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    Six Thinking Hats

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    Thinking with Hats Six Thinking Hats offers an original way to think. The author, Edward De Bono, has created an idiom to make decisions making, communication, and thinking more effective. De Bono believes thinking is the ultimate human resource and that we should want to improve upon it. He suggests that the main difficulty of thinking is confusion and that we try to do too much at once. In his book he puts forward a simple concept that allows a thinker to do one thing at a time. The concept is

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    The Three Hats of Hackers

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    individuals classified by a system of hats. This hat system was coined by the L0pht (pronounced “the loft”) one of the most well know old-school hacking group on the internet. This hat system was implemented to give the middle ground hackers, like the members of L0pht, a category to call their own that kept them from being associated with the criminal hackers, also known as black hats, and the corporate hackers and network maintainers, known as white hats. (Lemos, 2002) Since black and white made

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    Gray-Hat Hacking

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    Gray-Hat Hacking Overview Computer security is a growing concern with the onset of always-on connections in the home and the emerging global network. More and more people become connected everyday. The reliance on computers in our daily lives has increased the need for security and has shifted the ethical line for hackers and hacking. “A hacker is someone with deep knowledge of and great interest in a system. A hacker is someone who likes to delve into the inner workings of a system to

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    What's the Purpose ? What are the purpose of children's books? Why write a book for an individual who's too young to even read or understand it ? Every book is written with purpose, well at least that's what the teachers tell you. I didn't really believe this stupid idea until I was given this assignment. It made me realize that the words and the pictures and the ideas within these children's books really did have a purposeful meaning to their audiences. Many children's books are based off the latest

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    White Hat Hackers Essay

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    White Hat Hackers White hat hackers are known as a person who identifies weaknesses within a computer system or network. However, instead of taking advantage of them like black hat hackers do, the white hat hackers assist in exposing the weaknesses to the system’s owners in efforts to repair the weakness keep others from taking advantage of it. White hat hackers also recommends fixes to the owners. Many major corporations employ people like this to help keep their systems secure. Black Hat Hackers

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    Black Hat Hacking Essay

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    Colored HATS IN NETWORK SECURITY In Computer security terminology Hacker is a person or group of persons, who exploit, modify and identify weakness in a computer system or network. Hacker may be motivates of reasons such as profit, protest and challenge. based on attitude, belief, and goals hacker groups are categories such as  Black hat  White hat  Grey hat  Blue hat Black hat: Black hat are the "hackers" which means they intentionally sent a malicious code into the computer system or network

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    Men in Bowler Hats and Women in Great Dresses The day was grey and heavy; snow, in great drifts, lined the brick way. The brick and concrete halls loomed in the horizon; the years of the past century seemed to descend upon me as a curtain. Men in bowler hats and women in great dresses seemed more appropriate than my khaki cargo pants or leather jacket. The brick became concrete; and, I walked the path down the hill, past the great elms, and into the Sackett building. Wandering up the stairs

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    Freudian Psyche in Geisel's The Cat in the Hat "Then we saw him step in on the mat! We looked! And we saw him! The Cat in the hat!" (Seuss 6) Through the years, many parents have read the children's book The Cat in the Hat to their kids. Written by Theodore Geisel, otherwise known as Dr. Seuss, The Cat in the Hat is a lively and wonderful book to read to children. No only that, but also it helps teach children about right and wrong through fun and exciting characters

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    Narrative Style and Structure of Dr. Seuss'The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins, told in folktale style, was written by Dr. Seuss in 1938. According to Charity Belle Mays, “Folktales deal with adventures both plausible and implausible wrapped in the forms of human or animal abilities. They are the simple tales that have truly evil people or animals, and truly good people or animals, and the good always wins out in the end in these stories, giving way to the

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    solutions to protect their information. Individuals that hack systems and provide the information back to the individuals in which they have hacked are known as ethical hacker or white hat hackers. The individuals that hack into another’s system to sabotage, steal or destroy another’s system has earned the name of a black hat hacker. Tsutomu Shimomura a thirty year old Japanese physicist and a renowned expert in computer crimes. At the age of 14 Shimomura left high school and was found to hanging out

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