Mahrez is ‘happy’ at Leicester – Puel

first_imgTransfers Mahrez is ‘happy’ at Leicester – Puel wants ace to shun Liverpool Joe Wright 18:43 1/7/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments() riyad mahrez - cropped Getty Images Transfers Liverpool Chelsea v Leicester City Leicester City Premier League Riyad Mahrez Although the winger has been touted as a replacement for Philippe Coutinho at Anfield, the Frenchman does not want to see him go Leicester City boss Clause Puel hopes to keep both Riyad Mahrez and Islam Slimani until at least the end of the season.Winger Mahrez has been linked with a possible move to Liverpool to replace Philippe Coutinho, who has joined Barcelona for a fee that reportedly could reach £142 million.However, the Frenchman does not want the 2015-16 Players’ Player of the Year to depart. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player “I am happy with him and I think he is enjoying his football. He is happy to play with this team,” Puel said.”We are trying to develop good play on the floor and he likes this. He has good results with assists and goals in recent games.”I think it is important he keeps this focus and concentration until the end of the season.”Islam Slimani Leicester CityClub-record signing Slimani, who is said to have cost close to £28m after agreeing to leave Sporting CP in 2016, has managed only two Premier League starts this season and cut a frustrated figure in Saturday’s 0-0 FA Cup draw with Fleetwood Town.However, Puel says the 29-year-old still has a role to play at the club, telling reporters: “This period is always a difficult period with speculation about different players.”I am happy with Slim. We have a lot of strikers and offensive players and we need to have good balance to give them game time.”One player who could leave Leicester in the transfer window is Ahmed Musa, whose sole appearance thus far in 2017-18 came in August as he netted in a 4-1 win over Sheffield United in the EFL Cup second round.”We will see. Perhaps it could be a possibility. We will see with the player and the opportunity for the club also,” Puel said of the forward, who joined from CSKA Moscow in July 2016.”I need to have discussions about some players.” Subscribe to Goal’s Liverpool Correspondent Neil Jones’ weekly email bringing you the best Liverpool FC writing from around the weblast_img read more

NOW HIRING 40 New Job Openings In Wilmington Week of December 30 2018

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below are job listings previously published on Wilmington Apple during the week of December 30, 2018:Part-Time Teller at Reading Cooperative BankFull-Time Mill Metal Worker at Tecomet, Inc.Full-Time Inside Sales Representative at Sager ElectronicsFull-Time General Manager at Couto Management GroupFull-Time Business Development Manager at KochPart-Time Tax Intern at Osram SylvaniaPart-Time Product Engineering Intern at Analog DevicesFull-Time Residential Counselor II at VinfenPart-Time Sales Floor Team Member at TargetFull-Time Cook at Glendale Senior DiningFull-Time Customer Success Manager at Casamba, LLCFull-Time Residential Assistant Program Manager at NuPath, Inc.Full-Time Chemical Mix Operator at Lubrizol CorporationFull-Time Heating & Cooling Technician at Super Service TodayFull-Time Drain Cleaning Expert at Super Service TodayFull-Time Sales Manager at Bill Dube HyundaiFull-Time Parts Department Professional at Bill Dube HyundaiFull-Time Automotive Sales Professional at Bill Dube HyundaiFull-Time Assembly Operator at Koch Chemical Full-Time Chemical Operator at Koch ChemicalFull-Time Jr. Data Steward at Heilind ElectronicsFull-Time Service Technician at Cochrane VentilationFull-Time Entry Level Solar Site Surveyor at Vivint SolarPart-Time Merchandise Relief at Frito LayFull-Time Display Media Specialist at World Travel HoldingsFull-Time Marketing Quality Assurance Tester at World Travel HoldingsFull-Time eCommerce Web Analyst at World Travel HoldingsFull-Time IT Business Analyst at World Travel HoldingsFull-Time Manager I (Enterprise Direct Sales) at ComcastFull-Time Cargo Van Delivery Driver at Optima ShippingFull-Time System Administrator at UniFirstFull-Time Global Sourcing Specialist at UniFirstFull-Time Accounts Payable Clerk at AramarkFull-Time Service Technician at AramarkFull-Time Teacher at May InstituteFull-Time Teacher Assistant at May InstitutePart-Time Home Health Aide at Associated Home CareFull-Time Package Handler at FedExPart-Time Servers at 99 RestaurantPart-Time Bus/Server Assistant at Red Heat TavernLong-Term Substitute Grade 8 English Language Arts Teacher at Wilmington Middle SchoolLong-Term Substitute Reading Specialist at Wilmington Middle SchoolSubstitute Teachers, Educational Assistants, Nurses & LPNs at Wilmington Public Schools(NOTE: Wilmington businesses — Feel free to send me your job postings at wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedNOW HIRING: 10 New Job Openings In WilmingtonIn “Business”NOW HIRING: 60 New Job Openings In Wilmington (Week of August 11, 2019)In “Business”NOW HIRING: 60 New Job Openings In Wilmington (Week of July 7, 2019)In “Business”last_img read more

BGU security team says vulnerability found in Samsung Knox

first_img © 2013 Phys.org Citation: BGU security team says vulnerability found in Samsung Knox (2013, December 26) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2013-12-bgu-team-vulnerability-samsung-knox.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Pentagon clears use of Samsung’s devices More information: in.bgu.ac.il/en/Pages/news/samsung_breach.aspxcenter_img An alleged vulnerability in the container design is what caught the security researchers’ attention. The researchers said they believe the alleged breach “enables easy interception of data communications between the secure container and the external world including file transfers, emails and browser activity.” The vulnerability was uncovered by Mordechai Guri, part of a research team at the Cyber Security Labs, discovered during an unrelated research task. A BGU report posted Tuesday presented details of the findings: “The Knox architecture features a regular phone environment as well as a secure container that is supposed to add security protection to the phone. All data and communications that take place within the secure container are protected and even if a malicious application should attack the non-secure part all the protected data should be inaccessible under all circumstances. However, the newly found breach can be used to bypass all Knox security measures. By simply installing an ‘innocent’ app on the regular phone (in the non-secure container) all communications from the phone can be captured and exposed.” Guri said, “We are also contacting Samsung in order to provide them with the full technical details of the breach so it can be fixed immediately.” The university’s Cyber Security Labs have been conducting research on mobile device security as well as network security for seven years. Samsung, according to the WSJ report, said it was looking into the allegations, and takes all security vulnerability claims seriously. The WSJ report said that a Samsung spokesperson, however, noted that the BGU lab’s breach of the system appeared to have been carried out on a device that was not fully loaded with the extra software that a corporate client would use in conjunction with Knox. (Phys.org) —Israeli researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) said a security flaw was discovered by a team member, a PhD student, and that this vulnerability could enable interception of data on Samsung mobile devices based on the Knox architecture. The discovery of the alleged security flaw was reported earlier this week in The Wall Street Journal,. Fundamentally, the BGU discovery report involves Samsung Knox, which the South Korean giant announced earlier this year as a secure platform solution in mobile architecture for BYOD business environments, providing security hardening from the hardware through to the application layer. Knox is a container solution for separating business and personal use of a mobile device, in step with the Samsung For Enterprise (SAFE) program, to promote the readiness of Samsung devices for enterprise use. Explore furtherlast_img read more

MIT Imaging Tech Can Read Closed Book

first_imgSeptember 13, 2016 Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global MIT researchers are developing a camera system that can read closed books.A prototype was recently able to correctly identify letters on the top nine sheets of stacked papers. Dreamed up by MIT Media Lab research scientist Barmak Heshmat, the technique uses terahertz radiation — the band of electromagnetic radiation between microwaves and infrared light — to distinguish between ink and blank paper, and gauge distance to individual pages.”So much work has gone into terahertz technology to get the sources and detectors working, with big promises for imagining new and exciting things,” Laura Waller, associate professor of electrical engineering and computer science at the University of California at Berkeley, said in a statement.”This work is one of the first to use these new tools along with advances in computational imaging to get at pictures of things we could never see with optical technologies” she continued. “Now we can judge a book through its cover!”The technology could eventually be used to scan antique tomes too delicate for human touch, or any materials organized in thin layers, like coatings on machine parts or pharmaceuticals.”The Metropolitan Museum in New York showed a lot of interest in this, because they want to, for example, look into some antique books that they don’t even want to touch,” Heshmat said.In partnership with the Georgia Institute of Technology, MIT developed the algorithms that acquire images from individual sheets in a stack of papers. Georgia Tech scientists, meanwhile, built the other key ingredient: a method for interpreting distorted or incomplete images as individual letters.”It’s actually kind of scary,” Heshmat said of GT’s letter-interpretation algorithm. “A lot of websites have those [captchas] to make sure you’re not a robot, and this algorithm can get through a lot of them.” Register Now » Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. 2 min read This story originally appeared on PCMaglast_img read more