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NMCI 0 Best Practices for Internal DDoS Attacks
Best Practices for Internal DDoS Attacks
Best Practices for DDoS Attack 1
What is a DDoS?
A Distributed Denial of Service, DDoS, is an attack which is implemented to take down a server and make it unavailable to legitimate users. This attack can be very costly as it suspends services and causes a break in connection to the internet. The reason this attack is called ‘Distributed’ is because there is a large number of computers that are used to overwhelm the web servers. These computers are called bots or slaves. They are controlled by one computer, which is called the master or handler. The master sends a command to the
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continue to prove profitable for hackers. (Siciliano, 2010)
"The failings of username and passwords still exist in e-mail, and the invasiveness of spyware makes every bank and their clients vulnerable," Siciliano says. "The man-in-the-middle attack could be thwarted if at least a third factor, ever-changing code, was deployed."
Siciliano also points out that e-mail interception proves how out-of-band authentication via mobile or home phone could significantly reduce fraud. He further indicates that "the banks won't do it until the dollar amounts are high, generally because the banks' customer level of security intelligence would cause too many customer service issues".
This case, according to
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03 May 2011
9/11 Terrorist Attack
“Smoke clears, and a wail: Where did it go? Oh, Lord, where did it go?” says N.R. Kleinfield (qtd. in Raines 30). The date of September 11th, 2001, will go down in American history forever. This terrorist attack shocked not only the United States, but every other nation in the world. On this day there was nearly 2,900 deaths, it will go down as the largest and most effective terrorist attack ever to have occurred. After the attack of 9/11 the United States changed for the better, it brought change in our government and the faith we have in our country.
The day September 11th, 2001 will be a day people will
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As cyber-criminals become cleverer with the cybercrimes, more and more individuals are in danger of a cyber-attack. The threats become more intense and damaging as technology grows. Often times, home users think computing and surfing the Internet is safe when at home. It is a necessity to be aware of the prevention methods whether at home or at work. To further the comprehension of cyber-attack prevention, an article is chosen and an evaluation is the article. The evaluation of an article will include a stance on the quality of the material, selections of various aspects, descriptions of each aspect, reasons for an individual viewpoint, and an example.
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Week 4: Essay 4.1
Malicious Code Attack
Harold Streat Jr (15813476)
NT2580: Introduction to Information Security
March 2, 2014
Malicious Code Attack
The Code Red virus didn't kill the Internet, but it did prove that there is a long way to go in the war against cyber-attacks, and, if the future is anything like the past, it is a war the good guys will never win (Burnett & Gomez, 2001).
The Code Red worm is one example where knowledge of emerging vulnerabilities and implementation of security patches plus overall watchfulness of network activity could have saved many systems from falling prey to a well-publicized attack (Burnett & Gomez
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Assignment 1: Web Application Attack Scenario
(Date of Submission)
Web applications are nowadays serving as a company’s public face to the internet. This has created the need to identify threats and attacks directed to data servers and web applications. Hackers exploit vulnerabilities in input validation and authentication affecting the web application in order to gain illegal access and disclose sensitive data or manipulate it to their benefits.
Common threats to data systems
Data systems such as the web application and data servers are faced by a number of threats, some of these threats are discussed below:
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Attack Prevention Paper
Cyber-attacks which are exclusively performed for the only objective of information collecting vary from monitoring the activities which a user makes to copying vital documents included in a hard drive. While those which do harm generally involve monetary thievery and interruption of services. Cyber-attacks are a slowly growing situation which is based on technology. The secret to avoiding this kind of attack is in the applications and programs which one uses for protection which identifies and informs the user that an attack is certain generally known as Cyber Warfare. As stated in the
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Attack Prevention Article Evaluation
Attack Prevention Article Evaluation
Network intrusion prevention systems are a huge step in organization security but should they really be deployed by enterprises now? This “search security” article takes its time to explain why or why not it should be.
Mike Chapple the author of the article saw a huge release of an IPS on a large network. This IPS came with the hype of massive sales numbers and the promise to get rid of the threats and give the administrators have peace of mind that the system is protected and safe. After the IPS was launched, it crashed after 15 minutes. The IPS technology was not ready to be
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There have been countless tragedies caused by man throughout history. The sinking of the ship Titanic, the two World Wars, the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, and the Oklahoma City bombing were all terrible disasters. However, none of these events have created as much hatred and anger in North America than the recent terrorist attack on the United States.
On September 11, 2001, terrorists hijacked four planes, crashing two into the World Trade Center, one into the Pentagon and the other into a field in western Pennsylvania. Soon after this happened the president of the United States vowed to exact revenge on the individuals who committed this horrible act. Despite the President’s promise
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Prof. Timothy Orr
3 March 2015
Attack and Die Civil War Military Tactics and the Southern Heritage
This was a intriguing book, the authors offer a different version of the severe loss of life suffered by the Confederacy States of American during the Civil War. The authors pull social and cultural elements together with military history to create their central thesis: the Southern military leadership failed to recognize new tactics and technological advances and willingly threw away men’s lives due to their Celtic heritage. If the South had adopted a more defensive posture, it very well could have weathered the storm of assaults by the Union, but
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Attack in Pearl Harbor in December 1941 shocked United States to its core. It signaled not only an utter destruction of an important naval base and the loss of many lives, it in the first place signified the beginning of a great struggle for nation’s survival. At time when France fails to Germany, and Russia and Great Britain are at the verge of failing, nothing seemed to prevent the Nazi and its powerful allies to conquer the world. And though Attack in Pearl Harbor was shocking, the nightmare of expected upcoming tribulations was much greater.
While incidents similar to that in Pearl Harbor were perhaps unconsciously expected by many Americans as they were observing great struggles on
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The casestudy is about Androids is under attack as it was already in the news, and what made Androids a tastier target was the fact that Enronaa was not the first time. Its start from they had used accounting practices that allowed Enronaa to hide its debts, but really these are all within the context of fair value accounting. Androids was critics that the auditors were incompetent, at worse, they deliberately
overlooked irregularities at Enronaa in order not to lose the lucrative stream of consulting and other work it provided.
Androids also had prior entanglements with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Androids agreed to pay the SEC a civil penalty of USD 7 million to settle
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20 Nov 2012
New Deal Under Attack
During the middle of the Great Depression many opposed the New Deal. I’m going to compare document 24-3 with document 24-5. I intend to describe the opponents of the New Deal, and the differences between Herbert Hoover and Huey Long’s plans. The first document is about Huey Long’s beliefs and his redistribution of wealth plan. He expresses his sheer disappointment over Roosevelt’s New Deal program and regrets supporting him in the election. The second document is about the conservative criticisms of the New Deal. Herbert Hoover’s anti-New Deal campaign speech centers on limiting government involvement and self
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also talks about Nancy’s email on the policy of routine document shredding. Nancy is a lawyer at Androids’ headquarters at Chicago.
2. PROBLEM ANALYSIS
2.1 5Why’s Analysis
In order to identify the main problem in ‘Androids under Attack’, we must first analyze the overall situation of the case. Specifically for this purpose, we decided to use 5Why’s Analysis which will be helpful to guide us in determining the root cause of this case. Appendix 1 summarizes the whole thing for our 5Why’s Analysis.
In the case, it is stated that the auditors at Androids who are in charge of auditing Enronaa’s account are having an urgent meeting because Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) are on
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Heart Attack and Cardiac Arrest
Every year 1.1 million people in the United States have a heart attack, and about 550,000 of them die. (National Institutes). Heart attacks affect millions of people annually; discovering the causes, treatment, and prevention is crucial to saving human life. A wide range of causes that vary from unhealthy lifestyles to an underlying heart condition can cause heart attacks. Treatments can range from oral medications to major open heart surgery. Prevention can often be as simple as making miniscule lifestyle changes such as dieting and exercise. Treatment and diagnosis are dependent upon each victim’s overall health and the health of the heart.
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was hearing this word. This department is supposed to be the guard of America! How could it be attacked? These terrorists showed us that they could attack any place in the world. Twins Towers, Pentagon, what else? I heard thousands times that Washington D.C has the best security. Nothing is allowed to fly over Washington D.C. Are we that vulnerable? How is it possible that US Air Force did not attack this aircraft?
It was awful. How could it happen to New York? This is truly a great loss and tragedy. WTC was the symbol of United States, the symbol of freedom, of capitalism, and democracy. Twin Towers were the image of the whole Manhattan, and United States. I cannot imagine Manhattan without Twin Towers. There is no place in the world where I can feel myself safe after attack on World Trade Center and Pentagon.
Maybe some day, in some way, the world will understand what happened in New York. Who ever did this had too much hate and actions like this are not justified by anything.
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“Myocardial Infarction: a.k.a. The Heart Attack”
Disease Conditions 242
Myocardial infarction, also known as a heart attack, is a condition that occurs in both men and women when the blood supply to the heart is disrupted. The heart attack, as well as many other conditions, has signs and symptoms that lead up to the occurrence of one. There are tests that the appropriate medical physician can perform to confirm that a heart attack did happen. There are treatments that a patient can go through in order to get back on their feet after this situation has come about. Prognosis and prevention of this condition are also part of the post-heart attack process
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Russian hackers attack the white house |
Michae haven |
On April 8, 2015 CNN did a report on a security breach involving the white house and the state department. This attack was done allegedly by Russian hackers in an attempt to gain states secrets. The hackers had gained access to the state departments computers via a phishing email attack. The attack was found out by suspicious activity that was happening on the white house computers. This attack allowed them full access to the state department’s computers and eventually they were able to convince someone to give them access to the white house’s non classified systems where sensitive information
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In December 2013, Target was attacked by a cyber-attack due to a data breach. Target is a widely known retailer that has millions of consumers flocking every day to the retailer to partake in the stores wonders. The Target Data Breach is now known as the largest data breach/attack surpassing the TJX data breach in 2007. “The second-biggest attack struck TJX Companies, the parent company of TJMaxx and Marshall’s, which said in 2007 that about 45 million credit cards and debit cards had been compromised.” (Timberg, Yang, & Tsukayama, 2013) The data breach occurred to Target was a strong swift kick to the guts to not only the retailer/corporation, but to employees and consumers. The December
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THE CARDIO RESPITORY SYSTEM The respitory system The function of the respiratory system is to supply the body with oxygen and dispose of the waste product carbon dioxide. This takes place when we breathe the process of breathing air in is called inspiration, expiration (breathing out). As inspiration takes place oxygen enters the body via the mouth and nose, the nasal cavity warms the air during its passage, the nerve endings which are located in the roof of the nose pick up the different odours we smell. Oxygen then begins the journey to the lungs, entering the upper respiratory tract which consists of. Pharynx: The throat, a cone shape cavity in the back of the mouth, prevents the
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While walking home from their school on a pitch black Halloween night, Jem and Scout Finch are brutally attacked by a drunken vagabond, Bob Ewell. This paper addresses the scene occurring on page 261 of Harper Leeâ€™s To Kill a Mockingbird. In this passage, Harper Lee intends the mood to be tense, by using descriptive and vivid imagery for the senses of sound and touch, and also by completely omitting the sense of sight.
Harper Lee begins to set the stage for the rest of the passage, by first using imagery for the sense of sound. Scout first begins to believe something is wrong when she hears â€œ[Bob Ewellâ€™s] trousers swish[ing] softly and steadilyâ€ (261) while he tries to sneak up on
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Does Using Drones to Attack Terrorists Globally Violate Interenational Law?
The United States government, led by the Central Intelligence Agency's Special Activities Division, has made a series of attacks on targets in northwest Pakistan since 2004 using drones (unmanned aerial vehicles). These attacks are part of the US' War on Terrorism campaign, seeking to defeat Taliban and Al-Qaeda militants in Pakistan.
These strikes are carried out by unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and have increased substantially under the Presidency of Barack Obama. Generally the UAVs used are MQ-1 Predator and more recently MQ-9 Reaper firing AGM-114 Hellfire missiles. The drones have become a weapon of choice
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In this essay I will analyse and compare a broadsheet and a tabloid
newspaper article. I hope to be able to find differences and
similarities in both articles. The Sun, which is the tabloid paper, is
more of a gossip paper than The Times, which is full of news and
sophisticated vocabulary. The article I have chosen is about the
service for the September 11th attack on the Twin Towers. I will
concentrate on looking at the language used and the descriptive
element of the scene. This is very important because both articles
will aim to achieve an emotional response and in order to accomplish
that, the scene must be described in great detail
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Running head: Airport Security
Airport Security Improvements Before and After the September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attack
South Carolina State University
The purpose of this study is to research improvements that have been made since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack and study airport security before September 11. According to ABC News 4 much has changed in our country over the last seven years including airport security. Air travel has been greatly affected by 9/11. Security measures have caused an increase in passengers to face many more steps before boarding flights. In November 2001 The Transportation Security
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The media played a vital part in forming the opinions of the American population both on and after September 11. Appeals to the emotions of post-September 11th America were demonstrated. Through television and print, the media attempted to control the minds of Americans by focusing on George Bush, the FBI, and the CIA, during the day of the attack and shortly after; the USA PATRIOT Act entered the spotlight in the weeks following the attacks.
The media repeatedly used the phrase “high alert” in the days following the attacks. In a short article in the “Washington Post” that was written the night of the attacks, writer, Charles Babington, focused on this phrase
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Book reviewThe following is a book review of The Shadow of Pearl Harbor : Political Controversy over the Surprise Attack, 1941-1946. by MartinV. Melosi.This book actually sparked my interest on the topics. I found his book to be very helpful for my research.MartinV. Melosi, The Shadow of Pearl Harbor : Political Controversy over the Surprise Attack, 1941-1946. College Station , TX : Texas A&M University Press, 1977.Martin Melosi is the author of the book The Shadow of Pearl Harbor : Political Controversy over the Surprise Attack, 1941-1946. Martin Melosi is from San Jose , California . He is a professor of history, the Director of the Institute for Public History, and the Director of
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RECENT CYBER ATTACKS
ST.CLOUD STATE UNIVERSITY
The attempt of breaching the security layers of an organization or a system by disrupting the network and there by accessing, stealing, modifying or destroying the valuable data and using the data for fraudulent purposes, causing a loss to the organization is called a Cyber Attack
The idea of cyber attacks began at the earlier development of World Wide Web (www) in this stage there was not much harm to the organization but as there was advancement in technology the number of hackers increased day by day and also the effectiveness of the hacking technology has
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Attack Prevention: Preventing Cyber Attacks
CMGT441: Introduction to Information Systems Security
April 20, 2012
Attack Prevention: Preventing Cyber Attacks
In today’s society technology is everywhere. The use of computers, cell phones, GPS’s, and internet are a lot more common. Now that today’s technology is expanding and growing which means that the reliance and dependence of these products is also growing. The dependence and the reliance are not the only two things that technology brings. The more reliance of these things causes cyber attacks which
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Luisa M. RiveraCarlos DomingoMireia SaragossaOctober 23, 2014iPremier Case Study1. Evaluate the competitive forces against iPremier.iPremier found in 1996 based out of Seattle; iPremier was an online retailer selling luxury and vintage goods. It becomes a public offering and even though there were problems during the late 90s and early 2000s by 2006 iPremier profits were $2.1 million with sales of $32 million.The attack that lasted for 75 minutes comes as a surprised to iPremier that kept too much faith in the Qdata's abilities. Not able to control this situation and the lack of vision with regards to threats. Everyone panic at what was happing because there was no crisis management
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For a better understanding of the situation in the network of the company I decided to start the analysis by the vulnerabilities that this one presents. Many of these vulnerabilities are the cause for different types of network attacks. It should be noted that while many of these vulnerabilities may be mitigated or eliminated the possibility of an attack always exists.
The first vulnerability is the email server. Although very well controlled for been within the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), this is always a vulnerability with which most companies have to deal with. This vulnerability opens the way for phishing attack. One way to mitigate this vulnerability is configuring the email server so
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Pearl Harbor is a United States Naval Base that was attacked by Japan on December 7th, 1941. The Japanese attempted to take out the U.S. Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor so they could have a stronger position in the war. Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto was the one who carried out the orders to attack Pearl Harbor. The attack took the U.S. by surprise making them enter directly into World War II and domestic isolation disappeared from the U.S.
In the 1930’s the path to war between Japan and the United States began because of differences over China. In 1931 Japan took over Manchuria and in 1937 tried unsuccessfully to take over the rest of China. In 1941 Japan joined Germany in the Axis Alliance and
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Fountain area is now at a higher elevation level
Fountain vision increased from 1400 to 1800
Fountain attack range increased from 1100 to 1200
Fountain True Sight increased from 900 to 1200
Reworked terrain surrounding the Roshan area
Reworked terrain around the Dire bottom lane
Reworked terrain below the Top Radiant Tier 1 Tower
Reworked the area to the left of the bottom Dire Tier 2 Tower
Moved Dire bottom Tier 2 Tower back very slightly
Added an alternate path to the north of the bottom lane Side Shop
Added an alternate path to the right of the bottom Dire Tier 1 Tower
Added a new ward spot near the bottom Dire Tier 2 Tower
Added a new ward spot near the top Radiant Tier 2
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Pearl harbor, was it an expected attack? This can be proven because the federal government was aware of the attack, FDR gave Japan a motive to attack, and the Japanese had a almost perfect aerial attack plan and what was the american response. The attack on Pearl harbor was Dec,7 1941 A date that will forever live in american infamy (FDR).But the question is if the federal government was aware of the attack?But after searching it has been said that FDR and the government knew. Because they had cut off and wouldn’t sell ammunitions to japan . Did FDR give Japan a motive to
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December 7th, 1941: Attack on Pearl Harbor
On the morning of the seventh of December 1941, during the time of WWII, the United States was awoken by a surprise strike attack by an unknown force. The Naval Base in Pearl Harbor was attacked by the military forces of Japan. This attack essentially led to the United States’ involvement in the Second World War. During this time, Japanese aggression was consuming different parts of Asia and the Japanese military wanted to continue to grow. The United States, however, wanted to prevent further Japanese expansion by placing embargos that crippled their forces. The Japanese did not agree with the actions taken by the United States and decided to
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SEC – 280-19780: Security
Professor: Jack Sibrizzi
Date: [ 2/12/2015 ]
This security incident response policy will explain the list of procedures that need to be taken after a malware attack that made the network operation shuts down for Gem Infosys. The policy plan will have multiple phases that include defining what comprises the security incident and the response phases. The response phases would include defining roles and responsibilities, assessment of the incident, and procedures explaining in detail what actions taken during the incident. Although the incident was caused by a
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Pearl Harbor Naval Base, Hawaii, was attacked by Japanese torpedo and bomber planes on December 7, 1941, at 7:55 a.m. Hawaii time. The sneak attack sparked outrage in the American populace, news media, government and the world. On December 8, President Franklin D. Roosevelt addressed the American Congress, and the nation, to detail the attack. In that address, the president asked Congress to pass a declaration of war. Congress obliged, voted and passed the U.S. Declaration of War on Japan, on the same day. That was America's formal entry into World War II.
The attack took place on a sunny Sunday morning. A minimal amount of soldiers was on duty at the time. Most offices on the base
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World Of Terrorism Terrorism. This is a word that now has a new meaning to people all over the world, it can affect lives, societies, and much more. A year ago if you said to the American government that there Trade Centers would clasps due to terrorism, they would probably laugh.But that is exactly what happened in result of the recent attack upon New York, on September 11 2001. No one could have been prepared for the hatred upon that day. Ever since the attack people have actually thought what terrorism really is. Well, terrorism is an event that is easier to describe than define. It has been
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season; as a result of implementing the new system, over three-quarters of the registration staff were reassigned to other parts of the university.
However, during registration for the most recent quarter, the web-based system suffered a crippling distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack that made the system unavailable for about 24 hours. The university’s network staff was certain that the attack did not initiate from an external network source since the university has a series of mechanisms in place to intercept such attacks. Further investigation revealed that the attack originated from the internal network. The network team discovered that a password sniffer application was
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Military Information Systems
SEC 305 ~ Computer Security
July 27, 2014
Attack on a military information system
This section provides the details about attack on a military information system. Here, hackers had attacked on military information system which can reinforce the conventional military operations and many forms of information welfare. The critical military information systems are supposed to design with sufficient security and redundancy to defeat such attacks. Hackers had attacked the satellite communications, directed energy weapons and missile defense from U.S military agencies. The military information systems are having the phone services and other
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attention on a relevant detail or emphasise a characterâ€™s reaction.
1. The opening sequence. (emphasis Music)
Play the opening sequence with the screen covered up â€“ i.e. sound only
Ask pupils to write down what they think is happening.
Explore the ways that the music is used to create an atmosphere and is linked closely with the shark.
Show the opening sequence and first scene in full.
Complete the analysis of the opening sequence grid analysing the effect on the audience.
2. The second attack (the boy on the lilo)
Watch the attack (about 6 minutes of film 12-18 minutes)
Some questions to discuss:
What signals are there to the audience about who is going to be attacked?
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, leader, Commander in Chief, is the person that is designated to make these decisions, directions, plans, and enforce an alliance when certain boundaries have been crossed, in an instant everything that we have and know to be true, CHANGES. Since, the era of radical leaders, activist, terrorist, and insane people with weapons of mass destruction and uncountable followers we have cringed at the thought of an attack that could wipe out an entire state in seconds. The idea is that with the US military and Department of Defense is at a moment notice away, ready to engage, with our Nation’s strength and ability.”
Are we able to use eighteenth century time tables in a twentieth century time
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Topic: The Life-threatening Disease Asthma
Specific Purpose: At the end of my presentation, I want my audience to be educated on the conditions of asthma, how to manage the disease, and how to help someone under an attack.
A. Attention Getter: What illness do you think is the leading cause for children missing 14.4 school days and 14.2 million adults missing a workday? Well I personally thought the common cold or fever would be the leading cause, but in 2008 the American Lung Association deemed Asthma as the illness responsible (“Asthma”, 2010)
B. Relevance: Allergy season is here. Since allergies are a main contributing cause of
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aromatic substitution reaction to be faster than the same reaction on benzene. (b) Acylium ion: An ion of the following general structure:
R C O R C O
(c) Arenium ion: An ion derived from electrophilic attack upon a benzene ring. General structure (Elec = electrophile that attacked the benzene ring):
(d) Azo dye: A dye molecule which contains the azo functional group (R–N=N–R), usually between two benzene rings. (e) Deactivating group: A benzene ring substituent that causes an electrophilic aromatic substitution reaction to be slower than the same reaction on benzene. (f) Diazonium salt: An ion of the following general structure:
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(g) Electrophilic aromatic
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December 7 1941
Written by Gordon W. Prange, this book gives great details leading up to, during, and just after the attack on Pearl Harbor. Through extensive research Prange was able to give us not only firsthand experiences of the Americans, but he also gives us some from the Japanese men who carried out the attack.
During the days leading up to the attack there was lots of activity in Washington related to the Japanese, and what their intentions were. Our leaders were deep into negotiations with the Japanese trying to broker a peace deal. The U.S. fully believed Japan was preparing to strike somewhere, but Pearl Harbor was at the bottom of the list. They were instead focused on the
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"Yesterday, December 7th, 1941 a date that will live in infamy United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan. I ask that the congress declare that since the unprovoked and dastardly attack by Japan on Sunday December 7th, 1941 a state of war has existed between the United States and Japanese Empire." The speech you have just read was given to congress by our president Franklin Delano Roosevelt. This speech put us into a full scale war against the Japanese. But why, and moreover what were the reasons behind this attack? Could we have prevented it? Did we have prior knowledge of this oncoming attack from Japan? Or did we let
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Dangerous breeds of dog should be banned
Recently there has been much controversy about dangerous breeds of dogs. In this year, there are many dangerous breeds of dogs to attack people even kill people. So a lot of organizations such as state government, local councils support banning them. I think that dangerous breeds of dogs should be banned because we should notice that the security of ourselves. Actually there are about 10000 dog attacks in Victoria each year. Dangerous breeds of dog let us live in a dangerous world. We should protection ourselves to banned the dangerous breeds of dog.
The dangerous breeds of dog are very easy to become difficult to control. Although these do
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SEC 402 Informational Warfare
February 16, 2011
Before we get into the major cyber terrorism threats that we all have to deal with I wanted to first define what cyber terrorism is. According to the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, cyber terrorism is any premeditated, politically motivated attack against information, computer systems, computer programs, and data which results in violence against non-combatant targets by sub-national groups or clandestine agents
Unlike an annoying virus or computer attack that results in denial of service, a cyber terrorist attack could lead to physical violence or extreme financial harm. According to the U.S. Commission
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During the 1790’s, over thousands of editions of Thomas Paine’s Age of Reason were produced and were sold out overnight. The man that is known of world shaping works through his writing is Thomas Paine. He demonstrates as an opponent of organized religion within his narrative the Age of Reason. The Age of Reason stirred up a theological firestorm amongst others and “... the reaction was remarkable, perhaps even unparalleled in American history” (Smith 775). Paine was a journalist that wrote words that change the history. Paine had an interest in raising many tensions between the different colonies through his writings. His writing fired others beliefs and caused individuals to attack his
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mitigation options for defending a network.
One of the most popular and trusted sites for defending against computer and network security threats is SysAdmin, Audit, Network, Security (SANS). The SANS site provides multiple resources, including a list of the top 20 Critical Security Controls for Effective Cyber Defense and the weekly @Risk: The Consensus Security Alert newsletter. This newsletter details new network attacks and vulnerabilities.
In this lab, you will navigate to and explore the SANS site, use the SANS site to identify recent network security threats, research other websites that identify threats, and research and present the details about a specific network attack.