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"Is there still a role for the journalist, the professional, the artist in this? Perhaps. I think so. That’s why I am teaching journalism school. But I’m not necessarily teaching them to make content."
Anonymous asked: <p>Already know why im following you!<br/>
Ha anyways first blog i seen to represent him and fell in love.<br/>
Keep it up!</p>
Lol thank you :)
Home computer systems are insecure because they are administered by untrained users. The rise of botnets has ampliﬁed this problem; attackers compromise these computers, aggregate them, and use the resulting network to attack third parties. Despite a large security industry that provides software and advice, home computer users remain vulnerable. I identify eight ‘folk models’ of security threats that are used by home computer users to decide what security software to use, and which expert security advice to follow: four conceptualizations of ‘viruses’ and other malware, and four conceptualizations of ‘hackers’ that break into computers. I illustrate how these models are used to justify ignoring expert security advice. Finally, I describe one reason why botnets are so diﬃcult to eliminate: they cleverly take advantage of gaps in these models so that many home computer users do not take steps to protect against them.
Maggie Daley in our East Gym watching a Karate demonstration.
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