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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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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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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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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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On December 2 1959, Fidel Castro and 81 other soldiers, landed in Cuba begin the revolutionary war against U.S backed regime of Fulgencio Batista. After many more struggles, the revolution’s victory came January 1, 1959. March 10, 1952, Batista led a bloodless attack in Cuba. July 26th, 1953, Fidel Castro led an attack on the Moncada army garrison in Santiago Cuba. After the defeat, Batista’s forces killed more than 50 captured revolutionarys. Che Guevara met Fidel Castro in Mexico. General Alberto Bayo gave classes in military tactics, he became head of personnel. Fidel was captured and the ranch outside of Mexico City. November 25, 1956 at two o’clolk in the morning they left the port of
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Security Recommendations To Prevent Social Engineering Attacks
A social engineering attack is a non technical attack that attacks the mindset of the victim. An intruder prefers this attack, because the human mindset has more weaknesses than many systems do. There are several implementations that can be used to deter social engineering attacks. The following are list of security recommendations to thwart social engineering attacks that must be used by all company employees:
· Do not click on any links in an e-mail instead scan the link with a virus scanner and type the link in the browser instead of clicking on the link.
· Do not open any e-mail attachments without first during a
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A. Memo For Record: IDS upgrade or replacement
Summary of Events: The health care clinic’s network security appliance (combined
router/firewall/wireless access point) was hacked and passwords were cracked. Configuration changes
to this device opened the network to a Denial-of-Service (DoS) attack. The result of this attack prevented access to patient records and insurance claims as part of their daily routine. The network Intrusion Detection System (IDS) sensor had been previously disabled because of degradation of network performance caused by the device. No advanced notification of system degradation caused by the DoS attack was
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Effect of Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple Sclerosis is an autoimmune condition of the nervous system and the brain. This means that the body’s innate ability to attack potentially harmful foreign bodies backfires. When this happens, the immune cells that should target the pathogens attach normal and healthy cells instead. Multiple sclerosis is such a condition in which the nerve endings are damaged due to the loss or destruction of the myelin sheath, a protective covering. The sensitivity and effective transmitting capability of the nerves are then compromised. (All Health Online) There are five types of Multiple Sclerosis
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Assignment 1: Attack Methodology and Countermeasures
When you are utilizing security features in an application, consideration should be given to the design, implementation, and deployment. It would helpful if you understand how a hacker thinks and then utilize the tools a hacker would use. Today, every company is becoming completely networked, through the exchanging of information on desktops, laptops, tablets and smart phones. Thinking like a hacker and understanding a hacker’s tactics and scams could make you aware and become more effective when applying countermeasures. There are several methods for carrying out
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Describe the Disease:
Asthma is a chronic disease of the lungs that affects the airways and causes them to become very swollen and sensitive to the air that you breathe. With this disease you can get what is called an asthma attack, this is where your airways become narrower, making it difficult to breathe. You may notice that someone is having an asthma attack if the person begins wheezing, getting a tight chest/ chest pains, breathing problems, and coughing. There are different types of asthma depending on your age and what causes you asthma to get worse. There is Child-Onset Asthma, Adult-Onset Asthma, Exercise-Induced Asthma, Cough-Induced Asthma, Occupational Asthma
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In years past, security threats came from geniuses or nerdy students with lots of time. The numbers of these people were relatively small. Their main motivation was to prove that they could break into another network. Since then, the number of potential attackers and the sophistication of the attacks have increased exponentially. Attacks that once required attackers to have an advanced degree in computing now can be done with easily downloaded and freely available tools that the average junior-high student can figure out how to use. Every company and almost every person connects to the Internet, making essentially the whole world vulnerable to attack.
The biggest danger today may be the
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the ticking bomb scenario is down for debate that specific situation rarely ever happens. Interrogators rarely learn that a suspect in custody has information about a terrorist attack or bombing. They state that the ticking bomb scenario could be dangerous and could lead to more torture being used on people who have unspecified information about a terrorist attack. They think this will cause a slippery slope.
I can understand both sides of the argument whether torture could be justified or not. But I think personally if you can save many lives for the cost of one. That seems like a reasonable risk for the use of extensive measures. If I were in the position where I had a prisoner that
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"War is no longer a lively adventure or expedition into romance,matching man to man in a test of the stout-hearted. Instead, it is aimed against the cities mankind has built. Its goal is their total destruction and devastation."
- General Dwight D. Eisenhower, Edinburgh, Scotland,
October 3, 1946
Discuss the key concepts and ideas of cyberwarfare
Significant of Paper
Methodology of Paper
Cyberwar is warfare, hostile influence which is fought in cyberspace. Cyberwar is netwar by the military. It includes hackers, listeners of communications systems, van Elckradiation115 listeners and so on. Cyberwar consists of information terrorism, semantic attack, simulation warfare
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Mutant Cakes Attack
You are ninja. You must use your special assassin abilities to overturn the mutant cakes and take back the city in the final battle of the bulge. As ninja, the player must work her way through four different lands to conquer the mutant cakes before they take over the final landscape – the city.
There are four main worlds within the game which progress in a parallel layout (Adams, E. & Rollings, A. 2007). The four main worlds, Country, Residential, Industrial and City must be saved from the mutant cakes that slowly take
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Malala Yousufzai, 14, is recovering after being attacked yesterday on her way home from school in Mingora, Pakistan. She was shot by a group of fighters called the Taliban. The group’s members follow a strict version of Islam. They believe girls should not go to school. Yousufzai was targeted because she writes about girls’ rights and children’s education in Swat Valley, Pakistan.
Mustafa Qadri, a researcher for Amnesty International in Pakistan, said that the attack shows the dangers of speaking up for human rights in northwestern Pakistan. “Female activists live under constant threats from the Taliban and other militant groups,” he said in a statement.
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information but this information could mislead the general public and stakeholders such as the Homeland Security. Weimann (2004) argues that cyber terrorism has been embraced by opportunistic politicians and business people in order to satisfy their own interests. The medium that these opportunists use in order to ensure that they achieve their selfish objectives is through the media. Weimann (2004) uses the 9/11 attack to validate the allegations of opportunists invading the issue of cyber terrorism to fulfill either economic or political interests. Weimann (2004) indicates that after the 9/11, the Bush government created the office of Cyberspace Security. Furthermore, the congress a
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networks known for stability and reliability with industry standards, it alarms the network engineers of new attack protocols. It also helps secure IT infrastructure be increasing storage needs
5. I think passwords and PIN are required for multi-factor authentication
6. Systems/Application domain because attackers will target that first.
7. Network-based firewall is a computer network firewall operating at the application layer protocol stack. Hose-based firewall is monitoring any application input, output, or systems services calls are made from. I put in the implementation, the firewall will block out malware and it let me know when the firewall needs to be updated.
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What is Asthma?
* A long-term lung disease that causes swelling in the airway
* Causes wheezing, chest tightness, shortness of breath and coughing
* The airway is made of tubes that carry air into and out of the lungs that help us breathe
* In people with asthma the airway can become smaller, making it harder to breathe, which is an asthma attack
* Asthma cannot be cured and even a person feels fine, they still have asthma and must be careful
Swollen airway vs. Normal Airway
The following items can cause an asthma attack
* Pollen from flowers and trees
* Animal Fur
* Cigarette Smoke
* Air Pollution
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AMERICAN PULIC UNIVERSITY
OSAMA BIN LADEN: FALL OF LEADERSHIP POST 9/11
MIND OF A TERRORIST
TERI DANIELLE MOUNT
SAN DIEGO, CA
OSAMA BIN LADEN: FALL OF LEADERSHIP POST 9/11
Under Osama bin Laden's leadership, al Qaeda has become the most dangerous terrorist organizaiton in the world, responsible for more than 10,000 deaths (Terrorism , 1). As the leader of this organization, he was strategic, intelligent and knew how to attack his enemy both economically and culturally. He was a mastermind and was able to communicate and exert influence upon his
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Maintaining a proactive approach on security requires that an organization perform its own hacking footprinting to see how much information is available to potential hackers. Some organizations do this using internal staff; however, it is much more common to see organizations hire external security consultants to perform these types of security reviews. This allows a truly unbiased outsider to attempt to gather as much information as possible to formulate an attack.
Assume that you have been selected as the security consultant to perform a comprehensive security review for an organization of your choosing. Ensure that the organization that you select has a public website that
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February 18, 2013
Panic disorders are anxiety disorders, diagnosed in people who experience thoughts of intense fright or discomfort; they are described by panic attacks, episodes in which the individual has feelings of deep anxiety or terror, followed by a sense of imminent doom (Flavo, 2009).
Some people avoid going into situations or places in which they have formerly had a panic attack in anticipation of it reoccurring again. These people have agoraphobia, and they tend to stay away from public places where they feel that urgent escape might be difficult. About one in three people with panic disorder develops agoraphobia. Their
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Perform Reconnaissance and Probing Using Zenmap GUI (Nmap)
LAB #1 – ASSESSMENT WORKSHEET
Perform Reconnaissance and Probing Using Zenmap GUI (Nmap)
Course Name and Number: Student Name: Instructor Name: Lab Due Date:
Hackers typically follow a five-step approach to seek out and destroy targeted hosts. The first step in performing an attack is to plan the attack by identifying the target and learning as much as possible about the target. Hackers usually perform an initial reconnaissance and probing scan to identify IP hosts, open ports, and services enabled on servers and workstations. In this lab, students planned an attack on 172.30.0.0
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to the higher commands end state. (Army 2008) Rommel lost objective when he went on the attack against Montgomery at Alma el Halfa ridge. Montgomery noticed that Rommel had become predictable and was waiting for him, dug in, on the ridge. (National Geographic 2009 ) Montgomery’s defense’s where set up on top of the ridge and south of the ridge when Rommel made his predictable flanking maneuver around the ridge. (National Geographic 2009 ) Because of Rommel’s predictability he lost the object and to retreat back to El Alamein.
Offensive is synonymous with initiative. (Army 2008) Throughout the war Rommel had always seized the initiative, until El Alamein. After being turned away at the Alma
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the New Deal era. Although the U.S. claimed that they were fighting for the freedom to their people, the truth is that they were suppressing their citizens.
The Cold War never really broke out. The biggest reason was that both sides had a large number of nuclear weapons. While the United State thought the Soviet Union could not develop nuclear weapons until the mid-1950s, the Soviet Union in face detonated its first bomb in August 1949.1 During this period, the two countries showed their ability to attack with nuclear weapons. These two sides each built huge radar antennas to detect incoming bombers and missiles. And these bombs of either side can kill millions of lives in one attack
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Responses to Attacks
Responding to Attacks on Computers
Threats to an organization’s computer systems come from a variety of sources. The motivations for computer attacks are as different as the attackers themselves. For example, a group of organized criminals may carefully execute an attack on your computer system, hoping to gain confidential information they can sell to competitors or use to extort money from your organization. Industrial spies may try to steal a company’s secret plans for a new product. Cyber-terrorists with political or religious motivations may attack an organization or government with which they disagree. Amateur hackers may access systems to plant their virtual
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The disease I chose is stoke risk, a stroke is sometimes called a “brain attack” it is in some way related to having a heart attack. The most common stroke happens when a blood vessel that feeds your brain becomes blocked, for example a thrombus or blood clot. With the sudden reduction in blood supply to the brain it causes injury to the brain tissue. Sometimes the damage is permanent or sometimes it is temporarily and it resolves itself within a twenty four hour period. A rare and less common stroke is called a hemorrhagic stroke; this is when one of the blood vessels in your brain breaks open. This is caused by the lack of blood where it is needed and too much blood where it does not
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27 October 2015
Efficiency Essay: Southland
In 1942, the American fear of the unknown ripped thousands of Japanese-Americans living in the United States from their homes and into internment camps. After the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, Americans became fearful that the Japanese people living in their country participated in the attack and were planning more from “the inside.” It was only once they were needed during the war that the men were allowed out of the camps to fight as American soldiers. Revoyr writes, “Frank and his friends were such great American soldiers, ironically, because they were Japanese- because of their sense of duty, and integrity, and faith in
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credential information – by deception. They usually take the form of fake notifications from banks, providers, e-pay systems and other organizations to encourage a recipient to urgently update or enter their personal data.
This is a major concern for eLite Bankers Limited as banks and other e-pay systems are major targets for phishers. This indicates that the fraudsters are more interested in personal data which provides access to money which can bankrupt a victim of phishing.
Session Hijacking is the exploitation of a valid computer session to gain unauthorized access to information on a computer system. A Session Hijacking attack compromises the session token by
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In this experiment, the use of a scale model airfoil section of an aircraft wing will be analyzed in a wind tunnel. The basic physical laws of engineering and science shall be applied to verify and to understand the principles of flight. A dimensional analysis will be applied to the model airfoil to represent a full-scale wing prototype. The basics of aerodynamics, as applied to standard NACA airfoil configurations, shall be applied to establish performance data regarding lift, drag and stall with respect to the various angles attack demonstrated throughout the experiment at a number of air speeds.
It should be noted that the Cessna 152 trainer aircraft uses a NACA 2412 airfoil
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outnumbered and he was smart about that. Wolfe held off from rushing to attack Quebec and instead laid siege to the city from a distance using artillery and cannon fire. This turned out to be an excellent strategy as it provoked the people of Quebec to beg for a group of people to head out and attack Wolfe head on to end the fighting. Montcalm sent Jean-Daniel Dumas, one of his best colonial officers to head the charge and try to dislodge Wolfe from his place at Pointe Levis. Dumas broke his troops into two columns and split up. In the darkness one column seen the other column and mistook them for the enemy. Panic ensued from both column and a volley of shots was fired. All of Dumas
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Squatting Cyber Vandalism Transmitting Virus Internet Time Thefts
CATEGORIES Cyber crimes against GOVERNMENT Cyber Terrorism
CATEGORIES Cyber crimes against SOCIETY
Online Gambling Forgery
o HACKING o DENIAL OF SERVICE ATTACK o VIRUS DISSEMINATION o SOFTWARE PIRACY o PORNOGRAPHY o IRC CRIME o CREDIT CARD FRAUD o PHISHING
TYPES o SPOOFING o CYBER STALKING o CYBER DEFAMATION o THREATENING o SALAMI ATTACK o NET EXTORTION
Hacking… The act of gaining unauthorized access to a computer system or network and in some cases making unauthorized use of this access. Hacking is also the act by which other forms of cyber-crime (e.g
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avoiding situations that trigger or worsen their symptoms. People with anxiety disorders are likely to suffer from depression, and they also may abuse alcohol and other drugs in an effort to gain relief from their symptoms. Job performance, school work, and personal relationships can also suffer.
Types of Anxiety Disorders
People with this condition have feelings of terror that strike suddenly and repeatedly with no warning. Other symptoms of a panic attack include sweating, chest pain, palpitations (irregular heartbeats), and a feeling of choking, which may make the person feel like he or she is having a heart attack or "going crazy."
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD
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Poter’s five forces
1, the bargaining power of suppliers
Haidilao Pot has its own four large modern logistics center and a raw material production base, it uses Backward Integration Strategy on its raw material, the company is a large enterprise with national chains in China, the need for raw materials is large, enhance their ability to bargain, recently some vegetables (cabbage, etc. ) oversupply, causing prices to fall, this is good for the company’s business; Shuanghui clenbuterol issue regulations require companies to make safety requirements for food, meat supply is under attack, but also good for the company’s business. It means suppliers has low influence on the
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Coronary disease is the number one killer in America. Coronary disease is basically dealing with the heart and its arteries. Coronary disease is a result of plaque (cholesterol) buildup in arteries, which blocks the blood flow and rises the risk for heart attack and or stroke. When the plaque builds up it may result in the heart being starved of oxygen and the nutrients that it needs. Without oxygen to the heart and without the vital nutrients that the heart needs, it is dangerous because without those things it won’t be able to pump properly and perform its duties. From a young age, cholesterol plaque can start to build up in the blood
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security can be summed
up in three words: prevent, protect, and respond. The ideal objective is to prevent terrorist
attacks. It was also desirable that potential targets of terrorism are not left completely vulnerable
to attack, that protection is increased to the fullest extent possible. When 9/11 happened it finally
put the boot in America’s behind that something had to be put into place to protect Americans
and the U.S.
Prior to 9/11, the Oklahoma City bombing and the World Trade Center bombings caused
devastation for many but did not have the same impact as 9/11. I think this is because they were
smaller events and the individuals guilty of these attacks were caught
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Unit 1: Lesson 5: Names and Faces — Chopin and Freeman Stepping Beyond Society’s Limits
“Women’s Roles in Society”
1. How would you describe the tone of each story?
- “Story of an Hour”: The tone begins with hints of sadness and very quickly ascends into
glee with Louis Mallard’s realization of her freedom from a husband she doesn’t loveland a
marriage she wasn’t happy in. Then, irony strikes as she discovers that her husband is
actually not dead and she not at all free. The tone suddenly shifts from gleeful back to
depressing with the Mallard’s realization that she still has to live a life under her husband
and then dies of a heart attack.
- “Revolt of Mother”: The tone was
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What Is Blood Pressure?
Blood pressure is the force at which your hearty pushes blood around to give it the energy and oxygen that it needs.as blood moves, it pushes against the blood vessels, the strength of this is known as your blood pressure. If the pressure of your blood is too low then this may cause a strain on your arteries and in some case it strains the heart also. This may lead to heart attack (whether mile or sever) and even strokes. Blood pressure is expressed in two form/figures, one is said to be “over” the other; systolic pressure which is caused when the left ventricle of the heart contracts to push the blood through the body, and the diastolic pressure is when the
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Revisionist history is a reinterpretation of what we call facts or truth surrounding a historical event. I agree with the way the revisionist can attack an event and look for fraud in the story or event and set the record straight. Revisionist history consists in the art of detecting fraud and then having the courage to put it out there publicly stripping away illusion even when the whole world sees it differently.
Guisepi, R. (n.d.). Ancient Civilizations. Retrieved March 27, 2013, from History World: http://history-world.org/ancient_civilization.htm
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Batman – The Dark Knight Rises
1. What do we see in the opening scene (the prologue)? What tone/atmosphere does the opening scene set?
W eget introduced to the villian/terrorist. Action-packed.
2. What kind of place is Gotham City? (what does it look like?)
Much like New York.
3. Make a character sketch of Batman/Bruce Wayne and focus on his development. To what extent can Batman be said to be a vigilante?
Quite withdrawn. Not very social like he was in the movies before.
He sees that Gotham is under attack and even though he has retired, he feels a commitment to protect his city.
Batman is definitely a vigilante. Takes matters into his own hands.
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thought to have been responsible for drafting the Supplication of the Commons against the Ordinaries in 1532. This parliamentary petition resurrected the protests against church courts originally made in 1529 in the attack on Wolsey; it was used to secure the submission of the clergy, which finally subjected canon law to secular review. Cromwell took charge of the drafting of the Act in Restraint of Appeals to Rome (1533) and the Act of Supremacy (1534).
Cromwell persuaded Henry to agree to marry Anne of Cleves, a German princess, in hope to secure support against the Catholic Holy Roman Emperor, and strengthen the bonds of Protestantism. The marriage failed Unlike Wolsey and his predecessors, Cromwell was never Lord Chancellor; he can be regarded as the first chief minister of a new type, a layman basing his influence on the office of principal secretary. In 1536 he was ennobled as Baron Cromwell of Oakham, in the county of Rutland, and in 1540 he was created Earl of Essex.
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the organization could possible losing several applications. A confidentiality error could be if an administrator made a typo when bringing a virtual network up, that error could possibly allow someone access to information that they shouldn’t have and the administrator may not realize their mistake. And finally a security issue could be an attack on the virtualization infrastructure such as virtual machine jumping.
Virtualization is considered to be a green technology. Virtualization helps organizations decrease power usage and hardware waste. It also reduces electrical consumption, space requirements, air-conditioning needs and construction requirements. All these things combined help make virtualization a green technology.
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sized head with a long nose. This large body helps it support more muscle mass, so German Shepherds are usually very powerful. They have extremely powerful jaws with strong teeth, a dogs jaw can excert upward of seven hundred and fifty pounds per square inch and have a scissors type bite, so they just chew it up, tear it up, grind and shred whatever they are chewing. German Shepherds are usually used as police dogs because they are natural born working dogs. They have been trained and bread to be used to work, so they are very easily trained and extremely loyal. They are restrained and will usually not attack suddenly, but they can fight well. They are judged by breeders as very smart and
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the peso would have sharply declined and fallen to a level near its long-run equilibrium, it would eventually have stabilized.
- The government could have devalued the peso. Ideally, the new value chosen by the government would have been consistent with the long run equilibrium, and hence, public confidence would have remained high enough to prevent a speculative attack on the new peg.
- Once the peso was devalued, nervous investors started shifting their funds out of Mexico. This resulted in a $4.5 billion loss in central bank reserves. Government should have prepared for such a major outflow of funds.
4. Derive lessons from the Mexican experience that may be useful for developing
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Phases of a computer attack
Phase 1 - Reconnaissance
Phase 2 - Scanning
Phase 3 - Gaining Access
Phase 4 - Maintaining access
Phase 5 - Covering Tracks
Phase 1: Passive and Active Reconnaissance
Passive reconnaissance: This is the process of scouting out a company or individuals knowledge and processes, such as finding out when employees come in to work and leave work. It can also be the result of researching the company through the internet via search engines.
Active Reconnaissance: This is the process of actually scanning the network to find out IP address and services that the network provides. This process will help the hacker determine what vulnerabilities are
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flat or during physical activity, fatigue, coughing, and chest pain that’s not caused by a heart attack or coronary artery disease. Mitral valve prolapse often runs in families and can be linked to other conditions such as Marfan syndrome, Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, adult polycystic kidney disease, Ebstein’s anomaly, and scoliosis.
Although most people with mitral valve prolapse never have problems, complications can occur. Complications tend to occur in middle-aged or older adults. They may include mitral valve regurgitation, which may or may not be serious depending on the amount of fluid
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One way to secure your LAN connection is to use a separate network for your LAN. If you use a TCP/IP protocol for any of your network adapters you are connected to the internet and are open to unwanted visitors. It is simple to prevent this threat of becoming an easy attack point for hackers. Open the TCP/IP properties and uncheck the Client for Microsoft Networks and the File and Printer Sharing, also uncheck the Microsoft Family Logon.
Other way your LAN can be attacked is from the inside. It can be as simple as an attacker gaining access to the wiring closet. It is very important to make sure that your wiring closet is secure using some type of ID access, being ID card
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My first interview was with my husband who is forty years old. He remembers setting in his cubicle at work and someone crying out “Oh My God, we are under attack.” He and all of his co-workers scrambled to find news coverage online of what was going on. He was able to find a video on CNN. He also remembers that everything was quiet and that businesses were shut down and the skies were empty. He also remembers talking to people and telling them, “Why are you surprised this happened? They have already tried once and have been threatening it for years.”
My second interview was with a twenty-five year old woman. She remembers being in elementary school and when the events