In this use case, the user will insert his all-special information with Username and password to get access to System
In this article, the main purpose was to explain how a well structured curriculum can help substance abuse counselors in a group setting. The article, “Developing an evidenced-based, multimedia group counseling curriculum toolkit” emphasize on the importance of substance abuse counselors to receive training in order to provide effective group counseling to clients in community agencies. However, due to the limited resources substance abuse counselors have in community based agencies, it is tough sometimes for them to receive efficiently training to develop a empirically supported treatment (EST) for their clients (Brooks, DiGuiseppi, Laudet, Rosenwasser, Knoblach, Carpenedo, & Kirby, 2012). The authors mentioned that it is vital for substance abuse counselors to get sufficient and effective training; in order for counselors to be able to use techniques during group sessions that can help clients understand their addictions better instead of discussing unrelated topics during group sessions. Although, it is vital for substance abuse counselors to receive training many community agencies choose web-based training, rather than intensive training due to the cost and the restrictions in budget for training (Brooks, et al., 2012).
Denial of Service (DoS) is another technique that hackers frequently use. DoS attack causes user's computer to crash or to become so busy processing data that the computer is unable to use it. According to Armor2net, it is important to note that in addition to being the target of a DoS attack, it is possible that the attackers also us the computer to participate in another DoS attack on another system. In fact, this technique is called Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attack. The attackers install a back door program that runs on the compromised computer and wait for further instructions. When a number of back doors are running on different computers, a single "handler" can instruct all of these back doors to launch a DoS atta...
Denial of service (DoS) and distributed DoS (DDoS) attack is a means to take control of a computer terminal or network resources to disrupt communications of a computer host with a connection to the Internet. A DDoS is an attack sent by more than two computer hosts or a coopted zombie computers in a botnet and DoS is an attack by one computer host. Either attack will flood an online computer or network with of incoming messages to overwhelm the targeted system thus denying service to the internet or communication with authorized users (US-CERT, 2013).
The main purpose of this article was to explain the positive correlation that a comprehensive school-counseling program can have on students’ outcomes. The article, “Comprehensive School Counseling in Rhode Island: Access to Services and Student Outcomes” explained the importance for all students to have equal access to a school counselor who can provide counseling interventions for students who are having academic performance and mental health problems. In addition to, explaining the overall benefits and the impact that a comprehensive school-counseling program can have on students’ outcomes (Dimmitt, Wilkerson, & Lapan, 2012). In this article, the authors mentioned that a fully implemented comprehensive school-counseling program is significantly correlated with the improvement of students’ academic outcomes in many aspects. For example, increased on school satisfaction, improved teacher to student relationship, and greater interest on college information from students. Although, there is a positive impact on students’ academic, social, and behavioral outcomes due to the implementation of school counseling programs; there is not enough counseling resources for low socio-economic level students, who often do not have counseling interventions that met their future career needs. Therefore, school counselors have to their best effort with the limited resources, large students caseload, and prioritize crisis interventions over counseling services for students (Dimmitt, et al., 2012).
“People are good or half good or a quarter good, and it changes all the time- but even on the best day nobody's perfect.” (Quote from Let the Great World Spin). This quote spoke to me because I struggle with perfectionism. Although I realize no one is perfect and perfection is really a myth, I still strive for it for some strange reason. I have never been one to compare myself to others. I try to be the best I can be. I see my biggest competitor when I look in the mirror. I have learned that even the word perfect in the Bible does not mean what we think it means. God would not say “Be perfect, therefore as your heavenly Father is perfect” (Matthew 6:48) if it was something we are unable to do. He equips us and strengthens us to do everything He has called us to do every day. The Biblical sense of the word perfection for us as individuals means entirely complete, being full, and sufficient, from the Greek word teleioo. I used to want to lose weight. Now, I want to be at a healthy weight. I used to want to be healthy. Now, I want to be whole. Healthy means the absence of sickness or disease. Whole, on the other hand, is so much more. It is completeness, in spirit, soul, and body. I think I will always struggle with perfectionism, but giving myself grace is something I am learning as God gave grace to me, I will also give it to myself and others.
The Denial of Service attack (DoS), in this attack, the attacker does not actually access the system, but rather simply blocks access from legitimate users. In the words of the CERT (Computer Emergency Response Team) Coordination Center (the first computer security incident response team), “A ‘Denial-of-Service’ attack is characterized by an explicit attempt by attackers to prevent legitimate users of a service from using that service” (CERT, 2003). One often-used blocking method is flooding the targeted system with so many false connection requests that it cannot respond to legitimate requests. DoS is an extremely common attack method, second only to malware. (Easttom, 2014)
In Tim O’Brien’s The Things They Carried there is a clear connection between water and death. This is shown through the deaths of Max Arnold in “Speaking of Courage”, Norman Bowker in “Notes”, and of Kiowa in “Speaking of Courage”, “In the Field”, and “Field Trip”.