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The downloads listed below include various save points for each level, including all secrets and following most difficult sequences. These should work with the original CD installation, as well as the various downloadable versions, (Steam, etc.). Again, check the Instructions/FAQ for help installing saves in each of these versions.
Jeff Reid's Complete TR2 PC Saves - Download Link (362 KB zip file) - Includes a text document with details. These were made the second time through the game (with all weapons & unlimited ammo). Saves were patched instead of using health packs to restore Lara's health during the game, leaving plenty for replay using these savegames. In addition to saves made throughout the game, this archive includes some patched saves with Lara in a few otherwise inaccessible spots.
This collection of save files is for the Tomb Raider 2 app for Mac OS X. Saves were made at the start of each level, with all secrets and weapon pick-ups. Details and installation instructions are in a 'readme' text file included with the download. Special thanks to Josh B. for donating these saves.
Special Macintosh Archive - The basic archive includes saved games from the beginning and end of each level of Tomb Raider 2, with all weapons and unlimited ammunition, and all secrets found. The 'deluxe' archive includes all that plus various mid-level saves, such as after especially difficult sections and secrets. (Each includes a 'readme' file with details.)
Each file includes a number of save points for each level. These were made using the ePSXe emulator but can also be transferred to a PlayStation console using a memory card and a card reader like DexDrive. For more info, see here and here.
Jeff Reid's Complete Golden Mask PC Saves - Download Link (151 KB zip file) - These saves have all weapons and unlimited ammo and medipaks (except for the last level, which is not edited). Each file includes a text document with details.
These images show the mean monthly rainfall as isohyets, or lines of equal rainfall. Both sets of isohyets (inches and mm) were created at appropriate intervals for their units, and therefore are not direct conversions of each other, though they are derived from the same data. The labels are included where they can fit, which means that not all isohyets are labeled, especially in steep gradient areas. Please see the interactive map or download the GIS or Google Earth layers for more information on isohyets labels.
Raster files are available at 250m resolution (0.00225 x 0.00225 cell size) for each island and for the state. These are available in inches or millimeters, and can be downloaded in ESRI grid format or ASCII grid format. These are the main output of this project, with the isohyets and other products being produced from these grids.
Rainfall isohyet files are available as polyline shapefiles for each island and for the state. These are available in inches or millimeters, and the "Contour" column in the attribute table contains the isohyet labels. Both sets of isohyets (inches and mm) were created at appropriate intervals for their units, and therefore are not direct conversions of each other, though they are derived from the same data.
The uncertainty grids are available at 250m resolution (0.00225 x 0.00225 cell size) for the state. These are available in inches or millimeters, and can be downloaded in ESRI grid format or ASCII grid format. These layers contain the combined standard error from all input sources to the final maps - see Methods for more information.
Raingage station data are available in *.csv (comma separated values) format as well as Microsoft Excel *.xlsx format. The mean monthly data are available only for the stations used in the Rainfall Atlas (RFAtlas Stations). The station information for all other stations is available as well (referred to as "Other Stations"). The monthly data are available in three different formats: Processed original data (data that have been screened for outliers and inhomogeneities), Filled Dataset (processed original data plus filled data from 1920-2007, used to create the Rainfall Atlas means), and Raw Original Monthly Data (the original data before removing inhomogeneities and other suspicious records). All data files contain mm and inches.
An "About" tab has been included with each of these files to further explain the contents. For details about the processing or gap filling, please read the final report, available for download below the tabular files.
From the month-year maps we have generated Statewide and Island average monthly time series. Each index is the average of all map pixels for that month-year. These are available for download in Microsoft Excel (*.xlsx) and CSV (*.csv) formats. Each file contains the average rainfall values in millimeters and inches.
Since 2008, Landsat Level-1 data, as well as Level-2 and Level-3 science products held in the USGS archive, have been available for download at no charge from a variety of data portals. This page provides information about searching and downloading Landsat data and science products.
Landsat Collection 2 Level-1 scenes are available for download at no charge from EarthExplorer or GloVis. Landsat Collection 2 Level-1 scenes can also be accessible from the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud platform. Visit the Landsat Commercial Cloud Data Access page for more information.
On EarthExplorer, they can be found under the Landsat category on the Data Set tab as shown on this image. Once search results are returned, clicking the green download icon will display the files available for download, as shown below. The first box displays the entire bundle download, along with the Full-Resolution Browse files. Clicking the Product Options opens up the individual files of the bundle that can be downloaded individually.
Landsat Collection 2 Level-2 Surface Reflectance and Surface Temperature scene-based products are available for download at no charge from EarthExplorer. Landsat 4-5 Thematic Mapper, Landsat 7 ETM+, and Landsat 8-9 OLI/TIRS data are processed into Collection 2 Level-2 scenes. They can be found under the Landsat category on the Data Set tab as shown in this image.
ARD tiles contain Top-of-Atmosphere Reflectance, Top-of-Atmosphere Brightness Temperature, Surface Reflectance, Surface Temperature, and Pixel-level Quality Assessment data and are downloadable at no charge from EarthExplorer. Landsat Collection 2 ARD can also be accessible from the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud platform. Visit the Landsat Commercial Cloud Data Access page for more information.
The Bulk Download Application is an easy-to-use tool for downloading large quantities of Landsat Collection 2 products and can be used to automatically retrieve them with little to no user interaction. The application will automatically iterate through the scene list and download each until all have been processed. Downloads can be paused, skipped, and resumed easily.
Bulk Download Web Application (BDWA) functions natively within your browser instead of requiring a Java application installation. As a result, this is only available within Chrome-based browsers and Microsoft Edge. The browser will prompt you for permission to view and save to your file system, but will only give the application access to the selected folder.
Used by millions around the world, students can take advantage of our free engineering software for homework, capstone projects and student competitions. Our renewable products can be downloaded at no cost by students across the globe and installed on any supported MS Windows 64-bit machine.
Ansys Student is our Ansys Workbench-based bundle of Ansys Mechanical, Ansys CFD, Ansys Autodyn, Ansys SpaceClaim and Ansys DesignXplorer. Ansys Student is downloaded by hundreds of thousands of students globally and includes some of our most-used products commercially. Users of this product may also find value in downloading our Ansys LS-DYNA Student product.
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For rapid viewing, the edited image files were saved in this Website at large "quality" reduction in PDF format, but the original scanned image files are archived at IRIS Data Center for download at the scanned 400 dpi resolution.
If the incoming request seems to arrive from Colombia, the infection chain proceeds as scheduled. The server responds to the client with a file for download. This is a malware executable hosted on the file-sharing service MediaFire. The file is compressed, similar to a ZIP file, using the LHA algorithm. It is password-protected, making it impervious against naive static analysis and even naive sandbox emulation. The password is found both in the email and in the attached PDF.
If contacted from Colombia or Ecuador, the downloaded file from Mediafire will be a RAR archive with a password. But instead of a single executable consisting of some packed RAT, the infection chain, in this case, is much more elaborate:
The above Powershell checks the system version and downloads the appropriate additional Powershell. This additional OS-specific Powershell checks for installed AV tools and behaves differently based on its findings. 041b061a72