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Extractions: The uses the standard DES algorithm, which uses 2 bytes of salt and is limited to 8 character long or shorter passwords. Many operating systems now have a modular system, where different algorithms are usable. Extended DES , MD5, and BlowFish are modules provided by many operating systems. The function creates a password hash from a plaintext password and a salt parameter. The salt parameter is used in different manners for each algorithm, but typically provides some "randomness" to the resulting hash. The salt parameter also is what determines the algorithm used. has the following declaration: char * crypt(const char * key , const char * salt is used for two main purposes inside of an application, creation of passwords, and verification of passwords. The standard technique for creation of passwords is to take the plaintext password from the user, create a random salt in the proper format, and call with those two parameters. The resulting string
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Extractions: @import "http://www.chips.navy.mil/issue2.css"; Under the Contract PC LAN PRICE CHANGES: As stated in the January issue, new con- tract prices went into effect as of 1 January 1992. Any order dated after that time must reflect the new prices. Updated Info Packets are available from Customer Service for distribution. CLIN 0021AL: LT Auditor is no longer a required purchase with every copy of NetWare ordered from the PC LAN contract. Only order LT Auditor if you require audit trail capabilities. However, remember it will only run in an environment where NetWare is installed. For more information concerning the capabilities of LT Auditor, please refer to the January 1992 issue of Chips. UPS MOUSE PORT INTERFACE (CLIN 0009BA): The American Power Conversions mouse port interface for the UPS consists of a cable with one 6-pin mini DIN connector for PS/2 compatible mouse ports and one 9-pin RS-232 type connector. It is intended to be used in addition with the AC power cables to attach the system to the UPS. In conjunction with the UPS (CLIN 0009AA) and NetWare's UPS NLM or SERVER. CFG file, the mouse port interface provides UPS moni- toring capabilities. If the file server experiences a power outage, the UPS is activated and all users are notified that the system is on backup power. The approximate length the file server will remain active on battery power is indicated, and users are advised to logout of the system. At the time specified in the UPS NLM or SERVER. CFG file, the file server will systematically logout all remaining users and close all open files. This logical downing of the file server prevents a potential crash and/or abrupt closing of open files. A compatibility problem has been identified between the mouse port interface for the UPS, specific AST 486/25 systems (CLIN 0006AA/AB) and NetWare v3.x UPS NLM.
Extractions: Annandale Campus Ist - Information Systems Technology NVCC Home Page Schedule Search Table of Contents Annandale Campus ... Next Page Word processing courses are listed under the AST course offerings. SIXTEEN WEEK 08/27/98 12/22/98 IST 100 INTRO. TO INFORMATION SYSTEMS 2376 01N MWF 0800-0850 CC 0234 Braccia, J 2377 02N MWF 0900-0950 CC 0234 Braccia, J 2379 03N MWF 1000-1050 CC 0234 TBA 2381 04N MWF 1100-1150 CC 0234 TBA 2383 05N MWF 1200-1250 CC 0234 TBA 2387 06N MWF 1300-1350 CC 0234 TBA 2391 07N TR 0930-1045 CC 0234 TBA 2393 08N TR 1100-1215 CC 0234 Worthington, P 2397 09N TR 1230-1345 CC 0234 TBA 2402 10N TR 1400-1515 CC 0234 TBA 2403 11N M 1630-1920 CC 0234 Clarke, D 2405 12N M 1930-2220 CC 0234 Higgins, B 2406 13N T 1930-2220 CC 0234 TBA 2408 14N W 1630-1920 CC 0234 Clarke, D 2409 15N W 1930-2220 CC 0234 TBA 2410 16N R 1630-1920 CC 0234 Atseff, V
Course Information Table CIS, 104, MCOMP AND ADV dos, 2.0, INACT, 0.0, NO CREDIT. CIS, 150, oper SYST CONCEPTS,3.0, INACT, 3.0, CS CR, NOT FOR MAJ/MIN. CIS, 158, A+operATING systems, 4.0, 4.0,CS CR. http://www.wmich.edu/admi/TCE/DATA/HF/CIS.html
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Extractions: In accordance with the project's goals, these concepts and techniques for workstation main-tenance (WS-M) at MPA should be considered as typical for WS support in the campus. In principal, the WS-M group is endeavoured to apply concepts, which are evaluated by the RUS department Workstation Concepts. All kinds of advisory support is free of charge. Students have free access to a WS pool maintained by RUS. For their accounts a full range of UIDs is separately maintained by a specific kerberos server. Filespace is located within an own AFS-cell. Both services are offered to other pools in the campus.
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Extractions: Art Act Young Child E. Mus Act Young Child E. Sci Act Young Child E. Learning w/Toys E. Emergency Care E. Infant Care E Pers Fmly Role Dev DEC(SOC) Stress Mgt in Famly DEC(SOC) DEC(SOC) Parent/Child Comm DEC(SOC) Parent/Child Comm Lab DEC(SOC) Family Comm Proc DEC(SOC) Evolving Family Roles E. E. Wrkng W/Hypr Child DEC(PSY) E. Wrkg W/Agd Prents DEC(SOC) Contmp Issues Erly Child E. Single Parent Famly DEC(SOC) Single Parent Famly Adj DEC(SOC) Single Parent Famly Mgmt DEC(SOC) Single Parent Famly Legl Issu DEC(SOC) Hlth in Early Child Settings TECH Safety in Early Child Settings TECH Demystifying Adolescence E.
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Extractions: YONTHA ATH TEACHING INTERESTS Lower and Upper Level Pure and Applied Mathematics. Probability, Statistics, Reliability Theory, Time Series, Graph Theory, Combinatorics, Discrete Math, Operations Research, and Math Education. RESEARCH INTERESTS Applied Mathematics, Probability, Statistics, Reliability Theory, Time Series, Discrete Math, Graph Theory, Combinatorics, Math Education, and Operations Research. Use of computers and computer programs in research. EDUCATION Ph.D., Applied Math/Statistics , Claremont Graduated University, Claremont, May 2000. Dissertation: Stochastic Properties of Uniformly Optimal Reliable Networks (and Their Graphs). Advisor: Milton Sobel. Committee Members: Janet Myhre, John Angus, and Henry Krieger. M.S., Mathematics, California State University, Long Beach, with honors, May 1994. B.A., Math Education and Minor in Physics, California State University Dominguez Hills, Carson, May 1992. Book
Extractions: Skip Navigation Skip to Content Skip to Search Skip to Footer ... Site Map Area Navigation Industry Solutions Networking Solutions Ordering Technical Support About Cisco Select a Location / Language Hierarchical Navigation Skip to Content SWITCHES AND HUBS CISCO LIGHTSTREAM ATM SWITCHES TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION ... Distribution Media Hardware Requirements for Upgrade Outline of Upgrade Procedures Procedure 1 Procedure 2 ... Distribution Media This chapter provides information about upgrading the LightStream 2020 enterprise ATM switch to Release 2.0.7 of LightStream software. Note If you are installing an uninitialized network processor (NP), use the installation procedures given in the LightStream 2020 Installation and Troubleshooting Manual . Use the procedures in this chapter only if you are upgrading software on a LightStream node that has already been installed and is running. Note To upgrade the network management software running on a Sun workstation, use the procedures described in
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Extractions: To the inventors, researchers, developers and programmers that make the thing useful. Actually, the computer isn't that smart at all. The only thing it can do is sense the presence or absence of a small electical impulse. The presence of an electrical charge is interpreted as a '1', and the absence of a charge is interpreted as a '0'. This is what the original programmers had to work with: Even a period, a space or a new line was represented with 1s and 0s! Almost impossible to work with, programmers had to come up with some sort of code or language that a human could understand easier. To develop a new programming language, they would also have to write a program, or code, that would automatically interpret the new language back to 1s and 0s that the computer could understand. Many different languages were developed but the early ones remained quite cryptic. Still, it was easier than writing 1s and 0s. Here's some Assembly Language: