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15 Hilarious News Chyron Mistakes

15 Hilarious News Chyron Mistakes | MyEnglish Melvin | Scoop.it
Mistakes in news graphics are pretty frequent these days. Check out these 15 funny and occasionally disturbing chryon fails.

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Funny mistakes made in news reports.

Its a real shame. Big news events like this shouldnt have these faults

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Learning basics of IT-Security: A day in the life of IT security

Find out how IT security take back control of the endpoint in this animation Learn more about Endpoint Control, the issues affecting organisations and how yo...

 

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Read also my FREE courses here:

 

http://gustmees.wordpress.com/2012/07/07/bring-your-own-device-advantages-dangers-and-risks/

 

http://gustmees.wordpress.com/2012/10/11/learning-basics-of-cyber-security-by-easy-to-follow-steps/

 

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Im very afraid of losing data myself. I saw a commercial once that someone took over the identity of another person. I hope that people pay more attention and try to be more safe in the future.

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Melf's curator insight, April 18, 9:13 AM

Here you see some facts about how companies lack in security.

Some points like file sharing and getting worms are a really big issue. If there is no protection against that the company may be in danger. If all people have about 3 devices and they arent protected, you cant stop this.

Melf's curator insight, April 25, 9:02 AM

I think that people should pay more attention to this because there are more victims every day. Not only persons but also companies could get trouble with not paying attention to your data.

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Learning basics of IT-Security: A day in the life of IT security

Find out how IT security take back control of the endpoint in this animation Learn more about Endpoint Control, the issues affecting organisations and how yo...

 

=============================================

 

Gust MEES

Read also my FREE courses here:

 

http://gustmees.wordpress.com/2012/07/07/bring-your-own-device-advantages-dangers-and-risks/

 

http://gustmees.wordpress.com/2012/10/11/learning-basics-of-cyber-security-by-easy-to-follow-steps/

 

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Melf's insight:

I think that people should pay more attention to this because there are more victims every day. Not only persons but also companies could get trouble with not paying attention to your data.

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Melf's curator insight, April 18, 9:13 AM

Here you see some facts about how companies lack in security.

Some points like file sharing and getting worms are a really big issue. If there is no protection against that the company may be in danger. If all people have about 3 devices and they arent protected, you cant stop this.

Melf's curator insight, April 25, 9:07 AM

Im very afraid of losing data myself. I saw a commercial once that someone took over the identity of another person. I hope that people pay more attention and try to be more safe in the future.

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DDoS Attackers New Tactics Amplify Attack Sizes and Hide Identities

DDoS Attackers New Tactics Amplify Attack Sizes and Hide Identities | MyEnglish Melvin | Scoop.it
Distributed denial of service (DDoS) perpetrators changed tactics in Q3 2013 to boost denial of service attack sizes and hide their identities.

Via Ardalan Zandian
Melf's insight:

Some new kind of DDOS attack that keeps the identities a secret.

They DDOS from PC's that arent protected well enough. They do this so that the victim PC will act as the DDOS attacker instead of the real machine that was being used.

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Ardalan Zandian's curator insight, November 14, 2013 3:22 PM
Distributed denial of service (DDoS) perpetrators changed tactics in Q3 2013 to boost denial of service attack sizes and hide their identities. By employing a type of DDoS attack called a reflection attack, which leverages the capabilities of vulnerable servers, malicious actors launched high-bandwidth attacks with fewer resources with the intent to cause outages at their intended targets.

 

As reported in Prolexic’s Q3 2013 Global Attack Report, the reflection attack method grew in popularity among malicious actors by 265% year-over-year compared to Q3 2012 and by 70% in just the past quarter. Attackers are flocking to these distributed reflection denial of service (DrDoS) attacks, because this type of attack method provides them with significant benefits.

 

One benefit of DrDoS attacks for the malicious actor is the obscuring of the source of the attack (anonymity). By going through a victim server, the original attacker’s identity is hidden. Instead, it looks like the victim servers initiated the attack against the target.... http://goo.gl/iAtdBx

Melf's curator insight, April 25, 9:03 AM

I hate these new methods, because i have experienced these things myself. When playing games they target your IP so you lose connection. In that case you lose and they will get all the points. So they are actually cheating.

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Analyzing the Impact of Cloud Computing on the IT Department

Analyzing the Impact of Cloud Computing on the IT Department | MyEnglish Melvin | Scoop.it
Cloud Computing

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Cloud computing is the next upcoming IT network.  Some popular reasons for this is because you wont need to manage the network yourself. the people who provide the cloud will do this for you. They also have everything available that a client network has. From storage to software, security and support.

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New Phones.. Sony Xperia SP and L take Exmor photography to the midrange

New Phones.. Sony Xperia SP and L take Exmor photography to the midrange | MyEnglish Melvin | Scoop.it

"Sony has thrown out a pair of new Android smartphones, the Xperia SP and Xperia L, hitting the midrange with features like “Exmor RS for mobile” cameras as on the flagship Xperia Z. Of the two phones, each expected to arrive in Q2 2013, the Sony Xperia SP is the most interesting."


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This mobile phone sounds really great. The colors can make a big diffrence. There are also options to extend your battery length. Most phones run out of energy really fast. The new colors sounds intresting aswell

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15 Hilarious News Chyron Mistakes

15 Hilarious News Chyron Mistakes | MyEnglish Melvin | Scoop.it
Mistakes in news graphics are pretty frequent these days. Check out these 15 funny and occasionally disturbing chryon fails.

Via F. Thunus
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Funny mistakes made in news reports.

Its a real shame. Big news events like this shouldnt have these faults

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DDoS Attackers New Tactics Amplify Attack Sizes and Hide Identities

DDoS Attackers New Tactics Amplify Attack Sizes and Hide Identities | MyEnglish Melvin | Scoop.it
Distributed denial of service (DDoS) perpetrators changed tactics in Q3 2013 to boost denial of service attack sizes and hide their identities.

Via Ardalan Zandian, Melf
Melf's insight:

I hate these new methods, because i have experienced these things myself. When playing games they target your IP so you lose connection. In that case you lose and they will get all the points. So they are actually cheating.

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Ardalan Zandian's curator insight, November 14, 2013 3:22 PM
Distributed denial of service (DDoS) perpetrators changed tactics in Q3 2013 to boost denial of service attack sizes and hide their identities. By employing a type of DDoS attack called a reflection attack, which leverages the capabilities of vulnerable servers, malicious actors launched high-bandwidth attacks with fewer resources with the intent to cause outages at their intended targets.

 

As reported in Prolexic’s Q3 2013 Global Attack Report, the reflection attack method grew in popularity among malicious actors by 265% year-over-year compared to Q3 2012 and by 70% in just the past quarter. Attackers are flocking to these distributed reflection denial of service (DrDoS) attacks, because this type of attack method provides them with significant benefits.

 

One benefit of DrDoS attacks for the malicious actor is the obscuring of the source of the attack (anonymity). By going through a victim server, the original attacker’s identity is hidden. Instead, it looks like the victim servers initiated the attack against the target.... http://goo.gl/iAtdBx

Melf's curator insight, April 18, 9:25 AM

Some new kind of DDOS attack that keeps the identities a secret.

They DDOS from PC's that arent protected well enough. They do this so that the victim PC will act as the DDOS attacker instead of the real machine that was being used.

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Technology Solutions Blog: How Server/Desktop Virtualization Can Save You Money

Technology Solutions Blog: How Server/Desktop Virtualization Can Save You Money | MyEnglish Melvin | Scoop.it

TjhThServer Virtualization has revolutionized the IT industry by dramatically reducing hardware costs while increasing the availability and recoverability of critical business applications. Most organizations find that by deploying a virtual server infrastructure they can deliver their software applications using a fraction of the server hardware that a traditional non-virtualized approach requires. 


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This blog keeps track about how to save money with server virtualization. Its intresting because servers take up allot of space and cost quite some money. There are also more options to recover data and prevent data from being lost. The space, power, cabels and hardware arent needed in some of these cases.

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Overwolf Adds Facebook, YouTube, and More to Your Favorite Games

Overwolf Adds Facebook, YouTube, and More to Your Favorite Games | MyEnglish Melvin | Scoop.it
Windows: If you've ever played a full-screen game and wished you could open a browser or respond to an IM without tabbing out, Overwolf is the utility for you.

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This is some wonderfull new software. It combines games, social media, youtube and more in one app. The app is always visible in front of the window

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Learning basics of IT-Security: A day in the life of IT security

Find out how IT security take back control of the endpoint in this animation Learn more about Endpoint Control, the issues affecting organisations and how yo...

 

=============================================

 

Gust MEES

Read also my FREE courses here:

 

http://gustmees.wordpress.com/2012/07/07/bring-your-own-device-advantages-dangers-and-risks/

 

http://gustmees.wordpress.com/2012/10/11/learning-basics-of-cyber-security-by-easy-to-follow-steps/

 

=============================================

 


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Melf's insight:

Here you see some facts about how companies lack in security.

Some points like file sharing and getting worms are a really big issue. If there is no protection against that the company may be in danger. If all people have about 3 devices and they arent protected, you cant stop this.

more...
Melf's curator insight, April 25, 9:02 AM

I think that people should pay more attention to this because there are more victims every day. Not only persons but also companies could get trouble with not paying attention to your data.

Melf's curator insight, April 25, 9:07 AM

Im very afraid of losing data myself. I saw a commercial once that someone took over the identity of another person. I hope that people pay more attention and try to be more safe in the future.

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Thinking Critically | Learning Commons

Thinking Critically | Learning Commons | MyEnglish Melvin | Scoop.it

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Unevirsity thinking explained. Its quite intresting how they think. Even if this information isn't true its still intresting. You may recognize some traits about yourself in the video

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Abdul Torah's curator insight, April 6, 9:25 PM

Thinking Critically | Learning Commons