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Who we are?

We are a London based website design and development company.
We design, develop, deploy, host and maintain websites for our clients. Other services include Website and Email Hosting
A professionally designed website is memorable, intuitive and easy to use. Don’t let inexperienced people decide the faith of your business.
Our extensive experience expands in areas ranging from logo and web design, email marketing, e-commerce etc...
We believe that every business is unique and has its own specific needs which should be individually addressed. Stop wondering what to do next and let your business dream come true by calling us on +44(0)2033686958. Or simply send us a message by email and one of our consultants will call you back to discuss your needs. Consultation is absolutely free.

Our Services & Prices
Basic Website With Two Pages - £99
  • 2 website Pages
  • 1 Stock Photo of your choice
  • 1 Domain name
  • 1 year hosting
  • 2 email addresses
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  • Possible Duration: 2 days
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Business Website Simple Package -
Was £350 Now £297.50
  • Up to 8 website Pages
  • 1 Domain name
  • 2 Stock Photo of your choice
  • 1 year hosting
  • 5 email addresses
  • Content Management System
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  • Possible Duration: 6 days
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E-Commerce Website Simple Package -
Was £850 Now £722.50
  • Up to 10 website Pages
  • Domain name
  • logo design
  • 1 year hosting
  • 5 email addresses (Professional)
  • database 250 MB (upgradable)
  • SSL (Shared)
  • Content Management/Admin (used to upload product and manage website)
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  • Submission to free search engines
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E-Commerce Website Full Package -
Was £1250 Now £1062.50
  • Up to 20 website Pages
  • Domain name
  • 2 logo design
  • 1,5 year hosting
  • Up to 7 email addresses (Professional)
  • database 500 MB (upgradable)
  • 1 year SSL Certificate (dedicated)
  • Content Management/Admin (used to upload product and manage website)
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What our clients say
  •   Cyberminds Ltd Have provided us with a great application that enables us to filter job applicant CVs on the fly. We are delighted as the nightmare of manually going through hundreds of CV is over. I am also impressed by the level and quality of support we received from them as we never wondered one day what to do while working with this company. .

    John Price      18/08/2010
  •   I was looking for an e-commerce website and Cyberminds have given me more than an online business. Our web site works fine and we have never had any major problem with it. The price was really good. I proudly recommend this company to anyone in need of a website. .

    Rachel Jones      4/3/2011
  •   I take this chance to thank Cyberminds for the work that has been done for my company. They have created an awesome website for me with a beautiful design. the contract was respected, they finished the job on time and the price was very attractive. I really recommend this company to anyone who needs a serious website. Thank you for your service! .

    Lord Fulama      15/7/2011
  •   As an estate agent manager, we have worked with many companies but Cyberminds Ltd have really impressed us as we soon realised that they didn't just come to us to dump a piece of software and get their money. They offered us a real business solution and were very nice people to work with. I wish many people have this lovely experience. .

    Andrew Craig      03/09/2011
 
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    Lenovo's new Yoga Book will be a sleek folding laptop with stunning secrets inside.

    Opening up the device reveals a big surprise: It has no hard keyboard. The keyboard area instead has a versatile touch panel that turns into a smartphone-like virtual keyboard, a draw pad, or a digital notepad.

    The new touch input panel, which has a back-lit virtual keyboard, is a big deal for Lenovo. It will be featured in a new line of 2-and-1s and laptops and is Lenovo's ambitious attempt to break a decades-old habit of using one-dimensional hard keyboards.

    The Yoga Book will be the company's first product with a touch panel replacing a hard keyboard to type, draw, or take notes. Its price will start at US$499, and come with Windows or Android. Lenovo hasn't provided a shipment date for the device.

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  • Facebook to launch Internet connectivity satellite

    Facebook will launch a satellite later this week that executives hope will bring Internet connectivity to parts of sub-Saharan Africa.

    Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg mentioned the launch during a town hall discussion in Lagos, Nigeria with developers and members of the Facebook community.

    While talking about building an infrastructure that would enable people anywhere in the world to access a signal, Zuckerberg said Facebook is launching a satellite to beam down connectivity.

    "If you want to connect everyone in the world, then making sure that everyone has access to the Internet is a really important thing," Zuckerberg told the group in Nigeria. "It turns out that across the world, more than half of people don't have access to the Internet. Here in Nigeria that's true too."

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  • Lenovo adds Google Daydream products to its roadmap

    Lenovo is joining Google's fledgling effort to bring virtual reality to the masses with new devices planned for the Daydream hardware and software platform.

    Google's Daydream brings virtual reality to users via mobile devices. Users can fit Daydream-compatible Android smartphones in VR headsets to roam 3D worlds, interact with friends and view streaming movies.

    "We have some Daydream products on the roadmap," Jeff Meredith, general manager and vice president of Lenovo’s Android and Chrome Computing Business Group, said in an interview.

    Meredith didn't elaborate on details, but the products will likely be a smartphone and a VR headset. Google has strict rules on which smartphones and headsets qualify for Daydream, which is based on Android 7.0.

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  • Nikola Motor shifts from all-electric, 2,000HP 18-wheeler to hydrogen fuel cells
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  • A new OpenSUSE Linux is coming to town, and it's all about stability

    Linux users come in many shapes and sizes, but those in the business world typically steer clear of the bleeding edge. That's why the OpenSUSE project recently switched to a two-pronged development approach, with one version focused on constant updates and another on enterprise-grade stability. On Wednesday, the latter took a big step forward.

    The first beta version of OpenSUSE Leap 42.2 is now available, giving enterprises and other stability-minded users the chance to check it out and get a taste of what's coming in the final release, which is due Nov. 16. This is the first key update to the Leap software since OpenSUSE adopted its dual-path approach late last year with OpenSUSE 42.1.

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  • Microsoft conscripts upload bandwidth in Windows 10's latest Insider update

    Microsoft today updated the Windows 10 beta, switching on a controversial technology that commandeers users' upload bandwidth to shift some responsibility for updating from the company's own servers.

    Build 14915 was released earlier Wednesday to participants in the Windows Insider "Fast" track.

    The notable change highlighted by Dona Sarkar, the software engineer who acts as the public face of Insider, was the enabling of Windows 10's "Delivery Optimization" technology.

    Delivery Optimization, formally dubbed "Windows Update Delivery Optimization" (WUDO) by Microsoft, was part of Windows 10 from the get-go. But it was only switched on as of the November 2015 upgrade, which was pegged as 1511. Insider builds of Windows 10, however, were exempt until now.

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  • Hands on: The Moto Z Play -- Moto Mods plus a headphone jack

    The recent introduction of the Moto Z Droid and Moto Z Force Droid smartphones, which replaced Motorola's previous line of Moto X smartphones, are perhaps the first real example of how the hardware will fare now that Motorola is working under the auspices of Lenovo. The new phones have many of the nicer aspects of the Moto line -- the higher level of voice responsiveness and the live display, for example -- while adding a radical new one: The ability to use snap-on modules (called "Moto Mods") to the back of the phone to add devices such as a projector, an extra battery, speaker or camera.

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  • Google lets Android users search in their apps

    Don’t you hate it when you can’t find that piece of info you know is buried in one of your apps?

    If you’re an Android user, Google is going to help you with that.

    The company announced Wednesday the launch of Apps, a new search mode designed to enable users to search for information in the apps on their Android phones.

    “We use apps to call friends, send messages or listen to music. But sometimes, it’s hard to find exactly what you’re looking for,” Timo Mertens, a Google product manager, wrote in a blog post. “Now searching your personal results happens entirely on your phone, so you can search even when you're not connected to WiFi or cellular data. Only you can see your personal results, and you can control what apps appear by going to Settings within the Google app.”

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  • Asus may be planning Microsoft HoloLens competitor in its VR push

    Virtual reality headsets are considered the hot new PC devices, and Asus is planning to stake a claim of its own. 

    Asus on Wednesday said it intends to release VR headsets. VR headsets can be versatile 3D PCs that make 2D laptops and desktops look pale in comparison, Asus said at the IFA trade show in Berlin.

    "Asus has a few VR options coming up really soon. Once that happens, you will be free from devices and immersed in 360 degrees of pure entertainment that will blow you away," said Jen Chuang, Asus' design center director.

    Asus didn't provide further details, but the company seems to want to focus on untethered VR headsets, or perhaps even mixed-reality headsets like Microsoft's HoloLens. It could tap into a few technologies to do so.

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  • Microsoft adds options to Office testing program

    Microsoft yesterday added cadence choices for beta testers in its Office Insider preview program, mimicking a practice it has long used for Windows 10.

    Previously, only Mac users of Office 2016 were able to pick between "slow" and "fast" preview release tempos. Now, the same options are available to customers running Office on Windows and Windows Mobile. Microsoft added that the two-track setting is "coming soon" to Android and iOS customers.

    "The Fast level provides even earlier builds of Office, more frequently. In fact, these builds are what Microsoft employees have access to internally," Kirk Koenigsbauer, the executive who leads the Office 365 client applications team, said in a post to a company blog Tuesday.

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  • SWIFT: More banks hacked; persistent, sophisticated threat is here to stay

    Bad news for banks with lax security that also use SWIFT, the global financial transaction messaging network, as hackers are still pulling off high-tech heists.

    On Tuesday, the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication, more commonly called SWIFT, notified customers of “ongoing attacks.”

    Hackers have again stolen money from banks, yet SWIFT did not say how many attacks were successful, did not identify specific banks and did not say how much was stolen. The banks, which “varied in size and geography and used different methods for accessing SWIFT,” shared one common denominator; each had weak local security.

    The SWIFT notice, according to Reuters, read:

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  • How I Use Android: Google designer and engineer Roman Nurik

    Roman Nurik may not be a household name -- but if you've spent any time using Android, you've almost certainly felt the impact of his work.

    Nurik is a designer and UX (user experience) engineer at Google. These days, he's focused mainly on Firebase -- a platform for developers to build, analyze, and improve mobile apps. In other words, his efforts are a huge of part of what makes it possible for developers to create cool things for our devices.

    Nurik worked even more directly with developers in his previous role as a Google design and developer advocate. Despite his official shift away from that position, he continues to stay connected with the Android development community by conducting weekly UX reviews of apps and maintaining his own side Android projects.

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  • Acer's new Chromebook is designed to welcome Android apps

    Acer's versatile Chromebook R 13 is one good device to run Android apps because it can function as a laptop or tablet.

    The 2-in-1 has a rotating 13-inch full HD screen that gives it dual functionality. The touchscreen gives it a mobile-like interface to run Android apps.

    The device has Chrome OS, but Google is making it possible to run Android apps from Google Play store on newer Chromebooks. Acer will add Android app support to the new Chromebook, the company said.

    Android app support adds to the versatility of Chromebooks, which are popular as low-cost laptops. The shipments of 2-in-1s are growing, and Chrome OS is better suited for those devices than is Android.

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  • BrandPost: VMware and HPE: BFFs, Best Frenemies Forever!!

    Don’t let the title fool you. We love VMware. Everybody loves VMware, even if they don’t want to admit it. VMware has created a world where virtualization is more than just part of a company’s ecosystem, it’s practically the cornerstone on which infrastructures are built. The first question asked in any sales meeting is usually, “What percentage of your infrastructure is virtualized?”

    Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and VMware have enjoyed a long, successful history together. It’s often been suggested that HPE is VMware’s biggest partner, biggest reseller, biggest integrator, etc. Think about it: What industry benefits most from virtualization if not servers? And who holds the #1 market share for servers?

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  • Adobe patches critical vulnerability in ColdFusion application server

    Adobe Systems released critical security patches for its ColdFusion application server, which has been a target for hackers in the past.

    The updates are available for ColdFusion versions 10 and 11 and address a critical security vulnerability that could lead to sensitive information disclosure when parsing specially crafted XML entities.

    Administrators are advised to upgrade their ColdFusion deployments to version 10 update 21 or version 11 update 10, depending on which branch they're using. The ColdFusion 2016 release is not affected, Adobe said in a security advisory.

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  • 56% off Vansky Bias Lighting for HDTV USB LED Multi Color Strip Accent Lighting - Deal Alert

    This bias lighting strip, currently discounted by 54% on Amazon from $49.99 down to just $21.99, reduces eye-strain caused by differences in picture brightness from scene to scene in movies, shows and games, by adding a subtle backlight to your monitor or TV.  The LED lights can be changed with up to 20 color selections customizing and setting the mood of your workspace. The strip is easy to install and can be cut to size and plugs directly in the USB port of the TV or monitor.  Just Plug-and-play!

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  • Tablet industry shrinks as Apple preps its iPad comeback

    It turns out that selling tablets for peanuts isn’t such a great business plan after all, who knew?

    Quit the biz

    That’s got to be one way to see the recent Digitimes report, ‘Weak tablet demand prompting vendors to leave segment’, that tells us: “the current number of players that is still releasing tablet products is only one-third of the industry's peak.”

    The report is dealing particularly with Chinese white box vendors, but it also reveals most tablet makers are reducing headcount or focusing on specific industry verticals.

    The problem? No one was making any money. “Apple [is] the only player that is still able to achieve strong profits from the tablet sector,” says Digitimes.

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  • Opening up Z-Wave code may help to make IoT hum

    Home IoT is still reaching for mainstream use. The main backer of Z-Wave, a widely used in-home networking standard, just did something that might help take it there.

    On Wednesday, chip vendor Sigma Designs made the interoperability layer of Z-Wave available free to the public. This is the code that allows all Z-Wave products to work together. Now anyone can download the code, develop software with it, and give that code to others.

    Like others in the fledgling IoT business, Z-Wave's backers want to get more devices working together. This latest move might help to make that happen, plus drive more manufacturers to pick Z-Wave over other IoT network options.

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  • Review: SentinelOne blocks and dissects threats

    SentinelOne Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP) is an antimalware solution that protects against targeted attacks, malware, and zero-day threats through behavioral analysis and process whitelisting and blacklisting. The client agent, which analyzes the behavior of processes on Windows, OS X, Linux, and Android endpoints, can replace or run alongside other signature-based antimalware solutions. SentinelOne EPP stands out not only for its protection capabilities but also for its excellent forensics and threat analysis.

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  • 16% off Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter for Bluetooth Streaming - Deal Alert

    The Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter is all you need to turn your favorite speakers into a wireless sound system for your smartphone and tablet.  It connects to any powered speakers with a standard plug-and-play 3.5 mm or RCA connection—PC speakers, your home stereo system, even your A/V receiver. Simply plug your speakers or stereo system into this small and unobtrusive Bluetooth Audio Adapter, press the pairing button, and you’re ready to stream. Relax in your favorite chair and control your music with a reliable line-of-sight connection up to 50 feet away from your speakers. The Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter currently averages 4.5 out of 5 stars from over 2,200 people on Amazon (read reviews).  Check out the discounted Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter now on Amazon.

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  • IDG Contributor Network: Ransomware: Pay now or lose everything

    When ransomware lands on your systems, your work life is likely to take a sudden and very precipitous nose dive. Between not being able to use your system or your data files and being told that you only have so much time -- maybe 72 hours -- to pay up or lose access forever, you'll end up having to make some fairly quick decisions and likely hoping afterwards that you did the right thing.

    What exactly is ransomware?

    Ransomware is a variety of malicious software that locks up your system or encrypts your files and then demands that a payment be made before the operation will be reversed. And, unfortunately, it's becoming more common and much more sophisticated. In the more advanced attacks, mid- and senior-level executives are now being targeted. In fact, the perpetrators often do enough research on their victims to make themselves appear to be more legitimate. They often take the time to learn people's proper names, titles, areas of specialization, etc. Any boost to the perpetrator's credibility will make it more likely that the intended targets see the attack as a legitimate request and act on it.

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  • Meet the newest member of SAP's Hana family: a data warehouse

    SAP has already placed big bets on Hana, and now it's adding more with a new data warehouse tailored specifically for the in-memory computing platform.

    Launched on Wednesday, SAP BW/4Hana promises to minimize data movement and duplication by enabling data to be analyzed wherever it resides, whether within or outside the enterprise. It can also integrate live streaming and time-series sensor data collected from internet of things (IoT) environments. 

    Back in 2014, SAP added Hana support to its longstanding Business Warehouse data warehousing software, but BW/4Hana goes a big step further. Like S4/Hana, the enterprise suite SAP released last year, the new data warehouse is optimized for Hana and will not run on any other platform.

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  • Qualcomm's Snapdragon 821 chip will power Google Daydream phones

    The first smartphones to use Google's Daydream virtual reality platform are coming later this year, and many could have Qualcomm's latest processor, the Snapdragon 821.

    On Tuesday, Qualcomm shared more details about the new flagship processor, which is the company's fastest to date. It has a 10 percent faster CPU and 5 percent faster graphics processor than the Snapdragon 820, which is in top smartphones like LG's G5 and Samsung's Galaxy S7.

    Mobile chip makers often tweak processor designs to improve performance. The 10 percent CPU improvement is decent considering the Snapdragon 821 and 820 are based on the same Kryo architecture. Usually such performance improvements come with architectural upgrades in chips.

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  • Okta's API access product targets the trend toward services

    Okta changed key parts of its product portfolio to attract new users to its corporate identity management and access control platforms. The startup is launching a new API access management product and revamping its provisioning service to make it easier to change employees' permissions within a company.

    The changes, announced at the company's Oktane conference in Las Vegas on Tuesday, were designed to give Okta more ammunition against a growing field of identity management rivals, including Microsoft and OneLogin.

    Okta API Access Management builds on Okta's existing tools for developers who manage application logins. It lets administrators control how users of those apps access business systems that are surfaced through APIs.

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  • Dropbox changed passwords after 68M account records were compromised

    Dropbox’s move last week to ask users who had signed up before mid-2012 to change their account passwords followed the discovery of a large dump of email addresses and passwords related to these accounts.

    The online storage company confirmed late Tuesday reports that 68 million user email addresses and hashed and salted passwords from an incident in 2012 had been compromised.

    Dropbox said that the password reset the company completed last week covered all of the affected users so that the Dropbox accounts are protected.

    Last week, the company asked users who signed up before mid-2012 to change their passwords if they haven’t done so since then, describing it as a preventive measure and not because there was any indication that their accounts were improperly accessed.

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  • Fujitsu now making DRAM killer with 1,000x performance boost

    Fujistu Semiconductor Ltd. has become the first manufacturer to announce it is mass producing a new RAM that boasts 1,000 times the performance of DRAM but stores data like NAND flash memory.

    The new non-volatile memory known as Nano-RAM (NRAM) was first announced last year and is based on carbon nanotube technology.

    Fujitsu Semiconductor plans to develop a custom embedded storage-class memory module using the DDR4 interface by the end of 2018, with the goal of expanding the product line-up into a stand-alone NRAM product family from Fujitsu's foundry, Mie Fujitsu Semiconductor Ltd.; the stand-alone memory module will be sold through resellers, who'll rebrand it.

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  • Lessons from high-profile IT failures

    It has not been a good few months for the health and consistency of airline information technology. Two huge outages within a couple of weeks of each other -- caused by simple component failures -- resulted in massive passenger disruptions and cost two U.S. airlines millions of dollars in lost revenue and customer compensation.

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  • If it's got wires -- or doesn't -- talk to IT, OK?

    This company is getting a major upgrade to its heating and air conditioning system, complete with wireless thermostats everywhere, according to the IT director pilot fish who should be in the loop.

    But he isn't. "Well, of course I wasn't invited to any of the meetings for this project," grumbles fish. "Why should I be? It's an HVAC system, not a computer!"

    And fish is not only out of the loop, he also happens to be out of the office on medical leave when he gets a frantic text from the project manager for the HVAC work, asking for the password to the company's secure wireless network.

    Turns out she's with the vendor, and the password she thought was correct isn't working.

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  • 25% off 150-pack iCloth Screen Cleaning Wipes for Electronics - Deal Alert

    These screen cleaning cloths from iCloth currently average 4.5 out of 5 stars from over 700 people (read reviews) and its list price is currently discounted 25% to $28.12 for a pack of 150, individually packaged. The aerospace-grade soft fabric wipes are made from high quality and extremely low-linting Dupont Sontara fabric, and are premoistened with a purified water-based formula containing a isopropyl alcohol (not harmful ethyl alcohol) and proprietary ingredients that are safe on all sensitive optics and specialty coatings. So they are ideal for tablets, smartphones and laptops, but will work equally well on your sensitive eyewear. iCloth wipes are made in America, and come with a money-back-guarantee if you're not satisfied. See the discounted 150-pack now on Amazon.

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  • Say hello to Dell Technologies on Sept. 7

    Dell will complete its acquisition of EMC on Sept. 7, ending nearly a year of approvals and decades of history for the two companies that will combine to become Dell Technologies.

    The mammoth deal was announced last October with an estimated value of $67 billion. The companies recently crossed their last regulatory hurdle when China’s Ministry of Commerce signed off on the deal.

    Buying EMC and its federation of related companies will make Dell a stronger player in key areas that include software-defined data center, converged infrastructure, hybrid cloud and security, Dell Technologies Chairman and CEO Michael Dell said in a statement.

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