The title of the new employee training module alone was a sign that times have changed. This topic never came up in all my years at any job. Here's the boil down of the course. > If there is an active shooter in the area, we suggest you first run (away), hide and if forced fight I shared this with a friend in HR in Canada and they were mildly shocked. This wasn't my training session but my son at his new job.

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Many of you probably have read about [Google's announcement](http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2015/03/an-update-on-doorway-pages.html) on Doorway pages. Whether or not this ranking signal has come into full swing yet is debatable, but regardless, I'd prefer to be pro-active if anything occurs. For those of you who don't know what a Doorway page is, [VolumeNine did a nice job explaining them](http://www.v9seo.com/blog/2015/03/18/google-doorway-pages-update-explained/): *"Doorway pages are pages created that have little unique value but are usually made in an effort to increase your search presence and rank for specific terms. These can be landing pages on your own site, or on other domains. Usually they just serve to …

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I receive an error message when i install an Office Software or open an Office program or document.

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Hello I would like to know how to make .bat files with a time trigger some thing like this: I make a file with autorun and it ahs a time trigger and after two monts it opens this file... can someone please help me resolve this problem..... thanks...

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[ATTACH=right]21447[/ATTACH]Penetration testing by the US Department of Homeland Security which involved dropping USB thumb drives and various data discs around the car parks of government agency buildings has revealed a not-so-shocking truth: just like most folk, government workers allow curiosity to trump security when faced with the opportunity to have a nosey at something they think they shouldn't be looking at. Some 60 percent of those who picked up the thumb drives and discs went on to stick them straight into their company computers in order to see what they contained. The more that the drive or disc looked like …

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I am told, by those who follow the sport, that the Netherlands soccer team stands a pretty good chance of lifting the FIFA 2010 World Cup trophy. The bad news for any Netherlands fans is that their side has already been defeated by India, in the World Cup of security that is. [attach]15695[/attach][URL="http://www.secureworks.co.uk"]A SecureWorks study analysed the locations of attempted cyber attacks[/URL] on its global client-base between January and June this year, and then compared this with the total number of active PCs in each country to produce a league table that determines which of the top 16 countries based …

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Usually quarterly spam trend reports from security vendors are, how can I put this nicely, actually I can't so I will just have to say it as it is: bloody boring and mostly pointless. However, the latest such report to fins its way into my mailbox from [URL="http://www.sophos.com/blogs/gc/"]Sophos[/URL] caught my attention because right from the get go it went on the attack, and the target was none other than US President Barack Obama. Now just the what the heck Obama has got to do with spam, other being one of the names that crops up in [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry3461.html"]spam subject fields[/URL] to …

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The United States holds many titles, some of them causes for joy while others are reason for shame. The latter category has long included 'King of Spam' being the country from which the majority of the spam on the planet originates. However, thanks to the [URL="http://www.itpro.co.uk/blogs/daveyw/2008/11/20/spammers-are-in-a-world-of-hurt/"]closure of just one spam hosting service[/URL] recently, it has now lost that crown of shame to China. According to one security outfit that monitors spam traffic, [URL="http:// www.network-box.co.uk"]Network Box[/URL], China now produces more spam than the US, more spam than anywhere else for that matter. As a direct consequence of the California-based McColo hosting …

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OK, so Barack Obama is not the first politician to 'get' the Internet, heck Al Gore invented it after all. However, sarcasm aside, what Obama has done is grasp the true power of the next generation Web: he has transformed political campaigning at a national level thanks to social networking and, perhaps above all else, YouTube. Bear with me. Although I am not an American, I do follow the US political circus with considerable interest, and I am something of a geek for good measure. I have seen how both Howard Dean and John Kerry have embraced Internet campaigning in …

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The End.