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Hunterdon Drug Awareness Program Introduces New Logo and Website with…

Delia Associates had the privilege of donating their design and website development services to the Hunterdon Drug Awareness Program (HDAP), a highly regarded organization based in Flemington, New... (PRWeb December 13, 2018) Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/hunterdon_drug_awareness_program_introduces_new_logo_and_website_with_help_of_delia_associates/prweb15983319.htm

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JSM & Associates Celebrates a Successful 2018 with Baggage…

JSM & Associates (JSM), a leading BHS Design, OAR and Operations/Maintenance firm celebrates a successful 2018 campaign of assisting clients through strategically executed BHS design, consulting,... (PRWeb December 11, 2018) Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/jsm_associates_celebrates_a_successful_2018_with_baggage_handling_system_bhs_design_and_consultancy_projects_for_airports_across_the_united_states/prweb15969128.htm

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Bodkin Design Selected US Distributor for SILIOS Technologies COLOR…

Bodkin Design has added the SILIOS line of multispectral cameras to their extensive line of snapshot hyperspectral imagers. These small, lightweight, off-the-shelf cameras will expand Bodkin Design’s... (PRWeb December 05, 2018) Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/bodkin_design_selected_us_distributor_for_silios_technologies_color_shades_multispectral_cameras/prweb15964840.htm

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I’ve got a bridge to sell you. Why AutoCAD malware keeps chugging on

Enlarge (credit: Juliancolton / Wikimedia ) Criminal hackers continue to exploit a feature in Autodesk’s widely used AutoCAD program in an attempt to steal valuable computer-assisted designs for bridges, factory buildings, and other projects, researchers said Tuesday. The attacks arrive in spear-phishing emails and in some cases postal packages that contain design documents and plans. Included in the same directory are camouflaged files formatted in AutoLISP , an AutoCAD-specific dialect of the LISP programming language. When targets open the design document, they may inadvertently cause the AutoLISP file to be executed. While modern versions of AutoCAD by default display a warning that a potentially unsafe script will run, the warnings can be disregarded or suppressed altogether. To make the files less conspicuous, the attackers have set their properties to be hidden in Windows and their contents to be encrypted. The attacks aren’t new. Similar ones occurred as long ago as 2005, before AutoCAD provided the same set of robust defenses against targeted malware it does now. The attacks continued to go strong in 2009 . A specific campaign recently spotted by security firm Forcepoint was active as recently as this year and has been active since at least 2014, an indication that malware targeting blueprints isn’t going away any time soon. Read 5 remaining paragraphs | Comments

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