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    Nt1310 Unit 5 Lab 3

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    Jonathan Desmond DCN Lab 5 Kali Kali is a live Linux distribution which can be put onto a USB and loaded directly onto a computer. Kali, having being bundled with a variety of testing tools such as Wireshark and Metasploit Framework, is utilized to assess the security of a target machine. The creator of Kali, Mati Aharoni first thought of the idea during a consultation which banned the use of external hardware as well as the stipulation that client computers could only be used if the data remained untouched. He then thought to use a live Linux distribution to assess the client’s security flaws. From that day, he eventually developed and perfected the Kali Linux distribution. As stated previously, Kali comes bundled with a variety of features and one of the main networking analysis tools included is Wireshark. Wireshark is an open source GUI based packet analyzer with features such as the ability to live capture of packets as well as the ability to detect VoIP calls. Each packet is also colour coded to differentiate between the different locations and protocols. Another networking tool included with Kali is Nmap which can be utilized to create a map of the network by using packets to determine information such as, a network’s hosts and the services they run, along with the network’s firewalls. Other features of Nmap include the ability to detect the host operating system and the discovery of open ports. Maltego is another networking tool packaged with Kali which can be used…

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    Upon finding out I had to use a Linux for a week I was a little concerned. I have had prior interest with the open source operating system but never enough to actually want to put it on my machine.I have read and heard horror stories that certain drivers couldn 't be found or that wireless couldn 't be enabled in the system due to multiple reasons. But, I went in with an open mind and was pleasntly surprised with the outcome and ease of access that Ubuntu made available to me. Installation was…

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    Amd Xx-8320 Unit 5

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    If you don’t know anything about central processing units, then you should probably go sky diving and jump without a parachute. Today, we will deliberate about the revolutionary technology that is being brought to us by AMD and Intel. Before we start, I would like to clear any confusion by going over terms that should be discerned and understood. Overclocking is the process that involves virtually increasing the speed/frequency of a processor. Cores and threads are the exact same thing, and they…

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    The specification of hardware is GPU used : NVIDIA GTX280 (has about 30 multiprocessors each with 8 processors, frequency is 1.29 GHz) CPU used : Intel i5D, 4 cores, frequency of 2.67 GHz. GPU memory, bandwidth : 1 GB, 141.7GB/s To get a more clear picture speedup calculated only after the I/O file is completed. Results that are obtained from the proposed differential (data size dependent) approach are compared with other approaches like HP_k_means (for smaller hence low-dimension data),…

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    The combined output is 3.2 gigabits per second and it can forward up to 40 Megabits per second for all packet dimensions. It uses a consolidated route lookup engine, common memory and the Packet Forwarding Engine is applied in application explicit integrated circuits. Usage of ASICs encourages effectual measure of data packets through the system. Packets run over the Packet Forwarding Engine in sequence. First packets reach at a receiving PIC interface. Then the PIC permits the packets to flow…

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    Third Computer System

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    What size would you want the third computer system to be? (low range) When building a computer system, the first step is choosing the case size of the computer system and this is exactly what we will do first. So, after discussing with the client the first question we asked was what case size the user would want. As this is the third and cheapest computer system we are designing, the client opted for a smaller size case. The user requested the height of the case to be anywhere between 5-12…

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    RESULTS AND DISCUSSION In order to investigate the performance of SFSA and ISFSA, simulation is carried out to eight test systems with and without integration of renewables. MATLAB 7.8 is the solution platform and the hardware configuration is Intel core i5 processor with 2GHz speed and 4 GB RAM. Parameter Selection of SFSA As SFSA is a heuristic method, it also requires optimal tuning parameter to discover global optima solution. In order to investigate best optimal tuning parameter of SFSA,…

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    SECTION A: ARDUINO BOARD Fig 1. Arduino Uno board 1. ATMEGA328P MICROCONTROLLER FUNCTION: ATMEGA328P is a microcontroller from the AVR family; it is an 8-bit device, which means that its data-bus architecture and internal registers are designed to handle 8 parallel data signals. It has 3 types of memory: • FLASH MEMORY: It is used for storing application, which explains why you don’t need to upload your application every time you unplug Arduino from its power source. • SRAM MEMORY: Storing…

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    All parts of Adam’s computer can be found online on Amazon and Newegg. The PC Adam is interested in having is a productivity/gaming PC, the components of the computers picked will work well together in order to satisfy his needs. He states ‘the main things I use for my computer are for gaming, running server applications like web and file servers and doing a lot of virtualization, which is running several operating systems inside of the main operating system.” Based on his preferences I’ve…

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    1. What is the purpose of an interrupt? Answer: Interrupts are signals caused between execution.In other mean it is the signal sent to the CPU by external devices.It tell the CPU to stop its current activity and execute the specific part of the operating system. Interrupts are most important as they give user the better control over the computer. Without interrupts, a user have to wait for a given task to complete in a specific time management with the higher…

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