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Digitally Imported — это лучший сервис потокового радио для фанатов электронной музыки. Наше обновленное и усовершенствованное приложение предлагает более 80 каналов электронной музыки и огромный выбор эксклюзивного, впервые транслируемого контента, который вы не найдете больше нигде.

Вся наша музыка тщательно отобрана любителями электронной музыки со всех уголков земного шара. Найдите свои любимые стили, в том числе Trance, House, EDM, Dance, Lounge, Chillout, Techno, Ambient и многое другое с помощью нового интуитивно понятного интерфейса. Находить и открывать для себя новую музыку еще никогда не было так легко благодаря новому дизайну нашего приложения. Используйте фильтры стилей, чтобы найти и сохранить избранное или просмотреть календарь выступлений диджеев и прямых трансляций.

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- Более 80 каналов электронной музыки, программируемых вручную;

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    digitally — digital UK US /?d?d??t?l/ adjective > IT, COMMUNICATIONS using a system that can be used by a computer and other electronic equipment, in which information is sent and received in electronic form as a series of the numbers 1 and 0: »digital… … Financial and business terms

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    digitally — adverb see digital … New Collegiate Dictionary

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    Steam Skin - Digitally Unmastered - Steam Users Forums

    Steam Skin - Digitally Unmastered

    Update to 1.6 (No Music Player beta support as of yet)

    Key things in the new update include, Revamped of visual asthetics, bug fixes and overall general colour scheme improvements.

    If green is not your colour try out this page, it has a huge skin list here

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    All in one Preview

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    Preview Downloads Page

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    Instructions

    Step 1. Download the zip file

    Step 2. Extract the zip file contents into your skins folder

    Step 3. Go into settings on steam - into interface and put on your new skin

    Step 4. Click okay to the restart of steam and enjoy

    Digitally Signing and Encrypting Messages

    Introduction

    The email infrastructure that everyone uses is, by design, not secure. While most people connect to their email servers using a secure ("SSL") connection, some servers allow unsecured access. Furthermore, as the message moves through its transmission path from sender to recipient, the connections between each server are not necessarily secure. It is possible for third parties to intercept, read and alter email messages as they are transmitted.

    When you digitally sign a message, you embed information in the message that validates your identity. When you encrypt a message, it appears to be "scrambled" and can only by read by a person who has the key to decrypting the message. Digitally signing a message ensures that the message originated from the stated sender. Encrypting ensures that the message has not been read or altered during transmission.

    To encrypt messages, you can use the public-key cryptographic system. In this system, each participant has two separate keys: a public encryption key and a private decryption key. When someone wants send you an encrypted message, he or she uses your public key to generate the encryption algorithm. When you receive the message, you must use your private key to decrypt it.

    Note: Never share your private key with anyone.

    The protocol used to encrypt emails is called PGP (Pretty Good Privacy). To use PGP within Thunderbird, you must first install:

    • GnuPG. (GNU Privacy Guard): a free software implementation of PGP
    • Enigmail. a Thunderbird add-on

    These two applications also provide the capability to digitally sign messages.

    Installing GPG and Enigmail

    To install GnuPG, download appropriate package from the GnuPG binaries page. Follow the installation instructions provided for your particular package. For more information on installing PGP on specific operating systems, refer to:

    To install Enigmail:

    1. In Thunderbird, select Tools | Add-ons .
    2. Use the search bar in the top right corner to search for Enigmail.
    3. Select Enigmail from the search results and follow the instructions to install the add-on.
    Creating PGP keys

    Create your public/private keys as follows:

    1. On the Thunderbird menu bar, click OpenPGP and select Setup Wizard .
    2. Select Yes, I would like the wizard to get me started as shown in the image below. Click Next to proceed.
  • The wizard asks whether you want to sign all outgoing messages or whether you want to configure different rules for different recipients. It is usually a good idea to sign all emails so that people can confirm that the email is indeed from you. Message recipients do not need to use digital signatures or PGP to read a digitally signed message. Select Yes, I want to sign all of my email and click Next to proceed.
  • Next, the wizard asks if you want to encrypt all your emails. You should not select this option unless you have the public keys for all the people that you expect to send messages to. Select No, I will create per-recipient rules for those who send me their public keys and click Next to proceed.
  • The wizard asks if it can change some of your mail formatting settings to better work with PGP. It is a good choice to answer Yes here. Click Next to proceed.
  • Select the email account for which you want to create the keys. You need to enter a password in the ‘Passphrase’ text box which is used to protect your private key. This password is used to decrypt messages, so don't forget it. The password should be at least 8 characters long and not use any dictionary words. (See this Wikipedia article for information on creating strong passwords.) Enter this password twice and click Next to proceed.
  • The next screen displays the preferences you configured. If you are satisfied, click Next to proceed.
  • When the process of creating your keys is completed, click Next to proceed.
  • The wizard will ask if you want to create a ‘Revocation certificate’ which you would use if the security of your key pair was compromised and you needed to inform others that it is no longer valid. If you want to create the file click on Generate Certificate and follow the steps on the subsequent screens. Otherwise, click Skip .
  • The wizard finally informs you that it has completed the process. Click Finish to exit the wizard.
  • Sending and receiving public keys Sending your public key via email

    To receive encrypted messages from other people, you must first send them your public key:

    1. Compose the message.
    2. Select OpenPGP from the Thunderbird menu bar and select Attach My Public Key.
  • Send the email as usual.
  • Receiving a public key via email

    To send encrypted messages to other people, you must receive and store their public key:

    1. Open the message that contains the public key.
    2. At the bottom of the window, double click on the attachment that ends in '.asc'. (This file contains the public key.)
    3. Thunderbird automatically recognizes that this is a PGP key. A dialog box appears, prompting you to ‘Import’ or ‘View’ the key. Click Import to import the key.
  • You will see a confirmation that the key has been successfully imported. Click OK to complete the process.
  • Sending a digitally signed and / or encrypted email
    1. Compose the message as usual.
    2. To digitally sign a message, select OpenPGP from the Thunderbird menu and enable the Sign Message option. To encrypt a message, enable the Encrypt Message option. The system may ask you to enter your Passphrase before encrypting the message.
  • If your email address is associated with a PGP key, the message will be encrypted with that key. If the email address is not associated with a PGP key, you will be prompted to select a key from a list.
  • Send the message as usual.
  • Note: The subject line of the message will not be encrypted.

    Reading a digitally signed and / or encrypted email

    When you receive an encrypted message, Thunderbird will ask you to enter your secret passphrase to decrypt the message. To determine whether or not the incoming message has been signed or digitally encrypted you need to look at the information bar above the message body.

    If Thunderbird recognizes the signature, a green bar (as shown below) appears above the message.

    If the message has been encrypted and signed, the green bar also displays the text "Decrypted message".

    If the message has been encrypted but not signed the bar would appear as shown below.

    A message which has not been signed could be from someone trying to impersonate someone else

    Revoking your key

    If you believe that your private key has been "compromised" (that is, someone else has had access to the file that contains your private key), you should revoke your current set of keys as soon as possible and create a new pair. To revoke your current set of keys:

    1. On the Thunderbird menu, click OpenPGP and select Key Management.

    Fix for PowerShell Script Not Digitally Signed

    Fix for PowerShell Script Not Digitally Signed

    Running a .ps1 PowerShell script will sometimes result in the following message:

    “<script>.ps1 is not digitally signed.  The script will not execute on the system.”

    The fix is to run Set-ExecutionPolicy and change the Execution Policy setting.

    This command sets the execution policy to bypass for only the current PowerShell session  After the window is closed, the next PowerShell session will open running with the default execution policy.  “Bypass” means nothing is blocked and no warnings, prompts, or messages will be displayed.

    Possible values for the -ExecutionPolicy parameter:

    – Restricted: The default setting which does not load configuration files or run scripts.

    – AllSigned: Requires that all scripts and configuration files be signed by a trusted publisher, including scripts that you write on the local computer.

    – RemoteSigned: Requires that all scripts and configuration files downloaded from the Internet be signed by a trusted remote publisher.

    – Unrestricted: Loads all configuration files and runs all scripts. If you run an unsigned script that was downloaded from the Internet, you are prompted for permission before it runs.

    – Bypass: Nothing is blocked and there are no warnings or prompts.

    – Undefined: Removes the currently assigned execution policy from the current scope, returning the session to the default.  This parameter will not remove an execution policy that is set in a Active Directory Group Policy.

    Digital Potentiometers (POTs)

    Example: controllers AND converters
  • OR - Results contain either of the words. Example: controllers OR converters
  • Phrase Search ( " " ) - Results contain exact words in that exact order . Example: "npn bipolar transistor"
  • Fill in the Blanks - Wildcard ( * ) - Results contain various forms of words sharing common roots or stems. The symbol (*) represents additional letters or characters Example: "NCP*"
  • Exclude Terms ( - ) - Results do not contain the term immediately following it (do not add a space after the -). Example: "npn -pnp"
  • Search Exactly As Is ( + ) - Results contain the exact term immediately following it (do not add a space after the +).

    Example: "npn +pnp"

  • Microsoft network server: Digitally sign communications (always): Security Configuration Editor

    Microsoft network server: Digitally sign communications (always)

    Updated: January 21, 2005

    Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2

    Microsoft network server: Digitally sign communications (always) Description

    This security setting determines whether packet signing is required by the SMB server component.

    The server message block (SMB) protocol provides the basis for Microsoft file and print sharing and many other networking operations, such as remote Windows administration. To prevent "man-in-the-middle" attacks that modify SMB packets in transit, the SMB protocol supports the digital signing of SMB packets. This policy setting determines whether SMB packet signing must be negotiated before further communication with an SMB client is permitted.

    If this setting is enabled, the Microsoft network server will not communicate with a Microsoft network client unless that client agrees to perform SMB packet signing. If this setting is disabled, SMB packet signing is negotiated between the client and server.

    Enabled for domain controllers. Configuring this security setting

    You can configure this security setting by opening the appropriate policy and expanding the console tree as such: Computer Configuration\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Local Policies\Security Options\

    For specific instructions about how to configure security policy settings, see Edit security settings on a Group Policy object .

      All Windows operating systems support both a client-side SMB component and a server-side SMB component. To take advantage of SMB packet signing, both the client-side SMB component and server-side SMB component that are involved in a communication must have SMB packet signing either enabled or required. On Windows 2000 and later, enabling or requiring packet signing for client and server-side SMB components is controlled by the following four policy settings:
      Microsoft network client: Digitally sign communications (always) - Controls whether or not the client-side SMB component requires packet signing.

    Microsoft network client: Digitally sign communications (if server agrees) - Controls whether or not the client-side SMB component has packet signing enabled.

    Microsoft network server: Digitally sign communications (always) - Controls whether or not the server-side SMB component requires packet signing.

    Microsoft network server: Digitally sign communications (if client agrees) - Controls whether or not the server-side SMB component has packet signing enabled.

    If server-side SMB signing is required, a client will not be able to establish a session with that server unless it has client-side SMB signing enabled. By default, client-side SMB signing is enabled on workstations, servers, and domain controllers.

    Similarly, if client-side SMB signing is required, that client will not be able to establish a session with servers that do not have packet signing enabled. By default, server-side SMB signing is enabled only on domain controllers.

    If server-side SMB signing is enabled, SMB packet signing will be negotiated with clients that have client-side SMB signing enabled.

    Using SMB packet signing can degrade performance up to 15 percent on file service transactions.

      For this policy to take effect on computers running Windows 2000, server-side packet signing must also be enabled. To enable server-side SMB packet signing, set the following policy:

    Microsoft network server: Digitally sign communications (if server agrees)

    For servers running Windows 2000 Server or Windows Server 2003 to negotiate signing with client computers running Windows NT 4.0 or Windows 98, the following registry value must be set to 1 on the server:

    HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\lanmanserver\parameters\enableW9xsecuritysignature

    Computers that have this policy set will not communicate with computers that do not have client-side packet signing enabled. Client-side packet signing can be enabled on computers running Windows 2000 and later by setting the following policy:

    For more information, see: