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Google Researcher Details Windows Cryptographic Library Bug

Data Breach Today

Flaw Could Cause Denial-of-Service Event in Windows Fleet, Researcher Claims A Google security researcher has disclosed what he calls an unpatched bug in the main cryptographic library used in newer versions of the Windows operating system that he claims could affect an entire fleet of Windows-based devices

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Malware campaign hides a shellcode into Windows event logs

Security Affairs

Experts spotted a malware campaign that is the first one using a technique of hiding a shellcode into Windows event logs. In February 2022 researchers from Kaspersky spotted a malicious campaign using a novel technique that consists of hiding the shellcode in Windows event logs.

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Hackers Are Now Exploiting Windows Event Logs

eSecurity Planet

Hackers have found a way to infect Windows Event Logs with fileless malware , security researchers have found. During a “very targeted” campaign, hackers used Windows Event Logs to inject shellcode payloads and operate stealthily. How to Protect Against Event Log Attacks.

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Take action with your library this Libraries Week

CILIP

Take action with your library this Libraries Week. This Libraries Week (4-10 October 2021) libraries across the UK showcase their vital role in supporting active and engaged communities as we celebrate the transformative impact libraries can have on people?s

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Announcement of the 2022 Green Libraries Grants Winners

CILIP

Announcement of the 2022 Green Libraries Grants Winners. Selected projects include a range of innovative ideas that will enable libraries to demonstrate environmental understanding and action through local partnerships, community engagement activities and staff, stock and space interventions.

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Arts Council England and partners launch Green Libraries programme

CILIP

Arts Council England and partners launch Green Libraries programme. 163,000 to CILIP, the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals, to launch the Green Libraries programme, which aims to help libraries address their environmental impact.

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Independent Review of Public Library Financing Panel announcement

CILIP

Independent Review of Public Library Financing Panel announcement. CILIP is delighted to announce the expert members of the recently established Independent Review of Public Library Financing Panel. In recent years, libraries have found their creative identity ? Public librarie

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Next generation public library LMS

CILIP

Next generation public library LMS. The technology and people underpinning the Library Consortium?s The Library Consortium (until recently the London Library Consortium) has existed since 2002. s library management system was hosted by Axiell.

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One world, one library network

CILIP

One world, one library network. Working Internationally for Libraries Virtual Conference 2021: A free, virtual conference for Public Libraries in the UK and across the world. Two, look for advocacy ideas and how best to campaign to keep libraries funded and active.?

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Arup Library: 60 years

CILIP

Arup Library: 60 years. Arup Library: 60 years. Key projects include the Sydney Opera House, the Pompidou Centre and the British Library. The first library in the firm?s What follows is a brief overview of 60 years of the Arup Library in London. Early Arup Library.

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The British Library?s International Library Leaders Programme

CILIP

The British Library?s s International Library Leaders Programme. Ilene McKenna is the Lead Archivist, Archival Information System Renewal at Library and Archives Canada. In November 2019, she had the opportunity to take part in British Library?s

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CILIP statement on Reading Central Library Drag Queen Story Hour

CILIP

CILIP statement on Reading Central Library Drag Queen Story Hour. ?. Physical and verbal abuse is never appropriate and is particularly distasteful at an event for children and young people.

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Feminist leadership, libraries and Covid-19

CILIP

Feminist leadership, libraries and Covid-19. s Library which was established in 1991 and now has more than 20 paid staff ? s was Roly Keating, Chief Executive of the British Library. s Library were sown.? s Library (GWL) and having been involved in a range of women?s

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COVID-19 Guidance for School Libraries

CILIP

COVID-19 Guidance for School Libraries. This Guidance has been developed by a Working Party convened jointly by CILIP, the CILIP School Libraries Group (CILIP SLG) and the School Library Association (SLA). all library services resumed?).

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Malicious developer distributed tainted version of Event-Stream NodeJS Module to steal Bitcoins

Security Affairs

Hacker compromised third-party NodeJS module “Event-Stream” introducing a malicious code aimed at stealing funds in Bitcoin wallet apps. The Event-Stream library is a very popular NodeJS module used to allow developers the management of data streams, it has nearly 2 million downloads a week. It has been estimated that the tainted version of the library was downloaded by nearly 8 million developers. For example: $ npm ls event-stream flatmap -stream.

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The Big Issue and Library Champion Bobby Seagull bring the case for library funding to Parliament

CILIP

The Big Issue and Library Champion Bobby Seagull bring the case for library funding to Parliament. At a Parliamentary event at the House of Lords today, The Big Issue and Library Champion Bobby Seagull will join forces with CILIP, the UK library association, to make the case for long-term sustainable funding for libraries. Speaking on the day of the launch event, CILIP CEO Nick Poole commented, ?We Library Champion Bobby Seagull commented, ?Last

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Celebrating LGBT+ History Month in Libraries!

CILIP

Celebrating LGBT+ History Month in Libraries! February is LGBT+ History Month and libraries, information services and Learning Resource Centres up and down the country are organising events, activities, workshops and performances to celebrate LGBT+ people. Manchester Libraries.

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New report: Advancing Art Libraries and Curated Web Archives

Archive-It

The web archiving partners at the Internet Archive and the New York Art Resources Consortium (NYARC) are eager to share Advancing Art Libraries and Curated Web Archives: National Forum Report. Collaborative Collecting Museums and Art Libraries

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Apprenticeships: supporting new talent in to libraries

CILIP

Apprenticeships: supporting new talent in to libraries. Last summer Kirklees Libraries recruited two new apprentices as part of a council-wide programme to develop and deliver apprentice opportunities. ve worked for Kirklees libraries for 35 years.

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Shift happens: the future office/library in a connected world

CILIP

Shift happens: the future office/library in a connected world. climate change extreme events). and, yes, the library. So what role can libraries play in the new normal ? Our libraries are cherished and often the strong vocal support for the ?as

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Libraries Week 2019 celebrates libraries in a digital world

CILIP

Libraries Week 2019 celebrates libraries in a digital world. Annual Libraries Week celebrations (7-12 October 2019) will showcase how libraries have transformed their digital offer, featuring events and activities in more than 1,000 libraries across the UK. s competition to Build the Library of the Future out of LEGO bricks and win tickets to LEGOLAND Windsor and ?500 500 to donate to a library of your choice. LOVE YOUR LIBRARY? ?

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Celebrating the Library of the Future for Libraries Week

CILIP

s children build their Library of the Future for Libraries Week. Children, young people and LEGO enthusiasts from age 2 to 85 have been hard at work as part of Libraries Week ? s much-loved libraries. In a CILIP competition to build the Library of the Future out of LEGO bricks, hundreds of entries have highlighted the many different ways in which libraries will support their users in the future. to distribute books to library users. library lates?,

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Next steps for art libraries and curated web archives

Archive-It

Partners from the Internet Archive and eight art libraries from across the country met earlier this month at the Getty Research Institute to plan next steps for collaborative archiving of web-published art resources. Art library web archiving stakeholders at the Getty, March 2, 2020.

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Web Archiving to the Rescue: One Library’s Quest to Fill an Information Gap

Archive-It

Guest post by Dana Hamlin, Archivist / Local History Librarian, Waltham Public Library. With the blessing of my boss, I applied right away and my library joined the program in April 2021. The outside of the Waltham Public Library.

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Discover a world of reading this Libraries Week

CILIP

Discover a world of reading this Libraries Week. This Libraries Week (5-10 October 2020) libraries across the UK will showcase their reading offer as we celebrate the vital role of libraries in the UK?s ExpressYourShelf this Libraries Week by taking part in CILIP?s

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CILIP to deliver specialist skills and knowledge training for GLL public library staff

CILIP

CILIP to deliver specialist skills and knowledge training for GLL public library staff. CILIP and GLL are delighted to announce they are working together in 2022 to provide a bespoke training programme to GLL library staff, with CILIP delivering ten training sessions.

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Turning over new leaves: Can outdoor spaces help libraries grow?

CILIP

Turning over new leaves: Can outdoor spaces help libraries grow? Turning over new leaves: Can outdoor spaces help libraries grow? ?IF IF you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need,? If you have a garden in your library, everything will be complete!?

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Nixon in China: Audiovisual Records from the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum

Unwritten Record

Ryan is an AV Archivist at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum. Local Identifier: WHPO-8498-17) White House Photo Office Collection, Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum. China Film Series, Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum.

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Prison library: Bringing children and dads together

CILIP

Prison library: Bringing children and dads together. THE world of the prison library is, by its very nature, hidden from the view of most people. But prison libraries are a statutory requirement (The Prison Rules, 1999 [link] and there is some wonderful work going on in jails around the country, which few people get to hear about. The library is situated fairly near the main gate in one of the Victorian wings, but it looks very much like any small branch library ?

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Advancing Art Libraries and Curated Web Archives: Notes from a National Forum

Archive-It

Art and museum libraries are on the move! Fifty librarians, archivists, and technologists from around the country assembled at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) for Advancing Art Libraries and Curated Web Archives , a two-day national forum sponsored by the U.S. Institute of Museum & Library Services (IMLS). Deborah Kempe (NYARC, Frick Art Reference Library) opens the forum at SFMOMA. Conferences Museums and Art Libraries

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State Library of South Australia chooses Preservica to safeguard region?s vibrant story

Preservica

The State Library of South Australia (SLSA) has chosen Preservica’s cloud-hosted active digital preservation platform to safeguard more than 150 terabytes of unique digitized and born-digital material. The State Library of South Australia is the trusted custodian of all South Australiana.

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Upcoming webinar: Advancing Art Libraries and Curated Web Archives

Archive-It

We invite you to join a webinar on the outcomes of Advancing Art Libraries and Curated Web Archives , the national forum led by partners at the Internet Archive and New York Art Resources Consortium (NYARC) and funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS). The project team engaged art and museum libraries to identify key opportunities and challenges to collecting web-based resources for art scholarship. Announcements Museums and Art Libraries

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Beyond digital literacy: STEM learning ideas from library professionals in the UK and Ireland

CILIP

Libraries are not just books ? We need] strong advocates who see the library as a place where STEM-rich learning takes place. ? In the words of one research participant, STEM learning in libraries is about ?promoting in other libraries or from STEM or education organisations ?

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Making space for Armed Forces life in children?s libraries

CILIP

s libraries. Libraries are treasure troves of information that help teach children about core subjects, and open up understanding about other countries, cultures, religions and experiences. To the child these events aren?t Making space for Armed Forces life in children?s

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An Island Library and Archives explored

CILIP

An Island Library and Archives explored. An Island Library and Archives explored. It first opened its doors in November 1922, including an active library from the outset, managed by the first librarian William Cubbon. We are still situated in the Manx Museum, although the library location has moved several times to allow for expansion and improved public facilities. or free to search from the library reading room. The Library and Archives team.

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Upcoming Cultural Events

Archives Blogs

Remember to check the Library’s website for up-to-date information about upcoming hair-themed programming, and to pass through the Rhode Island Room on your next visit to PPL to view our exhibition. Speaking of programming, we want to share information about two upcoming events in Providence that may be of interest to our fair blog readers: Latinos in Heritage Conservation/ Rhode Island Statewide Historic Preservation Conference.

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Should library services be cutting their most dynamic spaces?

CILIP

Should library services be cutting their most dynamic spaces? Photo credit: Should library services be cutting their most dynamic spaces? A recent report, Libraries on the Move , by Dr Alyson Tyler, studied the impact of mobile libraries in Scotland. Having the library visit has lessened feelings of isolation and brings the wider world to my door? The decline is more dramatic than that of static libraries and affects those most in need. Libraries don?t

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SAA Session Overviews- Post #1! Session 702 (“Documenting Current Events and Controversial Topics”)

The Schedule

The speakers consider innovative collections of born-digital materials from both the fringe and mainstream related to current events that contain controversial or sensitive materials. This session is relevant to any archivist who is considering web archiving or social media collection of current events.”. ( [link] ) . Part 1: Documenting Current Events and Controversial Topics (Jennifer Weintraub). Author: Steven Gentry.

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Seeking Public Library Participants for Community History Web Archiving Program

Archive-It

Public libraries play a critical role in building community-oriented archives and these collections are particularly important in recording the impact of unprecedented events on the lives of local citizens. by the Archive-It team.

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Data, analysis and the library: Joining the dots at the Department for Work and Pensions

CILIP

Here he speaks to Information Professional Editor Rob Green about how librarians and library services are now a central part of that function, and how the library service is supporting the wider needs of the Department. s library services more directly within the DWP?s