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Twitter has revised and simplified its rules and process for reporting abusive behavior on the service, and users now have the ability to report people who are posting their personal information. The change essentially gives Twitter users a method to combat doxing, which is the process of dumping a victim’s personal information online. This often is done as a form of revenge or to embarrass someone. Doxing used to be done in forums or on underground sites, but Twitter has made it possible to broadcast the information to a much larger audience more quickly. Twitter officials are well aware of this problem, as well as the issue of more traditional abusive behavior on the service. So the company has changed the way that users can report such behavior and what kind of things they can report. Twitter said it has greatly increased the size of its staff handling these reports and is processing many more reports than just a few months ago. “Over the last six months, in addition to the product changes, we have overhauled how we review user reports about abuse. As an example, allowing bystanders to report abuse – which can now be done for reports of private information and impersonation as well – involved not only an update to our in-product reporting process, but significant changes to our tools, processes and staffing behind the scenes. Overall, we now review five times as many user reports as we did previously, and we have tripled the size of the support team focused on handling abuse reports,” Tina Bhatnagar, vice president of user services at Twitter said in a blog post. The change is a significant one for Twitter, as the service has evolved into the place where many people not only get their news, but also where people share remarkable personal and private information. The new reporting option also allows users to report abusive behavior that’s targeted at other people and not themselves. Twitter also is changing the way that is enforces the rules against problematic accounts. “We are also beginning to add several new enforcement actions for use against accounts that violate our rules. These new actions will not be visible to the vast majority of rule-abiding Twitter users – but they give us new options for acting against the accounts that don’t follow the rules and serve to discourage behavior that goes against our policies,” Bhatnagar said. Source
Webfwlog is a flexible web-based firewall log analyzer and reporting tool. It supports standard system logs for linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, Solaris, Irix, OS X, etc. as well as Windows XP®. Supported log file formats are netfilter, ipfilter, ipfw, ipchains and Windows XP®. Webfwlog also supports logs saved in a database using the ULOG or NFLOG targets of the linux netfilter project, or any other database logs mapped with a view to the ulogd schema. Versions 1 and 2 of ulogd database schemas are supported. Webfwlog is licensed under the GNU GPL. Webfwlog fully supports IPv6 for database logs, and netfilter and ipfilter system logs. With Webfwlog you can design reports to use on your logged data in whatever configuration you desire. Included are example reports as a starting point. You can sort a report with a single click, “drill-down” on the reports all the way to the packet level, and save your reports for later use. Download: Web-based Firewall Log Analyzer - Browse Files at SourceForge.net
Crystal Reports XI R2 Multilang Crystal Reports XI R2 Multilang | 1.201 GB Crystal Reports XI R2 Developer offers a flexible report design environment for creating and maintaining highly formatted reports. Crystal Reports XI R2 Developer, makes data access, report design, and report maintenance even easier! Crystal Reports XI R2 Developer allows you to access, format, and deliver information to drive better decision-making. Crystal Reports XI R2 Developer has the flexibility and power to provide your internal and external users with the information they need, when they need it, while minimizing IT overhead. Quickly transform almost any data into powerful, interactive content. Create compelling reports for viewing and interaction via portals, wireless devices and Microsoft Office documents. Crystal Reports XI R2 Developer delivers tools for tightly integrating dynamic content from virtually any data source into web and Windows applications. Application Integration Interface SDKs. Use the comprehensive interface SDKs in Crystal Reports within J2EE, .NET, and COM applications for flexible control over how end users interact with reports. Choose from a variety of report viewing, creation, and modification APIs to implement a range of interactivity capabilities - from static report processing/viewing to complex runtime report creation/modification. Reporting components. Embed the powerful Java, .NET, and COM reporting components in Crystal Reports within your application for powerful report processing and rendering. Custom tag library. Reduce the amount of coding required to embed report templates into JSP pages. Using custom JSP tags, you can now easily add a customized viewer to your web applications, dramatically reducing the amount of code required. Customizable report viewers. 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Access user-defined (in-memory) application data by connecting to JavaBeans, ADO.NET, and COM Data Providers. Tight control over database connectivity. Write your own SQL commands or use the proven query generation capabilities of Crystal Reports for flexible control over database connectivity. Multi-data source access. Connect to a unique data source or combine multiple data sources in one report. XML support. Integrate Crystal Reports with your B2B or B2C applications via XML data access or export. Unicode support. Use unicode strings to display data stored in almost any language and present multiple languages in a single report. Formatting and Design Dynamic and cascading prompts. Base report prompts on dynamic values. You will no longer need to maintain static prompt value lists within individual reports because you can reuse existing prompts stored in the repository. (available in Server, Developer, and Professional; Standard supports read-only viewing of dynamic and cascading prompts) Dependency checker. Use the dependency checker to instantly find broken links, formula errors, and dependency issues before reports are published and distributed. Dynamic image location. Pictures and graphics can be placed in a report through a link in the database so that you no longer need to store images within the database. Hierarchical grouping. Users can create their reports in a hierarchical rather than just a relational manner. This provides a better fit for organizational charts and summary reports. Visual report designer. Quickly design interactive reports using an intuitive, drag-and-drop interface and object-oriented explorers. Experts and wizards. Use optional experts and wizards to simplify common reporting tasks such as connecting to a data source, selecting, grouping, sorting, and summarizing data. Any report type. Create virtually any report you need including cross-tab, conditional, top N/bottom N, summary/drill-down, form, mailing label, OLAP, and subreport. Charting and mapping. Increase the graphical impact of your reports by choosing from a wide variety of map and chart types, including bar/3D bar, pie/doughnut, line, gantt, gauge, funnel, XY scatter, ranged map, dot density map, and more. Drag-and-drop charting and cross tabs. For intelligent charting where Crystal Reports will select the best chart style based upon the data in your report. Chart design is faster and easier because charts will be automatically updated when new variables are added. Reusable report objects. Expedite the report design process by storing key report objects - including text objects, SQL commands, bitmaps, and custom functions (formulas) - in a central managed library for sharing, reuse, and single-point updating across multiple reports. Customizable templates. Spend less time formatting individual reports. Design and apply customized templates that specify standards in formatting and logic - including data access operations - to ensure design consistency across reports. You can even use existing reports as templates. Powerful formula language. Use the extensive formula language in Crystal Reports with over 160 built-in and user-defined functions and operators to tightly control report formatting, complex logic, and data selection. A call-stack makes debugging data-level errors easy. A formula extractor and formula workshop are also included. Custom functions. Eliminate redundant formula creation. Extract business logic from formulas to create custom functions so you can use them across multiple reports. Asymmetric reporting. Provide a customized view of OLAP grids. With asymmetric reporting, you can hide specific dimensions of data so that end users only see relevant and valuable data. Access and Excel add-ins. Use an intuitive wizard to easily design a Crystal report from within Microsoft Access or Excel. Workbench and Repository Explorer. Users can easily browse, build, and publish object packages so they can schedule, manage, and secure a group of reports together rather than one report at a time. With the Workbench, users can keep projects organized by grouping reports according to preference. The Repository Explorer simplifies navigation within the BusinessObjects Enterprise system. Designer improvements. Designing reports is easier with the start page that appears each time you open Crystal Reports. The updated visual report designer allows you to point and click so you can create reports without the need for intensive coding. Report Design Zone. A resource-rich site for your report creation and design projects. Filled with a changing supply of demos, white papers, tips, and tricks, it's an invaluable resource for users and developers evaluating Crystal Reports. Report Viewing and Interaction HTML Preview. Report authors can publish perfect reports by previewing how reports will look before they are published to the web. Report Export Configuration. Save report export configuration with a report so that end users forgo the time and trouble of reconfiguring the export each time the report is run. RTF Export Format. For report export editing and optimized accuracy and forms processing. The end user is now able to enhance and expand a report in standard work processing applications. N Value for Top N Style Reports. Parameterized control for N value for top N style reports means that a single report will meet the needs of multiple users. This will reduce the total number of reports that are created and supported. Multiple export formats. Provide end users with reports in the format they prefer. Export reports to popular formats, including Excel, PDF, XML, HTML, RTF, and more. Customizable report viewers. Choose from a variety of server-side and thin-client report viewer controls, including DHTML page (WebForms) viewer, .NET WinForms viewer, Java viewer, ActiveX, and Report Part viewer (mobile viewer), to render reports into various output formats without additional coding. End user report interactivity options - including page forward/back, drill up/down, export, and print - are automatically included and can be customized based on your requirements. Parameters. Let users view the same data in different ways without creating multiple reports. End users can select predefined parameters in a single report to receive a subset of customized data. Alerting. Highlight specific information for your end users with report alerts - user-defined messages that appear when certain conditions are met by the data in a report. Guided navigation. Define specific navigation paths between report objects within the same or different reports for easier end user navigation. Hyperlinks. Use hyperlinks to turn reports into interactive web documents that connect to related information, including web sites and other reports. Drill-down. Without additional coding, create reports that allow end users to drill down on relational and OLAP data to uncover details that might otherwise go unnoticed. Report parts. Repurpose existing reports for use with wireless devices and corporate portals. Provide end users with access to charts, summary tables, specific records, and other key report information via portals, WML phones, RIM Blackberry, and Compaq iPAQ devices. Support for Microsoft Office XP Smart Tags. Insert key report objects - including charts and tables - into Microsoft Outlook, Word, or Excel for instant viewing and refreshing from within an Office document. Security, Support, and Maintenance Patch installation. All Crystal Reports customers will have the most up-to-date version because they will automatically receive the latest hot fixes and service packs. Single sign-on. Reports can be integrated into an existing security infrastructure so users only have to sign on once. Business Objects universes. Support for Business Objects universes (the semantic layer for Business Objects business intelligence tools like Web Intelligence) includes universe view time security and union queries. Complete integration with Business Objects Enterprise architecture. Enjoy seamless continuity between all of the applications within your business intelligence technology suite. Scalability is easier when everything is integrated. 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