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Pair with your choice of speakers for wireless music.
With the SoundTouch® SA-5 amplifier, you can add your choice of speakers and experience a world of wireless music. Easily. The 100W per channel amplifier connects to your home Wi-Fi® network and is part of an entire family of Bose® products for every room of your home that lets you explore, organize and easily play your favorite music. A free app lets you explore music services, Internet radio and your music library. Plus, it transforms your phone into a powerful remote so you can control your music, no matter where you are around your home. The SA-5 amplifier also has Bluetooth® connectivity and three aux inputs so you can connect non-streaming sources, such as a CD player.
100W per channel amplifier connects wirelessly to your home Wi-Fi network.
Add more SoundTouch® systems to stream music throughout your home, or different music in different rooms.
SoundTouch® app transforms your phone or tablet into a powerful remote that keeps you in control of your music.
Press one of six presets in the app and your favorite music is playing.
Three aux inputs to connect non-streaming sources, such as a CD player.
Exploring music with SoundTouch®
With SoundTouch®, you can discover and enjoy music more effortlessly than ever before. Wirelessly stream millions of songs through Spotify®, Pandora®, iHeartRadio™ and Deezer, as well as Internet radio stations and your own music library.
Grow your system
Start with one SoundTouch® system and add more whenever you want. They all work together to play the same music in every room, or different music in different rooms.
A free, powerful app
The SoundTouch® app lets you explore music services like Spotify and Deezer. It also gives you access to thousands of Internet radio stations and your stored music library, so you can always find the perfect soundtrack. The app also transforms your phone into a powerful remote so you can control your music from anywhere in your home.
Option to hardwire
The SA-5 amplifier has three aux inputs so you can connect non-streaming sources, such as a CD player. It can also run two pairs of speakers in parallel, so you can wire four speakers to the amp.
Bluetooth built in
SoundTouch® systems now feature Bluetooth connectivity to stream music from any compatible device—whenever you want. This allows you to listen to even more sources, like YouTube.
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A Little Sunshine / Web Fraud 2.0 — 28 Comments
8 Aug 12
Triple DDoS vs. KrebsOnSecurity
“When nobody hates you, nobody knows you’re alive.” – Diplomacy, by Chris Smither
During the last week of July, a series of steadily escalating cyber attacks directed at my Web site and hosting provider prevented many readers from being able to reach the site or read the content via RSS. Sorry about that. What follows is a post-mortem on those digital sieges, which featured a mix of new and old-but-effective attack methods.
Junk traffic sent by a DNS amplification attack.
I still don’t know who was attacking my site or why. It’s not as if the perpetrator(s) sent a love letter along with the traffic flood. There was one indication that a story I published just hours before the attacks began — about a service for mass-registering domain names used for malware, spam and other dodgy business — may have struck a nerve: In one of the attacks, all of the assailing systems were instructed to load that particular story many times per second.
Oddly enough, the activity began just one day after I’d signed up with Prolexic. The Hollywood, Fla. based company helps businesses fend off distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, assaults in which miscreants knock targeted sites offline by flooding them with garbage traffic. Prolexic was among several anti-DDoS companies that offered to help earlier this year, when KrebsOnSecurity.com came under a separate spate of debilitating attacks.
The first DDoS campaigns consisted of several hundred systems repeatedly requesting image-heavy pages on my site. Prolexic’s analysts say the traffic signatures of these attacks matched that of a family of kits sold in the underground that allow anyone to quickly create their own botnet specifically for launching DDoS attacks. Both are believed to have been created by the same individual(s) behind the Dirt Jumper DDoS toolkit. The traffic signatures from the attack strongly suggest the involvement of two Dirt Jumper progeny: Di-BoTNet and Pandora.
Image courtesy Prolexic
Pandora is the latest in the Dirt Jumper family, and features four different attack methods. According to Prolexic, the one used against KrebsOnSecurity.com was Attack Type 4, a.k.a “Max Flood”; this method carries a fairly unique signature of issuing POST requests against a server that are over a million bytes in length .
Pandora’s creators boast that it only takes 10 PCs infected with the DDoS bot to bring down small sites, and about 30 bots to put down a mid-sized site that lacks protection against DDoS attacks. They claim 1,000 Pandora bots are enough to bring Russian search engine giant yandex.ru to a crawl, but that strikes me as a bit of salesmanship and exaggeration. Prolexic said more than 1,500 Pandora-infected bots were used in the assault on my site.
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Time to Patch — 14 Comments
10 Aug 11
Updates for Adobe Flash, Shockwave, AIR
Adobe has shipped patches to fix a slew of critical security flaws in its products, including Flash, Shockwave Player and Adobe AIR.
The Flash update corrects at least 13 critical vulnerabilities present in versions 10.3.181.36 and earlier for Windows, Mac, Linux and Solaris machines (the bugs exist in Flash versions 10.3.185.25 and earlier for Android devices). Windows, Mac, Linux and Solaris users should upgrade to version 10.3.183.5 , and Android users should update to v. 10.3.186.2 .
To find out which version of Flash you have, visit this page. Windows users who browse the Web with anything other than Internet Explorer will need to apply the Flash update twice, once using IE and again with the other browser (Google Chrome users should already have the latest version of Flash). To avoid using Adobe’s annoying Download Manager, IE users can grab the latest update directly from this link; the direct link for non-IE browsers is here.
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