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    remove them,” said Zhou Hongyi, “If I didn’t do it, I would always be deemed as the creator of malicious software. I admit I made some mistakes, but the mistakes could be corrected.” Therefore, Zhou set up an internal team to work on an application that would clean up malicious software. In July 2006, 360 Safe Guard was officially released, a freeware dedicated to the cleanup of malicious software. Targeting real use needs, 360 Safe Guard hit the market with immediate success. Later, a number of other features were added to 360 Safe Guard, including system cleanup. By June 2007, the market share of its monthly unique users grew to…

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    Web browser is a special program designed for viewing websites. It works via http requests to the server and receiving from it the information that is processed by a special approved standards and thus formed a web page. A brief history of the browser The very first browser within graphic interface is NCSA by company Mosaic. However, despite the fact that it is a pioneer in the field of browsers, the Mosaic development was discontinued in 1997 due to market losses. These problems begun when…

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    I think my ideas are so fabulous everyone will want to hear them! I am simply positive my blog will go viral in a matter of hours. First thing I did was open Chrome browser and go to Amazon.com and buy myself a new shirt because I will need to upload a picture of myself for my new blog and obviously that requires a new shirt. I think Amazon.com business-to-customer model is fantastic, fast and easy to use. I would be surprised if this changed any time in the near future. I do know that they are…

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    and service lines, Microsoft will need to keep abreast of any these changes. By continually monitoring external competition as well as looking for opportunities for product and service improvement, Microsoft can continue to remain a leader in the information technology field. A threat in the external environment for Microsoft comes in the form of competition from both small and large companies who provide services and products that compete with Microsoft. As example of a type of threat…

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    clinical time to the Web site. The Mayo Clinic was founded in 1889 and has been growing ever since. Its mission statement today is, “To inspire hope and contribute to health and well-being by providing the best care to every patient through integrated clinical practice, education and research” (Mayo Clinic, 2016, para 1). This mission statement shows that The Mayo Clinic employees care about the livelihood of the community, and offer support as well. The information given in the Mayo Clinic’s…

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    Terry Fallis Versus Rick Yancey Literature, the heart of all languages, embedded in our minds. Recently, the Internet has been the place for authors demonstrating their mastery of the seven elements of cognitive design: structure, setting, characterization, tone, tropology, rhetoric and narrative perspective. Terry Fallis shows his knowledge on cognitive design in his book, The Best Laid Plans. Similarly, The 5th Wave written by Rick Yancey. While they may use the same approach to setting and…

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    4. Describe one covert method used to capture customer information this is where the user will not be aware that there details are being taken or used. Covert is when you are not aware that data is being collected – such as through cookies. The website reads the cookie and can then look up details such as your name, address, credit card number from their database. This saves you from having to re-enter your data every time you visit. Cookies capture information that you don’t…

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    Close your eyes. Now, see yourself flying a plane with no radar, or as a stream running with no riverbank to guide it. This is what the World Wide Web would be like without Web Standards. Immense Networks offers a clear scenario. Imagine driving your car where there are no street lights, stop signs, or lanes; it would be pure chaos. Standards are created for universal order, and the web is no different. Web developers should abide by standards to keep things flowing properly on the internet…

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    Web addresses or URL’s are typed into the web browsers. This tells the browser where to obtain a page from. When typing a web address like www.bbc.com into the browser (the web page as a whole), the web server has the web address and the web server is waiting to be obtained instead of it actually being stored on the web server. Web servers have a tool bar, display windows and title bars and it also has scroll down menu bars. There are some examples of specific web browsers which include google…

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    Publicizing has undauntedly served the print business for quite a while, and was associated with the Internet with every longing of accomplishment. Web advancing began with Center and Siegel 's in surely understood Green Card Lottery message on the Usenet site in April 1994 and was followed in October by publicizing plans for AT&T, MCI, Sprint, and Volvo on Hot-wired in conclusion the idea got on. The Advertisement grew in headway, and today there are Static, rotating, looking over, excited,…

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