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Enlarge / Supply-chain attacks, like the latest PyPi discovery, insert malicious code into seemingly functional software packages used by developers. They’re becoming increasingly common. Getty Images reader comments 42 with 34 posters participating Share this story Researchers have discovered yet another set of malicious packages in PyPi, the official and most popular repository for Python programs ..

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reader comments 106 with 73 posters participating, including story author Share this story Open source packages downloaded an estimated 30,000 times from the PyPI open source repository contained malicious code that surreptitiously stole credit card data and login credentials and injected malicious code on infected machines, researchers said on Thursday. In a post, researchers Andrey ..

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In questo articolo mostrerò una tecnica di segmentazione di codici a barre da immagini. Per segmentazione si intende l’identificazione della posizione di uno o più oggetti di interesse all’interno di un’immagine. Non userò deep learning, bensì solo caro vecchio image processing 😉. Setup Per la scrittura del codice, viene molto comodo Jupyter notebook. Con Jupyter potrete interagire ..

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Spazi di Colore Prima di introdurre la gestione dei spazi di colore e dei pixel di OpenCV, cerchiamo di dare qualche accenno su cos’è uno Spazio di Colore. Uno  Spazio di Colore non è altro che una mappatura del colore che una periferica è in grado di riprodurre, ovvero una descrizione precisa di un colore ..

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OpenCV OpenCV è una libreria open-source, scritta in C, per lo streaming video real-time, ovvero la Computer Vision e gira sotto Windows, Linux e MacOS X. La libreria permette una semplice gestione di immagini trattandole come “matrici di pixel“, alle quali è possibile accedervi in maniera molto semplice e rapida. Prima di cimentarci nella vera ..

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When you incorporate machine learning techniques to speed up SEO recovery, the results can be amazing. This is the third and last installment from our series on using Python to speed SEO traffic recovery. In part one, I explained how our unique approach, that we call “winners vs losers” helps us quickly narrow down the ..

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reader comments 191 with 124 posters participating Share this story Stack Overflow’s annual developer survey was published this week, giving an insight into the skills, experience, and opinions of a wide slice of the developer community. Since its launch in 2008, Stack Overflow has become an essential developer tool, offering copy/paste solutions to an ever-growing ..

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Enlarge / OK, so Visual Studio’s always gonna look like Visual Studio. But the eagle-eyed will spot a few differences. There’s the menus-in-title bar at the top. There’s the message “No issues found” in the status bar, showing that background code analysis has found no problems with my code. Bottom left, to the left of ..

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Automating the process of narrowing down site traffic issues with Python gives you the opportunity to help your clients recover fast. This is the second part of a three-part series. In part one, I introduced our approach to nail down the pages losing traffic. We call it the “winners vs losers” analysis. If you have ..

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