How to Install Your Own Security System | Ask This Old House

Kevin O’Connor helps a homeowner install a wireless alarm system. (See below for the shopping list, tools, and steps.) SUBSCRIBE to This Old House: Shopping List for How to Install Your Own Security System: – Wireless alarm system – Smoke and carbon monoxide detectors – Video security camera Tools List for How to Install Your Own Security System: – Cordless drill Steps for How to Install Your Own Security System: 1. Pick a central location in the house and plug the base station into an electrical outlet. 2. Install an entry sensor on the front door by first pulling the plastic tab to activate the internal battery. 3. Peel off the protective paper from the back of the battery sensor to expose the adhesive strip. Press the sensor onto the door. 4. Remov

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Describe VLAN hopping, VLAN Double Tagging and STP Attacks

Get 30% off ITprotv.com with PROMO CODE CCNADT https:// Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCNADailyTIPS Previous Video: https://youtu.be/M93wGykQpXo VLAN hopping In a basic VLAN hopping attack , the attacker takes advantage of the fact that Dynamic Trunking Protocol (DTP) is enabled by default on most switches. The network attacker configures a system to use DTP to negotiate a trunk link to the switch. As a result, the attacker is a member of all the VLANs that are trunked on the switch and can “hop” between VLANs. In other words, the attacker can send and receive traffic on all those VLANs. The best way to prevent a basic VLAN hopping attack is to turn off DTP on all ports, and explicitly configure trunking mode or access mode as appropriate on each port. VL

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RFID Controller Chip/Circuit: Need Your Support: Eye-On-Stuff

Please consider donating to my channel so I can make more videos for you: All my videos are here: https:// In this video, I show and demonstrate my RFID Controller circuit design. I use a 28pin Pic16F876-20 microcontroller. This is a single chip solution. No development board or coding required. Features Include: Ability to program up to 8 RFID tags (125Khz) into memory, Add or Delete tags from memory, Includes qty 2 Master programming credit card size tags for enabling the programming mode. Master tags also trigger outputs. The design provides 5 outputs: 2second momentary H-L, 5second momentary H-L, 5second momentary L-H, Toggle H-L, and Toggle L-H. The outputs allow you to control relays, so

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How to Build an Ethereum Mining Rig

The meteoric rise of ethereum has fueled something of a gold rush for people looking to get in on the action by mining ether themselves. This requires building a custom “mining” computer from scratch, which isn’t quite as hard as it sounds. In this how-to video, Motherboard contributor Daniel Oberhaus walks you through the step-by-step instructions for building an ethereum mining rig from the ground up. By the end of the tutorial you’ll be well on your way to mining ether and contributing to the maintenance of the ethereum network with your own computing power. MATERIALS LIST: (1) MSI Z-170a Motherboard – (2) 470rx Gigabyte graphics processing units – (2) powered risers – (8) ½ in. aluminum angles, cut to

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ASP.NET Core 2.2 – Role Based Authorization Tutorial with Example API

How to download, run and test an example ASP.NET Core 2.2 Role Based Authorization API with Postman. FULL TUTORIAL: SUBSCRIBE TO SEE MORE: https:// BLOG: TWITTER: https://twitter.com/jason_watmore GITHUB: https://github.com/cornflourblue

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How AI is Transforming the Enterprise (Cloud Next '19)

AI is no magic pixie dust to sprinkle on your existing applications to make then “intelligent”. It is a use-case driven custom integration of key fundamental building blocks. During this session, Andrew Moore will walk you through some of the more advanced AI deployments he’s seen during his career at Google and as an academic and also how GCP and Google Cloud AI services will help you inject intelligence into your apps. Transforming Enterprises with AI → Watch now: Next ‘19 All Sessions playlist → https://bit.ly/Next19AllSessions Subscribe to the Google Cloud Channel → https://bit.ly/GoogleCloud1 Speaker(s): Andrew Moore, Rajen Sheth Session ID: SPTL106 fullname:Andrew Moore,Rajen Sheth;

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SecIndGroup.com question of the day: Ep. 7 – What is UHF?

Episode 7: “Hey Maarten, what is the best way to identify vehicles?” Maarten Mijwaart from SecIndGroup.com tries answering questions that are relevant to the security industry. This week’s question: What is UHF? UHF is an acronym for Ultra High Frequency. It refers to the badwidth between 300 MHz and 3000 MHz. In security we most often use approximately 900 MHz. UHF was first used in logistics as an alternative to barcodes (read multiple tags on objects remotely, for example for inventory management). The GS1 EPC Gen II standard allows that a reader from vendor A will read tags from vendor B. Version 2 of the standard adds encryption to the communication to support tag authentication. There are many suppliers of UHF readers. Each reader has it’s own features and characteristics (ante

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Top 5 BEST VPN Services: Get Yourself Protected!

Techlore Website: https://techlore.tech Patreon: https:// The 5 Best VPNs in the year of 2018 to help you browse the web securely, privately, and anonymously. Use a VPN to mask your IP Address, protect yourself from ISP or hacker snooping, and bypass regional restrictions. In this full video review, I dive through the top VPNs in the world with a large amount of servers, high access speeds, and most importantly high security. Additionally, I look into the overall usage of the programs, the customization offered, price comparisons, and many other factors when fully reviewing the service. These VPNs are for all devices ranging from iPhones, iPads, Android devices, Macs, and PC’s (Windows). You can also install them on your home router to have them work with other dev

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Angular: XSS without HTML tags

Retrieving parameters from the user and later displaying them on the website always carries risk of XSS attack. But can you perform such attack without using the html tag? Subscribe: https:// XSS happens when an unauthorized JavaScript code executes on our website. Why is this attack dangerous? Using this code, we can steal the data of current user and perform some action on his behalf. For example, post a post on a page or delete a photo. When we google for XSS payloads, we can find many pages that provide a list of potential text strings used by pentesters. It is a common practice to use the alert() function, which displays a popup with our message in the browser’s window. If with use of these payloads, we make it to display a popup, it

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You Won't Believe How MUCH Has Changed!

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