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Show all wireless profiles & their security passwords on the Windows PC

May 20, 2017

Show all wireless profiles on the PC
At the command prompt, type:
netsh wlan show profiles

Show a security key
At the command prompt, type:
netsh wlan show profile name=“ProfileName” key=clear

 

Find & Show Wi-Fi Network Passwords from the Command Line in Mac OS X

Open Spotlight (Cmd+Space) and type terminal to open the Terminal window  or

Open the Terminal app from /Applications/Utilities/, then use the following command syntax to find and display the password for a specific wireless network:
security find-generic-password -ga “SSID” | grep “password:”

Customer Guidance for WannaCrypt attacks

May 15, 2017

https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/msrc/2017/05/12/customer-guidance-for-wannacrypt-attacks/

Further resources:

Download English language security updates: Windows Server 2003 SP2 x64, Windows Server 2003 SP2 x86, Windows XP SP2 x64, Windows XP SP3 x86, Windows XP Embedded SP3 x86, Windows 8 x86, Windows 8 x64

Download localized language security updates: Windows Server 2003 SP2 x64, Windows Server 2003 SP2 x86, Windows XP SP2 x64, Windows XP SP3 x86, Windows XP Embedded SP3 x86, Windows 8 x86, Windows 8 x64

General information on ransomware: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/security/portal/mmpc/shared/ransomware.aspx

MS17-010 Security Update: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/security/ms17-010.aspx

还认为多喝牛奶对强健骨骼有利健康的朋友们

May 2, 2017

都说牛奶是给牛喝的。还认为多喝牛奶对强健骨骼有利健康的朋友们醒醒吧

真的~不要在喝牛奶了

健康密码 喝牛奶的危害

健康好生活 喝牛奶不好嗎 牛奶的謊言與內幕

 

 

Samsung DeX – Why it makes sense for business users

May 2, 2017

What are the highest paying IT jobs?

April 28, 2017

Salaries to rise for top 10 IT jobs in Singapore

Sri Narayanan | April 28, 2017

https://www.computerworld.com.sg/

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New initiative to share excess harvest

April 15, 2017

ST, 2 Apr 2017, New initiative to share excess harvest

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We thank Miss Lee Kay Yan for her feedback (A little foraging for fruit and plants won’t hurt; March 28).

In early March, the National Parks Board started an initiative to share excess harvest with the public, as part of efforts to reduce horticultural waste.

Termed “Harvest Corner”, extra herbs and horticulture material generated from gardening sessions by volunteers are gathered and made available to members of the public.

This pilot project, which began in the Spice Garden at Fort Canning Park and will continue to run every Friday, has seen positive response from park visitors.

Members of the public who wish to learn more about our flora in Singapore can also download our DIY walks e-guides.

What’s Happening (Jan 2017 to Jun 2017) [PDF]

OneInbox, digital mailbox service for public, to end in June

April 15, 2017

ST, 6 Apr 2017, OneInbox, digital mailbox service for public, to end in June

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Five years after it was introduced, a digital mailbox for the public to receive government correspondence is being shut down in Jun 8, 2017, owing to low take-up rate and the costs to maintain it.

Called OneInbox, the service lets Singaporeans sign up for the free digital mailbox to view e-letters from public agencies such as the Central Provident Fund Board, Housing Board and Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (Iras). The notices range from GST Voucher letters to Medisave deductions.

OneInbox was said to have cost the Government as much as $5 million to develop. The tender was awarded to local systems integrator CrimsonLogic. The targets were 250,000 users by the first year, and up to 800,000 in the third year.

The Government Technology Agency (GovTech) would not say how many eventually signed up for the service, part of the e-government masterplan, which then included the revamp of the eCitizen portal. But a report in June 2013 said just 3,000 users had signed up.

 

ST Forum

7 Apr 2017, Reasons given for OneInbox termination not convincing

13 Apr 2017, Low demand for ‘mailbox-only’ digital service

 

More Info

Are there digital channels that I can use to receive Government letters electronically?

 

April 15, 2017

10 Apr 2017, askST: Are there adverse effects or long term risks in sleeping next to a wireless router?

Reader Ron Chua wrote to askST: “Are there adverse or long-term risks in sleeping next to a Wi-Fi router?” He also asked about the risks to pregnant women.

Tech reporter Vincent Chang answered the question.

It is safe to sleep next to a wireless router as it produces radio waves that, unlike X-rays or gamma rays, do not break chemical bonds or cause ionisation in humans. In other words, radio waves do not damage the DNA of human cells. Damaged DNA can lead to cancer.

While the radio waves from a router operate in the same 2.4 to 5GHz electromagnetic spectrum as microwaves, the router operates at much lower power levels than microwave ovens.

These waves also deteriorate rapidly, losing their strength as they travel away from the router. Compared to other sources of electromagnetic radiation, wireless routers rank much lower than devices such as mobile phones, especially as the handset is often used against the ear.

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), scientists have found “no adverse health effects from low level, long-term exposure to radio frequency”.

WHO also says that exposure to radio waves at typical environmental levels “does not increase the risk of any adverse outcome such as spontaneous abortions, malformations, low birth weight, and congenital diseases” for pregnant women.

Is palm oil unhealthy compared to other oils?

April 15, 2017

9 Apr 2017, askST: Is palm oil unhealthy compared to other oils and should one avoid consuming it?

Reader Sujatha Das wrote in to ask if palm oil is an unhealthier option compared to other oils and, if so, whether it should be avoided.

Food correspondent Eunice Quek finds out.

Ms Bibi Chia, principal dietitian of the Raffles Diabetes & Endocrine Centre, says that palm oil costs less than other types of edible vegetable oils, as palm – for the purpose of extracting palm oil – is widely grown in Indonesia and Malaysia.

She says: “Due to cost and proximity, food manufacturers in our region often use palm oil in snacks and other processed foods. It is also the most common oil used in hawker centres and fast food places.

Palm oil is high in saturated fat – about 52 per cent – compared to canola oil, which has 7 per cent saturated fat. Although “not as bad” as coconut oil – with 92 per cent saturated fat – she says that high intake of palm oil will increase bad cholesterol levels, which could increase the risk of heart problem and stroke.

“It is recommended to limit the amount of saturated fat you eat to less than 7 per cent of your total daily calories. If you need about 2,000 calories a day, less than 140 calories (or 16g) should come from saturated fat,” says Ms Chia.

Palm oil is also often hydrogenated to make it suitable for certain foods, such as confectionery items, which increases trans fat content. Her advice is to limit the amount of trans fat intake to less than 1 per cent of total daily calories. “If you need about 2,000 calories a day, less than 20 calories (or 2g) should come from trans fat,” she adds.

She also suggests limiting consumption of oily food when eating out, as palm oil is often used. In addition, one should read labels and avoid foods that have palm oil or hydrogenated palm oil as one of the first three ingredients listed on the label.