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  • The homepage and inside pages support the creation of links. When creating context-related links, you can also share the URL of the start page and the inside pages to create links and promote the start page and the inside pages.
  • All content is first sent to the customer's email address for approval before starting the contextual link building work.
  • Link replacement guarantee up to 1 year – If links are removed or website problems arise, you can contact us at any time. We offer you a free link replacement service for up to one year.

Details on the construction of context link packages with time frames

  1. 60+ High DA Contextual One Way Links for $ 349.00
    25+ unique items
    Days: 20 to 25 working days
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    40+ unique items
    Days: 25 to 30 business days
  3. 150+ High DA Contextual One Way Links – $ 799.00
    Over 70 unique items
    Days: 40 to 45 working days
  4. 250+ High DA Contextual One-Way Links – $ 1399.00
    120+ unique items
    Days: 50 to 60 working days
  5. 500+ High DA Contextual One Way Links – $ 2399.00
    250+ unique items
    Days: 75 to 90 working days
  6. 750+ High DA Contextual One-Way Links – $ 3499.00
    350+ unique items
    Days: 100 to 115 working days
  7. 1000+ High DA Contextual One Way Links – $ 4399.00
    500+ unique items
    120 to 130 working days

Above all offers are at a reduced price and with additional unique content. You can check the actual price and service details at Contextual Link Building Services packages.

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Packages – How do I set up my own Paclet server?

With the Paclet Management Framework published in version 12.1, I would like to automate the distribution and updating of packages via Paclets over the Internet. Stephen Wolfram mentioned in this article on version 12.1 that they intended to make their Paclet repository accessible to everyone in the near future.

However, I would like to host a private server (for corporate policy reasons) to provide paclets for users who have minimal experience with Mathematica. So I can't expect them to do anything more complicated than that PacletInstall("MyPaclet") Every time I release a new version, provided they have already registered the server (which is only done once because Paclet sites are persistent). Paclet (PacletObject) and Paclet site (PacletSiteObject) The administration in version 12.1 is certainly more sophisticated than before, but I cannot set up my own site (e.g. a GitHub repo) as a Paclet server. I have a GitHub account and uploaded the generated one PacletSite.mzBut whatever I try, I get this error, which is not very informative. Did I use the wrong URL? Is the PacletSite.mz File wrong? Or code couldn't find it?

PacletSiteUnregister("MyGitHub");
PacletSiteRegister("http://raw.githubusercontent.com/IstvanZachar/(...)", "MyGitHub");
PacletSiteUpdate("MyGitHub")

PacletSiteUpdate::err: An error occurred attempting to update paclet information
from site http://raw.githubusercontent.com/IstvanZachar/(...). Does not appear to
be a valid paclet site

I have a lot of questions, but here are the main ones. This post (and the answers) can serve as a knowledge base for setting up Paclet servers for a variety of use cases.

  • How to host a Paclet server anywhere
    (i.e. different from the Wolfram Cloud or on-premises)?
  • What are the requirements for qualifying a website? Must use http:// instead of https://? Should the path for (sub) directories and files (like GitHub and in contrast to Google Drive) be given transparently?
  • What are the minimum requirements for the Paclet server? PacletSiteUpdate to be able to successfully query an uploaded PacletSite.mz? What other files needed to be present? I am assuming that actual Paclet files are not needed for testing PacletSiteUpdatehow it uses the descriptor PacletSite.mz, but I can be wrong.
  • Which protocol to use and how is the site architecture referenced if the site is registered through? PacletSiteRegister?
  • How is a Paclet site checked for consistency? PacletSiteUpdate and under what conditions PacletSiteUpdate find a page a valid paclet site?

I am aware of these posts, but they come from 2-4 years ago (with outdated functions) and I could not create a working Paclet server based on them.

What exactly causes Debian to set up packages for "autoremove"?

I use Debian Stable and I don't really install much on it, but I notice that whenever I don't use my system for a while, Debian tends to add packages to the autoremove.

Like packages that come with the standard Debian system Network Manager, wpa_supplicant, java, and etc. are all shown in the autoremove. I don't know why. I do not install packages outside of the standard repository.

It becomes quite frustrating to see that I have to fix my system when I notice that I accidentally removed something automatically. I also don't uninstall any of the standard packages that come with the system. My question is, what exactly does Debian do to provide packages for automatic removal.

Installed Python packages cannot be imported

I installed some packages in Python using cmd: ex: pip install pandas, and the installation was normal. However, when I try to import the package, I get the following error:

import pandas
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "", line 1, in 
    import pandas
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'pandas'.

This is repeated for each package.
Note: I uninstalled and reinstalled Python and it didn't work.
Thank you!

ubuntu – How can I check which suitable repositories / packages are validated by certain keys?

I inherited an Ubuntu 18.04 server to which some custom repositories and keys have been added in the past. I want to make sure all keys are still in use and see which packets are validated. Is there any way to do this?

I can list all the keys apt-key list and look inside /etc/apt/trusted.gpg[.d], but how can I compare them to repositories and packages?

macos – tcpdump packages have bad and wrong checksums on localhost. How can you investigate further?

I'm investigating a macOS Catalina machine that is believed to be infected with malware. If packets displayed with tcpdump and found that legitimate packets are sent to the DNS server when connecting to any web address … then … there are packets sent from 127.0.0.1:53482 (or a port) up to 127.0.0.1:443 – The packet headers are marked with wrong checksum (cksum -> wrong).

Packets 127.0.0.1:62692 (or another port) -> 127.0.0.1:32376 are also marked bad checksum (bad udp cksum). And again localhost, 127.0.0.1:5353 -> 224.0.0.251:5353 again with a bad checksum (bad udp cksum).
All data traffic is on the lo0 adapter.

Parcel tracks

Wrong checksum target 127.0.0.1:443
Wrong checksum target 127.0.0.1:443

Invalid checksum target 127.0.0.1:32376
Invalid checksum target 127.0.0.1:32376

Incorrect checksum source 127.0.0.1:5353 target 224.0.0.251:5353
Incorrect checksum source 127.0.0.1:5353 target 224.0.0.251:5353

Try to find a process:

sudo lsof -i
sudo lsof -i

netstat
netstat

I suspect this is related to corruption at mDNSResponder. Welcome and appreciate any tips or suggestions for a solution.

Many thanks

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Amazon Web Services – Does AWS Network Load Balancer Decrypt Packages in TLS Exit Mode?

TL; DR

  1. No
  2. Yes

NLB actually has to decrypt the packets and then re-encrypt them before sending them to the backend. And yes, it does a new handshake with the server. NLB is sort of a scam because it fakes the IP to look like the client is talking directly to the backend. NLB looks transparent to the backend server.

However, since you apparently use HTTPS (presumption of port 443), you should use Application load balancer (ALB), not Network Load Balancer (NLB). NLB is intended for non-HTTP / non-HTTPS traffic, e.g. for DNS, SMTP etc.

I hope it helps 🙂

File or assembly & # 39; System.IdentityModel.Tokens.Jwt, version = 5.6.0.0 could not be loaded after upgrading the Nuget packages from Azure Function to 3.0.4 or 3.0.5

We had an Azure function V3 that refers to another C # project in a VS 2019 solution. In the other C # project there are some extension methods that use the System.IdentityModel.Tokens.Jwt Version = 5.6.0.0 assembly to perform the token validation. The Azure feature worked fine using these extension methods to verify the token. The following code fragment shows the Nuget packages:






We updated the Nuget bundles in the Azure feature according to the list below and received the exception that reflects the title of this ticket. What is the solution or workaround to solve this problem?

    





We also tried Microsoft.NET.Sdk.Functions version 3.0.5, but it has the same problem. What is the solution to this problem? Is this an issue that needs to be fixed in the updated Nuget package?