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Ă…pent forum / UnleashSummer with Bunch O Balloons Twitter Party: June 30
« Nyeste innlegg av voesineson pĂĄ 24.06.2017, 16:04 »
The Toy Insider will host a Bunch O Balloons Twitter party, sponsored by Zuru, on Friday, June 30 from 11 a.m.-12 p.m. EST. Get stoked to get soaked in this hour full of summer fun, trivia, and wet and wild prizes using #UnleashSummer!

With Bunch O Balloons, kids can fill and tie 100 water balloons in less than 60 seconds. These sensational self-tying water balloons feature innovative O-Ring technology and Rapid Fill capabilities, so kids can say goodbye to the stress and mess of filling individual water balloons and say hello to never-ending, splash-out-loud fun! Simply connect to a hose, fill, and shake to and make hundreds of water balloons. Each 3-Pack includes more than 100 water balloons, and the balloons are biodegradable for easy cleanup.

The brand new Bunch O Balloons Filler/Soaker allows kids to fill their Bunch O Balloons without using a hose. Kids can submerge the Filler/Soaker in water and pump to fill Bunch O Balloons at any location, including the pool, the park, or any place with a water source. Best of all, the Filler/Soaker is a two-in-one device, so just reconnect the nozzle and you now have a water blaster capable of drenching your targets from up to 30 feet away!

Kids can keep the soakage going with additional Bunch O Balloons products, such as the Slingshot, which blasts balloons more than 100 feet; the Launcher, which lets kids throw the balloons up to 60 feet away; and Minions packs, which feature the mischevious characters from Despicable Me 3 for water balloon battles that are worthy of Minion madness!

During the party, four winners will win a 3-pack of Bunch O Balloons, the brand new Filler/Soaker, and a Bunch O Balloons Launcher! Plus, one lucky grand prize winner will be ready for tons of summer fun with two Minions packs, two Bunch O Balloons 3-Packs, a Filler/Soaker, a Catapult, a Slingshot, and a Launcher!

Be sure to follow @BunchOBalloons and @thetoyinsider and tweet with #UnleashSummer to learn about the easiest water balloons around!

Plus, don’t forget to follow our awesome panelists @merlotmommy, @babysavers, @therockfather, @lovepeacemommy, and @allmommywants!
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SpaceX succeeded in its second attempt to launch NROL-76, a classified payload and its first big contract for the U.S. military via the National Reconnaissance Organization (the NRO). While SpaceX couldn’t reveal what the rocket was brining to orbit, it still broadcast the rocket taking off from is LC-39A facility at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

The rocket lifted off from LC-39A at 7:15 AM EDT as planned, ascending quickly to its target orbit. The first stage separated as planned, and set off to return to Earth via a planned controlled landing at LZ-1, SpaceX’s landing pad at Cape Canaveral.

The first launch attempt on Sunday, April 30 was scrubbed due to a sensor issue with just 52 seconds left to go before liftoff. The launch today was a close call, due to high altitude wind velocity, and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk notes that it was actually very, very near to being called off given maximum loads on the Falcon 9 spacecraft.

After the first stage of the rocket separated from the NROL-76 payload and Falcon 9 second stage, it returned to Earth as planned and was recovered by SpaceX via a controlled landing at their LZ-1 landing location at Cape Canaveral in Florida.
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« Nyeste innlegg av kerstine_shaw71 pĂĄ 24.03.2017, 21:09 »
En lysande fristående, bakåtvänd hästtransport konstruerad för att bära två hästar och alla dina klibbighet och utrustning, som samtidigt kompakt och lätt att dra. Andra ägare med en mycket gott skick, har endast använts några gånger.
Slag och föränderliga område är helt skild från hästområdet. De låga, breda sidoramp och rampdörrar gör lastning mycket lättare och säkrare.

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Brudgummar dörr fönster
Lätt rena GRP grindar

Fyra helt bromsade hjul med lågprofildäck och fälgar, mycket bra däck för vinter och sommar situationer.
Slag och föränderliga område är helt skild från hästområdet. Den är försedd med två sadel rack, två betselhyllor och separata klädkrokar .
Den låga, breda sidan ramp med ramp dörrar gör lastning mycket lättare och säkrare.

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Axel 1: 1300kg
Axel 2: 1300kg
Bruttovikt : 2600kg

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Ă…pent forum / Hei!
« Nyeste innlegg av Splmamma pĂĄ 05.02.2017, 13:01 »
Ny islandshest eier;) ville bare si hei! Stolt eier av Keilir fra Kolnes pĂĄ 12 ĂĄr:)
We have massive DDoS attached that happens in the Internet and the Cat Rings site also encounter the same problem and hoping it will be solved soon.
On Friday morning, I awoke to find that our company-wide single sign-on and cloud storage was disrupted due to the massive distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack against domain host Dyn.

This attack was big, disrupting consumer services like Spotify and Netflix, all the way to enterprise-grade providers like Heroku and Zendesk. Once the dust has settled, it’s likely that this attack will have impacted more people, in more ways, than any other in memory.

A DoS attack is an attempt to make something on the network unavailable to users, for example, a website. A distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) is when the attack is launched by many unique IP addresses—or, as in this case, devices—all aiming traffic at one or multiple targets. The target simply crumbles under the pressure of so much traffic.

In the past few weeks, hackers have upped the DDoS stakes in a big way. Starting with the attack on and increasing in severity from there, hundreds of thousands of devices have been used to perpetrate these actions. A number that dwarfs previous attacks by orders of magnitude.

While it isn’t yet confirmed, evidence points to the attack that we saw on Friday morning following this same playbook, but being perpetrated on a much larger scale, relying on Internet of Things (IoT) devices rather than computers and servers to carry out an attack.

In fact, in all likelihood an army of surveillance cameras attacked Dyn. Why surveillance cameras?  Because many of the security cameras used in homes and business around the world typically run the same or similar firmware produced by just a few companies.

This firmware is now known to contain a vulnerability that can easily be exploited, allowing the devices to have their sights trained on targets like Dyn. What’s more, many still operate with default credentials — making them a simple, but powerful target for hackers.

Why is this significant? The ability to enslave these video cameras has made it easier and far cheaper to create botnets at a scale that the world has never seen before. If someone wants to launch a DDoS attack, they no longer have to purchase a botnet—they can create their own using a program that was dumped on the internet just a few weeks ago.

Moreover, DDoS attacks aren’t the only problem with vulnerable IoT devices: these devices can also be a pathway for hackers to get behind a company’s firewall.

The other reason why this is so significant is that, by most accounts, we are extremely unprepared to secure our devices from being taken over. Early government and commercial efforts have focused on how manufacturers can build better security into devices. But this is problematic for a couple reasons, not the least of which is that IoT devices cannot run traditional

But this is problematic for a couple reasons, not the least of which is that IoT devices cannot run traditional cyber security software.

As a result, there are fewer “tools in the shed” to protect the IoT than there are for computers that run traditional operating systems. Some IoT devices can be patched, others can’t. For the device that can be patched, this is a very manual process and not something that is routinely done.

What’s the answer here?  As with everything with cybersecurity, there is no silver bullet. Even when it comes to IoT, we have to remember one of the fundamental tenets of this field: defense in depth. Moving beyond the acknowledged need to be better at patching devices, we must then ask if devices are protected by a robust perimeter security solution and are continuously monitored for suspicious behavior.

We can debate the merits of the different approaches but the point is that all of the necessary levels and approaches are being considered and that we do not have device tunnel vision.

We do not need to reinvent the wheel when it comes to protecting networks from IoT.  But we need to recognize that massive DDoS attacks utilizing IoT devices have the potential to undermine the reliability and availability of the internet. With the backbone of our economy relying on it, it’s time to get serious about fighting these hackers. The first thing we need is to prevent our devices from being used as ammunition.
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Apple’s new Home app in iOS 10 promotes HomeKit to a built-in app with Control Center access, but a few accessories require firmware updates to fully work with the new home automation software. Schlage Sense Smart Deadbolt was previously in this camp, and today Schlage is announcing that its Sense Smart Deadbolt is fully compatible with Apple’s new Home app.

The latest version of the Schlage Sense app is needed to update the Smart Deadbolt to fully work with Apple’s Home app, then you can lock and unlock the smart lock from Control Center on your iPhone or iPad or use your voice with Siri on your iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch. HomeKit also allows you to automate actions like locking and unlocking your door when you leave or arrive home, or locking your door automatically when you go to bed.

Schlage Sense Smart Deadbolt also features a keypad on the hardware for keyless entry for time you don’t want to use Siri or automation. This is especially useful for guests and family as you can store up to 30 passcodes at a time. Schlage also allows you to view lock activity in its app so you can see when your kids get home and make sure your door is locked when you’re away.

We haven’t had the chance to check out Schlage Sense Smart Deadbolt yet but we’re still awaiting a similar update from August Smart Lock (review) with iOS 10’s Home app so it’s good news to see progress in this space sooner than later. Hopefully we can go hands-on with Schlage Sense Smart Deadbolt in the near future too. Version 2 of the Schlage Sense app also enables alerts for lock activity.
What’s New in Version 2.0

– Includes lock firmware update for Apple’s Home app in iOS 10 – Adds support for lock/unlock notifications

Schlage Sense Smart Deadbolt goes for $229 on Amazon, Apple, and You can download Schlage Sense’s latest app update for free on the App Store.

Also happening today in the smart home space, Canary has announced a its new Flex camera which is fitted for use inside or outdoors. There’s no mention of HomeKit support, however, but we’ll update if we learn otherwise. Find out more soon on
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