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Acer TravelMate TimelineX 8372T-484G16Mnkk User Guide Manual ...

Information for your safety and comfort Safety instructions Read these instructions carefully. Keep this document for future reference. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product. Turning the product off before cleaning Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning. CAUTION for plug as disconnecting device Observe the following guidelines when connecting and disconnecting power to the power supply unit: Install the power supply unit before connecting the power cord to the AC power outlet. Unplug the power cord before removing the power supply unit from the computer. If the system has multiple sources of power, disconnect power from the system by unplugging all power cords from the power supplies. CAUTION for Accessibility Be sure that the power outlet you plug the power cord into is easily accessible and located as close to the equipment operator as possible. When you need to disconnect power to the equipment, be sure to unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet. CAUTION for bundled dummy cards (only for certain models) Your computer shipped with plastic dummies installed in the card slots. Dummies protect unused slots from dust, metal objects or other particles. Save the dummies for use when no cards are in the slots.

Protect yourself from phishing attacks

The term 'phishing' derives from the idea of fishing -- fishing for information. It refers to a type of internet fraud that attempts to collect sensitive financial information. Typically, a fraudulent email is used for this. The fraud disguises as a trustworthy entity to trick people into revealing information such as user name and password, address and phone number, PAN card number, date of birth, ATM/Credit card number, card validation code, etc. They lure the unsuspecting into financial ruin. According to the Anti-Phishing Working Group, an international consortium, there were at least 115,565 unique phishing attacks worldwide during the second-half of 2013. These attacks were carried out by using 82,163 unique domain names, which were registered maliciously. Top five top-level domains used for the purpose were .COM, .TK, .PW, .INFO, .NET, and .CF. The targets mostly included large and small banks in Latin America, India, and the Arab world. It appears that almost any enterprise wi

DeviceNet Configuration Software WS02 Data Sheet - Omron

DeviceNet Configuration Software Set Up and Monitor DeviceNet Network and Access Smart Functionality ■ Configures DeviceNet using equipment from Omron and other suppliers ■ Optimizes performance of CJ1W and CS1W DeviceNet masters and Omron DRT2 smart slaves ■ Monitors factory floor network via Ethernet connection ■ Monitors data automatically collected by Omron smart DRT2 slaves: - communication voltage - communication errors - operation duration - number of operations - analog value scaling in meaningful engineering units - analog value integral function - analog value comparator ■ Reduced-cost software upgrade for PCMCIA or ISA configurator for C200H and CV Series PLCs Minimum System Requirements Computer: IBM PC/AT or compatible Operating system: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT4.0 or Me DeviceNet network connection: Dedicated ISA board or PCMCIA card; serial connection from COM port of computer; Ethernet connection from Ethernet port of computer CPU: Pentium 166 MHz or higher Memory: 32 Mbytes Hard disk: A minimum of 15 Mbytes For more information, contact an Omron representative at 1-847-843-7900 1 WS02-CFDC1-E WS02-CFDC1-E Functions and Features ■ Software Functions Setup Monitoring • Master device parameter settings for Omron DeviceNet Master modules. • Remote I/O master user-set allocations (with a scan list). • The node address order can be set as desired. Two output blocks and two input blocks can be allocated. (See Note 1) • Remote I/O slave user-set allocations. • Setting master remote I/O communications connections. • Setting slave remote I/O communications connections. • Enabling or disabling device data checks through remote I/O communications (checks on slave vendor, device type, and product code data). • Setting an explicit message monitor timer list. • Setting a COS/cyclic heart beat timer value. • Setting the communications cycle time. • Setting parameters for slaves (including other manufacturers' slaves). • Setting node addresses and baud rates. • Setting I/O comments (for slave I/O data). Note: 1. To use the Configurator to construct a DeviceNet network or make master or slave settings, the EDS file is required. If other manufacturers’ slaves are used, obtain the correct EDS file from the manufacturer. 2. A device Parameter Wizard is supported for the Master. 3. Using remote I/O master user-set allocations eliminates restrictions on node addresses. Also, a number of masters can be mounted to the PLC with no allocations area duplication.

Subaru Remote Programming - Advanced Diagnostics USA

Subaru Remote Programming (Type 2) PLEASE NOTE: REQUIRES SUBARU KEY PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE & SOFTWARE VERSION 10.05 OR HIGHER (BETA AT THE TIME OF THIS PUBLICATION). These instructions are just for the remote which programs separate from the transponder. The following vehicles are supported: YEAR 2005 MAKE Subaru MODEL Outback 2.5XT/3.0R 2006 2006 2006 Subaru Subaru Subaru B9 Tribeca Legacy Outback 2007 2007 2007 Subaru Subaru Subaru B9 Tribeca Legacy Outback 2008 2008 2008 2008 Subaru Subaru Subaru Subaru Impreza Legacy Outback Tribeca 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 Subaru Subaru Subaru Subaru Subaru Forester Impreza Legacy Outback Tribeca 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 Subaru Subaru Subaru Subaru Subaru Forester Impreza Legacy Outback Tribeca 2011 Subaru Forester Photo # 1 OPEN UP THE REMOTE TO OBTAIN THE REQUIRED 8 DIGIT ID CODE THAT SHOULD BE LOCATED ON A WHITE STICKER ATTACHED TO THE CIRCUIT BOARD. THE TOP LINE IS THE CODE YOU NEED. (11562847 IN THE PHOTO) NOTE: EACH REMOTE WILL HAVE ITS OWN UNIQUE ID CODE. COPYRIGHT ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS USA INC. 2012 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED PROGRAMMING SEQUENCE Select: Subaru/ USA/ Remotes/ Type2 CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE 2 This Procedure requires SMC (Smart Card) COPYRIGHT ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS USA INC. 2012 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Using the touch screen on the PRO Enter the 8 digit code from the remote label found inside the remote (See Photo #1 on Page 1 Touch the CHECK MARK on the touch screen to program the remote code displayed on the screen VERY IMPORTANT: Please Wait 20-30 seconds before testing the remote CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Identity Theft

Identity theft has become one of the biggest concerns for Americans. However, it is also one of the most misunderstood subjects among consumers. We are always looking for ways to protect ourselves from fraud. Credit card fraud or identity theft can turn your life upside down, especially if you have to spend time with law enforcement or incur legal charges. It’s always best to prevent identity theft instead of trying to fix problems once they start. There are plenty of ways that you can make yourself safer as a consumer. If you follow some of the steps below, you are much less likely to become a victim of identity theft. Fake Wi-Fi Hotspots While public Wi-Fi hotspots are extremely convenient, they can also be very dangerous. Make sure you avoid generic Wi-Fi hotspots names, such as “Hotel Wi-Fi” or “Airport Wi-Fi.” Once you log into a fake Wi-Fi hotspot, thieves can gain access to everything in your phone, tablet or computer. That means usernames, passwords, credit card numbers and an

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Voice Alarm System (VAS) Overview
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The Totalflow Voice Alarm System (VAS) is a Microsoft Windows based program designed to call specified meter technicians, producers, etc., in the event of an alarm condition detected on any Totalflow FCU, RTU or AIU. A person with a valid access code can call into the system and request the current information from any Totalflow FCU or RTU assigned to his or her access code. With the appropriate rights, the caller can send commands to the device directly from the phone. Supports Totalflow Alarm Formats ◊ Device Poll ◊ Alarm by Exception ◊ Cry out Communicates via a Dialogic multi-line speech board using digitally recorded voice messages and prompt codes. Easy setup and maintenance Prompted User Response to Call-out Handles alarms from multiple workstations on a LAN so that the workstations can share the Dialogic interface card. Operates on up to 4 phone lines simultaneously for call-out Supports up to 4 different RS232 lines through the WinCPC Communications Server for: ◊ Data requests for current information ◊ Sending commands to the device Complete with all the necessary default voice files. The User can customize some or all of the messages by purchasing additional voice editing software. Distributed Client / Server Architecture. Unlimited phone book for call-out and call-in User ID can apply to individual devices or to groups of devices. This allows a single ID change for a new meter technician or operator instead of a change for each meter assigned to that person. When new meters are added to a group it is automatically added to the appropriate call-out list.

Iovation Stop Online Fraud Real Time: Device Recognition & Real-Time Risk Assessment

Armed to the teeth with information. Surprise, your website is a crime scene. But it doesn't have to be. Imagine if every customer came with a well-informed rap sheet. You'd better know the risk of doing business with them. And you could set business rules to keep fraudsters out. That's iovation's Reputation Manager 360. INVESTIGATIVE DIGGING AT ITS FINEST Device reputation reports if the internet-enabled device accessing your website or mobile app has known history of credit card fraud, identity theft, account takeover or other abusive behavior with any site in our global network. Going deeper, it tells you if it's associated with any other devices containing accounts with fraud history. So when it comes to previous activity, consider yourself informed. INTELLIGENCE ABOUT THE PRESENT TOO What's more, iovation's real-time transparent risk scoring alerts you to suspicious characteristics—such as hiding behind a proxy, setting off velocity triggers, uncovering device anomalies, appe

Download Owner's Manual - Interstate Enclosed Cargo Trailers

INTERSTATE GROUP, L.L.C. CORPORATE OFFICE 3800 Airport Road Nampa, ID 83687 (208) 442-7600 MANUFACTURING PLANTS 224 Carnation Drive 4400 Interstate Way Nampa, ID 83687 Kingman, AZ 86401 (208) 466-6777 (928) 681-5300 3601 Dave Ward Drive Conway, AR 72034 (501) 505-2000 THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING Interstate! Congratulations on your purchase of the finest enclosed trailer on the market today! Interstate builds a wide selection of durable work and play trailers. Our name is synonymous with quality and affordability. We are confident this trailer will provide solid, reliable, and safe service throughout your many years of ownership. Please complete the form below. This information will be needed when contacting us or your local Interstate dealer concerning parts, service, warranty, or other questions you may have. Date Purchased Serial # Model # Dealer Name Address City State Zip Code Phone # Thank you for buying Interstate! Please take a few minutes to fill out your warranty card. i

An Abney Associates Fraud Awareness Program on Tap-and-go card fraud in Australia

Tap-and-go card fraud in Australia low: financial institutions Tap-and-go card fraud in Australia is costing about 2¢ for every $100 of legitimate spending – half the rate of conventional card fraud, and a third of the rate of international card fraud, according to Visa. And that's why Australia’s major banks, the Australian Payments Clearing Association and cards issuers such as MasterCard and Visa have been left scratching their heads over suggestions by the Victorian Police last week that there is a runaway increase in theft and fraud associated with contactless payment cards. They all claim that is at odds with their experience.