Cerebellum and basal nuclei instead of a crystal ball: how the brain predicts the future

Cerebellum and basal nuclei instead of a crystal ball: how the brain predicts the future  
 
Today, you and I will move a bit away from examining research on the basis of our favorite physics /chemistry and turn our attention to research on the human body. More precisely on the study of the brain. This body is so complex that all previous studies gave one answer and 10 new questions, so to speak. More specifically, today we are going to consider a study that intends to answer the question - how does the brain predict the future? And no, we will not talk about tarot cards, coffee grounds, astrology and other unscientific things. We will talk about how the human brain, using existing knowledge...
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MIT course "Security of computer systems". Lecture 18: "Private Internet Browsing", part 3

MIT course "Security of computer systems". Lecture 18: "Private Internet Browsing", part 3

Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Lecture course # ???. "Security of computer systems." Nikolai Zeldovich, James Mykens. 2014

3r33434.  
Computer Systems Security is a course on the development and implementation of secure computer systems. Lectures cover threat models, attacks that compromise security, and security methods based on the latest scientific work. Topics include operating system (OS) security, capabilities, information flow control, language security, network protocols, hardware protection and security in web applications. 3r33434.  
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MIT course "Security of computer systems". Lecture 17: “User Authentication”, part 2

MIT course "Security of computer systems". Lecture 17: “User Authentication”, part 2

Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Lecture course # ???. "Security of computer systems." Nikolai Zeldovich, James Mykens. 2014

3r37777.  
Computer Systems Security is a course on the development and implementation of secure computer systems. Lectures cover threat models, attacks that compromise security, and security methods based on the latest scientific work. Topics include operating system (OS) security, capabilities, information flow control, language security, network protocols, hardware protection and security in web applications. 3r37777.  
3r37777.  
Lecture 1: "Introduction: threat ...[/h]
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MIT course "Security of computer systems". Lecture 16: "Attacks through the side channel", part 1

MIT course "Security of computer systems". Lecture 16: "Attacks through the side channel", part 1 
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Lecture course # ???. "Security of computer systems." Nikolai Zeldovich, James Mykens. 2014

3r38282.  
Computer Systems Security is a course on the development and implementation of secure computer systems. Lectures cover threat models, attacks that compromise security, and security methods based on the latest scientific work. Topics include operating system (OS) security, capabilities, information flow control, language security, network protocols, hardware protection and security in web applications. 3r38282.  
3r38282.  
Lecture 1: "Introduction: ...[/h]
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Conference DEFCON 17. Laugh at your viruses! Part 2

 3r33412. 3r3-31. Conference DEFCON 17. Laugh at your viruses! Part 1
 3r33412.
 3r33412. Then you can load it into IDA and see that everything in the table of imported addresses looks fine, and we can follow the cross-references to set a pointer to the desired file. So we get exactly to the point of location of the dependent encryption code.
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 3r33412. Conference DEFCON 17. Laugh at your viruses! Part 2  3r33412.
 3r33412. Thus, with just a few memory dump commands, we found a place where Coreflood hid. We disassembled, extracted and pasted the PE header, even without it, and got a fully restored address table in less than 20 seconds.
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MIT course "Security of computer systems". Lecture 15: "Medical software", part 3

 3r33512. 3r3-31.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Lecture course # ???. "Security of computer systems." Nikolai Zeldovich, James Mykens. 2014


 3r33512. Computer Systems Security is a course on the development and implementation of secure computer systems. Lectures cover threat models, attacks that compromise security, and security methods based on the latest scientific work. Topics include operating system (OS) security, capabilities, information flow control, language security, network protocols, hardware protection and security in web applications.
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 3r33512. Lecture 1: "Introduction: ...[/h]
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MIT course "Security of computer systems". Lecture 15: “Medical Software”, part 2

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Lecture course # ???. "Security of computer systems." Nikolai Zeldovich, James Mykens. 2014

3r31414.  3r3634. Computer Systems Security is a course on the development and implementation of secure computer systems. Lectures cover threat models, attacks that compromise security, and security methods based on the latest scientific work. Topics include operating system (OS) security, capabilities, information flow control, language security, network protocols, hardware protection and security in web applications. 3r31414.  3r3634. 3r31414...[/h]
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MIT course "Security of computer systems". Lecture 15: “Medical Software”, part 1

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Lecture course # ???. "Security of computer systems." Nikolai Zeldovich, James Mykens. 2014

3r33535.  3r?383. Computer Systems Security is a course on the development and implementation of secure computer systems. Lectures cover threat models, attacks that compromise security, and security methods based on the latest scientific work. Topics include operating system (OS) security, capabilities, information flow control, language security, network protocols, hardware protection and security in web applications. 3r33535.  3r?383. 3r33535...[/h]
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MIT course "Security of computer systems". Lecture 14: "SSL and HTTPS", part 3

MIT course "Security of computer systems". Lecture 14: "SSL and HTTPS", part 3 
3r3-31.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Lecture course # ???. "Security of computer systems." Nikolai Zeldovich, James Mykens. 2014


 
Computer Systems Security is a course on the development and implementation of secure computer systems. Lectures cover threat models, attacks that compromise security, and security methods based on the latest scientific work. Topics include operating system (OS) security, capabilities, information flow control, language security, network protocols, hardware protection and security in web applications.
 
 
Lecture 1: "Introduction: threat models" 3r310...[/h]
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MIT course "Security of computer systems". Lecture 13: "Network Protocols", part 1

MIT course "Security of computer systems". Lecture 13: "Network Protocols", part 1 3r? 3591. 3r3-31.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Lecture course # ???. "Security of computer systems." Nikolai Zeldovich, James Mykens. 2014

3r33571.  3r? 3591. Computer Systems Security is a course on the development and implementation of secure computer systems. Lectures cover threat models, attacks that compromise security, and security methods based on the latest scientific work. Topics include operating system (OS) security, capabilities, information flow control, language security, network protocols, hardware protection and security in web applications. 3r33571.  3r? 3591...[/h]
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