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Ways to Get Free Money Fast

Now, if you've clicked on this article, chances are you're looking for ways on how to get free money right now. You'll come to find out that there are quite a few options available to you. While some of them may require a bit of effort on your part, others are practically free money just waiting to be had. In the past, people have found all sorts of creative ways to get free money. From dumpster diving for change to finding money in the street, there are all sorts of opportunities out there for those who know where to look. But that was in the past. Nowadays, there are even more ways to get free money thanks to the internet. There are a number of websites and apps that will give you cash or rewards just for completing simple tasks. For example, you can get paid to watch videos, take... Read more →


Tips for learning Cybersecurity

With each passing year, there’s an unfortunate yet constant rise in the number of cyberattacks the world faces, and the number keeps increasing. In finding a solution and defending against such attacks, the emerging field of cybersecurity has seen a consistent rise and growth in popularity. Universities and colleges have added more opportunities for cyber security education; there is an increased demand for skilled workers in this field and competitive pay follows such high demand. This has led to a surge of interested individuals wanting to learn and build a career in the cybersecurity field, to the point that schools can hardly accommodate them. However, the vast majority of online courses and free learning resources have provided the option of self-teaching cybersecurity. This option has become a popular idea that has produced enough self-thought cybersecurity experts to back it up, but they will all agree that self-teaching cybersecurity can be... Read more →


What You Should Know About The 3G Shutdown

As the world moves from 3G to 5G LTE, it’s wise to make sure your essential devices can move with it. (NAPSI)—The end of the 3G cellular network has begun and for many Americans, it may come as a surprise. They might wake up one morning to some of their most important devices not working. What is 3G? Many people have heard the term 3G but don’t know it refers to the “third generation” of cellular network technology. Now there’s 5G LTE—500 times faster than 3G—and carriers are phasing out 3G. What devices might be affected? You may have a connected device now which uses 3G such as: •personal wearable alarms used to connect to 911 • wearable locators for kids and pets •smart watches •ankle monitors •older cell phones (such as iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy S4, and Trac phones) •older Amazon Kindles (Oasis and older) •some mobile hotspots and... Read more →


Getting Along Database Administration And Monitoring Process

Database administrators are often not adequately aware of the IT monitoring process. This information may be essential to their job, whether an in-house DB admin or third-party service provider. On the other hand, IT monitoring service providers may not know enough about the intricacies of databases and how these relate to their business model. The process of monitoring a system is becoming more critical in today's market as companies are looking for ways to manage their IT resources on a business level and not just within the databases themselves. Administration and Active Directory Integration Today, more businesses are beginning to develop an entire active directory system in the business world. This allows numerous systems to be linked together, allowing them to be easily tracked and managed from a single location. One such way of getting such a system is through RemoteDBA.com, offering all the essential services for businesses to monitor... Read more →


Technology Advancements as Made Gaming More Enhanced and Popular

Online gaming's popularity is only expected to rise in the coming years. For the past several years, the sector has been thriving and it doesn't seem to be slowing down any time soon. In order to give their customers something to look forward to, several casino owners have worked hard to enhance their offerings. New games and improved experiences aren't the only things these providers are bringing to the table. Online casino games have seen a number of notable developments in recent years, if you would like to see the recent trends within these casino games you should visit this site openchange.org. Technology Advancements in Online Gambling The online gambling market is flourishing for several reasons, it focuses on the newest technologies used by the online casino business in order to provide clients with the best possible games and pleasure. We rely on technology since it has become an integral... Read more →


How Important Are Antivirus Software Updates For Cybersecurity?

By Iurii Motov/Shutterstock.com Staying cybersecure means that you need to be up to date with theaters in criminal tactics. However you also need to make sure that you have correct cybersecurity software installed on your devices. It’s not enough just to install cybersecurity software on your devices though. You must ensure that they are always kept up to date at all times. Software updates will maximize your security. Most people choose to ignore software updates as they can take time and disrupt your working day. However there are ways that you can make sure that you always get the latest version of your cybersecurity tools. Read on to find out more. Why Are Software Updates Used? Unfortunately not all cybersecurity tools remain secure for a long time. Cybercriminals are able to develop new strategies to bypass your security and break into your device. Cybersecurtiy software isn’t perfect either. It can... Read more →


The Future of Destiny 2 Raiding

It is no secret to anyone that a Destiny 2 raid is a defining activity. It is a 6-men group cooperative mission where usually your goal is to find the target and kill it. A raid is always this super challenging but at the same time breathtakingly cinematic experience with these super epic battles against the worst enemies in the universe. And for those that want more, you can always switch to a harder difficulty called the Prestige Mode. Then what’s unique to Destiny 2 specifically is the raid-type activity called lairs. These also feature puzzles and boss fights, although unlike full-length raids, lairs are shorter. Not all raids were made equal. Some of them were not as successful or popular in the community as others. Therefore, when looking into the future, we all have our own vision of the next best raid. With much of the content being vaulted,... Read more →


VIDEO: Rush Limbaugh's Final Show of 2020

"I wasn't expected to be alive today," he said. "I wasn't expected to make it to October, and then to November, and then to December. And yet, here I am, and today, got some problems, but I'm feeling pretty good today." ~ Rush Limbaugh (December 20, 2020)--Rush Limbaugh opens his final show of 2020 by reflecting on what's important. Trust El Rushbo when he says it will never be time to give up on yourself. Read more →


THE HATRED AND RUTHLESSNESS MUST STOP

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Concertina razor wire tops the 8-foot non-scalable fence that surrounds the U.S. Capitol, in Washington, on Jan. 14, 2020. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) courtesy of Epoch Times CORRECTION: The police officer who supposedly died from being hit in the head with a fire extinguisher actually died from natural causes; specifically a heart attack. The rioting in the streets that we have witnessed across our Nation last summer is sadly continuing into this year. As everyone knows January 6 a large number of people made up of Trump supporters, along with insurgents from Black Lives Matter and Antifa, broke into the Capitol Building in Washington. Five people died, and many were injured. Three of the five died from heart problems, a woman climbing into the Capitol building was shot and killed and a police officer was struck with a fire extinguisher. He died later from his... Read more →


What is a Smart City?

PHILADELPHIA PA--In 2017, the City launched the SmartCityPHL initiative to help improve service delivery for its broad community of residents, businesses, and visitors. While developing a roadmap to guide this initiative, we engaged community members and organizations in workshops designed to build a shared foundation for how technology can make Philadelphia a better place to live. At its most basic level, the SmartCityPHL Roadmap defines a smart city as one that uses data and technology to improve the quality of life for those who live, work, and visit our diverse city. To further shape the development of smart city projects and technology, we identified four guiding principles unique to Philadelphia’s approach: Locally-inspired: We will pursue projects that accurately reflect the needs of Philadelphia’s communities and use the unique assets, culture, and existing resources present in the city. Innovative: We will grow our capacity for research, discovery, piloting and evaluation to... Read more →


THE TECH TIME

Tech times is a platform that provides vital reviews and information about the product that are in daily use. On this platform, you will find reviews about different companies and products written by different authors. Moreover, the platform is not restricted for single-use it provides reviews and blogs on many different topics like science, health and many more. Giving the author its own section to publish on any topic. A few of the post reviews are about different products, some regarding the new inventions and many other kinds of items. The main goal or ambition of Tech Times is to deliver about the latest information and happenings occurring in the field of science, technology and health industries. The team of Tech times analyzes the strategies applied to different businesses and technologies that help in impacting different markets and industries. The company is not only focused on the production of technology,... Read more →


Racketeering Indictment Charges 12 in Connection With Ring That Used Internet to Sell Cocaine

TRENTON – Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman today announced that the Division of Criminal Justice obtained a first-degree racketeering indictment charging 12 men in connection with a drug ring that marketed cocaine and designer drugs online and distributed them via the mail. They were charged in an investigation by the Division of Criminal Justice called “Operation Skin Deep,” which also led to a second indictment charging three men with selling cocaine in Atlantic City. Operation Skin Deep began as an undercover investigation into cocaine sales in Atlantic City, but ultimately exposed an alleged narcotics network that was using the Internet to arrange mail-order sales of cocaine and designer drugs, including ethylone, which is known as “M” and is similar to ecstasy. Investigators also allegedly uncovered a conspiracy by the alleged leader of that ring, Christopher Castelluzzo, and three other members of the enterprise to murder a former associate and... Read more →


ICE warns parents, children about summer online threats

PRESS RELEASE Summer is here, which means warm weather, outdoor fun and, most importantly, no school for children nationwide. With their agenda for the next couple of months mainly deciding what beach they want to go to and how late they’ll be able to sleep in, kids all of a sudden have significantly more time on their hands. That free time, albeit fun, also leaves them vulnerable to threats from online predators looking to take advantage of their innocence and naivety. “This is when predators are going to identify and groom their next victims,” U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Boston Assistant Special Agent in Charge (ASAC) Robert Kurtz said of the summer. “[The predators] know that the time usually occupied during school hours is now unsupervised. Their parents are at work and not over their shoulders watching their every move.” The National Center for Missing... Read more →


Bing shares the top searches of 2014

REDMOND, Wash., Nov. 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- 2014 was a year full of celebrity stargazing, sports spectating and high-end designers according to Bing search data. As we look back at the billions of searches conducted on Bing this year, we get a unique, behind-the-scenes look at the people, moments and events captivating people's attention in 2014. The complete list of Bing Search Trends is available at http://www.BingTrends.com. All in the family After spending last year in the No. 2 spot, Kim Kardashian dethroned Beyonce Knowles as the most-searched person in 2014. From her buzzworthy Vogue cover and extravagant wedding to her photos that "broke" the Internet, Kim and her famous family held our attention throughout the year. Keeping up with the family business, little sister Kendall Jenner broke into the top 10 for the first time. All of the 10 most-searched people are entertainment-focused as President Barack Obama didn't make... Read more →


NY Cell Of International Cybercrime Organization Sentenced For Roles In $45 Million Cyberattack

New York Cell Withdrew $2.8 Million in Cash From Hacked Accounts in Less Than 24 Hours BROOKLYN NY (NOVEMBER 26, 2014)--Earlier today in federal court in Brooklyn, New York, Elvis Rafael Rodriguez was sentenced to 34 months’ imprisonment for his participation in an international cybercrime organization responsible for two cyberattacks that inflicted $45 million in losses on the global financial system in a matter of hours. Two of Rodriguez’s co-defendants were previously sentenced for their roles in the conspiracy -- on October 27, 2014, Evan Peña was sentenced to 22 months’ incarceration, and on October 24, 2014, Saul Genao was sentenced to 15 months’ incarceration. Rodriguez, Peña and Genao were also ordered to pay $2,782,597 in restitution and $2,400,000 in forfeiture. Rodriguez, Peña, Genao and their 10 co-defendants pled guilty to charges stemming from their participation in the scheme. The sentences were announced by Loretta E. Lynch, United States Attorney... Read more →


eBay Database Breach, Reset Your Password

eBay: How not to handle a security breach (via The Inquirer) PRIVACY has been thrown back into the spotlight this week by the eBay database breach. eBay is not the only firm to have suffered at the hands of hackers, and nor is the breach the worst financially or by the amount and type of data that was compromised… Read more →


Navy SEAL from Lone Survivor Sets This Journalist Straight

Movie critics have called “Lone Survivor” the best war-time movie since “Saving Private Ryan.” Marcus Luttrell, former Navy SEAL and author of Lone Survivor: The Eyewitness Account of Operation Redwing and the Lost Heroes of SEAL Team 10 at the Texas Book Festival, Austin, Texas, United States. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) The film — based on the true story of Navy SEALs on a mission in Afghanistan — caused CNN’s Jake Tapper to question the operation that took the lives of 19 men. The Navy SEALs were tasked to capture or kill Taliban leader Ahmad Shah when an unexpected event forced them into a deadly situation. During a tense interview with former Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell and Mark Wahlberg, who plays Luttrell in the movie, Tapper questioned if the lives of the 19 men were lost “senselessly.” Read the transcript below: Jake Tapper: One of the emotions I felt while watching... Read more →


VIDEO: A HODGEPODGE OF BUD CLYDESDALES COMMERCIALS

A collection of Budweiser commercials featuring the Clydesdales as the "Hero's". Link submitted by Catherine G. Related articles Amherstburg heavy horses world famous (with video) See where the Clydesdales train to become Budweiser's signature horses Not Just Horsing Around: Budweiser's "Clydesdales Brotherhood" Ad Clydesdales headed to China for Chinese New Year Celebrations Military Bowl Moves To Annapolis After 5 Years In D.C. Read more →