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    Viruses

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    Most of us swap disks with friends and browse the Net looking for downloads. Rarely do we ever consider that we are also exchanging files with anyone and everyone who has ever handled them in the past. If that sounds like a warning about social diseases, its right along the same lines. Computer viruses are every bit as harmful and destructive, and come in a vast variety of types and strains. Computer viruses, can tear up your hard drive and bring down your system. However, unlike social diseases

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    The Problem of Computer Crime

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    There are many different types of computer crime. I will start off with the most infamous and feared one, hacking. Hacking is what most people first think of when they think of computer crime. It is easy to find someone who knows someone affected by hacking, or even to find someone who, himself, has been a victim of hacking. Originally, hacking was not such a feared word. It used to be used to describe computer geniuses, who were looking to reach the most complex concepts that the computer world

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    Windows Me

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    An Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) version of Windows ME is a special release product made available for computer Manufacturers. OEMs can customize these versions of Windows ME specifically for their hardware and software. The Setup procedures and requirements outlined in this document may be different if you have an OEM version of Windows ME. For more information, read the documentation that came with your computer or contact your computer manufacturer. =========================================

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    Week 1 Q & A

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    location of the OS to boot with the help of the CMOS (complementary metal oxide semiconductor) chip which is used to hold the date, time, and boot parameters which include the OS’s location. The BIOS is designed to trigger the OS into its own individual booting procedure. Once... ... middle of paper ... ... be spread among 10 ports therefore reducing the speed to each computer connected, a switch allows a 10/100mbps connection to each device connected allowing for faster connections and easier network

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    System Boot Sequence

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    System Boot Sequence The system BIOS is what starts the computer running when you turn it on. The following are the steps that a typical boot sequence involves. Of course this will vary by the manufacturer of your hardware, BIOS, etc., and especially by what peripherals you have in the PC. Here is what generally happens when you turn on your system power: 1. The internal power supply turns on and initializes. The power supply takes some time until it can generate reliable power for the rest of

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    The creation of this assignment is to create a baseline knowledge and explain my journey of becoming a Linux administrator. In this assignment, I will continue to cover the topics that I had learned and discussed in the third and fourth weeks of class after the first assignment. After learning the foundations of the Linux Operating System, It is now time to peel back some layers and go more in depth with this intriguing O.S. The discussions topics that will be touch upon is the Boot Process and

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    Virtual Company

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    Virtual Company Introduction: With the growing popularity of snowboarding, more companies are coming up with new, innovative ideas to make a profit. Convenience plays a major factor in profit maximization model. If a snowboarder must overcome too much of a task while putting the board on in order to hit the slopes, the product is sure to be flop. Simmons Extreme Sports has developed a state of the art snowboard binding/boot combination that will revolutionize the sport of snowboarding.

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    Gentoo Install Guide

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    Gentoo Gentoo-http://www.gentoo.org/ Gentoo is a distribution that has 3 different install methods. You can just install from the CDs known as stage 3. You can install the base system from CD known as stage 2 and then custom compile the rest of the OS from scratch to bring it to stage 3. This makes the system faster and more responsive but takes some time. Last is the stage 1 install where EVERYTHING is built from scratch. This makes for an EXTREMELY customized and streamlined system. However this

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    1 Problem Statement and related work 1.1 Solar Orbiter Mission Solar Orbiter [10] is a planned Sun-observing satellite, under development by ESA and is scheduled to be launched in January 2017 as baseline. At its closest point, the spacecraft will be closer to the Sun than any previous spacecraft, almost one-third of the Earth’s distance from the Sun. Because of the proximity of the Sun, the spacecraft must withstand powerful bursts of atomic particles coming from the solar atmosphere. From an on-board

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    SECURITY

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    A firewall is a set of related programs, located at a network gateway server, that protects the resources of a private network from users from other networks. (The term also implies the security policy that is used with the programs.) An enterprise with an intranet that allows its workers access to the wider Internet installs a firewall to prevent outsiders from accessing its own private data resources and for controlling what outside resources its own users have access to. Basically, a firewall

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