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We provide OpenVZ and KVM servers, both protected against DDoS attacks ranging from 20 to 480 Gbps. On request we can change the reverse DNS of your IP address and configure the web application firewall for your IP address.

OpenVZ servers are located in New York, USA and feature RAID 01, upgraded 1 GbPS bandwidth, and Intel Xeon E3 1245v2 processors.

KVM servers are located in Paris, France and have SSD cache disks with RAID 01, bandwidth upgraded to 1 GbPS, and Xeon E5-1620V2 processors.

KVM servers are located in Sofia, Bulgaria and come with a 1Gb / S uplink, RAID 10, limited bandwidth (scalable) and Xeon E5-2450V2 processors.

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Ip test: http://94.23.183.8/512MB.zip (France)
Ip Test: 94.156.128.2 (Bulgaria-KVM)

Speedtest – http://www.speedtest.net/result/3762122459.png

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Plan 1:
$ 9.99 / month

Disk 25 GB @> 200 MB / s IO
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USA OpenVZ

Plan 1:
$ 6.50 / month

20 GB of cached SSD
Bandwidth from 500 GB to 1 Gb / s
1 GB of RAM
Access to 2 processor cores
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Plan 2:
$ 9.50 / month

30 GB of cached SSD
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Plan 3:
$ 15.50 / month

40 GB of cached SSD
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France KVM

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Example of activities leading to suspension:
Spamming
Use a botnet controller / send DDoS attacks
Scanning
Tor output nodes
Illegal content for adults
Content hosting canceled / hacked
Links / discussions on illegal material (ex-forum warez software)
CPU Miners
public proxy

Examples of authorized activities:
Permanent use of full bandwidth (eg Hosting a Debian ISO mirror)
Use as a private relay / relay
A website that attracts a lot of DDoS attacks (we get it a lot and we actively mitigate it, your server still stays on and no IP null route!)

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Unity – Why does changing the texture of the particle system using the material property block change the texture, while the particle system still emits an old texture?

I try the code in Start, the activation of the editor shows a new texture, but the particle system still emits the old texture. The script works for SpriteRenderer, but not ParticleSystem. I've tried to play / stop the show – no difference.

    ParticleSystemRenderer renderer = gameObject.GetComponent();
    MaterialPropertyBlock materialPropertyBlock = new MaterialPropertyBlock();
    renderer.GetPropertyBlock(materialPropertyBlock);
    materialPropertyBlock.SetTexture("_MainTex", texture);
    renderer.SetPropertyBlock(materialPropertyBlock);

postfix – can not receive email in exim system

I have exim on the system directadmin.

then I had a little problem about incoming external domain email. who can not receive e-mail (csd.hlag.com only !!!)
this is not the case in the My Inbox / Junk Mail folder, and so on.

and when I check in detail mainlog by below

root@da:~# cat /var/log/exim/mainlog | grep csd.hlag.com
2019-08-23 09:57:53 1i0zlx-0000JA-ND <= doc.th@csd.hlag.com H=gw1.security-gateway.net (27.254.83.22) P=esmtps X=TLSv1.2:DHE-RSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384:256 S=240977 id=468691114.4369011566529061225.JavaMail.HLFDSP@hlag.com T="SW HLCL Sh#83932184 Doc#HLCUBKK190744582" from  for EXMCENTER@THAIHUA.COM

who have newspaper line flags <= (arrival of the message)

but not have => (normal delivery of the message)

Could you tell me if you are missing something or an idea?

PS: sorry for the bad eng and thanks for your comment

What information is contained in the Schengen Visa Information System (VIS)?

This information is publicly available on EUR-Lex.

All the data stored in the VIS are described in Article 9:

Data to enter on request

The visa authority must enter the following data into the application file:

  1. the application number;

  2. state information indicating that a visa has been requested;

  3. the authority to which the application was lodged, including its location, and whether the application was made to that authority representing another Member State;

  4. the following data to be extracted from the application form:

a) last name (last name); first name or surname (first names); birth date; sex;

(aa) last name at birth (former surname); place and country of birth; current nationality and nationality at birth;

(b) the type and number of the travel document (s) and the three-letter code of the country issuing the travel document (s);

(c) the date of expiry of the validity of the travel document or documents;

(ca) the authority which issued the travel document and its date of issue;

(d) place and date of the application;

f) contact information of the person who sent the invitation and / or is required to pay the applicant's living expenses during the stay, namely:

i) in the case of a natural person, the surname, first name and address of the person;

(ii) in the case of a company or other organization, the name and address of the company / other organization, the name and surname of the contact person in that company / organization ;

(g) the Member State or States of destination and the duration of the intended stay or transit;

(h) main purpose (s) of the trip;

i) expected date of arrival in the Schengen area and expected date of departure from the Schengen area;

(j) Member State of first entry;

(k) the address of the applicant;

(l) current profession and employer; for students: name of the educational institution

(m) in the case of minors, surname and given name (s) of the applicant's parental authority or legal guardian

  1. a photograph of the applicant in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1683/95;

  2. the applicant's fingerprints, in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Common Consular Instructions.

When the visa is issued, the information is updated according to Article 10 include:

  1. When it has been decided to issue a visa, the visa authority issuing the visa adds the following data to the application file:

(a) status information indicating that the visa has been issued;

(b) the authority which issued the visa, including its location, and whether that authority issued it on behalf of another Member State;

(c) place and date of the decision to issue the visa;

d) the type of visa;

(da) where appropriate, information indicating that the visa has been issued with limited territorial validity in accordance with Article 25 (1) (b) of Regulation (EC) No 810/2009;

e) the number of the visa sticker;

(f) the territory in which the visa holder is authorized to travel, in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Common Consular Instructions;

(g) the start and expiry dates of the visa validity period;

h) the number of entries authorized by the visa in the territory for which the visa is valid;

i) the length of stay authorized by the visa;

(j) where applicable, information indicating that the visa has been issued on a separate sheet in accordance with Council Regulation (EC) No 333/2002 of 18 February 2002 establishing a uniform format for the sealing of the visa issued by Member States persons in possession of travel documents not recognized by the Member State which drafts the form (6);

(k) where applicable, the information indicating that the visa sticker has been completed manually;

(l) where applicable, the status of the person indicating that the third-country national is a member of the family of a Union citizen to whom Directive 2004/38 of the European Parliament applies European Parliament and of the Council (7) or a third-country national enjoying a right of free movement equivalent to that of citizens of the Union by virtue of an agreement between the Union and its Member States, on the one hand, and a third country, on the other.

  1. If an application is withdrawn or no longer pursued by the applicant before the decision to issue a visa is taken, the visa authority with which the application was filed indicates that the application has been closed. for these reasons and the date on which it was filed. was closed.

If the visa has been refused, Article 12 States:

  1. When it was decided to refuse a visa, the authority that refused the visa adds the following data to the application file:

(a) status information indicating that the visa has been refused and whether that authority refused it on behalf of another Member State;

(b) the authority that refused the visa, including its location;

(c) place and date of the decision to refuse the visa.

  1. The application file must also indicate the reason (s) for refusal of the visa, which must be one or more of the following:

(a) the applicant

i) presents a false, counterfeit or falsified travel document;

(ii) does not justify the purpose and conditions of the intended stay;

(iii) does not provide evidence of sufficient means of subsistence, both for the duration of the intended stay and for return to his country of origin or residence, and for transit to a third country in which it is certain to be admitted, or is not able to legally acquire such means;

(iv) has already remained 90 days during the current period of 180 days in the territory of the Member States on the basis of a uniform visa or a visa with limited territorial validity;

(v) is a person for whom an alert has been issued in the SIS for the purpose of refusing entry;

(vi) is considered to be a threat to public policy, internal security or public health within the meaning of Article 2 (19) of the Schengen Borders Code or for the international relations of one or more Member States, in particular when an alert has been published in the national databases of the Member States with the aim of refusing entry for the same reasons;

(vii) does not provide proof of possession of adequate and valid travel medical insurance, if any;

(b) the information provided concerning the justification of the purpose and conditions of the intended stay was not reliable;

(c) the intention of the applicant to leave the territory of the Member States before the expiry of the visa could not be established;

d) sufficient evidence that the applicant has not been able to apply for a visa in advance to justify his / her visa application at the border has not been provided.

If the visa is revoked or canceled, Article 13 States:

  1. When a decision has been made to cancel or revoke a visa, the visa authority that made the decision adds the following data to the application file:

(a) status information indicating that the visa has been canceled or revoked;

(b) the authority that canceled or revoked the visa, including its location;

(c) place and date of the decision.

  1. The application file must also indicate the reason (s) for cancellation or revocation, namely:

(a) one or more of the grounds listed in Article 12 (2);

(b) the visa holder's request to revoke the visa.

  1. When a decision has been made to cancel or revoke a visa, the visa authority that made the decision immediately recovers and exports VIS in the entry / exit system. established by Regulation (EU) 2017/2226 of the European Parliament and of the Council (8) (ESA) the data listed in Article 19 (1) of that Regulation.

And finally for this answer, Article 18 defines the data accessible to border agents and the procedure for accessing these data:

  1. For the sole purpose of verifying the identity of the visa holders, the authenticity, the temporal and territorial validity and the status of the visa or to determine whether the conditions of entry into the territory of the Member States are in accordance with Article 6 of Regulation (EU) 2016 /. 399, or both, the competent authorities to carry out border checks at which the SEA is operating have access to the VIS to carry out a search using the following data:

a) surname, first name or surnames (first names); birth date; nationality or nationalities; sex; type and number of the travel document (s); three-letter code of the country issuing the travel document (s); and the date of expiry of the validity of the travel document (s); or

(b) the number of the visa sticker.

  1. For the sole purposes referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article, where a search is started in the SEA in accordance with Article 23 (2) of Regulation (EU) 2017/2226, the competent border authority shall search the VIS directly from the EES using the data referred to in paragraph 1 (a) of this Article.

  2. By way of derogation from paragraph 2 of this Article, when a search is started in the SEA in accordance with Article 23 (2) or (4) of Regulation (EU) 2017/2226, the following shall apply: competent border authority can conduct a search in the VIS without using interoperability with the SEA, when special circumstances require it, especially when it is more appropriate, because of the situation third-country national, to carry out a search using the data referred to in point (b) of paragraph 1 in accordance with this Article or where it is technically impossible, in such a way as to temporarily, to consult the data of the SEA or in case of failure of the SEA.

  3. If the search with the data listed in paragraph 1 indicates that the data are stored in the VIS on one or more issued or extended visas which are in their validity period and which are valid for the crossing of the border, the l & # 39; competent authority in charge of border controls where the SEA is operated, it is allowed to view the following data contained in the file of the relevant application as well as in a file of the application or related files under the law. Article 8 (4) only for the purposes referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article:

(a) status information and data extracted from the application form referred to in Article 9 (2) and (4);

(b) photographs;

(c) the data referred to in Articles 10, 13 and 14 and introduced for the visa or visas issued, canceled or revoked or for the visa or visas whose validity is extended.

In addition, for visa holders for whom certain data do not have to be provided for legal or factual reasons, the competent authority to carry out the border checks where the SEA is operating receives a notification concerning specific data. concerned area (s) to be marked "not applicable".

  1. If the search with the data listed in paragraph 1 of this article indicates that the data relating to the person are recorded in the VIS but that no valid visa is registered, the competent authority to carry out the border controls at which the SEA is carried out has access. refer to the following data contained in the application file (s) as well as in a file of the application or linked files under Article 8 (4), solely for the purposes referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article:

(a) status information and data extracted from the application form referred to in Article 9 (2) and (4);

(b) photographs;

(c) the data referred to in Articles 10, 13 and 14 and introduced for the visa or visas issued, canceled or revoked or for the visa or visas whose validity is extended.

  1. In addition to the consultation carried out pursuant to paragraph 1 of this Article, the competent authority to carry out border checks where the SEA is carried out verifies the identity of a person vis-à-vis the VIS if the search with the data listed in paragraph 1 of this article indicates that the data relating to the person is recorded in the VIS and that one of the following conditions is fulfilled:

(a) the identity of the person can not be verified with the SEA in accordance with Article 23 (2) of Regulation (EU) 2017/2226 for the following reasons:

i) the visa holder is not yet registered at the SEA;

(ii) the identity at the relevant border crossing point is checked by fingerprints in accordance with Article 23 (2) of Regulation (EU) 2017/2226;

(iii) doubts remain as to the identity of the visa holder;

(iv) for any other reason;

(b) the identity of the person may be verified in relation to the SEA, but Article 23 (5) of Regulation (EU) 2017/2226 applies.

The competent authorities responsible for carrying out the border checks for which the SEA is operating shall check the fingerprints of the visa holder against the fingerprints registered in the VIS. For visa holders whose fingerprints can not be used, the search referred to in paragraph 1 shall be carried out only with the alphanumeric data provided for in paragraph 1.

  1. For the purposes of verification of fingerprints vis-à-vis the VIS, as provided for in paragraph 6, the competent authority may initiate a search from the SEA to the VIS.

  2. In case of failure of the verification of the visa holder or visa or in case of doubt about the identity of the visa holder or the authenticity of the visa or travel document, the staff duly authorized competent authorities to carry out border checks where the EES operated system has access to data in accordance with Article 20 (1) and (2).

compromised system – compromised shared hosting

As my web space has been compromised and seeking advice on other questions and answers, it seems to me to assume that the compromised system is a full, local, dedicated or virtual server, but not of the type of hosting sharing.

As in shared hosting, even if ssh is available, most of the system is not there or is not accessible, and many relevant tools such as a package manager are unavailable, there must be a difference between what can be compromised and how to manage it. in comparison with the complete servers.

I would like to understand the differences.

Thank you

You are looking for automation of the remote publishing and download system.

I need a system to search and display scene elements on different sites. you have to download automatically.

bracketing – Is there a good system for indicating or marking images in a bracket group?

I took a lot of shots. Some of them are intended for bracketing.

But as far as post-processing is concerned, the pictures baffle me because I can not say for sure which group of three comes from a cliché. Here is an example:

enter the description of the image here

Is there a good system or best practice to differentiate the group of photos from other normal snapshots?

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Vectors – How to solve a system of nonlinear equations where there are more equations than variables?

I have a system of equations, which is given by:
begin {equation}
begin {pmatrix}
a_1 ^ 2 \
a_1a_2 \
a_1a_3 \
a_2a_1 \
a_2 ^ 2 \
a_2a_3 \
a_3a_1 \
a_3a_2 \
a_3 ^ 2
end {pmatrix} = begin {pmatrix}
k_1 \
k_2 \
k_3 \
k_4 \
k_5 \
k_6 \
k_7 \
k_8 \
k_9
end {pmatrix}
end {equation}

or $ a_1, a_2, a_3 $ are unknown and $ k_i, i = 1,2, … $ 9 are known. How can I get $ a_j, j = $ 1.2.3? The problem I am facing is, if I consider only $ a_1 ^ 2, a_2 ^ 2, a_3 ^ 2 $, then the correspondent $ k_1, k_5, k_9 $ can be negative leading to complex values, which is unacceptable. Workarounds? Thank you for your time and consideration!

upgrade – Backing up the system to preserve user accounts

I will back up an in-depth learning platform for a job on which an old Ubuntu installation is installed in order to be able to upgrade it to the current version, but I need to 39, a way to do this to keep the user accounts in addition to their files, etc. A simple network upgrade should be enough, but first and foremost I want to make sure everything is backed up first.

My friend says that if you simply back up the home folder, reinstall the operating system, restore it, and that the user adds to the users the same names as he will understand, but I do not want to not bet on that.

I am open to virtually any tool or software, provided that they can be exported as a .ball or .zip archive. Sorry for my ignorance, I had never worked that with small domestic installations with only one user, so this was not a big problem, unlike a potentially massive installation like this one.