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  • Forensic Evidence: Case Study

    may have been deleted from the USB flash drive, specifically a program identified as “Product X”. Lastly, consider the sequence of events, indicated by dates and times when each piece of information created on the USB flash drive was founded or used, that would indicate that Mr. McBride copied and potentially shared “Product X”. This evidence will show that Mr. McBride was behind coping and sharing with other companies. 2. Areas of search would be Mr. McBride’s locker that is in the company’s gym and his immediate work area. While the reason for search has been transpired, and made plausible by a source of mistrust or suspicion by the employer of the employee’s wrongdoing, a search warrant will not be required. Another area of interest that will need to be searched would be the member’s home and vehicle. However, in this instance an invitation would be required of the police to explore Mr. McBride’s home. During the search, items of interest would be any digital type of product able to store data, things like laptop, thumb drives, CDs, hard drives, etc. 3. Prior to the examination of the thumb drive the containment phase should be begin. Through the containment phase we will need to prevent damage to the thumb drive. Prior to viewing the data contained on the device, we will need to create a forensic image of the material on the device. This method consists by mobilizing the file system by means of a disk imaging process and a memory dump. Through these…

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  • Hardware And Software Components Analysis

    Introduction: The complete computer is made up of CPU (Central Processing Unit), Memory and Related Electronics, All the peripheral devices connected to it and its operating system. Computer Systems will fall into 2 categories: Clients and Servers. Any computer system needs both hardware and software components to work together to help the computer system to work. Hardware - Is a physical component that contributes to the build of a computer system. For example… Processor, Main memory,…

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  • Optical Disk Storage Case Study

    storage facility operates? Optical disk storage is an advancement of the floppy disk. The optical disk storage also called optical media is shinny and both recording surfaces are protected by two plastic plates which make it less exposed to dust and contamination. Unlike the floppy disks that store up to 1.44 of data, optical disks storages can store up to 650MB of data. They are 5.25 inches (12cm) and have a high storage density. Optical disks storage uses a high focused laser beam to read and…

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  • Nt1110 Graphics Card

    decide on how the pixels on the screen will be used to create the image then information that is creates is sent to the monitor through a cable. The graphics card has four main parts that it uses to complete the tasks. These are the motherboard where the power and data is connected through a connector, the processor this tells it how to use each pixel on the screen, memory which holds the picture and the monitor where the image will be displayed. The graphics card is normally built straight into…

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  • Joan Morgan Fly Girls Bitches And Hoes Analysis

    What is hip hop? Hip Hop is a style of popular music of United States African American and Hispanic origin, featuring rap with an electronic backing. Hip hop music in 2018 is still very popular in the United States by both men and women and diverse cultures. In the article “Fly-Girls, Bitches and Hoes” by Joan Morgan she quotes rap lyrics from the Notorious B.I.G.’s platinum album “Ready to Die”, scenarios and statistics relating to black on black crime and her mother’s words of wisdom to…

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  • Language Used In Rap

    Rap is becoming an increasingly popular genre of music specially with today’s youth as it is somehow considered a part of the youth culture. Today, it is featured increasingly among popular advertisements, radio and even on television shows. Rap is genre wherein you can express challenges and experiences in life in a form of a story. Although that is sometimes the case, rude and inappropriate themes are also expressed in rap. The question that I will be answering in this essay is How has the…

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  • The Argumentative Essay: The Role Of Violence In Hip Hop Music

    Hip hop music has helped to culturally mold an entire generation. Although it started in the late 1970s with roots in rock & roll, reggae, jazz, blues, and funk, people still feel its effects to this day. Nearing its 4th decade, its rhythmic influence has spanned nearly the entire globe. However, the spell that it has placed on the masses over the years has not always had the best of outcomes. It is true that many artists have used the platform of the genre to profess violence, among other…

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  • Foundation Of Memory Essay

    “Memory is the process in which we encode, store and retrieve information. Memory is the process in which we encode, store and retrieve information. Memory is the process in which we encode, store and retrieve information.” (Feldman, Robert S. "The Foundations of Memory." Psychology and Your Life. N.p.: McGraw-Hill Learning Solutions, n.d. 200.) As I put the flash cards away, I attempted to recite the definition of memory in hopes of memorizing it. “Memory is the process in which we……. storage,…

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  • Hip Hop Has Changed The World

    Hip-Hop has Changed the World “Music can change the world because it can change people.” (Bono) Hip-hop first started in the 1970s in the neighborhoods of the New York City Bronx. It immediately became a huge movement in African American culture and soon affected people from all over the world. It spread from one city to many in a matter of months, from movies to music videos, hip-hop was everywhere. It was a statement, a voice for African Americans to speak up against civil rights. Hip-hop…

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  • Black Protest Music Analysis

    In this period, the “typical, run down ghetto” fantasy theme emerges. This theme is further emphasized with Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five’s “The Message.” In the first verse of the song, he raps, “Broken glass everywhere / People pissing on the stairs, you know they just don't care I can’t take the smell, can’t take the noise.” In these few lines, he is able to paint the picture of the typical ghetto as well as voice his discontent with living there. Identifying that Grandmaster…

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