L0phtCrack

L0phtCrack

Developer(s)
Peiter Zatko (Mudge), Chris Wysopal (Weld Pond), Christien Rioux (DilDog), Rob Cheyne, Ian Melvin

Stable release

7.0.1

Operating system
Microsoft Windows

Type
Password Cracking, Operating System Audit

License
Proprietary

Website
l0phtcrack

L0phtCrack is a password auditing and recovery application originally produced by Mudge from L0pht Heavy Industries. It is used to test password strength and sometimes to recover lost Microsoft Windows passwords, by using dictionary, brute-force, hybrid attacks, and rainbow tables.[1] It was one of the crackers’ tools of choice, although most use old versions because of its low price and high availability.
The application was produced by @stake after the L0pht merged with @stake in 2000. @stake was then acquired by Symantec in 2004.[2] Symantec later stopped selling this tool to new customers, citing US Government export regulations, and discontinued support in December 2006.[1][3]
In January 2009, L0phtCrack was acquired by the original authors Zatko, Wysopal, and Rioux from Symantec. L0phtCrack 6 was announced on 11 March 2009 at the SOURCE Boston Conference.[4] L0phtCrack 6 contains support for 64-bit Windows platforms as well as upgraded rainbow tables support.[5] L0phtCrack 7 was released on 30 August 2016, seven years after the previous release. L0phtCrack 7 supports GPU cracking, increasing performance up to 500 times that of previous versions. [6]
References[edit]

^ a b “Top 100 Network Security Tools (Page 2/4)”. Retrieved 2008-09-18. 
^ Fisher, Dennis (2004-09-16). “Symantec Buys Security Consulting Pioneer @stake”. eWeek. 
^ Naraine, Ryan (2006-03-08). “Symantec Pulls Plug on L0phtCrack”. Retrieved 2008-09-18. 
^ “New version of L0phtcrack to be unveiled next week”. Infosecurity Magazine. 2009-03-03. Retrieved 2009-05-29. 
^ Goodin, Dan (2009-05-27). “Seminal password tool rises from Symantec ashes”. The Register. 
^ Fisher, Dennis (2016-08-31). “L0phtCrack 7 Shows Windows Passwords Easier to Crack Now Than 20 Years Ago”. onthewire. 

External links[edit]

L0phtCrack Website

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Margaret Herrick Library

Margaret Herrick Library

Fairbanks Center for Motion Picture Study, where the library is housed

Country
United States

Type
Film

Established
1928

Location
Beverly Hills, California

The Margaret Herrick Library, located in Beverly Hills, California, is the main repository of print, graphic and research materials of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS). The library contains a digital repository and has historical materials that include those relating to The Oscars awards show.[1][2]

Contents

1 Collection
2 History
3 See also
4 References
5 Further reading
6 External links

Collection[edit]
The library has in excess of 1,000 collections including original film scripts, movie production records, correspondence and other materials pertaining to movie studios, production companies, individuals, and professional organizations.
The library also collects and maintains oral histories of the industry.[3]
History[edit]
The original research library was created in 1928, a year after the founding of AMPAS.[4][5] It is funded by the Academy Foundation, which is AMPAS’ educational division. It one of the biggest film research libraries in the world,[citation needed] holding in excess of 32,000 books, 80,000 screenplays, and 300,000 files of clippings. Other materials at the library are 35,000 posters, 10 million photographs, copies of 2,400 periodicals, costume and production and costume sketches, sheet music and musical scores, and advertising materials, including press books and lobby cards. There are also artifacts such as Academy Award statuettes. The library is governed by the Academy’s Board of Governors.[4]
In 1947, Herrick was responsible for the first acquisition of an archival collection: the William Selig collection.[4]
In 1953, Herrick worked to have The Oscars broadcast on television, which allowed the award ceremony and the library to become financially independent of the studios, upon which the show and library were previously wholly reliant upon.[4]
AMPAS’ research library was renamed for Margaret Herrick, who served as AMPAS librarian from 1936 to 1943 before becoming executive director from 1945 to 1971, upon her retirement in 1971. Dedicated to AMPAS’ mission of broadening the film industry’s educational and cultural outreach, Herrick was responsible for establishing the library as a world-class research institution.[5]
In its inception, the Academy library had offices in the Roosevelt Hotel.[4] The library moved t
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Erysiptila

Erysiptila

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Arthropoda

Class:
Insecta

Order:
Lepidoptera

Family:
Depressariidae

Genus:
Erysiptila
Meyrick, 1914[1]

Species:
E. clevelandi

Binomial name

Erysiptila clevelandi
(Busck, 1914)

Synonyms

Cyrictodes Meyrick, 1926
Borkhausenia clevelandi Busck, 1914
Cyrictodes phormophora Meyrick, 1926

Erysiptila is a genus of insects in the Depressariidae family. It contains only one species, Erysiptila clevelandi, which is found in Panama and Costa Rica.[2]
The wingspan is about 18 mm. The forewings are white, irregularly mottled with grey and with a suffused blackish-fuscous triangular patch extending on the costa from near the base to three-fifths, and reaching half across wing. There are two tufts of scales beneath this on the end of the cell and a few scattered black scales towards the dorsum in the middle. There is also a black dot in the disc towards the apex, and a smaller one on the termen beneath it. The hindwings are grey, suffused darker posteriorly.[3]
References[edit]

^ Revised Checklist of Elachistidae in Neotropical Region
^ Erysiptila at funet
^ Exot. Microlep. 3 (9): 284

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Trần Văn Trà

In this Vietnamese name, the family name is Tran. According to Vietnamese custom, this person should properly be referred to by the given name Tra.

Trần Văn Trà

Tran Van Tra in 1973

Nickname(s)
Tư Chi

Born
1918
Quảng Ngãi Province, French Indochina

Died
April 20, 1996 (age 78)
Hanoi, Vietnam

Allegiance
North Vietnam

Service/branch
People’s Army of Vietnam

Rank
Colonel General

Commands held
Commander of the Liberation Army (Vietcong)

Battles/wars
First Indochina War
Vietnam War
Tet Offensive
Easter Offensive
Ho Chi Minh Campaign

Awards
Resolution for Victory Order[1]

Nguyễn Chấn, known as Trần Văn Trà (1918 – April 20, 1996) was a Vietnamese general.[2][3] He was a commander in the Vietcong; a member of the Central Committee of the Lao Dong Party (North Vietnamese communist party) from 1960 to 1982; a lieutenant general in the army of the North Vietnam; chairman of Military Affairs Committee of the Central Office of South Vietnam (COSVN) (1964–1976).
Early life[edit]
The son of a bricklayer, Nguyễn Chấn was born in Quảng Ngãi Province in 1918.[4] He joined the Indochinese Communist Party in 1938 and spent the years of the Second World War in a French prison. Between 1946 and 1954, Tra fought against the French in the Vietnam People’s Army and became a general in 1961, commanding communist forces in the southern half of South Vietnam. During the days of Indochina war with the French, the Viet Minh recruited more than 600 defeated Japanese soldiers to fight with them.
In June, 1946, some of these Japanese followers became instructors in a military school set up by the Viet Minh in Quang Ngai Province, Tra’s birthplace, to teach fighting skills to more than 400 Vietnamese trainees. It is not known if Tra may have been one of the organizers or attendees at this military training school. He was Commander of 7th Military Region (1949-1950) and Vice Commander of Cochinchina (1951-1954).
Vietnam War[edit]
During the Vietnam War against the Americans and South Vietnamese, he led the attack on Saigon during the Tet Offensive of 1968 and commanded the B-2 Front during the Easter Offensive. During a 1974 meeting of North Vietnamese military leaders in Hanoi, Tra argued against a conservative strategy during the coming year and suggested that South Vietnam’s Phước Long Province be attacked in order to test both South Vietnamese and American military reaction.[5] The attack was successful and the U.S. did not res

2016 TAC Cup Nanjing Challenger – Singles

Singles

2016 TAC Cup Nanjing Challenger

Champion
Ričardas Berankis

Runner-up
Grega Žemlja

Final score
6–3, 6–4

Events

Singles
Doubles

TAC Cup Nanjing Challenger
· 2017 →

Main article: 2016 TAC Cup Nanjing Challenger
This was the first edition of the tournament.
Ričardas Berankis won the title, defeating Grega Žemlja 6–3, 6–4 in the final.

Contents

1 Seeds
2 Draw

2.1 Key
2.2 Finals
2.3 Top Half
2.4 Bottom Half

3 References

Seeds[edit]

Ričardas Berankis (Champions)
Yoshihito Nishioka (First round)
Jordan Thompson (Semifinals)
Saketh Myneni (First round)
Wu Di (First round)
Alexander Sarkissian (First round, retired)
Zhang Ze (Second round)
Grega Žemlja (Final)

Draw[edit]
Key[edit]

Q = Qualifier
WC = Wild Card
LL = Lucky Loser
Alt = Alternate
SE = Special Exempt
PR = Protected Ranking
w/o = Walkover
r = Retired
d = Defaulted

Finals[edit]

 
Semifinals

Final

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
1
  Ričardas Berankis
77
7

 

3
  Jordan Thompson
65
5

 

 
1
  Ričardas Berankis
6
6

 
8
  Grega Žemlja
3
4

8
  Grega Žemlja
6
6

 

  Aleksandr Nedovyesov
4
4

 

Top Half[edit]

First Round

Second Round

Quarterfinals

Semifinals

1
R Berankis
6
6

WC
C Wang
4
3

1
R Berankis
77
6

Y Bai
3
6
63

D Petrović
63
4

D Petrović
6
4
77

1
R Berankis
1
6
6

N Barrientos
7
6

N Barrientos
6
4
3

WC
Zeng Shihong
5
4

N Barrientos
6
6

Q
R Ghedin
6
3

Q
R Ghedin
4
3

6
A Sarkissian
3
0r

1
R Berankis
77
7

3
J Thompson
63
6
78

3
J Thompson
65
5

D-h Lee
77
2
66

3
J Thompson
6
5
6

Q
Václav Šafránek
6
6

Q
V Šafránek
4
7
3

Q
D Masur
2
4

3
J Thompson
6
7

B Trinker
4
63

J Jung
3
5

J Jung
6
77

J Jung
6
6

M Bourgue
6
6

M Bourgue
4
2

5
D Wu
2
1

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round

Second Round

Quarterfinals

Semifinals

8
G Žemlja
6
6

D Molchanov
1
3

8
G Žemlja
6
65
6

Z Li
6
4

Z Li
1
77
1

L-c Huang
2
1r

8
G Žemlja
4
7
77

WC
Zheng Weiqiang
3
62

D Nguyen
6
5
64

WC
X Gao
6
77

WC
X Gao
5
2

D Nguyen
78
77

D Nguyen
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2015 Singapore Charity Shield

2015 Singapore Charity Shield

Warriors
Balestier Khalsa

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Date
1 March 2015

Venue
Jalan Besar Stadium, Singapore

Referee
Ahmad A’Qashah (SIN)

Attendance
2,700[1]

← 2014
2016 →

The 2015 Singapore Charity Shield (also known as the Great Eastern SG50 Charity Shield for sponsorship reasons as well as to commemorate Singapore’s 50th year of independence) was the 8th edition of the Singapore Charity Shield held on 1 March 2015 at Jalan Besar Stadium, between the winners of the previous season’s S.League and Singapore Cup competitions. The match was contested by 2014 S.League champions Warriors and 2014 Singapore Cup winners Balestier Khalsa.
Warriors won the Shield for the second time after defeating Balestier Khalsa 1–0, with Nicolás Vélez netting the only goal.[2]

Contents

1 Match

1.1 Details

2 See also
3 References

Match[edit]
Details[edit]

Warriors v Balestier Khalsa

1 March 2015
19:30 SST

Warriors
1–0
Balestier Khalsa

Vélez  28′
Details

Jalan Besar Stadium, Singapore
Attendance: 2,700[1]
Referee: Ahmad A’Qashah (SIN)

GK
1
Neezam Aziz

DF
3
Marin Vidošević

DF
4
Syaqir Sulaiman

 77′

DF
16
Daniel Bennett (c)

DF
19
Irwan Shah

MF
6
Thomas Beattie
 86′

MF
14
Kevin McCann
 19′

MF
9
Miroslav Pejić

MF
21
Hafiz Rahim

 66′

FW
11
Fazli Jaffar

 66′

FW
10
Nicolás Vélez

Substitutes:

GK
13
Daniel Ong

DF
18
Nur Asyidiq Sukarto

 77′

DF
20
Hamqaamal Shah

MF
5
Azlan Abdul Razak

MF
7
Shi Jiayi

 66′

MF
12
Hafsyar Farkhan

MF
17
Andy Ahmad

 66′

Head coach:

Alex Weaver

GK
19
Zaiful Nizam (c)

DF
2
Yusiskandar Yusop

 59′

DF
5
Igor Čerina

DF
6
Nurullah Hussein
 75′

DF
20
Ho Wai Loon

DF
13
Jonathan Xu

MF
4
Emir Lotinac

MF
17
Poh Yi Feng
 30′
 64′

MF
10
Tarik Čmajčanin

FW
11
Miroslav Krištić

FW
9
Robert Peričić

 75′

Substitutes:

GK
1
Zakariah Nerani

DF
3
Hanafi Salleh

MF
7
Zulkiffli Hassim

 59′

MF
14
Ignatius Ang

 75′

MF
15
Fadhil Noh

MF
18
Ahmad Syahir

FW
36
Noor Akid

 64′

Head coach:

Marko Kraljević

Match officials

Referee: Ahmad A’Qashah (SIN)
Assistant referees:

Edwin Lee (SIN)
Manoj Kalwani (SIN)

Fourth official: W. Ravisanthiran (SIN)
Match commissioner: Mohd Izmil (SIN)

Match rules

90 minutes.
Penalty shoot-out if scores level after 90 minutes.
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Voyage of the Unicorn

Voyage of the Unicorn

Directed by
Philip Spink

Produced by
Matthew O’Connor
Michael O’Connor

Written by
James C. Christensen (novel Voyage of the Basset)
Dan Levine (teleplay)

Starring
Beau Bridges
Chantal Conlin
Heather McEwen

Music by
Jim Guttridge
Darryl Bennett

Cinematography
John Spooner

Edited by
Ron Yoshida

Distributed by
Hallmark Entertainment

Release date

March 2, 2001 – March 3, 2001

Running time

170 min.

Country
United States

Language
English

Voyage of the Unicorn is a 2001 television film starring Beau Bridges, Chantal Conlin and Heather McEwen. The movie is based on James C. Christensen’s book Voyage of the Basset. It is featured on TV1000 channel. Directed by noted fantasy/action director Philip Spink.

Contents

1 Plot
2 Cast
3 Release
4 External links

Plot[edit]
Dr. Alan Aisling is an antiquities professor who has lost his wife and struggles to keep his daughters’ spirits high and his loneliness at bay. His younger daughter Cassie daydreams about the mythical world her illustrator mother left behind in her drawings and annoys her older sister Miranda.
Then something magical happens: The family find themselves fleeing a plague of monstrous trolls by boarding a mysterious ship called The Unicorn. They are given a quest to find the benevolent dragon that once ruled the legendary faerie isles, before the demon trolls arrived.
They partake of the quest that shows them the wonder of the mythological worlds: Fire-breathing dragons, the mermaids’ siren songs and the Minotaur’s labyrinth, and try to re-ignite an enthusiasm for life within the family.
Cast[edit]

Beau Bridges – Professor Alan Aisling
Chantal Conlin – Cassie Aisling
Heather McEwen – Miranda Aisling
Mackenzie Gray – Skotos
John DeSantis – Cratch
Adrien Dorval – Mog
Colin Heath – Malachi
Kristian Ayre – Sebastian
Mark Gibbon – Minotaur
Kira Clavell – Medusa
Kimberly Hawthorne – Sphinx
Markus Parilo – Oberon
Ocean Hellman – Titania
Wanda Cannon – Lily
C. Ernst Harth – Olaf the Ogre
Mark Acheson – Kalgar

Release[edit]
This movie was released on a DVD with the TV movie “The Old Curiosity Shop” (starring Sir Peter Ustinov) in 2007. It was considered an “extra”.
Both parts were released by Hallmark Entertainment as a single stand-alone feature on VHS.
External links[edit]

Voyage of the Unicorn at the Internet Movie Database
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River Wye

This article is about the river that flows along or close to the Anglo-Welsh border. For other rivers called Wye, see River Wye (disambiguation).

River Wye (Afon Gwy)

River

The Wye at Hay-on-Wye

Countries
Wales, England

Tributaries

 - left
River Lugg, Bachawy, Afon Edw, more

 - right
River Trothy, River Monnow, Dulas Brook, more

Source

 - location
Plynlimon

 - elevation
690 m (2,264 ft)

 - coordinates
52°28′5.170″N 3°45′56.282″W / 52.46810278°N 3.76563389°W / 52.46810278; -3.76563389

Mouth

 - location
Chepstow, Severn Estuary

 - elevation
0 m (0 ft)

 - coordinates
51°36′36.086″N 2°39′42.423″W / 51.61002389°N 2.66178417°W / 51.61002389; -2.66178417Coordinates: 51°36′36.086″N 2°39′42.423″W / 51.61002389°N 2.66178417°W / 51.61002389; -2.66178417

Length
215 km (134 mi)

Basin
4,136 km2 (1,597 sq mi)

Map showing the River Wye from source to sea, excluding tributaries

The River Wye (Welsh: Afon Gwy) is the fifth-longest river in the UK, stretching some 215 kilometres (134 miles) from its source on Plynlimon in mid Wales to the Severn estuary. For much of its length the river forms part of the border between England and Wales. The Wye Valley (lower part) is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.[1][2] The Wye is important for nature conservation and recreation.

Contents

1 Etymology
2 Description
3 Conservation

3.1 Salmon

4 History
5 Navigation and sport
6 Tributaries
7 Cultural references
8 Views of the river
9 Bridges on the river
10 See also
11 References
12 Further reading
13 External links

Etymology[edit]
The Wye’s Latin name is Vaga, an adjective meaning ‘wandering’.[citation needed] The Tithe map references a Vagas Field in both Whitchurch and Chepstow.[3] The modern Welsh name Gwy may be derived from old Welsh Gwybiol or Gwyr (crooked wandering hills).[4]
Description[edit]
The source of the Wye is in the Welsh mountains at Plynlimon. It flows through or past several towns and villages including Rhayader, Builth Wells, Hay-on-Wye, Hereford (the only city on the River Wye), Ross-on-Wye, Symonds Yat, Monmouth and Tintern, meeting the Severn estuary just below Chepstow. Its total length is 134 miles (216 km).[5] The lower 16 miles (26 km) of the river from Redbrook to Chepstow forms the border b

Philosophy of business

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The philosophy of business considers the fundamental principles that underlie the formation and operation of a business enterprise; the nature and purpose of a business, and the moral obligations that pertain to it.

Contents

1 Influence
2 See also
3 Sources

3.1 References

4 External links
5 Footnotes

Influence[edit]
Philipp Blom summarises the development and impact of business-centric ideas in society prior to the global financial crisis of 2008:

[…] Friedrich von Hayek and Ludwig von Mises […] were Europeans who had passed their formative years in the chaotic interwar years and whose conclusion was that state intervention and planned economies were hallmarks of dictatorship […]. They believed that it was healthier to take ideology out of politics and base the workings of society on the objective, nonideological laws of the free market. […] The Enlightenment cult of reason and of the common good was replaced by the concepts of rationalization and the maximization of profits, which were applied to a reevaluation of social institutions – infrastructure, schools, universities, prisons, health care, and so on – according to business-driven criteria of profitability and cost-effectiveness. Especially in the United States but also increasingly in Europe, we began to run our societies as businesses. Beginning in the late 1970s and gaining speed in the 1980s, this gospel changed and polarized our societies – but it also provided an umbrella of meaning and necessity under which we could hide from challenges from without as well as doubts from within. For many in the West, the idea of the market became their ideological home. Living in accordance with its guiding providence and iron laws created a sense of stability, of virtue even. But 2008 shattered this collective piety and made millions understand that they had been lied to […].[1]

See also[edit]

Theory of the firm

Sources[edit]
References[edit]

Drucker, P. (1954) The Practice of Management, HarperBusiness, Reissue edition 1993, ISBN 0-88730-613-6
Fort, Timothy (2001) Ethics and Governance: Business as Mediating Institution, Oxford University Press USA, New York.
Friedman, M (1962) Capitalism and
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Procedure code

Procedure codes are a sub-type of medical classification used to identify specific surgical, medical, or diagnostic interventions. The structure of the codes will depend on the classification; for example some use a numerical system, others alphanumeric.

Contents

1 Examples of procedure codes

1.1 International
1.2 North American
1.3 European
1.4 Other

2 See also
3 References

Examples of procedure codes[edit]
International[edit]

International Classification of Primary Care (ICPC-2), as well as procedure codes; ICPC-2 also contains diagnosis codes, reasons for encounter (RFE), and process of care.
International Classification of Procedures in Medicine (ICPM) and International Classification of Health Interventions (ICHI)[1]
SNOMED CT

North American[edit]

Canadian Classification of Health Interventions (CCI) (used in Canada. Replaced CCP.) [2]
Current Dental Terminology (CDT)
Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (including Current Procedural Terminology) (for outpatient use; used in United States)
ICD-10 Procedure Coding System (ICD-10-PCS) (for inpatient use; used in United States)
ICD-9-CM Volume 3 (subset of ICD-9-CM) (formerly used in United States prior to the introduction of the ICD-10-PCS)
Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC) (used in United States) [3]
Nursing Minimum Data Set (NMDS)
Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC)

European[edit]

Classification des Actes Médicaux (CCAM) (used in France)[4]
Classificatie van verrichtingen (Dutch)
Gebührenordnung für ärzte (GOÄ) (Germany)
Nomenclature des prestations de santé de l’institut national d’assurance maladie invalidité (Belgium)
NOMESCO
OPCS-4 (used by the NHS in England)[5]
OPS-301 (adaptation of ICPM used in Germany)
Read codes, used in United Kingdom General Practice
TARMED (Switzerland)

Other[edit]

Australian Classification of Health Interventions (ACHI)[6]

See also[edit]

diagnosis code
medical classification

References[edit]

^ “WHO / International Classification of Health Interventions (ICHI)”. World Health Organization. Retrieved 2011-06-14. 
^ “CCI to Replace ICD-9 in Canada”
^ “Overview: Nursing Interventions Classification ”
^ ccam.sante.fr Archived October 16, 2005, at the Wayback Machine.
^ [1]
^ fhs.usyd.edu.au Archived June 20, 2005, at the Wayback Machine.

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Topographical codes

Terminologia

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TH
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SNOMED T axis
MeSH A axis

Diagnostic codes

general:

ICD

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