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This table shows how heavily the calculated legendaries drop rate depends on the data that is considered. If we include data from users that have added less than 100 packs per set, the legendaries drop rate - especially for Un'Goro - decreases.

The most likely explanation is that people who have entered fewer packs have not triggered their pity timers yet, however it's theoretically also possible that Blizzard has changed the pity fuction from set to set.

As you can see here, the distribution of legendary drop rates for individual users is a lot sharper for those who have opened at least 200 packs, as opposed to those - in this case - who have opened 50-100 packs.

PityTracker is a convenient pack tracking tool that allows you to keep track of your pack opening statistics, let's you know when to expect your next legendary and let's you manage your crafting wishlist.

The Netgear router CLI unlocking protocol establishes a TCP (for older Netgear routers), or UDP (for newer Netgear routers) connection on telnet port 23 to the router's LAN IP address, send an encrypted probe packet, then close the connection.If the router accepts the probe packet and unlocks the CLI, then the CLI responds after a subsequent connection with a telnet client.

The encrypted probe packet is then sent to telnet port (23) on the router using a TCP, or UDP socket in the standard manner.Curiously, Netgear's Windows telnetEnable.exe program also includes the necessary support to decode packets incoming from the router, but there does not appear to be any two-way handshake implemented. It is simple a TCP send from the client to the router.

Note: The encrypted probe packet is sized as char output_Buf[0x640] but only an encoded data length of size of 0x80 appears to be used by the code. It is unknown what other capabilities may be similarly enabled via the 'reserved' field, or by other passwords.

Note: It has also been discovered that the 'reserved' field of the probe packet can be overwritten up to 0x11 bytes by the password field. This occurs with the newest modified version of the TelnetEnable utility due to 1) Netgear changing the daemon that listens for the probe packed to only accept the packet over UDP, and 2) The default password of 'Geardog' no longer works, and instead one must enter the web interface password, which can be up to 33 characters long. Even though the 'reserved' field is overwritten, the abnormal packet sent to the router will still unlock telnet. An in-depth analysis of the probe packet was recently conducted by Roberto Frenna. View the discussion here: Github Commit Comment

The old Netgear Windows telnetEnable.exe sends probe packets to the router's TCP port 23.Thus, it is not compatible with newer routers and firmware introduced by Netgear after early 2014, which now require probe packets sent over UDP port 23.

This telnetenable natively sends network data to TCP port 23,but also supports network data redirection to another utility or file.With the assistance of the netcat utility, this telnetenablecan send the probe packet with UDP to newer (after early 2014) Netgear firmware and routers.

Of note is the Unix/Linux/OS X versions of TelnetEnable were not developed by Netgear.The information necessary to develop these TelnetEnable versions was from reverse engineering the operation of Windows telnetEnable.exe in order to discover what magic packets Netgear's tool sends to the router to enable the telnet interface.

This was the earliest known version of TelnetEnable that added networking support toyoshac's probe packet payload generator.Archived copies of the code are still available astelnetenable.c 4/30/2007 andtelnetenable.c 8/12/2013at file telnetenable-0.2.c included in telnetenable-0.4-2.tar.gz noted above is also a copy of telnetenable.c as it appeared at the Seattle Wireless site in 2009.

On Feb 12, 2015 NetgearTelnetEnable was forked on Github by insanid. Changes such as switching from a TCP to a UDP payload, and increasing maximum allowed password length to 33 characters were made which allow this modified telnetenable.c to unlock telnet on newer Netgear routers such as the R6700, R7000, and R7500. Some older Netgear routers, or Router+ADSL modem devices such as the DGN2200v4 have received recent firmware updates which have changed the device to now only accept probe packets over UDP. This newer, modified, telnetenable.c should unlock telnet on any Netgear router that accepts probe packets over UDP.

WinRAR is a trialware file archiver utility for Windows, developed by Eugene Roshal of win.rar GmbH. It can create and view archives in RAR or ZIP file formats,[5] and unpack numerous archive file formats. To enable the user to test the integrity of archives, WinRAR embeds CRC32 or BLAKE2 checksums for each file in each archive. WinRAR supports creating encrypted, multi-part and self-extracting archives.

Although archiving with the RAR format is proprietary, RARLAB supplies as copyrighted freeware the C++ source code of the current UnRAR unpacker, with a license allowing it to be used in any software, thus enabling others to produce software capable of unpacking, but not creating, RAR archives.[15]

Advantages MCP-Mod allows for a more efficient use of data. There are many practical recommendations available [137], and it has been successfully applied in a number of trials [143]. The European Medicines Agency issued a qualification opinion of MCP-Mod [144] concluding that MCP-Mod uses available data better than the traditional pairwise comparisons, and the FDA also designated the method as fit for purpose [145]. There is software that implements the methodology, e.g. an R-package, DoseFinding [146] and PROC MCPMOD in SAS.

For many years, one major obstacle to the use of adaptive designs in practice has been the lack of suitable software to aid both the design and conduct of trials. This issue is increasingly being tackled by those researching the methods, with many open source packages available for the design and analysis of adaptive methods some of which have been cited in this work. For example rpact [204] is an R package that assists in the design and analysis of confirmatory clinical trials. In addition, there is a steep learning curve to the implementation of such designs; training courses are becoming increasingly available to address this. 041b061a72


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