Monthly Archives: July 2016

HP LaserJet P4015N Monochrome Workgroup Network Laser Printer (CB509A)

Posted by on 31 July, 2016

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Cisco 2821 Gigabit Ethernet Integrated Services Router (CISCO2821)

Posted by on 31 July, 2016

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$249.99 – Dell OptiPlex 790 USFF Computer Core i5-2400S 2.5GHz 4GB 500GB DVD-RW Win 7 Pro

Posted by on 30 July, 2016

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Hands-on review: BT Smart Hub

Posted by on 30 July, 2016

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BT is the last of the big internet service providers in the UK, after Virgin Media, Sky and TalkTalk, to introduce an upgrade to its router, more than two years after the last one, the Home Hub 5, came to market.

The Smart Hub (notice the subtle name change, although effectively this is the Home Hub 6) claims to have the most powerful Wi-Fi signal in the UK thanks to its seven antennas, more than its main rivals.

It also packs some clever technology that reduces interference, improving reliability by reducing the number of dropouts. Another nifty piece of tech, BT Smart Scan, seamlessly swaps channels in the background to dodge any congestion.

BT Smart Hub rear

There are plenty of little details that BT engineers and designers seem to have worked on with the Smart Hub, starting from the box. It is slim enough to slip through most letterboxes according to BT, which is done to encourage self-installation and therefore reduce the cost of visits for BT.

Furthermore, the instructions are printed on the inside of the box and BT encourages its existing users to recycle their old routers by shipping them back in said packaging.

It’s also worth noting that the lights on the router can be switched off or dimmed, and the lights and icons present on the Home Hub 5 have been removed to avoid confusion.

You will still need to check the user guide to interpret the hub lights though (no lights, green light, flashing orange, flashing purple, steady orange, red and blue).

BT gives you three copies of your Hub details (SSID, admin password for hub manager and wireless password or key). Two of those are on the router itself, and one is available on a sticker, handy if your router is located far from your home office for example.

BT Smart Hub front

The hub is much taller than the one it replaces, but shares a lot in common with its predecessor. At the back, there are four Ethernet ports (all Gigabit capable), a USB port, a power in socket, a power on/off button, an RJ11 broadband socket and a factory reset button. On one side of the router is a WPS Wi-Fi setup button.

We don’t know who built the BT Smart Hub but we suspect it is either Arcadyan or Sagemcom, the outsourced manufacturers for the Home Hub 5, the current BT router which is still being sold for £129.

We did manage to open up the device but failed to recognise or indeed log any meaningful indicators except for the character string RTV1906VW-D18. All of the major components were hidden under a metal cap which prevented us from identifying them.

That was not the only surprise that BT had in store for us. There seems to be two versions of this router as well, aimed at two categories of customers according to the moderator of BT’s customer forum.

The first one – the one we got for review – has four GbE ports and is meant for FTTC (Fibre to the Cabinet) and ADSL customers. The second one is for FTTP (Fibre to the Premises) customers, and in this variant one of the GbE ports has been configured to work as a WAN port for the ONT (Optical Network Terminal) connection.

BT Smart Hub interface

Unlike some of its competitors, the Smart Hub offers only one SSID by default which combines both 2.4GHz and 5GHz signals.

As for the configuration manager, it is far more intuitive than you’d expect with clearly identified, logically grouped sections: My Devices, Wireless, Status, Help, Hub Light Control, Broadband Test, Smart Setup, Restart and Advanced Settings.

The latter is where all the fun is, allowing the more expert user to tinker with port forwarding or UPnP.

BT Smart Hub interface 2

Early verdict

Sadly, we couldn’t fully test the Smart Hub; as a Virgin Media customer, we had the wrong type of router sent to us (the one without a WAN port) – not that this was anyone’s fault.

The Smart Hub is available for new BT customers for free on BT Infinity Broadband. Those on standard BT broadband can upgrade for a fee (to get the router free, as it were) or they can buy a BT Smart Hub for £50, an £80 saving.

Non-BT customers can make their way to eBay where they will find quite a few Smart Hubs already on sale despite being launched just a few weeks ago. Just be aware that you will need the WAN-enabled version to make the most out of it.

Note: We’ve asked BT to send us the other version of the Smart Hub router and will update this review as soon as possible.

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$199.99 – Dell OptiPlex 790 Ultra Small Form Factor i5-2400S 2.5GHz 4GB 500GB Windows7Home

Posted by on 30 July, 2016

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Dedrone partners with Airbus to bring drone detection to wide open spaces including airports

Posted by on 29 July, 2016

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A startup that helps businesses determine when drones are flying unwantedly or otherwise into their airspace, Dedrone, has partnered with the electronics division of civil aircraft manufacturers Airbus to bring drone detection to wide open spaces and remote locations.

Through their partnership, Dedrone will integrate Airbus’s long range radar technology into its systems which are comprised of ground-based sensors and data analytics and reporting software in the cloud.

The radar (and data from it) expands the range of the startup’s drone detection systems to a radius of up to 3 kilometers in open spaces, according to Dedrone CEO Joerg Lamprecht.

Dedrone’s standard hardware is more for distributed use. The sensors are set up all around data centers which are often surrounded by trees, embassies, corporate campuses, or stadiums where a small drone could fly not just overhead but indoors and near windows attempting to capture images or hack into internal systems.

But if a business owns and operates something like an airport, water treatment facility, nuclear power plant, or test tracks where new vehicles are driven and safety-tested, Dedrone hardware with long-range communication capabilities via Airbus radar could allow a more centralized set up.

Lamprecht noted, “We have always integrated the best available technology on the market into our systems. We have had surveillance cameras, mics, frequency scanners and now we have the power of the Airbus radar, which will allow us to reach into new industries.”

Dedrone focuses on drone detection and monitoring, not counter measures to bring unmanned aerial vehicles down, or block them from entering a particular space.

Opening up its systems, and integrating with new hardware and data sources like those from Airbus, allows Dedrone to work increasingly in conjunction with other physical and aerial security systems, for example, jamming units that could force a drone to land before crashing into critical infrastructure.

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New Android Trojan SpyNote leaks on underground forums

Posted by on 29 July, 2016

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A new and potent Android Trojan has been leaked on several underground forums, making it available for free to less resourceful cybercriminals who are now likely to use it in attacks.

The Trojan app is called SpyNote and allows hackers to steal users’ messages and contacts, listen in on their calls, record audio using the device’s built-in microphone, control the device camera, make rogue calls and more.

According to researchers from Palo Alto Networks, SpyNote does not require root access to a device, but does prompt users for a long list of permissions on installation. The Trojan can also update itself and install other rogue applications on the device.

It’s not clear yet how attackers intend to distribute it to victims, because researchers haven’t observed attacks in the wild using it. However, they believe that such attacks are very likely giving that the SpyNote builder is now available for free.

The builder is a Windows application that can be used to generate customized versions of the malicious SpyNote APK (Android application package). Attackers can modify parameters like the app’s name, icon and command server.

Most malicious Android applications are distributed from third-party websites and require devices to allow the installation of apps from “unknown sources.” This feature is turned off on Android devices by default.

From time to time, malware also slips through Google’s defenses and makes its way to the official Play Store.

Another possibility is manual installation of the Trojan app on an unsupervised device, for example by a jealous spouse, a business partner, or an ill-intended colleague. There have been cases where users have received pre-infected devices as gifts from people who wished to spy on them.

Newer versions of Android have antimalware features like Verify Apps and SafetyNet that can detect and block known malware applications when their installation is attempted and even if “unknown sources” is allowed on the device.

As a general rule, “installing apps from third-party sources can be very risky — those sources often lack the governance provided by official sources such as the Google Play Store, which, even with detailed procedures and algorithms to weed out malicious applications, is not impregnable,” the Palo Alto Networks researchers said in a blog post. “Side-loading apps from questionable sources exposes users and their mobile devices to a variety of malware and possible data loss.”

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Cisco 2801 Router w/ VWIC2-2MFT-T1/E1, WIC 1DSU-T1 V2, WIC 1B-U V2, VIC2-2FX0

Posted by on 29 July, 2016

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Cisco 2801 Router w/ VWIC2-2MFT-T1/E1, WIC 1DSU-T1 V2, WIC 1B-U V2, VIC2-2FX0

Overview:

Enjoy lightning-fast browsing speeds with the Cisco 2801 high-speed router. This Cisco wired router features 4 WAN interface card slots to connect to multiple media devices. Additionally, this Cisco wired router also supports two 10/100 fast Ethernet ports that connect to two computers without compromising on data speeds. Moreover, this high-speed router features the ability to deliver multiple high-quality simultaneous services at wire speed up to multiple T1/E1/xDSL connections. Additionally with intrusion prevention system and firewall functions, the Cisco 2801 enables you to prevent your network from being breached.

Key Features

  • 2 FastEthernet interfaces
  • 1 Serial interface
  • 1 ISDN Basic Rate interface
  • 2 Channelized (E1 or T1)/PRI ports
  • 2 Voice FXO interfaces
  • 2 DSPs, 32 Voice resources

Specifications

  • Brand: Cisco
  • Model: 2800
  • MPN: CISCO2801 V03
  • Number of Ports: 2 x 10/100 FE Ports
  • Processor: (C2801-SPSERVICESK9-M), Version 15.1(4)M1, Cisco 2801 (revision 6.0)
  • Memory: 292864K & 125440K bytes of Flash Mem
  • Image Part Number: c2801-spservicesk9-mz.151-4.M1.bin
  • Modules: 1xVWIC2-2MFT-T1/E1, 1xWIC 1DSU-T1 V2, 1xWIC 1B-U V2,1xVIC2-2FX0
  • Rack Mounts included
  • Includes a power cable

This item was removed from a working environment. It has been Power On Tested only. Any configurations and passwords may need to cleared before use. There may be minor scratches, nominal discoloration and some scuff marks.
No other accessories are included.

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Cisco 1760 Modular Access Fast Ethernet Router w/ 1xVIC 2FXO-M1,1xVIC2-2FXO

Posted by on 29 July, 2016

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Cisco CISCO2801 Integrated Services Router – 2 x 10/100 BASE-T ports

Overview:

The Cisco 1760 Modular Access Router offers small to medium-sized businesses and small enterprise branch offices a 19-inch rack-mount access solution designed to enable them to grow their e-business capabilities. The two different versions of the Cisco 1760 Modular Access Router, the base version Cisco 1760 and the pre-configured version Cisco 1760-V, address the needs of customers who want to deploy e-business applications – now or in the future.

Specifications

  • Brand: Cisco
  • Model: 1700
  • MPN: Cisco 1760
  • Number of Ports: 1 FastEthernet interface, 4 Voice FXO interfaces
  • Modules: VIC 2FXO-M1, VIC2-2FXO
  • Processor: (C1700-IPVOICEK9-M), Version 12.4(21a), Cisco 1760 (MPC860P) processor (revision 0x300)
  • Memory: 89438K & 65536K bytes of Flash Mem
  • Image Part Number: c1700-ipvoicek9-mz.124-21a.bin
  • Rack Mounts included
  • Includes a power cable

This item was removed from a working environment. It has been Power On Tested only. Any configurations and passwords may need to cleared before use. There may be minor scratches, nominal discoloration and some scuff marks.
No other accessories are included.

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Lenovo ThinkCentre M71Z All-In-One Desktop Core i5-2400S 2.5GHz 4GB 500GB DVD-RW

Posted by on 29 July, 2016

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Lenovo ThinkCentre M71Z All-In-One Desktop

Overview:

Save 65% desk space by introducing the Lenovo ThinkCentre M72z All-in-One (AIO) desktop in your office. Streamline business expansion and workspace management without the hassles of a heavy desktop. The compact AIO helps you increase enterprise productivity by accommodating new personal easily in a shrinking workspace. Besides, do all these without sacrificing desktop performance with the Intel H61 chipset and 3rd generation Intel Core processors.

Experience smooth VoIP functionality while working with the ThinkCentre M72z. Enhance desktop communication using the Communication Utility, optimized camera and array microphone. This AIO offers the reliable data security of TPM. Additionally, the desktop PC Auto Lock enables intuitive data protection while you are away from your desk.

Specifications:

  • Model: ThinkCentre M72Z All-In-One
  • Machine Part Number: 1782
  • Screen Size: 20″
  • Display: Wide LED 16:9 (1600×900)
  • Processor: Intel Quad Core i5-2400S 2.5GHz 6MB Cache
  • Memory: 4GB DDR3 1333 MHz PC3-10600 RAM
  • Hard Drive: 500 GB SATA
  • Optical Drive: DVD-RW
  • Webcam: None
  • Graphics Processing: ATI Onega Integrated Graphics card
  • Chipset: Intel H61 Express
  • COA – No Operating System Installed: Windows 7 Home Premium

Package Contents:

  • ThinkCentre M71Z AIO
  • Wired Mouse
  • Wired Keyboard
  • DisplayPort Cable
  • Power Cable
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