There are a few generally used cryptographic algorithms which are often utilized in running a blockchain network. One method that may have vital result in the arena of blockchain is “Secret Sharing Algorithm”. What exactly is Secret Sharing? Blockchain has many techniques to give security to information. Out of which Secret Sharing is one of them. Adi Shamir a renowned Israeli cryptographer, was the creator of Secret sharing algorithm. He was also involved in the invention of the famous RSA Algorithm. Secret Sharing is an idea intended to verify delicate data. When a sender needs to send information to a receiver, rather than sending the information, he isolates the information into parts. Then he sends it everywhere throughout the system. Any middle of the road will get a piece of the message and won’t comprehend what it is. To sort the riddle out, in a manner of speaking, requires a specific least number of parts to get united. At the point when every one of the parts achieves the recipient, the collector consolidates it to get the first information back. Working of Secret sharing algorithm Shamir’s secret sharing is a method which partitions a secret(key) into shares. The secret can be recouped by combining the partitioned shares together. Suppose you need to encode some information. Regardless of which encryption technique you use, you should store the secret key utilized in the encryption in order to decode later. The key must get verified. In the event that the key gets stolen, your information will be effectively unscrambled. In any case, putting away the key is a constantly troublesome issue. It gets considerably troublesome on the off chance that you have to impart the way to other people. You can partition your secret key into pieces and circulate them to different overseers. Everyone still needs to keep a bit of secret key, yet realizing a piece isn’t sufficient to recoup the first secret. Since hacker must trade off numerous overseer’s . . .
Aside from hosting the highly successful Lusito Land Festival, this year the Lusito Association is also inviting everyone to participate in their fun 5km Walk for the Disabled, to be held on Sunday, April 28th, 2019. “Walking is a great form of exercise, it creates healthier bodies and clears up the mind. Adding to that, participants of Sunday’s 5km walk will be walking for a good cause. The funds raised from the walk will go towards the Lusito School for differently abled children,” says Lusito Land Festival spokesperson, Noemia Contente The walk will begin at 8:00 am and will be open to anyone who wishes to join in on the fun. “To sign up to participate in the walk, attendees must pay their R150 into the Lusito Land Festival bank account and use their name and “Walk” as a reference. We will have the names of all paid participants at the registration point on the day and people will need to just tick their name off the registration list, before receiving a band which will allow them into the Lusito Land Festival at no extra cost to them,” Contente says. Lusito Land Festival is the ultimate cultural experience for the entire family with enjoyment for all ages from Portuguese folk dancing, top local artists, and mouth-watering food, celebrated at leisure under an African sky. Situated at the easy-to-access 25 Cayman Road, Johannesburg South, the festival boasts a superb safe and central location with loads of secure parking, clean facilities and a family-friendly environment. The Lusito Land Festival will run from the April 20th to 22nd, and then again from the April 26th to 28th. The Lusito Land Festival is organised by the Lusito Association, a non-profit organisation whose function is to manage and fundraise towards building and maintaining the Lusito School. “The walk on Sunday will be a great way to wind down the festival. It is also a nice way for the whole family to do something together whilst positively affecting their own lives and . . .
After claiming his spot for AKA's Megacy Over Everything Concert In Cape Town, You can the say the Rap moguel is well on his way to making his mark in the Music Industry. Local rapper AL-timit born in the Mother City, whose real name is Lonwabo Mnyungula is without a doubt making a noise through his Music. In just under one year he has performed alongside big names such as Shane Eagle, YoungstaCpt, AKA, and Areece. The rapper has also released 2 music videos , 2 body of works, and has featured one of the best artists in South Africa. The young artist has been working hard in the booth and you can expect his EP eKapa Vol 2 mid May 2019. CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
Homesmart SA has introduced a new range of modern toggle switches for those interested in home decor lighting. Their toggle light switches make flipping a switch more satisfying than ever. Their light switches are designed to be easy on the hands and give homes a classy, retro modern appeal. Don’t let your rooms get you down and start living a fuller life! Ditch the switch that has been a neglected eyesore and change to a toggle switch that not only feels easy on the hand but also adds a classic vintage look to the home. South Africa trusts Homesmart SA for their ingenuity to turn mundane everyday items into products that are not only a source of convenience but are also unique, distinctive & elegant. There is no better place to start than with an item we use countless times a day. Homesmart SA sets the industry standard for quality, high performing home decor lighting products. Their line of toggle switches feature a variety of wall mounting options available with a full array of choice. Designed to outperform other lights and toggle switches on the market, Homesmart SA’s lights and light switches are specifically known to be top of the range when it comes to longevity, aesthetics, finishing, quality, and variety. Their toggle switch range are all CCCs, CE, GB/16915,1 and RoHS2 compliant.Customers get to choose from the Bastille, Classic Vintage and Houdini ranges. The panels are stainless steel and come in a selection of choices like pearl gold, deep bronze, black, grey and white. All colours are provided in 1,2,3 and 4 gang light switches and come with a wall box. These toggle switches can withstand currents up to 10 AMPS and voltages between 220 to 250. Homesmart SA offers free courier delivery, dispatched within 24 Hours. Secure credit card checkout with PayFast with an EFT option. About Homesmart Homesmart SA is known for their decor lights and light switches. They have been serving the South African market with dedication and aim to . . .
To highlight the success of the bilateral relations between Japan and South Africa, the Japanese Embassy to South Africa hosted a media tour to illustrate work done by the various Japanese stakeholders in developing South Africa. “The aim was to take members of the media to the Komatsu Campus in Germiston - one of Japan’s biggest engineering multinational corporations and have them see how the partnership between the two countries has mutual benefits. The second leg of the tour was to visit the Pink Drive Mobile Clinic in Randburg,” Spokesperson for the Embassy of Japan, Taro Sawada says. The Komatsu Campus is the head office of the company in Africa. Occupying 300 000 square metres, it is a parts distribution centre, equipment workshop and technical training hub for the manufacturing firm. “This R985 million investment was one of the first realisations of the commitments announced at the Presidential Investment Conference and is a significant contribution to the efforts of increasing skills development and facing the challenge of unemployment in South Africa,” Sawada says. Another project sponsored by the Japanese Embassy, the Pink Drive mobile mammography clinic is a specialised clinic that provides screening services to aid in the early detection of cancer, with a focus on breast and cervical cancer, as well as basic infant services. “The mobile clinic is equipped with medical devices provided by FUJIFILM and was sponsored by the Embassy of Japan as part of the Grant Assistance for Grassroots and Human Security Projects (GGP) programme in order to allow those who do not have medical aid to be screened,” Sawada says. Pink Drive strives for the empowerment of women by providing the means for women to take control of their healthcare and their own bodies. “We thought it would be fitting to include the Pink Drive on our tour in light of the 5th World Assembly for Women (WAW) being held in Tokyo on the 23rd and 24th of this month. Empowering women . . .
There’s nothing quite as stressful as living in the city – think never ending queues of traffic, sky scrapers and flashing neon signs, malls and cell phone masts and the cacophony of hooting taxi’s, chattering inhabitants and blaring music. Alternatively, there’s nothing quite as soothing as a break in the mountains – and at Gooderson Monks Cowl to be more specific. Think sweeping grasslands, magnificent towering cliffs and peaks topped by starlit skies at night, beautiful trees, the haunting calls of birds of prey on the wing or the soothing sounds of waterfalls. Monks Cowl, which takes its name from the distinctive mountain between Champagne Castle and Cathedral Peak which resembles a cleric’s attire, is the gateway to some of the most magnificent and unspoilt mountain wilderness areas in South Africa and part of the 260 000 hectare Maloti-Drakensberg Park World Heritage Site. Although that should be reason enough to trade the city for the countryside, we’ve got five good reasons why some time out at Gooderson Monks Cowl is the perfect antidote to our urban existence. 1. Nature helps us cope with stress Oodles of research that suggests that we’re compromising our mental health by not taking time out in the peaceful company of nature. This is particularly true for children who are constantly bombarded by television, movies, computer games and mobile phones. In a beautiful mountainous environment, what you see is what you get – perfect peace. Green spaces not only soothe the soul but also allow us to breathe in that revitalizing crisp mountain air. In the countryside, you don’t need an excuse for simply laying back and doing nothing – and, when you return to your day to day routine, we can guarantee that you’ll feel rested and restored. Accommodation options are varied and exceptionally comfortable, from our 35 superior hotel rooms, either mountain or dam facing with 2 double beds, 1 executive suite with a king size bed with double shower, and 8 . . .
Kwikspace was contracted to manufacture, supply and erect 10 mobile units to for use at a new mine in Mpumalanga. Consisting of four single-wide and six double-wide prefabricated modular units, they were the first operational buildings to be placed on site. All units, which provide structures for four different applications on the mine, were completed and handed over during 2018, within a specified three-month timeline. One double-wide unit (7 x 7 m) is used as the induction office located near the entrance and five of them make up the site office block. Two of the single-wide containers (3.5 x 3.5 m) form the ablutions for the office block, and of the remaining two single-wide units, one is used for the security guard hut at site entrance and the other serves as the ablution facilities for the guard hut and induction office. The project was awarded on 1 November 2017 following a tender process. Part of the successful tender, according to Kwikspace Senior Accounts Manager Gerry De Beer, was due to Kwikspace’s product quality, quality of workmanship and willingness to work with the client to meet their exact requirements within budgetary constraints. In addition to the standard electrical and plumbing connections, Kwikspace was commissioned to source and install non-standard items specified by the client. These included air-conditioners, security bars and gates, verandas and walkways, external lighting, diffused internal LED lights and several high level hydro-boilers for instant boiling water. To ensure that the handover of the units was a seamless procedure, a complete snag checklist was agreed to by both parties prior to building handover. “This ensured an effortless handover subsequent to the final building checks carried, both of which were carried out by client representatives and two senior Kwikspace personnel,” De Beer explains. “In addition to ensuring all units were installed and equipped to spec, we aim for continued client satisfaction, which is . . .
The Uniflex UG20 Grease Crimper, one of the items taking centre stage at this year’s NAMPO in May. Hydraulic and Automation Warehouse (HAW), A Bosch Rexroth South Africa Group Company, will showcase eight of its niche product lines at NAMPO 2019. Formally known as Grain SA’s NAMPO Harvest Day, the exhibition takes place annually at NAMPO Park near Bothaville in the Free State. The four-day exhibition runs from 15 to 18 May, with HAW’s focus this year on its Uniflex Grease Crimpers – specifically the Uniflex UG20; Salami brand gear pumps and valve banks; the M+S gerolor and gerotor motors and M+S steering orbitals; and tie-rod cylinders. Other products in the line-up include Intertraco hose and fittings, OMT filters and LuEn in-line components. “Interacting with Free State-based resellers and distributors is the highlight of this annual event for us,” says HAW General Manager, Werner Joubert. “It is the stage where we connect with existing customers to promote new products and technologies, and introduce our products, technologies and brands to potential new customers”. Joubert says that HAW has the technologies, quality products and industry expertise to provide application-specific, cost-effective hydraulic solutions that can enhance agricultural equipment and machinery. “We use the NAMPO opportunity to demonstrate our commitment to agricultural equipment OEMs, and to get customer feedback and suggestions for exploring new technologies. We’re looking forward to seeing how HAW will be able to meet any new requirements identified by our target market,” he concludes. CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
Johannesburg, 19 March 2018 – The Really Great Brand Company today, announced the launch of their brand-new bold offering; Southern Comfort Black during a New Orleans inspired event at the Living Room – Maboneng’s plant-filled rooftop café. A diverse group of media were introduced to the new bold, robust whiskey-forward blend while experiencing the Spirit of the South through the sights, sounds and food delicacies of this exciting city. Southern Comfort Black perfectly maintains the iconic flavours of Southern Comfort Original, but includes subtle spice and fruity accents, placing it in a league of its own. In 1874, founder and legendary southerner M.W. Heron, created the first batch of his genuine smooth-drinking whiskey, blended with his very own fruits and spices. The original recipe is fitting for a whiskey that’s still deeply rooted in the local flavour and vibrant soul of one of the most unforgettable places in the world – New Orleans. Where there’s a party on every street, a story behind every door, and a mischievous smile inviting you to be part of it all. “While our latest offering carries on the legacy of M.W. Heron, it also celebrates Sazerac master spirits blender Drew Mayville, who is responsible for this bolder profile,” says Southern Comfort Brand Manager, Grant de Jager. “Fittingly, the black label, truly takes the original Southern Comfort experience up a notch – for those of you who like their extra-smooth whiskey, extra bold!” he adds. Best served with a variety of mixers, soda water or simply on the rocks, Southern Comfort Black is dark, mysterious and mostly – sophisticated. Available at all major retail stores, nationwide. CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
The Internet of Things takes a big leap in the water treatment industry in 2019 with the launch of Veolia Water Technologies’ new AQUAVISTA™ digital platform in Africa. This award-winning digital suite of standard and customisable water process management applications provides a rich, flexible intelligence layer that analyses, measures and benchmarks plant, process and equipment data for a whole range of functions. These include advanced analytics and diagnostics; condition monitoring; integrated asset management and benchmarking; optimisation of preventative maintenance; ensuring regulatory compliance; interactive troubleshooting; and more. This information is supplied in real time and historically to authorised plant personnel across Veolia’s secure, private and user-friendly cloud-based web portal, which can be accessed remotely and on any device. “Through our operations and maintenance services, Veolia adds value to our customers’ water treatment systems by continuously seeking to optimise processes, asset performance and reduce operational costs, including energy and chemical consumption,” explains Chris Braybrooke, General Manager: Marketing. “The AQUAVISTA™ suite delivers even further efficiency gains and plant management optimisation with powerful, intuitive and customisable algorithms and dashboards.” AQUAVISTA™ consists of three primary tools: Portal, Insight, Plant and Assist. The AQUAVISTA™ Portal is the single point of reference for all information relating to a water treatment system. This secure, 24/7 managed service simplifies and improves the convenience of plant management. It is the basis for a wide range of functions, including: • Real-time remote monitoring of equipment data • Dynamic alarm management and information for operators • Key information about service contracts and reports • Archive of all service and sales orders • Access to equipment data, such as user guides, performance documents, calibration certificates, . . .