More recently, a QSAR (Quantitative Structure Activity Relantionship) investigation was
carried out on a series of nostoclide analogues presenting the general structure (43) to
correlate molecular descriptions with their in vitro biological activity (the ability to interfere
with ligh-driven reduction of ferrycianide by isolated spinach chloroplasts thylakoid
membranes). The results of this investigation suggested that the degree of inhibition
efficiency of this class of compounds is intimately associated with their polarity (Teixeira et
The adult in each household who knows the most about the health of all household members is selected to
answer all survey questions during the telephone interview. This respondent answers survey questions for
him/herself as well as for all other household members. Since each household member does not speak
directly to the interviewer, survey answers are “reported” by the respondent. The reader will see the
phrase . . .” was reported to be . . .” in this report. In places where this phrase is not used, the reader
should keep in mind that...
The prototype of the barbute may be seen in
a basinet from Chalcis, dating
from 4I 0 to I440,
portrayed in the drawings. It retains vervelles
along the edges for attaching a camail. Minus
the camail, and with a rounded bowl to conform
with the contour of the head, this helmet would
qualify as a barbute. In fact, the transition from
basinet to barbute is largely a change in propor-
tion. Some basinets were so tall that they rested
Here we investigate the extent to which common Internet application protocols remain dis-
tinguishable even when packet payloads and TCP headers have been stripped away, leaving only
extremely lean data which includes nothing more than the packets’ timing, size, and direction. We
begin our analysis in §3 by exploring protocol recognition techniques for trafﬁc aggregates where all
ﬂows carry the same application protocol. We then develop tools to enhance the initial analysis pro-
vided by these ﬁrst tools by addressing more speciﬁc scenarios.
The report is outlined as follows. In chapter 2, we give an overview of, and a
background to, Cryptography, Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), DNS and Secure
Messaging, which is used throughout this report. In chapter 3 we demonstrate
our implementation of a secure mail application and of a certiﬁcate publishing
application. In chapter 4 we compare LDAP and DNS for certiﬁcate locating and
retrieval purposes. In chapter 5 we discuss privacy threats due to Secure DNS and
present a possible remedy.
Thank you for using SecurePlatform. This document describes how to prepare a hardware platform for SecurePlatform, and how to configure and administer SecurePlatform.
SecurePlatform allows easy configuration of your computer and networking aspects, as well as the Check Point products installed. An easy-to-use shell provides a set of commands, required for easy configuration and routine administration of a security system, including: network settings, backup and restore utilities, upgrade utility, system log viewing, control, and much more.
The purpose of this document is to provide a comprehensive introduction and
overview of ZABBIX, its architecture, the features it offers and their functions.
This document contains all information necessary for the successful
administration of ZABBIX. Anyone involved in installation and administration of ZABBIX, and anyone else
wishing to get an insight into how it works.
StarGazer® is the ADC element management system for PG-FlexPlus products. StarGazer is a
comprehensive, carrier-class management solution, supporting essential features from all the TMN FCAPS
management functions. StarGazer’s comprehensive and highly intuitive graphical user interface (GUI) is
fully compatible with the PG-FlexPlus SNMP management interface. StarGazer also provides full access to
the native PG-FlexPlus craft port screens and includes an integrated SNMP MIB browser.
• Modular design enables line card diversity within the same chassis
• Extend central office interconnect between network elements when distances are greater
than 100 meters
• Ethernet delivery solution from central office to customer premises
• Reduce capital expenses associated with expensive optical line cards in network elements
• Auto-negotiation features eliminate the need for optical line card upgrade in network elements
• Redundant -48Vdc power supplies
• Supports SNMP and Telnet communication protocols
• Daisy-chain communication interfaces
• Supports 10...
The Soneplex SCU is the ideal management solution for
HiCap services. It allows operators the ability to gracefully
migrate from today’s legacy management processes to
centralized operation support systems (OSS) using X.25 or
IP networks. The SCU provides local and remote equipment
and facilities management, and supports VT 100 craft
interface, TL1 over X.25, TL1 over TCP/IP, and optional