Folder Protect 2.0.7 _VERIFIED_ Full Key Final [10 7 2019]
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Folder Protect 2.0.7 Full Key Final [10 7 2019]
Following the draft publication of NIST SP 800-164 , NIST began looking for additional ways to foster mobile security in the enterprise. The three primarymobility security principles of NIST SP 800-164 (i.e., device integrity, isolation, and protected storage) were used as a baseline. Moving forward, NCCoEengineers used other standards and guidance relating to mobility to build upon these principles to create the full list of security characteristics andcapabilities in Section 4.3.
Add support for compiling SQLite to WASM and running it in web browsers. NB: The WASM build and its interfaces are considered "beta" and are subject to minor changes if the need arises. We anticipate finalizing the interface for the next release. Add the recovery extension that might be able to recover some content from a corrupt database file. Query planner enhancements: Recognize covering indexes on tables with more than 63 columns where columns beyond the 63rd column are used in the query and/or are referenced by the index. Extract the values of expressions contained within expression indexes where practical, rather than recomputing the expression. The NOT NULL and IS NULL operators (and their equivalents) avoid loading the content of large strings and BLOB values from disk. Avoid materializing a view on which a full scan is performed exactly once. Use and discard the rows of the view as they are computed. Allow flattening of a subquery that is the right-hand operand of a LEFT JOIN in an aggregate query. A new typedef named sqlite3_filename is added and used to represent the name of a database file. Various interfaces are modified to use the new typedef instead of "char*". This interface change should be fully backwards compatible, though it might cause (harmless) compiler warnings when rebuilding some legacy applications. Add the sqlite3_value_encoding() interface. Security enhancement: SQLITE_DBCONFIG_DEFENSIVE is augmented to prohibit changing the schema_version. The schema_version becomes read-only in defensive mode. Enhancements to the PRAGMA integrity_check statement: Columns in non-STRICT tables with TEXT affinity should not contain numeric values. Columns in non-STRICT tables with NUMERIC affinity should not contain TEXT values that could be converted into numbers. Verify that the rows of a WITHOUT ROWID table are in the correct order. Enhance the VACUUM INTO statement so that it honors the PRAGMA synchronous setting. Enhance the sqlite3_strglob() and sqlite3_strlike() APIs so that they are able to accept NULL pointers for their string parameters and still generate a sensible result. Provide the new SQLITE_MAX_ALLOCATION_SIZE compile-time option for limiting the size of memory allocations. Change the algorithm used by SQLite's built-in pseudo-random number generator (PRNG) from RC4 to Chacha20. Allow two or more indexes to have the same name as long as they are all in separate schemas. Miscellaneous performance optimizations result in about 1% fewer CPU cycles used on typical workloads.Hashes:SQLITE_SOURCE_ID: 2022-11-16 12:10:08 89c459e766ea7e9165d0beeb124708b955a4950d0f4792f457465d71b158d318SHA3-256 for sqlite3.c: ab8da6bc754642989e67d581f26683dc705b068cea671970f0a7d32cfacbad19
Take advantage of the atomic-write capabilities in the F2FS filesystem when available, for greatly reduced transaction overhead. This currently requires the SQLITE_ENABLE_BATCH_ATOMIC_WRITE compile-time option. Allow ATTACH and DETACH commands to work inside of a transaction. Allow WITHOUT ROWID virtual tables to be writable if the PRIMARY KEY contains exactly one column. The "fsync()" that occurs after the header is written in a WAL reset now uses the sync settings for checkpoints. This means it will use a "fullfsync" on macs if PRAGMA checkpoint_fullfsync set on. The sqlite3_sourceid() function tries to detect if the source code has been modified from what is checked into version control and if there are modifications, the last four characters of the version hash are shown as "alt1" or "alt2". The objective is to detect accidental and/or careless edits. A forger can subvert this feature. Improved de-quoting of column names for CREATE TABLE AS statements with an aggregate query on the right-hand side. Fewer "stat()" system calls issued by the unix VFS. Enhanced the LIKE optimization so that it works with an ESCAPE clause. Enhanced PRAGMA integrity_check and PRAGMA quick_check to detect obscure row corruption that they were formerly missing. Also update both pragmas so that they return error text rather than SQLITE_CORRUPT when encountering corruption in records. The query planner now prefers to implement FROM-clause subqueries using co-routines rather using the query flattener optimization. Support for the use of co-routines for subqueries may no longer be disabled. Pass information about !=, IS, IS NOT, NOT NULL, and IS NULL constraints into the xBestIndex method of virtual tables. Enhanced the CSV virtual table so that it accepts the last row of input if the final new-line character is missing. Remove the rarely-used "scratch" memory allocator. Replace it with the SQLITE_CONFIG_SMALL_MALLOC configuration setting that gives SQLite a hint that large memory allocations should be avoided when possible. Added the swarm virtual table to the existing union virtual table extension. Added the sqlite_dbpage virtual table for providing direct access to pages of the database file. The source code is built into the amalgamation and is activated using the -DSQLITE_ENABLE_DBPAGE_VTAB compile-time option. Add a new type of fts5vocab virtual table - "instance" - that provides direct access to an FTS5 full-text index at the lowest possible level. Remove a call to rand_s() in the Windows VFS since it was causing problems in Firefox on some older laptops. The src/shell.c source code to the command-line shell is no longer under version control. That file is now generated as part of the build process. Miscellaneous microoptimizations reduce CPU usage by about 2.1%. Bug fixes: Fix a faulty assert() statement discovered by OSSFuzz. Ticket cb91bf4290c211d Fix an obscure memory leak in sqlite3_result_pointer(). Ticket 7486aa54b968e9b Avoid a possible use-after-free error by deferring schema resets until after the query planner has finished running. Ticket be436a7f4587ce5 Only use indexes-on-expressions to optimize ORDER BY or GROUP BY if the COLLATE is correct. Ticket e20dd54ab0e4383 Fix an assertion fault that was coming up when the expression in an index-on-expressions is really a constant. Ticket aa98619ad08ddca Fix an assertion fault that could occur following PRAGMA reverse_unordered_selects. Ticket cb91bf4290c211d Fix a segfault that can occur for queries that use table-valued functions in an IN or EXISTS subquery. Ticket b899b6042f97f5 Fix a potential integer overflow problem when compiling a particular horrendous common table expression. This was another problem discovered by OSSFuzz. Check-in 6ee8cb6ae5. Fix a potential out-of-bound read when querying a corrupt database file, a problem detected by Natalie Silvanovich of Google Project Zero. Check-in 04925dee41a21f.Hashes:SQLITE_SOURCE_ID: "2017-10-24 18:55:49 1a584e499906b5c87ec7d43d4abce641fdf017c42125b083109bc77c4de48827"SHA3-256 for sqlite3.c: 84c181c0283d0320f488357fc8aab51898370c157601459ebee49d779036fe03
Added the sqlite3_wal_checkpoint_v2() interface and enhanced the wal_checkpoint pragma to support blocking checkpoints. Improvements to the query planner so that it makes better estimates of plan costs and hence does a better job of choosing the right plan, especially when SQLITE_ENABLE_STAT2 is used. Fix a bug which prevented deferred foreign key constraints from being enforced when sqlite3_finalize() was not called by one statement with a failed foreign key constraint prior to another statement with foreign key constraints running. Integer arithmetic operations that would have resulted in overflow are now performed using floating-point instead. Increased the version number on the VFS object to 3 and added new methods xSetSysCall, xGetSysCall, and xNextSysCall used for doing full-coverage testing. Increase the maximum value of SQLITE_MAX_ATTACHED from 30 to 62 (though the default value remains at 10). Enhancements to FTS4: Added the fts4aux table Added support for compressed FTS4 content Enhance the ANALYZE command to support the name of an index as its argument, in order to analyze just that one index. Added the "unix-excl" built-in VFS on unix and unix-like platforms. SQLITE_SOURCE_ID: "2011-04-12 01:58:40 f9d43fa363d54beab6f45db005abac0a7c0c47a7" SHA1 for sqlite3.c: f38df08547efae0ff4343da607b723f588bbd66b
Essential data processing steps, from nanopore sequencing to spatiotemporal bacterial composition analysis (Materials and methods). After full-length 16S rDNA sequencing with the MinION (R9.4.1 flow cell), local basecalling of the raw fast5 files was performed using Guppy (Wick et al., 2019). Output fastq files were filtered for length and quality (Materials and methods), and reads assigned to their location barcode using Porechop. We then used Minimap2 (k = 15) and the SILVA v.132 database for taxonomic classifications. Rarefaction reduced each sample to the same number of reads (37,000), allowing for a robust comparison of bacterial composition across samples in various analyses. 350c69d7ab