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My apologies if you speak the Queen’s English since that title probably has a whole different meaning to you than I intended. In fact, I’m talking about Git, the version control system. Last time I talked about how the program came to be and offered you a few tutorials. If you are a dyed-in-the-wool software developer, you probably don’t need to be convinced to use Git. But even if you aren’t, there are a lot of things you can do with Git that don’t fit the usual mold.

Tracking Documents

Git is really good at tracking changes in documents. If you write plain text files, Markdown, or TeX files, you are in business. However, there is a trick you can use if you use Word, OpenOffice, or many other word processing programs. As a benefit, you’ll even be able to collaborate with others using different programs.

The trick, described in this post and this one, is to configure Git to use a program called Pandoc to convert your input files into Markdown. The Git program can store both, and you can explain to it that differences in the Markdown file correspond to the differences in the document file.

Pandoc is a tool worth knowing about anyway. It converts to and from a dizzying number of formats. If you want to supply yourself a headache, you can expand the graphic from their site and try to trace all the lines.

We’ve seen this sort of thing work for collaborative textbooks and even used to track frequently changing documents like French legal codes going back to the time of Napoleon.

Working on a Web Site

You can easily extend the idea of tracking documents to tracking HTML pages for your website. You could just use it as you create and then upload your files like normal. You can also use specialized workflows. Even if you are the sole creator of the site, being able to rewind to what the site looked like last week or last month is often unexpectedly useful.

Managing your Bash Profile or /etc

If you use Linux, you have a lot of files that configure your environment. Things like your .bashrc, .emacs, and so on are hard to keep the same if you use multiple machines. Sure, you can rsync them, but if they ever get messed up, it can be hard to go back and figure out what happened. That’s why I wrote a system for managing this problem using Git. Once it is configured, your machines will automatically pick up any changes you push to the remote host (I keep mine on GitLab). The system is flexible enough to allow for custom configuration per machine and even keep random files in sync for you with just a little setup.

There’s a similar package called etckeeper for keeping track of your system-wide configuration in the /etc directory. You could argue that configuration files are essentially just code, but the intent isn’t coding but keeping version control and synchronization between machines. Also, in the case of etckeeper, there are modifications so Git will store some metadata that is important for that application.

Git as a Database or Bug Tracker

If you are using Git for development, it only makes sense you could use it for tracking bugs, too. In fact, you can use Git as a simple database. Don’t expect to run SQL queries — this just shows a name-value pair system (the proverbial NoSQL database).

Of course, you can store SQLite database (or anything else) in Git. If you do, you can play some tricks like the Pandoc trick for documents to help Git understand your databases better.

Twitter (Yes, Twitter)

Ever wanted a distributed Twitter implementation? Check out Madrox. We aren’t really sure why we want this, but we do.

Text-based Slideshows

Have you ever wanted to show a progression of text screens like a slideshow? Maybe not, but if you did, Git can do that, too. It needs a little help from vim, though.


Even if you never need any of these tricks, some of the methods used to coax Git into doing something unusual might spur you to think of something else. An obvious idea would be a difference program for Gerbers or some other printed circuit board file format. Being able to see what changed between a few revisions of a PC board would be really useful. Obviously, being able to track schematics would be useful, too. Spice models ought to be no problem at all.

Have any useful Git hacks? Leave a link in the comments.

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Juniper MISTifies ChatGPT, Zoom and NAC security service

Juniper Networks is looking to simplify the control of enterprise networks by expanding the AI-driven conversational interface of its cloud-based Mist management system and adding a new security access control service.

Juniper is integrating the ChatGPT AI-based large language model (LLM) with Mist’s virtual network assistant, Marvis. Marvis can detect and describe myriad network problems, including persistently failing wired or wireless clients, bad cables, access-point coverage holes, problematic WAN links, and insufficient radio-frequency capacity. 

By adding ChatGPT capabilities, Juniper is expanding the role of Marvis and augmenting its documentation and support options to help IT administrators quickly get the necessary assistance with problems or challenges, said Jeff Aaron, vice president of enterprise marketing at Juniper.

“As part of Marvis’s core functionality, we have always offered a natural language-based conversational interface (CI), whereby you can get real-time answers from Marvis to a variety of questions, like ‘list any unhappy users right now’ or ‘troubleshoot Bob’s team call,’” Aaron said. “ChatGPT augments the CI capabilities within our Marvis VNA by making it easier to query documentation and historical knowledge-base data. Questions like ‘how do I configure a virtual chassis for my [Juniper] EX4400s?’ or ‘What do the LED patterns mean on my AP45?’ are sample queries that benefit from this LLM integration,” Aaron said.

“With ChatGPT integration, we are able to understand the nature of the request and provide natural language replies, with easy pointers to where to go for additional information,” Aaron said.

Juniper also expanded Marvis’s capabilities to help with video problems by adding support for Zoom calls. Marvis can now pull data from Zoom clients and the Zoom cloud and correlate it with network-specific insights to determine the root cause of a bad video experience, Aaron said. 

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Avoid these scammers' sneaky tricks

I read the comments below on each of my CyberGuy reports including great feedback on our story "Tips to help you tell if an online store is real or a scam."


I'm grateful when you share your own experiences such as what Randy F. had to say below:

"I would suggest that people not use PayPal. I have had two incidents using fraudulent sites. One was on eBay and the other was directly to the Vendor, which was not the actual site of the appropriate business. The first incident I was referred to was eBay owned by PayPal. You have to try and resolve the issue with the Vendor. In this case, the vendor offered a refund if I shipped the bogus item back to them. Shipping, with tracking, was more than the amount I paid. The second ended up out of China, the jewelry was a knockoff. PayPal wouldn’t do anything else."

PayPal is a very common way for people to pay for things and typically has great security features. However, this does not exclude the platform from its fair share of scammers, as we can see from Randy's story. 

Let's go over some key things to remember when using PayPal and how you can protect yourself.


PayPal is a very common way for people to pay for things and typically has great security features. However, this does not exclude the platform from its fair share of scammers, as we can see from Randy's story. (Kurt Knutsson)

What are some common PayPal scams?

Email scams

Certain scams happen on PayPal that are more common than other ones. Perhaps one of the most common is email scams. Scammers love using email as their main form of communication and typically, one will reach out to a victim and say that their PayPal account information has been compromised, and they must act immediately by clicking a bogus link. This is a common phishing tactic and can easily be avoided.

Reward Scams

Another common scam used will offer a victim some kind of reward. Once again, the scammer will send an email saying that the victim has received a promotional offer and will ask them to log into their PayPal account. However, the link attached will lead to a fake website that looks like PayPal, and once you hand over your login information, the scammer will then have access to all the financial information stored on your account.


Shipping scams

Sellers are just as vulnerable to PayPal scams as buyers are, and shipping scams are especially common. If you're using PayPal as a payment method when selling an item on a site like eBay, for example, a scammer might ask you to use a different courier once they purchase the items and will then reroute the package to a different address. This allows the scammer to go back to the seller and claim that they never received the package, leaving the seller no choice but to refund the package, leaving them with no item and no money.

Another big scam is the prepaid shipping label scam. This is when a scammer will ask the seller to ship an item to them using their prepaid label to cover the shipping charges. ( )

Prepaid shipping label scam

Another big scam is the prepaid shipping label scam. This is when a scammer will ask the seller to ship an item to them using their prepaid label to cover the shipping charges. This gives the scammer full control over where the package ends up, and the label could have a completely fake address on the label. If this is the case, PayPal cannot help the seller who got scammed because there can't be a record of where the package went.


What can I do to protect myself from a PayPal scam?

There are a few things you can do to avoid these scams from happening to you. Here are some of my top tips.

Do not click any suspicious links

As we mentioned before, phishing emails are some of the most common ways that a scammer will try to get you. If you receive an email from an unknown sender, and it urges you to click a link or open an attachment, don't fall for it. Also, if the sender is claiming to be from PayPal, make sure you look up the email address and see if it's legit.

Never wire money

Wiring money to someone you've never met is a big red flag that you're being scammed. When you are paying for something online, see if you can at least pay with a credit, that way, your payment can be easily traced, and your bank or credit card company can always help you get a refund.

Wiring money to someone you've never met is a big red flag that you are being scammed. ( )

Always ship to the Transaction Details address

PayPal has a Transaction Details page whenever a purchase is made. If you are a seller, and you have to ship an item to a buyer, make sure you're only sending it to the address that's listed on the Transaction Details page. This way, you're more in control of where the package will end up, and PayPal will be able to assist you if the buyer is claiming never to have received it.


Do not accept shipping labels

If a buyer is offering you a prepaid shipping label, or if they're paying more for the item than it was listed "as a thank you for great service," don't fall for it. It is likely a scammer trying to reroute the package and then demand a refund.

Use antivirus software

Having good antivirus software running on your devices will only benefit you, as these PayPal scams can try to get you to click a link or open a suspicious attachment. Antivirus software on your devices will ensure you are stopped from clicking on any potential malicious links from PayPal scam artists.

See my expert review of the best antivirus protection for your Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS devices by visiting CyberGuy.com/LockUpYourTech.


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Juniper Networks’ Julius Francis on Challenges with Local Networks

I spoke with Julius Francis, Senior Director for Security, Automation & Networking Business at Juniper Networks, about potential solutions for overwhelmed city and municipal networks.

  • As you survey the local metro networks infrastructure, what are the challenges facing these systems?
  • What is the best way for managers/administrators to address these problems?
  • How is Juniper’s Cloud Metro helping with these challenges?
  • The future of network infrastructure? What are some developments we can expect in the mid term future?

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James Maguire is eWeek's Editor-in-Chief and has been reporting on emerging technology for more than 15 years. He has won two ASBPE Awards of Excellence for in-depth feature articles about cloud computing and artificial intelligence. He has covered the gamut of enterprise and consumer technology, and regularly communicates with leading IT newsmakers, vendors and analysts.

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Apple Soup With Juniper

This elegant Scandinavian soup, with its tartness deepened by the slightly smoky and earthy flavors of juniper, would make an excellent first course for a New Year's Eve or other dinner party. Barely thicker than juice, it would be perfect for sipping from demitasse cups or shot glasses.

You'll need cheesecloth and kitchen twine.

The soup can be refrigerated for up to 1 week or frozen for up to 3 months.

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Juniper Networks and ServiceNow Collaborate to Deliver End-to-End Automation for Enterprise Network Service Provisioning & Monitoring

Managed Service Providers and Large Enterprises can realize an AI-driven closed-loop automation solution through new collaboration

Juniper Networks (NYSE: JNPR), a leader in secure, AI-driven networks, and ServiceNow, the leading digital workflow company making the world work better for everyone, today announced a partnership to deliver end-to-end automation for Managed Service Providers and Enterprises. With this newly formed collaboration leveraging Juniper Mist Cloud and ServiceNow Telecom Service Management and Order Management for Telecom, joint customers can eliminate multi-layer, multivendor solutions, thereby boosting network deployment and operational efficiencies while reducing costs.

Juniper Networks joins the ServiceNow Technology Partner Program enabling both companies to expand their global reach while delivering better experiences for Managed Service Providers and Enterprise IT teams and their end users. With their longstanding relationship as mutual customers delivering best-of-breed automation solutions, Juniper and ServiceNow come together to automate and simplify day-to-day operations. Together, Juniper and ServiceNow will provide a turnkey, AI-driven, closed-loop solution that integrates into OSS/BSS or enterprise management systems for rapid network and services deployments.

For Managed Service Providers specifically, this collaboration automates many complex, manual and multiorganizational workflows that begin with onboarding customers and continue through the customer's life cycle. The combined solution accelerates time to revenue for Service Providers offering managed services by benefiting from the automated workflows available out of the box, including:

  • Customer onboarding and order management
  • Reusable template-based abstractions for simplified network services deployment
  • End-to-end monitoring and alerting

Joint customers and their end users can benefit from the following:

  • End-to-end network service provisioning, monitoring and alerting
  • Minimized manual workflows and operator errors
  • Proactive auto-ticketing for detection of network and service issues through AIOps

“By leveraging the power of two industry leaders, Juniper and ServiceNow, we are able to maximize the value of our offerings and drive meaningful value for our Service Provider and Enterprise customers and their customers,” said Sudheer Matta, Group VP of Products at Juniper Networks. “By combining ServiceNow’s powerful service management capabilities with Juniper’s AI-driven network automation, customers can benefit from a comprehensive end-to-end automation solution.”

“As businesses invest in digital transformation to address the complex market environment, they’re looking for proven platforms that orchestrate and automate manual work,” said Rohit Batra, Global GM and VP of Telco, Media and Technology Industries, ServiceNow. “Together, Juniper Networks and ServiceNow are redefining the possibilities for end-to-end automation by providing both Service Provider and Enterprise customers with a complete set of intelligent tools to streamline operations, Excellerate experiences and lower costs.”

The collaboration between Juniper and ServiceNow builds upon the long-standing relationship between the two companies, rooted in common philosophies and open architectures that maximize user experiences.

About Juniper Networks

Juniper Networks is dedicated to dramatically simplifying network operations and driving superior experiences for end users. Our solutions deliver industry-leading insight, automation, security and AI to drive real business results. We believe that powering connections will bring us closer together while empowering us all to solve the world’s greatest challenges of well-being, sustainability and equality. Additional information can be found at Juniper Networks (www.juniper.net) or connect with Juniper on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.

Juniper Networks, the Juniper Networks logo, Juniper, Junos, and other trademarks listed here are registered trademarks of Juniper Networks, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the United States and other countries. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners.

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Juniper Networks Extends AIOps Leadership with Large Language Model (LLM) Capabilities, Zoom Integration and Expanded Wi-Fi 6E Portfolio

New Mist AI enhancements bring even more insight, automation and assurance from client to cloud

HONK KONG, May 18, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Juniper Networks (NYSE: JNPR), a leader in secure, AI-driven networks, today announced several new enhancements that make it even easier to deliver predictable, reliable and measurable user experiences from client to cloud. By integrating ChatGPT with Marvis, the industry's only virtual network assistant (VNA) driven by Mist AI, Juniper customers and partners can now easily access public-facing knowledgebase information using ground-breaking Large Language Models (LLM). In addition, new Marvis integrations with Zoom enable superior video conferencing experiences while significantly reducing troubleshooting costs. With these enhancements, plus a new Wi-Fi 6E access point, Juniper is expanding its leadership in AIOps and building upon a rich history of industry-firsts to drive real business value while minimizing IT costs.   

"AI is the next step in automating tasks that typically require a human IT domain expert, improving how IT teams operate the network with AI-driven tools like Marvis and its conversational interface," said Bob Friday, Chief AI Officer at Juniper Networks. "Juniper Mist has always been a pioneer in utilizing proven AIOps to deliver assured user experiences from client to cloud, and with these latest LLM enhancements, Marvis will provide even more actionable knowledge and be an even more valuable member of the IT team."

Expanded Marvis Conversation Interface with ChatGPT

The Marvis VNA and its conversational interface were first introduced on June 7, 2018, as an essential part of IT, delivering proactive troubleshooting, predictive actions and exceptional insight into user experience via natural language processing and understanding (NLP/NLU). This enabled Juniper customers to easily delve into the network, user and application experiences (in real time) via simple langue queries.  

With the exact launch of LLM tools like ChatGPT, Juniper has been able to expand the conversational interface (CI) capabilities of Marvis to deliver even more human-like conversational capabilities, particularly with respect to documentation and support issues. Specifically, Marvis now leverages a LLM API to respond to user queries for technical documentation and other publicly available historical knowledge base information. For example, customers can ask Marvis "What do the Access Point LED lights mean?" or "List steps to configure Juniper campus fabric" and receive an accurate and direct response in the typical ChatGPT style in addition to a list of relevant documents. 

Assured Video Experiences with Zoom Integration 

Juniper's AIOps has always stood out for the quality of data that feeds a common Mist AI engine, including rich telemetry and user state information from routers, switches, firewalls and Access Points.  Now Juniper has taken this even further by leveraging 3rd party user-experience data from the Zoom cloud. 

By joining gigabytes of user experience Zoom data with gigabytes of network feature data, Marvis now has a deep learning model that can accurately predict user experience performance, allowing Marvis to use advanced AI/ML explainability techniques to quickly identify the root cause of video conferencing problems. In addition to real-time proactive troubleshooting (and self-driving corrective actions, if possible), Marvis learns trends to quickly detect and correct anomalies as well as predict future issues. This insight gives IT teams an edge in reducing Zoom support tickets and the time to repair issues.

Users can now leverage the Marvis conversational interface to easily access Zoom data insights via simple language queries, like "What was wrong with John Smith's Zoom call?" or "List users with a bad Zoom experience."

A Complete AI-driven Wi-Fi 6E Portfolio

Wi-Fi 6E is a new wireless standard that expands network capacity by making a larger amount of RF spectrum available in the 6 GHz range to add to the existing 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands. To take full advantage of Wi-Fi 6E, Juniper is announcing a new AP24 Access Point. This 2.4 GHz/5 GHz/6 GHz tri-band capable device (dual band concurrent) supports up to 3.6Gbps throughput. It also features the standard Juniper Mist dedicated scanning radio for data collection and intelligent Radio Resource Management (RRM) capabilities to intelligently choose the best band to use. The AP24 comes in a compact 7" by 7" form factor and delivers exceptional performance and capabilities for cost-conscious customers. As it allows 2.4 GHz radios to be converted to 6 GHz, the AP24 is also perfect for customers looking to migrate to Wi-Fi 6E at their own pace. 

The AP24 complements other Wi-Fi 6E access points recently announced by Juniper, which include the AP45 (2.4 GHz/5 GHz/6 GHz quad-radio, 4x4:4SS, vBLE array) and AP34 (2.4 GHz/5 GHz/6 GHz quad-radio, 2x2:2SS, omni BLE)

The Juniper Wi-Fi 6E Access Points complement the existing 2.4- and 5-GHz APs currently in the Juniper Mist portfolio, which support both 802.11ac and 802.11ax protocols. Unlike competing solutions, the Juniper Mist solution incorporates rich client insights and AIOps to deliver optimized configurations, maximum performance and optimized packet scheduling for increased capacity. This is all achieved without sacrificing performance for older 2.4- and 5-GHz clients for maximum investment protection.

Supporting Quotes

"LLM is the perfect complement to an existing virtual network assistant like Marvis. LLM enhances a VNA's ability to accurately generate natural language text, particularly in more complex and nuanced scenarios. This combination improves customer experiences by providing easy to understand answers that reduce time spent looking for specific details. The combination of LLM and VNA demonstrates how these technologies are truly better together when done right."

-Maribel Lopez, Founder and Principal Analyst, Lopez Research LLC

Additional Resources: 

Statement of Product Direction. Juniper Networks may disclose information related to development and plans for future products, features or enhancements, known as a Plan of Record ("POR").  These details provided are based on Juniper's current development efforts and plans. These development efforts and plans are subject to change at Juniper's sole discretion, without notice.  Except as may be set forth in definitive agreements, Juniper Networks provides no assurances and assumes no responsibility to introduce products, features or enhancements described in this presentation.  Purchasing decisions by third-parties should not be based on this POR and no purchases are contingent upon Juniper Networks delivering any feature or functionality depicted in this presentation.

About Juniper Networks

Juniper Networks is dedicated to dramatically simplifying network operations and driving superior experiences for end users. Our solutions deliver industry-leading insight, automation, security and AI to drive real business results. We believe that powering connections will bring us closer together while empowering us all to solve the world's greatest challenges of well-being, sustainability and equality. Additional information can be found at Juniper Networks (www.juniper.net) or connect with Juniper on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.

Juniper Networks, the Juniper Networks logo, Juniper, Junos, and other trademarks listed here are registered trademarks of Juniper Networks, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the United States and other countries. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners.

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