure WiFi passwords can be cracked, thus hacking the WiFi network .At the end, we will reveal statistics of the cracked hashes and explain how to defend your network from this type of attack. Therefore, it is of utmost importance that we know and understand the cracking method to form an adequate defense.
In simple English, if an adversary wanted to hack/crack a WiFi password, they need to be in the right place (between users and a router) at the right time (when users log in) and be lucky (users entered the correct password and all four packets were sniffed correctly).
Cracking the PMKID hash is ultimately just generating/calculating PMKs with the SSID and different passphrases, then calculating PMKID from the PMK and the other information we obtained. Once we generated a PMKID equal to the PMKID that was retrieved from the AP (Figure 3), the hash is cracked; the passphrases that were used to generate the right PMK that the PMKID was generated from is the correct WiFi password.
Each digit has 10 options (0-9), hence 10**8 possible combinations. One hundred million seems like a lot of combinations, but our monster rig calculates at the speed of 6819.8 kH/s which translates into 6,819,000 hashes per second.A cracking rig is not required as my laptop can get to 194.4 kH/s, which translates into 194,000 hashes per second. That equals more than enough computing power to cycle through the possibilities necessary to crack the passwords. Consequently, it took my laptop roughly 9 minutes to break a single WiFi password with the characteristics of a cellphone number. (10**8)/194,000 = ~516 (seconds)/60 = ~9 minutes.
The cracking speed for hashtypes differs because of different hash functions and the number of iterations. For example, PMKID is very slow compared to MD5 or NTLM. Nonetheless, it is feasible to crack a PMKID hash if the attacker focuses on a specific network, and the password is not complicated enough.
I hope you enjoyed this blog and that you will take the required steps to secure your WiFi network. And as a reminder, none of the passwords we cracked were used for unauthorized access to these WiFi networks or any other information accessible via these networks.
Tried to work with google to get a replacement phone. Phone is still covered by the plan that I have been paying into for a few years of having the phone. in order to complete the replacement though they want me to put down $1500 (price of the brand new phone) to which they will refund once they have determined the phone I'm sending in is damaged as I say it is / is the...
Tried to work with google to get a replacement phone. Phone is still covered by the plan that I have been paying into for a few years of having the phone. in order to complete the replacement though they want me to put down $1500 (price of the brand new phone) to which they will refund once they have determined the phone I'm sending in is damaged as I say it is / is the correct phone. The phone they will be sending me though is a refurbished phone. Why do they want you to pay the the brand new phone price when a brand new phone isn't even involved in the process? oh it's because we don't have a refurb option and can't change the price. Whats the real reason? they are hoping that people who don't send their phones in or the phone doesn't match the damage reported they will have just charged you brand new phone price for a refurbished phone. do they care you've been a customer for 7 years? No. "do not be evil" such a sad day when google decided to be evil
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