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    Detection Of Smart Phones

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    number of fraudulent works are in existence. One such fraudulent activity is the caller identification spoofing attack. Unfortunately, the security standards are not strong enough to detect and prevent such fake calls. They become dangerous conduits for Internet security threats to reach the telecommunication infrastructure. This paper aims at detecting the spoofed phone calls and preventing such calls. This scheme is implemented…

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    4. CONTROLLING IP SPOOFING IP addresses are unique addresses used to identify a node on the network. But the attackers have been able to fake or spoof their IP addresses masquerading as someone else while they do the malicious work, and this in a sense defeats the point of having an address system for uniquely identifying everyone. Thus considerable research is being carried out to detect such digital impostors and reveal at the very least stop them from accessing the resource if the spoofing…

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    over a five month period, Home Depot’s payment terminals have been compromised. Home Depot’s breach was much bigger than the holiday attack at Target Corp (Sidel). Home Depot’s payment terminals have been under attack by hackers. Hackers, malicious computer users that find new ways to harass people defraud corporations, steal information, and maybe even destroy the economy (Strickland, 1). I believe not all hackers are here to inflict harm on others. Some ‘hackers’ are just regular individuals…

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    Are Drones Good Or Bad

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    our government’s military if we use them in and out of warfare. The reasons why drones are bad for the world are that they can kill harmless, innocent men, women, and children. They are designed to take out terrorists but sometimes the innocent are wounded or killed in these violent attacks. In the article “It takes out a village” by The American Conservative, it describes a military strike gone wrong with 22 people ending up dead, including three children. The article describes, “22 people…

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    Samuel Dialectical Journal

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    lying down in the house of the LORD, where the ark of God was. 4 Then the LORD called Samuel. Samuel answered, ‘Here I am.’ 5 And he ran to Eli and said, ‘Here I am; you called me.’” I Samuel 3:2-5 NIV When God calls it is usually when he is ready to use you for an assignment that will heal, deliver and set the captive free. Just as God called Samuel, God called me to assignments that little did I know, allowed me to reach the masses. In 2004, when I answered “Yes” Lord here I am speak for your…

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    Against a Cyber Attack”, the following steps are some of the most important steps and are a must for every company to keep their assets protected. The first step in Pullen’s list is to encrypt the data, all the data that could mean potential harm to the company if an unauthorized person had access to it such as employee social security numbers, banks accounts from customers and employees. The second step in Pullen’s list is to implement security on the hardware. In other words, only the people…

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    Mass Shootings In the United States of America shootings are becoming more frequent in our day-to-day life. Mass shootings are not a new thing in this country it has been going on since the early 80’s. In the last sixteen years there have been seven major shooting in the U.S. killing over 150 people and injuring 180 more. The FBI states every town for gun safety development an analysis of mass shootings that took place between January 2009 and July 2015. There have been 133 mass shootings in…

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    free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be infringed” (“Gun Control Overview” 3). I believe that the government has to follow what is already stipulated, but in this case, the nation and the citizens are being affected by this dangerous attacks. Additionally, the citizens have to understand that there’s people out with serious problems such as, mental illness, chronic depressions, drug addicts, etc. Who have the privilege to own a gun, which is putting at risk every…

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    appear to be the real deal. When a terrorist group decide to make an attack on the U.S., or another part of the world, all of of out government systems band together to address the issue and figure out how we are going to handle the situation. Even if the terrorist don 't attack the U.S. the federal government level of the U.S. will still address the public about it. For example the recent attacks on Paris that just happened. Our president addressed this issue to the U.S. even though it didn 't…

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    One of the most significant scenes in this novel is when Briony goes to her room after reading Robbie’s Scandalous letter that was mistakenly sent to Cecelia Briony’s sister. The letter contained vulgar descriptions of acts that Briony should not have been privy to do to her age. After reading the letter she gets sent to her room by her mother Emily for unrelated reasons and it is there she begins thinking about what she had uncovered. This leads to a misconception about Robbie which creates the…

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