NMAP Results Starting nmap 3.81 ( http://www.insecure.org/nmap ) at 2006-07-27 16:05 Central Daylight Time Interesting ports on MainRouter.cybersec.cs.uwp.edu (10.1.1.1): (The 1659 ports scanned but not shown below are in state: closed) PORT STATE SERVICE 22/tcp open ssh 23/tcp open telnet 80/tcp open http 443/tcp open https MAC Address: 00:14:69:3A:FE:F6 (Unknown) Interesting ports on MainSwitch.cybersec.cs.uwp.edu (10.1.1.2): (The 1661 ports scanned but not shown below are in state: closed) PORT STATE SERVICE 23/tcp open telnet 80/tcp open http MAC Address: 00:14:1C:CB:7E:40 (Unknown) Interesting ports on sholmes.cybersec.cs.uwp.edu (10.1.1.3): (The 1647 ports scanned but not shown below are in state: closed) PORT STATE SERVICE 22/tcp open ssh 53/tcp open domain 80/tcp open http 110/tcp open pop3 111/tcp open rpcbind 113/tcp open auth 139/tcp open netbios-ssn 143/tcp open imap 445/tcp open microsoft-ds 548/tcp open afpovertcp 631/tcp open ipp 644/tcp open unknown 668/tcp open unknown 993/tcp open imaps 2049/tcp open nfs 3128/tcp open squid-http MAC Address: 00:0E:A6:5C:E1:67 (Asustek Computer) Nmap finished: 3 IP addresses (3 hosts up) scanned in 2.360 seconds
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ArcGIS Desktop  ArcInfo ArcInfo ArcEditor ArcEditor ArcView ArcView ArcGIS Desktop is scalable to meet the needs of many types of users. It is available at three functional levels: ◦ ArcView focuses on comprehensive data use, mapping, and analysis. ◦ ArcEditor adds advanced geographic editing and data creation. ◦ ArcInfo is a complete, professional GIS desktop product containing comprehensive GIS functionality, including rich geoprocessing capabilities.
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Classification: Permissions (example) Requested Permissions: Built-in: android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORA GE android.permission.CALL_PHONE android.permission.EXPAND_STATUS_BAR android.permission.GET_TASKS android.permission.READ_CONTACTS android.permission.SET_WALLPAPER android.permission.SET_WALLPAPER_HINTS android.permission.VIBRATE android.permission.WRITE_SETTINGS android.permission.READ_PHONE_STATE android.permission.ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE android.permission.WRITE_APN_SETTINGS android.permission.RECEIVE_SMS android.permission.RECEIVE_MMS android.permission.RECEIVE_WAP_PUSH android.permission.INTERNET android.permission.SEND_SMS android.permission.READ_SMS android.permission.WRITE_SMS 11 Non-standard: com.android.launcher.permission.INSTALL_SHORTC UT com.android.launcher.permission.UNINSTALL_SHOR TCUT com.android.launcher.permission.READ_SETTINGS com.android.launcher.permission.WRITE_SETTINGS android.permission.GLOBAL_SEARCH_CONTROL Represented as a bit vector: 00000100 00000000 00000000 00100000 00000000 00010000 01000000 10000000 00000100 00101000 01110001 00000000 00011000 00000101 00100001 1 And three sets of strings: [“com”],[“launcher”],[“CONTROL”, “GLOBAL”, “INSTALL”, “READ”, “SEARCH”, “SETTINGS”, “SHORTCUT”]
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How To “Capture” An Image 1 Step . “Capture” whatever you see on your screen as an image by tapping the “Print Screen” key once. 2 Step . Open the “Paint” application. Then, paste that captured image. Edit => Paste 3 Step . You will see the “captured” screen appear in “Paint” as one large selection. 4 Step . Click on the Select button. This allows you to select what you want. Explain Step 6 5 Step . Select by “dragging” your mouse. Then, move your cursor inside of the selected rectangle. Right-click and copy. 6 Step . Great! Open Powerpoint or Word. Right-click and paste your selection! A. Copy the first text box and paste it again. B. Edit the copied text box and explain Step 6. C. You are done! D. Notice that the space used by this yellow text box provides “white space” for convenient notes. You don’t have to fill up all of the space on a slide!
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Applying for the Bridge Program Recap Kaiser Permanente for Individuals and Families (KPIF) Application for health coverage (black ink) Kaiser Permanente Community Benefit Subsidy Application (blue ink) ALL PAGES: Please fill in ‘Primary Applicant’ at the top of each page. SECTION 1: Parent or legal guardian – please disregard STEP 1: Select Open enrollment if applying between 11/1/2016 – 01/31/2017. SECTION 2: Primary applicant information SECTION 3: Family information (if any) STEP 2: Select KP GA Gold 500/20. Do NOT select any other plan. SECTION 4: Household income – verify family size, income and expenses STEP 3: Complete only for family members requesting coverage; including yourself. Disregard ‘Parent or legal guardian’; the primary applicant for the Bridge Program must be age 18 or above. • Family size includes all members in household; including those that my not apply for coverage. STEP 4: This step is required only if you would like someone to act for you in matters related to this application. • Additional information regarding self-employment is included in section 4. STEP 5: All applicants age 18 or over must sign and date. Failure to do so will delay the processing of your application. SECTION 5: Certification STEPS 6 & 7: Please disregard. • Include an authorized representative only if you would like someone to act on your behalf for matters pertaining to enrollment in the Bridge Program. September 2016 • Household income includes “all income from the family (self, spouse, minor dependents/those claimed on tax return)”. • Primary applicant sign and date.
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Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching - MERLOT Eighth International Conference The Online Textbook: A Student-Faculty Collaboration Adopting, Adapting, and Authoring Digital Learning Resources Dr. Philip A. Pecorino, CUNY, SUNY There is a campaign Make Textbooks Affordable campaign by Student Public Interest Research Groups to increase the number of such texts that has over 1,200 instructors endorsing its Open Textbooks Statement of Intent As faculty members, we affirm that it is our prerogative and responsibility to select course materials that are pedagogically most appropriate for our classes. We also affirm that it is consistent with this principle to seek affordable and accessible course materials for our classes whenever possible. This includes “open textbooks,” which are textbooks offered online to students at no cost. •Open textbooks and other open educational resources present an affordable, comparable and flexible alternative to commercial course materials: •Open textbooks are available online at no cost to students, and they can be printed for a low cost in various formats. This ensures all students have equal access to the content, while still preserving the option to use a conventional textbook format. •Open textbooks that are of comparable quality to commercial textbooks are already available. An example of an open textbook is Caltech Professor R. Preston McAfee’s Introduction to Economic Analysis, which has been adopted at NYU and Harvard. •Open textbooks are flexible. Instructors are free to use a particular edition indefinitely or customize content if desired. Therefore, we the undersigned declare our intent to: •Seek and consider open textbooks and other open educational resources when choosing course materials. •Give preference to a low or no cost educational resource such as an open textbook over an expensive, commercial textbook if it best fits the needs of a class. •Encourage institutions to develop support for the use of open textbooks and other open educational resources.
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CUNY IT Conference December 5, 2008 Conference Theme: Instructional/Information Technology in CUNY: The Catalyst for Transformational Change Dr. Philip A. Pecorino, CUNY, SUNY There is a campaign Make Textbooks Affordable campaign by Student Public Interest Research Groups to increase the number of such texts that has over 1,200 instructors endorsing its Open Textbooks Statement of Intent As faculty members, we affirm that it is our prerogative and responsibility to select course materials that are pedagogically most appropriate for our classes. We also affirm that it is consistent with this principle to seek affordable and accessible course materials for our classes whenever possible. This includes “open textbooks,” which are textbooks offered online to students at no cost. •Open textbooks and other open educational resources present an affordable, comparable and flexible alternative to commercial course materials: •Open textbooks are available online at no cost to students, and they can be printed for a low cost in various formats. This ensures all students have equal access to the content, while still preserving the option to use a conventional textbook format. •Open textbooks that are of comparable quality to commercial textbooks are already available. An example of an open textbook is Caltech Professor R. Preston McAfee’s Introduction to Economic Analysis, which has been adopted at NYU and Harvard. •Open textbooks are flexible. Instructors are free to use a particular edition indefinitely or customize content if desired. Therefore, we the undersigned declare our intent to: •Seek and consider open textbooks and other open educational resources when choosing course materials. •Give preference to a low or no cost educational resource such as an open textbook over an expensive, commercial textbook if it best fits the needs of a class. •Encourage institutions to develop support for the use of open textbooks and other open educational resources.
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How To “Capture” An Image 1 Step . “Capture” whatever you see on your screen as an image by tapping the “Print Screen” key once. 2 Step . Open the “Paint” application. Then, paste that captured image. Edit => Paste 3 Step . You will see the “captured” screen appear in “Paint” as one large selection. 4 Step . Click on the Select button. This allows you to select what you want. 5 Step . Select by “dragging” your mouse. Then, move your cursor inside of the selected rectangle. Right-click and copy. 6 Step . Great! Open Powerpoint or Word. Right-click and paste your selection!
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How To “Capture” An Image 1 Step . “Capture” whatever you see on your screen as an image by tapping the “Print Screen” key once. 2 Step . Open the “Paint” application. Then, paste that captured image. Edit => Paste 3 Step . You will see the “captured” screen appear in “Paint” as one large selection. 4 Step . Click on the Select button. This allows you to select what you want. This Yellow Text Box 5 Step . Select by “dragging” your mouse. Then, move your cursor inside of the selected rectangle. Right-click and copy. 6 Step . Great! Open Powerpoint or Word. Right-click and paste your selection! A. You will see directions or explanations appear in this text box throughout this presentation. B. A design note: When someone prints out the original visual tutorial, the “white space” (which this note is now covering) can be used for making notes. Try to provide white space in your visual tutorials, when appropriate.
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