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The nominal group discussed all 11 components (Table 1). The items most appropriate for the components (Table 2), were included in the draft instrument [also see Additional file 1]. The instrument is an 11-item questionnaire that asks reviewers to answer yes, no, can't answer or not applicable. A separate question on language was identified in the factor analysis as a significant issue, but the nominal group felt that the contradictory evidence in the literature warranted removing this item from the shortened item list and capturing it under the question on publication status.




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Only a few lines of code are required to run the model. First, weinitialize the runtime for inference. Then we read the networkarchitecture and model weights from the .pdmodel and .pdiparamsfiles to load onto the CPU.


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Hey. Im no expert on these things so i thought id ask you guys. Im a musician and i got pmd by a guy who wanted me to master a song for him. But it felt pretty shady. But i did for him. I recived 2 mp3 files of an instrumental and a vocal track. I just need to know if they could contain any virus of some sort? I read that if its a virus it cant be played by a normal media player. I have scanned a full scan with Avast and Malwarebytes. Should it be all good then?


Viruses are malicious code that has the ability to self replicate. That is the malicious code is able to autonomously spread from file to computer, computer to computer or computer to file ( and other means as well ).


The answer is not simple. There are many qualifications of malware and "media" files. The simple, but incomplete, answer is yes. But not in a format that readily "infects" a computer unless there are certain underlying criteria that are met.


MP3, WMV, MOV, etc are all media files. They can be created with Exploit Code. Thus the files are malicious. For example, let's say there is a Vulnerability in Windows Media Player with MP3 files. A MP3 file could be created with the intent of exploiting that vulnerability and if it is successful, attempt to infect the host with some payload.


Another case may be to exploit the Windows Digital Rights Management ( DRM ). In that case the explit is not a software vulnerability, it is a Human Exploit. Exploiting the frailties of Humans is called Social Engineering. A MP3 or WMV or some other media file can be created to use Social Engineering and DRM to get you, the person who plays the media file to download something. That which is downloaded could be malicious. These are most called Wimad trojans. When it comes to MP3 files, The Wimad is most common. It works on the need to obtain music for free. So that desire to pirate music is the Social Engineering ploy used. In fact I ran into an employee who allowed the pirating of AutoDesk software. He was giving the software, and its keycode, to many people. That same person decided to connect a USB External Hard Disk his employer owned computer which was running Kaspersky anti virus software. His computer was subsequently flagged with 44 Wimad trojans o that hard disk.


There is another concept called steganography. That is where the data file is manipulated is such a way that malware can be embedded within the media file. However, one needs an external utility to extract the malware that was embedded. While this is possible, it is so impracticable it just isn't used. Steganography is used more often in trade-craft in the exfiltration of data where stolen information is embedded in a media file. That media file hides in plain site and the malicious actor can then extract the stolen data thus making the data exfiltration less detectable. That too has limitations when trying to exfiltrate large quantities of data.


Alright, but @David H. Lipman it says that '' By clicking Scan It, you censent to our ToS and allow VirusTotal to share this file with the security community.Im not really sure what that means? Does random members get accses to it? This is not my song to share befor its actually released. 041b061a72


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