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Aug 31 2020
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Aug 30 2020
Date: August 30, 2020 3:00 PM
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Emotions that the company is competing equally with large companies with high-capacity air purifiers are recognized for its competitiveness in this part as a result of this year's performance," the company said. In addition, the company plans to mass-produce window-integrated and large-capacity air purifiers next year. The idea of providing clean air to a window-integrated air purification system that wants to open windows but allows windows to be opened with contaminated air is paying off. It will be equipped with microfiber prefilters, radon deodorant filters and nano hepa filters that capture pollen yellow dust, viruses, ultrafine dust and radon from its air purifier.
Various line-up (window-integrated, 100 pyeong high capacity) air purifier products will be showcased at exhibitions in August 2020 (K-Hospital) and October (Busan Kimes).
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Aug 26 2020
Date: August 26, 2020 4:00 PM
This last month has seen more attacks on the terminals that are used to make electronic payments and mobile phone devices that can be used to do just about anything including electronic payments.
In the case of EMV POS terminals and ATMs a Cambridge University team (Mike Bond, Omar Choudary, Steven Murdoch, Sergei Skorobogatov and Ross Anderson) has published their results on flaws in the implementation of unpredictable numbers (i.e. can't be pre-determined by an observer such as a random number sequence) as part of the authentication protocol which could lead to unauthorised payments.
In the case of mobile phones which are increasingly being used to both make and receive electronic payments Charlie Miller from Accuvant Labs has demonstrated the weaknesses in implementing the NFC software stack in mobile phones that may even allow the hacker to take control of the phone.
The thing is which of these is more important to the security fraternity or more particularly the payments industry. Both pieces of work are pretty smart but which one, either, both or none might actually lead to serious security breaches?
I still can't believe that people don't get it, in the world of smart cards or more precisely the secure chip or element the security of the chip has never really been the big problem, it's the terminals and that includes mobile phones that cause the real problems. So often people explain to me how it's the cryptography, whatever you do don't use Triple DES or 1024 bit RSA. If it hasn't got 4096 bits it just can't be long enough. I've never forgotten the story told to me by a famous mathematician who many years ago posted an innocuous blog (yes, blogs have been around for ages in the academic world) explaining tongue in cheek his difficulty in writing a program to factorise numbers. He published a 512 bit number (carefully chosen as the product of two large primes, there's the clue this happened in the late 70's a little after RSA was first published) in the blog and asked if somebody would mind factorising the number for him. Of course nobody succeeded but a surprisingly large number had a go!
I feel the same way about security hardened integrated circuit chips, no back bedroom buddy is going to read out the contents of memory on his PC but many seem to imagine they can. Now I appreciate there are specialised reverse engineering laboratories and universities that may be able to reverse engineer the chip and even aggregated shared computing resources that might be able to factorise large numbers but these are not the sort of attacks that are really going to damage a modern commercial system unless you can be sure you can defraud the system without getting caught. I really can't imagine Cambridge University doing that because they are making a totally different point more about the fact that you don't get perfection in information systems and that the service providers, in this case the banks shouldn't make such claims. But make mistakes in the terminal protocol and/or implementation and now you move into the world of the back bedroom hackers which is a much more likely attack surface.
The Cambridge University attack is based on the observation that many ATMs implement a poor calculation of Unpredictable Numbers (UNs) which are used in the EMV protocol as evidence of freshness, i.e. the transaction is happening now and wasn't pre-calculated earlier. In particular what they have demonstrated is that if you can collect from a genuine card a set of ARQC (Authorisation request message from card to Issuer which is cryptographically protected by a secret key in the card and shared by the Issuer) messages with enough UNs to match one that will be generated by the ATM then you can fool the system with a fake card. So for example if the target ATM only generates 4 UNs you would just need to pre-collect 4 ARQC messages from a genuine card. This data collection does of course require the user to go to a bogus POS terminal where the terminal sets about collecting all these ARQC messages without the customer becoming suspicious.
In addition when collecting these ARQC messages it will be necessary to pre-set the core parameters such as the amount of the transaction and the date. All this information is then loaded into the fake card which will set out to fool the system by playing one of these pre-stored ARQC messages. Note it is not a replay attack because as far as the Issuer is concerned these messages have never been previously used. The ARQC does also include an Application Transaction Counter (ATC) which increments every transaction or more precisely every time the terminal does a Generate AC request to the card to get the ARQC. However the Issuer is only likely to detect a repeat transaction counter, for operational reasons he will have to allow with some gaps in the transaction counter sequence.
It is not really in doubt that this form of attack is possible and arguably the ATM manufacturers have been careless in their implementation of the protocol or at the very least the certification test conditions are inadequate. However the claim in the paper from the Cambridge team that 'We can now explain at least some of the increasing number of frauds in which victims are refused refunds by banks which claim that EMV cards cannot be cloned and that a customer involved in a dispute must therefore be mistaken or complicit' is to say the least misleading. A more realistic statement would be that 'it is possible that EMV cards could be cloned but is the least likely of the possible error scenarios'. However where I would agree with the Cambridge team is over the software integrity of the POS terminals. This is not only difficult to achieve but is difficult to measure and even more difficult to maintain in any form of uncontrolled environment. You might argue that a mobile phone falls into this category rather neatly.
The beauty of the Blackhat conference is that the researchers actually demonstrate what you always thought was possible and quite often things you didn't imagine were possible. This year in Las Vegas has been no exception and perhaps of particular interest to us is some work undertaken by Charlie Miller of Accuvant Labs on the vulnerability of NFC implementations in mobile phones using Android (Android 2.3.3) and MeeGo (1.2 Harmattan PR1.2) OS's as examples.
Charlie describes how to fuzz (don't you love this word) the NFC software protocol stack for the Samsung Nexus S and the Nokia N9. Then he goes on to describe how he can see for these devices what software is built on top of the NFC stack. It turns out that through NFC, using technologies like Android Beam or NDEF content sharing, one can force some phones to parse images, videos, contacts, office documents, and even open up web pages in the browser, all without user interaction. In some cases, it is even possible to completely take control of the phone via NFC, including stealing photos, contacts, even sending text messages and making phone calls. He concludes that the next time you present your phone to pay for your cab, be aware you might have just gotten owned.
This to me is a far more serious statement about software integrity. Every day we are using mobile phones and are integrating them into our way of life including electronic banking and payments. If you can't trust the software then you have a problem. I suspect your first reaction is to assume that the correctness of the software comes by default and that you only need to worry about malware. The problem is in fact far more inherent particularly when you can't trust the core platform by those who try to get it right long before the hackers try to take over.
History is full of problems with the software right the way back to the software compliers which produce the code that actually runs on the target device. All ideas of Code walk through's and Common Criteria evaluations are important but there is absolutely no proof of software correctness. Next time you use your phone just think of all that code all from different sources in which you have no real participation. It is a subject we will come back to but let Charlie at least alert you to a problem that is not going to be solved any time real soon. The answer for those that are impatient is in the question 'in any system what can you actually trust'?
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Aug 25 2020
Date: August 25, 2020 10:00 PM
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Aug 25 2020
Date: August 25, 2020 4:00 PM
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Aug 24 2020
Date: August 24, 2020 4:00 AM
World events and changes to policy. The impact of COVID-19 has brought about rapid and unforeseen changes to policies and procedures impacting international travel. Barriers to entry due to lengthy delays or suspension of issuing visas, potential quarantine periods and local measures to prevent the spread of the virus are examples of the disruption now facing business and leisure travelers. Other circumstances include changes in leadership in a country or region, predicating a change in policy. It is pertinent that any organization planning to relocate even a single employee internationally keep well informed about developments in the host country and be prepared to act promptly in response to unexpected changes.
Complex issues and expertise. Many issues around compliance can be complex and specific to the situation or country. Whilst it is tempting for organizations to feel their way through such issues, or rely on past experiences, the best course of action is to seek advice from someone with the appropriate expertise to ensure that an assignment begins as quickly as possible will not fall short of what is required for it to be compliant with both the home and host country. Mistakes can be costly and lead to avoidable delays and complications.
Communication. Communication is a recurring theme throughout the international assignment process and one we have discussed in more depth in a previous post. It is, however, of continued importance when it comes to ensuring compliance. It is, of course, crucial for organizations to communicate clearly with their assignees about what is required of them in order to ensure they are and remain compliant throughout their assignment. However, it is of equal importance that employers maintain good communication with the relevant agencies in the host country. Particularly in these challenging times, delays and mistakes can often be made when there is a lack of information or miscommunication between the organization and relevant agencies in the host country.
By bearing in mind some of these potential pitfalls, organizations can save themselves both time and money by ensuring that they correctly meet compliance requirements the first time around. Good planning and depth of knowledge is key. Numerous resources are available to help organizations navigate compliance issues and ensure that they are correctly addressed. Please contact us to schedule a call or virtual meeting to explore how we can assist with your global mobility program.
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ISO 9001 is the world’s most widely recognized quality management standard, which assists companies in meeting the expectations and needs of their customers. As part of the ISO 9001:2015 certification process, S & S Hinge engaged in a rigorous audit of our business processes as well as our quality management system. By achieving this level of certification, we have demonstrated our ability and desire to effectively maintain and improve our Total Quality Management system while continuously improving our internal processes.
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Aug 21 2020
Date: August 21, 2020 10:00 AM
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Likewise, DVA vibration dampers and buffers are ideal to mitigate vibration of pumps, valves, gearboxes, sieves, joggers and shakers. They may be used for mounting of equipment to frames and for use as feet on stand-alone items, also for motion control as bump stops to cushion stroke limits.
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Aug 16 2020
Date: August 16, 2020 10:00 PM
Dantherm has acquired SET Energietechnik GmbH (SET) in Germany with effect from July 31, 2020.
SET is headquartered in Hemmingen close to Stuttgart and is a leading manufacturer of products for heating and dehumidification of professional and private swimming pools primarily in Germany and Switzerland. SET has more than 30 years’ experience in the pool business and approximately 25 employees within sales, development and production.
The acquisition of SET is another key milestone in Dantherm’s expansion strategy following the acquisitions of Calorex Heat Pumps Ltd. in the UK, Schönmann AG in Switzerland, Master Climate Solutions Group (MCS) in Italy, Poland, Russia, Spain and China, Water Surveillance in Denmark, Aerial in Germany, Sovelor in France, Futurclima in Italy and Termigo in Spain.
Bjarke Brons, CEO at Dantherm Group says: “ The acquisition of SET further expands our range of products within the swimming pool business area and extends our position as one of the market leaders in this industry. Germany is a key market for us and we are excited about the opportunities that SET provides in terms of market presence in Germany and product offering to existing and new customers in Europe”.
About Dantherm Group
Originally founded in 1958, the Dantherm Group is a European leader in portable and installed climate control solutions for a wide range of industries within heating, drying, cooling and ventilation. Dantherm has subsidiaries in Norway, Sweden, UK, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Poland, Russia, China and France. In 2016 the Dantherm Group was acquired by Procuritas Capital Investors V LP.
SET, headquartered in Hemmingen (Stuttgart), Germany, is a leading manufacturer of products for heating and dehumidification of professional and private swimming pools primarily in Germany and Switzerland.
Higher heat resistance is needed for lead-free assembly processes: laminates that need to resist to high temperature must have a higher Decomposition Temperature (called Td).
Additional features important for the new laminates are:
- uniform glass distribution to get a better quality in laser drilling
- thinner glass fabrics to get better electrical properties
- thin dielectrics for distributed capacitance between power and ground
New laminates “designed” for high-performance PCBs have to be reviewed under thermal-mechanical and electrical aspects.
Here following a list of the typical characteristics to take under consideration during the base material choice.
- Thermal expansion in x, y and z-axis with special impact on the z-axis for the reliability of the vias (e.g. barrel cracking) and withstand multiple pressing processes.
- Parameters for signal integrity and impedance requirements.
- Uniform glass distribution helps to get a better quality in laser drilling.
- Thinner glass fabrics help to get better electrical properties.
- Thin dielectrics make it possible to get a better distribution of capacitance between power and ground.
Glass transition temperature Tg
- The temperature at which the material stops acting as a rigid material.
- Higher heat resistance is needed for lead-free assembly processes: laminates that need to resist to high temperature must have a higher Decomposition Temperature (called Td). This is the temperature that a laminate can withstand when it has lost 5% of its weight by thermal gravimetric analysis (TGA).
- mportant aspects may be the CAF Resistance and moisture absorption.
- Need of “Low Halogen” laminates for the green electronic.
Standard FR4, high Tg Laminates also Halogen Free and specific for High Speed Digital:
- FR4 standard & Leadfree: Iteq IT140 & IT588; Isola Duraver ML104i - Tg 140 °C; Black FR4
- Mid Tg epoxy for Lead-free process: Iteq IT158 -Tg 160 °C; Isola IS400 -Tg 150 °C
- Mid Tg– Halogen Free: Iteq IT40G -Tg 140 °C, IT150G
- High Tg 180°C epoxy (without filler): Iteq IT180 (also No/Low flow Prepreg); Isola IS420& IS410; ARLON 45N
- High Tg 180°C epoxy (with filler): Iteq IT180A & IT180i; Isola PCL370HR; Nelco N4000-29; Hitachi 700GR; EMC 827 i
- High Tg 170°C epoxy – Halogen Free: Iteq IT170GRA1 & IT170G & IT180GN
- High speed application: Nelco N4000-13(Si) & N4800-20(Si); Isola Fr408HR, IS600(series), Astra and I-Tera; Iteq IT200DK and IT150DA(SE), IT-968 (SE), IT-988G, IT-988G SE; Panasonic Megtron6 and Megtron7
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High-performances materials for avionic/military application:
- Polyimide Resin System: Arlon 33N, 35N, 84N, 85N, 85HP; Ventec VT901(also No/Low flow); Hitachi MCL-I-671; Isola 95P/96P; NELTEC N 7000VO
- Epoxy Resin System: Arlon® Kevlar 4NK (Tg 170 °C and 4.7 ppm/°C)
- Epoxy and Polyimide Thermount® & Para Aramid fiber: ARLON 55NT/85NT
- Copper/Invar/Copper: tipically 150 μm thick - 17/120/17 μm)
- Thick copper: up to 500 microns and over, for BusBar application and copper inlay&coin technology
- Flexible Laminates-Polyimide film based: DuPont PYRALUX LF; PYRALUX FR
- Flexible Laminates- Polyimide film based Adhesiveless: PYRALUX AP, PYRALUX AP-Plus & PYRALUX TK
- Flexible Laminates-Polyimide based Adhesiveless: UBE Upilex; Iteq IF-2LD; Panasonic Felios
- Emi shielding layer: Tatsuta SF-PC6000 and TATSUTA SF-PC 3300
- Rogers® / Arlon (also Copper/Brass supported): RT/Duroid Family; RO3000 Family; TMM Family; DiClad Family; Isoclad Family; Cuclad Family; AD Family; AR Family; TC Family
- Rogers® / Arlon®: RO4350 & RO4003 (Back up material for discontinued 25N & 25FR but partially applicable)
- Rogers®: ULTRALAM® 3850HT - Liquid Crystalline Polymer (LCP)
- Iteq “new generation” material for RF and Microvawe applications IT-88GMW, IT-8300GA, IT-8338G, IT-8338A, IT-8350G, IT-8350A, IT-8615G with Dk from 3,00 up to 6,15(,05)
- Taconic®: RF25A2, RF35, RF35A2, RF45, RF60, TSM-DS3, Cer10, FastRise, TACLAM Plus and all teflon family (TLX, TLY, TLE)
- Nelco: Mercurywave series, Meteorwave (1000 & 4000 Series) and all teflon family
- Foam: Rohacel HF51.
Aug 13 2020
Date: August 13, 2020 10:00 PM
Many processes in state-of-the-art medical and dental technology involve the use of high temperatures of 900° C and more. These include, for example, a number of sintering, glazing, melting and plasma technologies that are applied in the manufacture and surface finishing of instruments and implants. There are also a large number of high-temperature processes in analytical and laboratory technology – for instance in autoclave and reactor systems for conducting hydrogenation or catalyst tests. The new platinum sensors HT1600-P from hotset, with which the well-known thermodynamics specialist is expanding its range of temperature sensors in its hotcontrol product line, are designed for use in such demanding areas. Device and equipment manufacturers in the field of medical, dental and laboratory technology now benefit from a high-quality premium solution for the realization of innovative high-tech applications.
Precision solution for high-temperature applications
As its name implies, hotset's new precious metal sensor is suitable for measuring and monitoring temperatures up to 1,600° C. The sensor offers very high accuracy over the entire measuring range. "Even in the very highest temperature zones, the HT1600-P stands out with smallest deviations of just +/- 1.0° C", says hotset product manager Adrian Strojny. Because of this high level of accuracy, platinum sensors can also be used as reference or standard in calibration technology. This opens up entirely new ways for manufacturers of medical and laboratory technology to develop high-temperature solutions that demand above-average accuracy in temperature control and parameterization.
Great scope for special requirements
hotset generally offers the new HT1600-P platinum sensors in three basic configurations: As temperature sensors in straight design pursuant to DIN EN 50446, as thermocouple with wire pair pursuant to DIN EN 60584 as well as ANSI 96.1 and as sheathed thermocouple pursuant to DIN EN 61515 with thin-walled, flexible sheathed cables. "However, as is customary with our thermal sensors, we always adapt the construction and design of each HT1600-P to the concrete ideas and requirements of our customers," emphasizes Product Manager Adrian Strojny. The options offered by hotset here range from the selection of many different connection contacts, the implementation of special requirements with regard to the shape of the sensor, adaptation to difficult installation situations or the calibration and stabilization of the thermocouple through targeted tempering.
Optimal under inert gas
The optimal environment for the new HT1600-P platinum sensors from hotset are applications with an inert gas atmosphere. However, they can also be used in normal air environments. The HT1600-P from hotset is an extremely high-quality sensor solution for medical and laboratory equipment and device manufacturers who are in need of a high-precision sensor for the control, acquisition and monitoring of high-temperature processes, which can also convince with short response times and long-term stability.
Aug 12 2020
Date: August 12, 2020 4:00 PM
Mobile devices bring a new level of convenience, productivity, and operational efficiency to the production floor, creating competitive advantages for forward-thinking manufacturers
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Enterprises are rapidly adopting mobility solutions to improve business operations. They are continually making their processes efficient and lean with enterprise mobility solutions. As a manufacturer with over 25 years of experience, Winmate delivers rugged mobile computing solutions for modern, digitally-enabled production lines and field technicians.
According to PwC, mobility is the top technological priority for 73% of interviewed CEOs in the manufacturing industry. Mobility in manufacturing is bringing intensification across all divisions, optimizing everything from the factory floors to logistics and inventory management. Even leaders in the manufacturing sector understand the hazards of production downtime and predict that competitive benefits of improving productivity come with mobile device solutions.
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