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Just because you have finished high school or university, that doesn’t mean that you are finished learning. On the contrary, it is important to keep learning and developing your skills throughout your lifetime. Your brain is like a muscle – if you don’t use it you lose it! Also, when you have a wide range of skills you will be able to manage better in life’s challenges and you will give yourself advantages throughout your life. Luckily, there is no need to pay expensive school or tutor fees to learn a number of skills. In fact, all you need is a Youtube Downloader and an internet connection and you can learn a huge range of things! Youtube has millions of videos and many of them are helpful and educational tutorials and instructional content. Whether you want to learn to make cheese, perform CPR, change the headlight in your car or speak another language, there is a Youtube video that will show you how. Take a look at this fascinating infographic that shows you a number of ways you can master a new skill by watching Youtube videos. Of course, these are not the only skills you can learn from Youtube, but...
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When a business experiences a DDoS attack, it places stress on the systems and people responsible for maintaining them, as well as causing damage to the business. When a DDoS (distributed denial of service) attack happens, a malicious actor attempts to make an entire network go down. Website, email, voicemail, or anything accessed by the server under attack will be inaccessible to users. The ultimate goal of the attack is to make the system unavailable to the users that depend on the system. Over time, DDoS attacks have changed and intensified. As malicious actors become more sophisticated, attacks become more destructive. To understand how attacks have changed between 2011 and 2012, review the infographic below. The graphic makes some interesting comparisons: Note the increase of DDoS attacks between 2011 and 2012. Also note the increase in infrastructure DDoS attacks between 2011 and 2012. Finally, note that the average bits per second (bandwidth) and average packets per second during attacks increased in huge amounts. Click Thumbnail to Enlarge The infographic was created by the marketing and design team of one of the global leaders in DDoS protection and mitigation....
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Google has become arguably the most prolific company in history, primarily because of its advanced data collection ability. Think about it, Google's entire business is based off of collection of data from a huge number of sources from websites down to its users. Google has an insane number of ways that it's getting information outside of its classic search engine, like gmail, docs, calendar, maps, youtube, socially via Google Plus and even phone data from Google Voice. Once the enormity of the data net that Google has, the question becomes does Google know too much about people? Over the past 3 years the search giant has been embroiled in a massive antitrust & privacy case with the European Union. This however is far from the first controversy Google has faced in its data collection practices. From Safe Choice Security Controversies One of the most prominent and disturbing issues involving a Google data collection method surrounded its streetview cars used to take pictures for Google Maps. Between 2006 and 2010 streetview cars were collecting data from unsecured wi-fi networks it drove by. In that time frame Google collected over 600 gigabytes of usage and browsing data from wi-fi networks. The FCC came...
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There are many people who aren’t really aware of what social media is. When you mention social media the first thing you will think of is your Facebook or Twitter account, an interactive platform that allows you to interact, share and exchange information with your friends and family. Social media is so much more and is a virtual network or community which gives you the ability to exchange information, inform and update. This means that a site such as YouTube is also considered a social media network, even though you are not having conversations with the other person, their video blog is a way that they share their information and a way for you to update yourself on various trends and developments. Blogs are another popular social media choice, through blogs you can inform your target audience through interesting written words which can link back to your website, increasing traffic and generating new leads. One of the many ways to create awareness is by using guest blogging services, this is where professional writers write on your behalf. Usually they will write something engaging and interesting about your industry which will then be loaded onto a blog site for all the viewers...
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File sharing is the lifeblood of the Internet, or so some say. Whether you work in the IT industry or you are "simply" an avid technology user, you will not escape the fact that file sharing is an integral part of online activities. From the innocuous act of giving family and friends access to photos of your most recent vacation to uploading the latest episode of the [insert name of popular TV series here] - file sharing is at the heart of these activities. Photos, movies, short videos, books, software, knitting patterns, legal document templates - these and so much more are shared on a regular basis, by people all over the world. It's much like comparing the Internet, and file sharing platforms in particular, to a physical meetup place where people go to interact and swap goodies. With the recent spate of legal troubles hounding file sharing platforms, though, the question of piracy and illegal activities arises. Take for example, one of the latest and most controversial platforms: MEGA. Founded by Kim Dotcom, the founder of taken down Megaupload, MEGA has risen in popularity - no surprise there, but it also has gotten the attention of the authorities. To have...
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