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Ransomware Offers Free Decryption if you Learn About Cybersecurity

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Ransomware Offers Free Decryption if you Learn About Cybersecurity

In recent weeks there have been some peculiar new strains of ransomware spotted.
Take the Popcorn Time ransomware, for instance, which lets you decrypt your files “the nasty way” by helping the blackmailers spread their attack further.
If you can

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Learn To Make Money In The Cyber Security Industry

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Learn To Make Money In The Cyber Security Industry

There has been an overwhelming demand for Cyber Security Experts today, creating an explosion with Universities, technical colleges and trade schools offering certifications and degrees in the industry.
What students in the cyber security industry are not taught is what

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Cyberbullying: What Schools Can Learn From Leslie Jones’ Twitter Harassment – Rules for Engagement – Education Week

More states are requiring schools to respond to cyberbullying, but it can be a challenging task for administrators. Here’s what schools can learn from the recent high-profile online harassment of Ghostbusters actress Leslie Jones.

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Mozilla Denied Request To Learn How Feds Hacked Firefox

mozilla-firefoxMozilla Corp. asked the feds toshare details of a Firefox vulnerability that was used in exposing a child pornography website, but the U.S. authorities shut down the plea. The uncomfortable answer came from U.S. District Judge Robert Bryan, who recently denied Mozilla’s attempt to learn which part of Firefox is vulnerable. The company filed the […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com | Can You Be Hacked?

In UB Lockdown competition, Students learn computer security essentials

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BUFFALO, N.Y. — A team of five University at Buffalo students proved they could successfully defend a business from nefarious computer hackers and took first place in the third annual Lockdown cyberdefense competition April 9 in the UB School of Management. Graduate students Mohammed Arif Ali, Gee Sung, Aditya Sreedhara and Abhishek Kulkarni, and undergraduate […] The post In UB Lockdown competition, Students learn computer security essentials appeared first on AmIHackerProof.com. View full post on AmIHackerProof.com | Can You Be Hacked? . . . . . View full post on Are You Hacker Proof

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Sneak Attack! Learn the Low Spinning Heel Kick of Kuk Sool Won

Created by In Hyuk Suh in 1958, kuk sool won is a comprehensive system of strikes, kicks, animal-inspired techniques, throws, grappling moves and weapons. One of the trademark strategies used with many of its moves is the spin. It introduces the element of surprise and generates incredible power. Read More….

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Students learn about forensics at Central Penn College

EAST PENNSBORO TOWNSHIP—Fans of “CSI” and other crime dramas aren’t getting accurate information on what really takes place behind the scenes of police investigations, and Samuel Morgan is aiming to set the record straight, one student at a time.

The chair of the criminal justice and homeland security management at Central Penn College recently addressed a class of about 40 high school students from around the region who registered for the two-day “Discover Forensics” camp.

Representatives from the Cumberland County District attorney’s office and Shippensburg University forged a partnership with the college to give students a glimpse of what it’s like to work in the field of forensics.

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Marin children learn fire safety, confidence at Novato fire camp

Fire Safety1It’s late Thursday morning, and two lines of young firefighters — donning helmets, gloves and fire-resistant gear — are obeying regimented calls bellowed their way: “Step! Step! Step!”

In sync, eight children, carrying two fire hoses, stride in unison toward flames shooting up from a metal structure fed by propane.

The fire they doused was intentionally lit and the firefighters were kids ages 10-14, participating this week in the Novato Fire Protection District’s annual Fire Squirts Camp.

This is the 13th year the weeklong camp at station 62 has paired Marin County youth, many of them at-risk, with firefighters and other public safety officials, in an effort to teach teamwork, self-confidence and discipline.

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Hacker in a day: why you should learn how to hack a system

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My name is third from the top on the dashboard. Next to it is a figure somewhere around 200,000 Hong Kong dollars — my bank balance — but I can’t quite keep track because the digits are repeatedly turning red and decreasing rapidly. My only way to combat the losses is to work faster than the eight other people on MacBooks at my table. In HK$15,000 increments, I’m stealing back the cash from their accounts and transferring it to mine. It’s a race to the top of the leaderboard, and every time my numbers turn crimson my face burns and my pulse races. I check the fitness tracker on my wrist. I’ve hit a cardio training heart rate of 139bpm. Hacking, it turns out, is quite a thrill. Monday saw the launch of a new course from London coding school Decoded. It’s called Hacker_in a day — the idea being that it will teach you some basic skills for cyber-attacking and thereby give you a sense of how easily your personal details could be accessed, your accounts infiltrated. After a quick lesson, we have each managed to experiment on an insecure online banking site until it has coughed up a […]

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Students learn to think like criminals at Hacker High School

Students learn to think like criminals at Hacker High School

A unique course being taught only in Albuquerque is teaching teenagers how to become hackers. The Hacker High School Program, produced by the Institute for Security and Open Methodologies, teaches teenagers how to think like hackers so they can better […]

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