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THE ARTICULATED STRATEGY TO FIGHT THE ISLAMIC STATE: IS IT SELF-DEFEATING?

Canberra, 20 September 2014

President Barack Obama has detailed his strategy to degrade, defeat, and ultimately destroy, the Islamic State (IS) currently considered the most threatening of the various terrorist groups operating primarily in the Middle East. 3,024 more words

Political Analysis

Warfare and the economy

For the last few decades we Americans have been trained to use credit cards and online shopping via Amazon and hundreds of other online retailers. We pull out our credit or debit cards to pay for gas, groceries, clothes, flowers, ferry trips and gifts. 566 more words

Security Issues

Hacking Facebook Using Man in the Middle Attack

Hacking Facebook Using Man in the Middle Attack

Type : Tutorial

Level : Medium, Advanced

In this tutorial Hacking Facebook Using Man in the Middle Attack I will demonstrate… 572 more words

Ethical Hacking

Bypass Survey And Download Any File

Many users facing problem to download files because the file is uploaded on survey ppd websites. So today i have decided to share my trick with you allĀ  :) This trick is very easy and simple… 208 more words

Ethical Hacking

Fighting Sexual Violence in South Africa

South Africa has extremely high rates of rape and other forms of gender-based violence. Hayley Chesnik reports on her travel to Johannesburg and Cape Town to learn about efforts to address the issue. 1,367 more words

Justice/Rights

Risks In Software Development

  1. Developing the wrong software function or mis-understanding of requirements. This is minor risk in if you are following pure agile methodology where we can find out this type of risk quickly but it can affect original time estimates.
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Application Development Risks

WinHex: A Powerful Data Recovery and Forensics tool

When you lose data on a hard drive, a sector editor allows you to view data almost everywhere on the drive. Here’s how you can use WinHex to recover data anywhere on a hard drive. 3,106 more words

Ethical Hacking