In 2009, Symantec gathered data and discussed current trends, impending threats, and the continuing evolution of the internet threat landscape in 2009. In the Symantec global internet security threat report of 2009, the report stated that the United States was ranked number one in the world regarding malicious activity. Symantec listed the top five threats based on the data they gathered as Web based attacks, countries of origin for web based attacks, data breaches that could lead to identity theft by sector, data breaches that could lead to identity theft by cause, and bot infected computers. The top web based attack of 2009 was PDF Suspicious File Download which made up 49% of web based attacks, up from 11% the previous year in 2008. It attempts to deliver malicious PDF content to victims through the web. Users would download the PDF thinking it was of relevant information yet the PDF attack is designed to exploit vulnerabilities in applications that are able to process PDF’s. A successful PDF attack could compromise the integrity and security of affected computers. The second top web based attack of 2009 was the Microsoft Internet Explorer ADODB. Stream Object file installation weakness. This exploit accounted for 18% of the total number of web based exploits for the year down from 30% the previous year in 2008. This vulnerability allows hackers to install malicious files on a vulnerable computer when the user stopovers a website hosting an exploit. An attacker must exploit a vulnerability that bypasses Internet Explorer Security settings In order for this attack to be successful,. The attacker can then execute the malicious files that were installed by the original security weakness. This vulnerability has been known since 2003, and patches have been released since 2004. This exploit shows that many computer systems were not being kept
Christianity began over 2000 years ago. A Jewish man by the name of Jesus was born to a married woman who was said to be a virgin by the name of Mary her husband’s name was Joseph. It is believed that Jesus was conceived by the Holy Spirit, and he was born in Bethlehem. The first stories of Jesus’ life are of when he was about 12 years old. Jesus is said to have been found by his parents in a Jewish temple talking to rabbis about the Torah. His response to his parents who had been looking for…
could hold their own, but not when the igloos from the north splattered mango juice upon their nostrils. Only fifteen survived the fruit onslaught, and thus the deranged flying acrobatic geckos came to the rescue. At first, they were confused, but then pikachu and his mighty club from Garthal helped solve the problem by eating an airplane. They figured it was over, but a giant squid came from down under and consumed Jesus. Never before had they seen such brutality. Except when they anchored the sun…
Belen Valverde Professor Moreno English 206 2 March 2015
Interpretations of “Goblin Market” by Christina Rossetti
One strong emotion one cannot control is forbidden desire. If we give in these desires some serious consequences can be faced. In Christina Rossetti’s poem “Goblin Market” tells a story of a forbidden desire. To convey her message about a lesson learn to children, Rossetti’s uses…
fountain to be transformed to giant punch bowl. This "monumental" undertaking requires:
• 560 gallons (410 liters) of brandy
• 1,200 pounds (1,530 kg) of sugar
• 25,000 (25,000) lemons
• 20 gallons (2,600 milliliters) of lime juice
• 5 (five) pounds of nutmeg.
The bartender was actually a sailor who rowed around to fountain to serve guests. Ironically, no one could drink the from the fountain due to disease concerns and the filthiness of the bartender's boat.
demonstrates this in the quote, “I was holy in almost every bone.” (Page 55) Before Gary steals the apple pie, and he points out that boredom his what makes him sin. Gary states when he exits the market with the pie under his coffee lid Frisbee, “The juice of guilt wet my underarms.” (Page 55) Gary continuously refers to “the shadows of angels” which displays the significance of the sins “you take and don’t give back.” The shadows of angels also display how close God feels to Gary in his imagination…
Honors English 4
24 October 2014
Paganism and Christianity
“Do not cite the deep magic to me, Witch. I was there when it was written” (The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion the Witch and The Wardrobe). This is just one example of the attitudes portrayed towards the modern idea of a witch. From the Wicked Witch of the West to the White Witch of Narnia, witches have become prevalent in popular culture. The portrayals of these characters as sinister villains betray the lack…
sermon. He wanted us to remember Jesus and that this was the day he died for our sins. How we will never really feel the pain Jesus feels due to all the sins we commit. He took out a hammer and that beautiful painting that I mentioned that I saw when I walked in began to be destroyed. He said that the pain we feel as he strikes that beautiful painting is just a percentage of what Jesus feels. I began to cry because no matter what denomination I am attending, Jesus is Jesus and to think about such a powerful…
tiger, Orange juice, Zebra, and the Hyena.
What is the Summary of the Life
The summery of Life Of Pi is Pi and his family are poor
and have to sell their zoo. The family and all the animals
sail off to Canada on a cargo ship. The cargo ship sinks
and everyone dies except pi, Richard parker, orange
juice, and the hyena. pi then has to worry about being
killed either by the Hyena or the Tiger.the hyena kills the
zebra then it kills orange juice. Then richard parker kills…
World Religions Report
Yvette L. Renwicks
University of Phoenix
2. Background on Our Lady of Constellation
3. Interview questions;
How did you come to this religion?
Has your family been practicing this religion?
How long have you been practicing this religion?
What are your major practices of worship?
What are the basic beliefs of this religion?
What are your holidays?
What is the meaning behind these holidays?
What do you like about this religion…
World in Six Glasses- Wine
Chapter 3- The Delight of Wine
1. The origins of wine were most likely accidental. The grapes were crushed in large pottery, most likely during the Neolithic period, and the natural yeast would ferment the crushed grape juice. Wine is dated back to 5400 B.C.E. in the Zagros Mountains. Wine spread from west to Greece to Anatolia and then south through Levant to Egypt. Wine was a drink of the upper class in Mesopotamia because the climate was unsuitable for large-scale production…