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How Right Are We? What I Learned From "The Shack"

Today I was reading “The Shack” by William P. Young. It’s one of the only books I have read more than once.

Several years ago, this book crossed my path as it was hitting record sales, from an author who came out of nowhere. As I heard the story line and about the personification of God in the book, I refused to be a part of even reading it. Ironically enough, I received a copy as a gift with a small dedication that reads, “To Shirley, God says He is especially fond of you. Celebrate Life, Gary Sinclair.” In an effort to not diminish the gift and with the advice from my husband that “it was a really good story,” I made the effort to start reading it. (Thank you Gary!)

From the beginning I found fault. The author was too detailed in his descriptions of even grass, to my taste. The main character talked about “millions of years” instead of thousands of years- “Truly he could not be a real Christian!” I thought, passing judgment, as if I could determine those things…who did I think I was? (The point here is I judged the basis of his Christianity. I do believe society has been around for six thousand years, unless the Lord shows me otherwise, which He could because only He knows).

Shortly after wrestling with the duty of having to read it, I finally stopped and discarded it to a shelf in my room. Two years later, as if by chance…God brings me to a point in my life where I am faced with my own “shack.” In the midst of His plans, he has me cross paths with the author at a local church service in a nearby Florida town.

Needless to say, Life slapped me on the face as I heard Paul’s testimony of his life.

You can see his testimony at the link below

A life full of suffering and pain, Paul’s testimony pierced my heart and somehow drew me in and gave me hope. A conversation at the end of the service served to confirm everything I had heard the previous hour. I knew in my heart this man was real. Perhaps one of the few real people I had ever met in my life. I remember his warm embrace as the closest to a hug from our Father, God.

This second time around reading the book, I paused… meditating on the quote Paul Young includes at the beginning of chapter 5.

“We routinely disqualify testimony that would plead for extenuation. That is, we are so persuaded of the rightness of our judgment as to invalidate evidence that does not confirm us in it. Nothing that deserves to be called truth could ever be arrived at by such means.” Marilynne Robinson, The Death of Adam

I pondered about all the times I stopped others from speaking the truth in their lives, because I was indeed so persuaded (who persuades us to believe lies?) to believe I was right. Deep inside I believed (I would not have admitted it, of course) things could only be the way I had learned them or experienced them. So, if in simple matters someone told me the t-shirt was red, I argued (not always out loud) it was a bright red-orange, instead. If in more complex matters, a Christian fellow would say they speak in tongues or God speaks to them, I would disregard it because it’s not what I had learned thus far.

Can you imagine the foolishness of this? To disregard something simply because it had not been my experience.

Well, I have learned God has a timing for everything and for everyone. That timing is different because He chooses when He teaches each of His children His truths. Our Father is not like the school system that teaches per educational grades. In that system, a child must learn everything in the level’s scope and sequence before moving on or else he does not pass. We are the ones that have placed God in a box, deciding to be Lord in our own hearts, determining truth in a way that makes us feel safe.

How willing are we to have God show us outside of what He already has taught us? How teachable are we? What blessings have we stopped as a result of not allowing Him to teach us more? and How much more of His nature and character could we learn if we allowed Him to teach us outside of ourselves?

I had to repent before the Lord. I recognized my god had not been the real God. My god was too little. He was not little by nature, but I had made Him that way with my proud attitude. The real God’s knowledge and wisdom is infinite and way beyond our limited knowledge. He wants to share His knowledge with us, but we must let Him. He wants us to know His Grace and everything that means!

Be willing…

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How to Perform a Criminal Background Check Online

A criminal background check online is the place to start for businessmen and entrepreneurs alike. This is because they would not want to be sabotaged by their employees and business partners by their running away with large sums of money. Additionally, a criminal history background check will be able to protect the needs of the companies as well as the needs of the other employees. Since a criminal background would let an employee know the little secrets of an aspiring employee, he / she will feel secure that his / her company is still in his / her control.

We all know that the Internet is made up of large databases of information, it there since becomes logical that an online search will prove to be worth your time. The first thing that you will need to do is to make use of the search engines available. You can just type the information that you want and need, and the Internet will provide you with some of the most basic and reliable sources. What you will have to do next is to click these sources, and there is a possibility that these sources will give you a match. You can find certain information about the person, such as employment records, marriage records, death records, and other useful information.

When you are doing a criminal background check online, remember to know and decide first the information that you would want to attain. List all the details that you would want to prioritize, and after this you can just compare this information with the ones provided by different sources. By doing this, you will be able to narrow down the most useful websites and sources for you. This would lead to a more efficient and effective online search and more detailed records.

If you are new into the idea of ​​a criminal background check online, you will find that these websites are governed by different federal and state laws. These state laws are implemented in order for people who are accessing private and public information to not use the information obtained, except legally. So before doing a background check online, you have to know these rules first so as not to commit any offense.

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Writing and Revising Your Life Story

Change is not simple. Why do we repeat behavior that doesn’t work? Those actions that lead to stifling debt, disappointing careers, or stuck relationships? Then do it harder, yet expect a different result? Why is it not obvious that trying to exit an old story by simply writing a “better ending” only recreates the same story, and ensures that we remain in it? That a thousand better endings to an old story don’t create a new story? That the past cannot be changed and is a settled matter? That too often, we see ourselves as the victims of the stories that we author and the feelings we create?

We actively construct what we think, feel, and experience.

How surprised we are to learn that our fears are not in the dim shadows of the past’s unknown, but in the hopeful light of this moment’s change.

The only thing more difficult than changing and growing is not doing it.

It is never too late to become what you might have been. Or too soon to become who you want to be.

As adults, we are the sole authors of our own life stories. Every day begins a fresh page. The dramas of everyday life do not simply affect us, they are created by us. Yet so often the story closest to us, our own, is the most difficult to read How can we tell our life stories to ourselves in order to know which aspects of the narrative work and which need to change? How can we identify what is missing, change an attitude, or generate happiness? How can we shift our understanding to see life not as a multiple-choice test with certain predetermined answers, but as an open-ended essay question?


This exercise intends to illuminate invisible decisions camouflaged as beliefs and assumptions. This exercise intends to align your efforts with a refocused vision.

1. Crystallize awareness of beliefs, views, and opinions that you hold in each area of your life: family, business, personal, financial, creativity, and spiritual development. Recognize that none of these are facts, but beliefs that are created. The beliefs, points of view, and opinions are decisions that you make, a perception that you hold.

You can track when in time you made your original decision that led to the view or belief that is limiting. Most often the original decision arises from disappointment, or what you did not get. An example is a decision to be cautious about relationships, and protect yourself in case of rejection. This belief brings about what you fear, though perhaps based originally on adaptive protection from physical or emotional abandonment. Problems are not written into your genes, though an assumption such as victimhood can be a powerfully organizing storyline, even an aspect of identity.

2. Look for the link/connection between the original decision to the view or perspective held now. Acknowledge the impact it has on your current life, the costs, and the exchanges that you make. Does each belief serve you right now?

At one time, the decision served you but you may have outgrown it. Is it still worth the cost that you pay? Are you exchanging valuable time and energy in pursuit of something that ultimately is disappointing?

3. Try new perspectives and possibilities. You have to try on and live an experience to get informed data of how it may bring a change to your life. An experiment may be an idea or image that you live into, and evolve it to create a habit.

4. Explore what is possible. From the place of what is possible, clarify what you want to create, and what action would be paired with it.

5. Recognize and honor your uniqueness. Your uniqueness includes distinctive capacities and abilities, what you do exceptionally well, what works best for you. The design of your life plan must recognize your exceptional strengths, and place your energy on leveraging strengths, rather than creating obstacles. Are you engaging your passion and creativity to do what you do uniquely well in your life and career?

6. Recognize that which you can determine, and that which you cannot. Let go/accept what you cannot determine rather than engaging it with hope and ultimate frustration. Embrace that which benefits you and the elements that serve you, and let go of all that do not.

7. Do only that which works in current time and that is consistent with your needs and values. The bottom line of any theory or belief system is: Does it work now?

8. Clarify decisions about how you use, invest, and refurbish your life energy based on your life plan.

9. Change is a process, not an event. Design short-term, step-wise measurable goals to validate your progress. Hold yourself accountable to the timetable of your goals.

10. Review your tolerations list. Update and revise it.

11. Create a mission that is stronger than your fear.

Focus your energy on where you are: the present– and where you are headed: the future. You cannot change the past, but you can free yourself from its grips.

12. Focus your energy on where you are: the present– and where you are headed: the future. You cannot change the past, but you can free yourself from its grips.


1. What are the recurring storylines in your life that work?

2. What are the recurring themes in your life that do not work?

3. Is there a piece of your life that is unlived?

4. Who are you in your career?

5. Who are you (or who have you become) in your most intimate relationship?

6. What goals have you realized in your life?

7. What goals have you not realized in your life?

8. Do you have a clear internal ideal of who and what you want to be?

9. What percent of your full capacity are you functioning in your work?

10. What percent of your capacity are you living in your personal life?

11. What are your conflicted storylines where it is obvious not all of you is going comfortably and effectively in the same direction?

12. Do all the storylines fit and further the plot you want to advance?

13. What do you continue to engage by disclaiming and denying?

14. Do you have an awareness of your different states of mind? Do you have basic mastery of how to enter and exit various states of mind?

15. What do you hear in listening to your body’s somatic language?

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How To Lose Cellulite – Facts That Can Help

Cellulite is mostly fat damaged tissue and the cause of this is lack of circulation and drainage in the affected parts of the body. If you're getting ready to fight cellulite, here are some facts that can help you.

Cellulite is hereditary

It is true. Just as many hereditary diseases and conditions, cellulite also has to do with genetic inheritance. However, the appearance of cellulite is caused by nutrition, lifestyle, and hormones. If your mother or grandmother have a lot of cellulite, it is possible that you will have this problem and already at a young age you should worry about your lifestyle and prevent it as much as possible.

Water helps in the fight against cellulite

While it is healthy to drink enough water, the water will not help in the fight against cellulite. It is important to drink about a liter and a half of water a day to keep water in the skin at an optimal level. If you drink too much water, swelling under the skin can make cellulite look worse. Water in the fight against cellulite can help you if you use shower massage three times a week, because this promotes better circulation and drainage.

A healthy diet helps prevent cellulite

Unfortunately, that's not quite true. A healthy diet is always a good choice, but that does not mean you will not get cellulite. Antioxidants in foods neutralize free radicals, which are among other causes of cellulite and improvements microcirculation. Also, essential fatty acids like omega-3 and omega-6 help against the accumulation of fat cells. In this sense, a healthy diet helps, but it does not guarantee that you will not have cellulite.

Cellulite over the years getting worse

Unfortunately, this is true. Cellulite can form when estrogen levels start to grow in puberty. As we age, we become less active, we are overweight, the skin becomes thinner and cellulite becomes more visible. In addition to exercise and mobility to fight cellulite should remove nicotine, alcohol and caffeine.

Liposuction certainly helps

This assertion is not correct. Even if you can afford the expensive treatment it is risky if it is not done properly and it is very traumatic.

Cellulite have only overweight people

This is one of the most common misconceptions associated with cellulite. Some studies have shown that over 80 percent of women in western countries have cellulite, regardless of whether they are skinny or fat. It is well known that many supermodels admit struggling with cellulite.

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How to Become a Fashion Designer

Is Fashion Your Passion? If you've always dreamed of becoming a successful designer, read on to learn more about how you can realize your dream and become a fashion designer.

The three most fundamental skills required to become a fashion designer are: sewing, drawing, and creativity. You can always learn both drawing and sewing in fashion school (actually, those are typically mandatory classes), but creativity is something you must have in your blood.

Beside the skills listed above, you need the following skills to become successful no matter what your career path is: motivation, determination, and commitment.

If you are serious about becoming a fashion designer, the first and most important step you'll need to take is to enroll in a good fashion design program at an accredited institute. The advantage of going to school is that you'll be taught everything you need to know in a well structured, organized environment. You'll learn the industry standards, how to accomplish required tasks efficiently, get hands on experience with the latest industry technology, and learn exactly what needs to be done to break into the fashion world and how to go about doing it well. Additional benefits include potential internships with well known companies and excellent networking opportunities.

If you're sure you want a career in fashion but are not certain as to which path is right for you, here are a few options to get you thinking: fashion design, accessory design, apparel design, fashion merchandising, fashion marketing and fashion Journalism.

As with any career, a solid plan and a good education are essential. This might be even truer in fashion design, as it is definitely not an easy industry to break into. That should not discourage you however, and if you are discouraged that easily then this probably is not the right career for you. But with hard work, dedication, and a little bit of luck, there's no stopping you from becoming the next Coco Channel or Calvin Klein.

A good first step is to pick a few good fashion schools and get some information from them regarding their programs. This can all be done quite easily now as most schools now have short "information package request" forms right on their websites. They're usually pretty short forms, you fill them out and they mail you an information package which outlines their programs in details. It's definitely worth looking into if you really are serious about getting into the fashion industry.

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Invest In Comics! My Top Copper Age Comics To Invest In!

So you want to invest in comics, do you? In many of my previous articles, I’ve stressed quite a lot about silver age comic investing, with a slight emphasis on bronze age comics to invest in. I’ve also stated quite profoundly on modern age comic books as being unwise investment comics to pursue.

Whether you consider copper age comic books as part of the modern age or not, there are some, although very few, wise key issues to invest in. These are a tad more affordable than bronze or silver age books, but they are well worth owning to bring more value to your collection.

There are quite a few copies floating around at high grades, especially in the 9.8 area. Unlike many high demand silver age books, in which mid to low grades are still investment worthy, these copper age selections on my list are best to invest in at high grades. I’m advising no lower than low NM or 9.2 according to CGC universal standards.

So, without further a due, here are just a few of my top copper age comics to invest in:

  1. G.I. Joe A Real American Hero #21 (1st Storm Shadow/Silent issue).
  2. G.I Joe A Real American Hero #26 & 27 ( Snake Eyes origin, 2 part story).
  3. G.I. Joe A Real American Hero #150 through #155 (Low Print run. Issue 155 is last issue).
  4. Amazing Spider-Man #299 (1st brief appearance of Venom. Todd McFarlane art.)
  5. Amazing Spider-Man #300 (1st full appearance of Venom. Todd McFarlane art.)
  6. Marvel, The Transformers, 1984 #1 (1st Transformers comic based off Hasbro Toys.)
  7. New Mutants Vol 1 #98 (1st appearance of Deadpool).
  8. Uncanny X-Men #221 (1st appearance of Cable as baby Nathan.)
  9. Uncanny X-Men #244 (1st appearance of Jubilee.)
  10. Uncanny X-Men #248 (1st Jim Lee artwork on X-Men.)

Of course there are more from the copper age that are well-worth investing in. These are just my first-round picks, as you could say. The great thing about many of these issues is that they are still well under a hundred dollars for many copies that are over 9.4 NM (near mint).

All the issues here are in demand, and ones like the last five issues of G.I. Joe A Real American Hero by Marvel Comics have low print runs. That means that they’re pretty scarce and some hunting for those issues at a high grade may be needed. Be sure to see the links below for even more fantastic invest in comics advice and picks from all comic book ages.

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Posterior Tibial Tendonitis – What It Is and How To Prevent It!

Today I’m going to be talking about posterior tibial tendonitis. I’ll share with you what it is, the symptoms involved and how you can prevent getting it. In your body you have something known as tendons. Their job is to connect muscles to bones and without them a person would turn into a statue and couldn’t move.

The posterior tibial tendon attaches the calf muscle to the bones in the foot. This supports the foot with walking and it holds up the arch. You might be wondering why this arch in the foot is so important. Without it a person will have a harder time running, as well as it decreases the chance of ankle and knee problems.

Posterior tibial tendonitis is when this tendon becomes damaged. A common cause of this damage could be an injury. I recently came back from New Orleans and they have this street called Bourbon Street. On this street you can drink alcohol and strangely enough they have all these potholes. All it takes is you looking at something else while you step in a pothole and then twist this tendon, and now you have this problem.

Another way it can get damaged is through wear and tear over time. Perhaps someone is a stuntman who falls on their feet a lot. People who play lots of basketball or tennis could also tear down this tendon over time. Another big risk factor is being overweight, diabetes and high blood pressure.

What do you think the number 1 symptom of this condition is going to be? Yes, it’s going to be pain where the tendon is located. You could have a challenging time walking and even standing. Due to the tendon supporting the foot there could also be pains in other places such as the ankle and even the knee.

One of the best ways to prevent this type of injury would be to strengthen these muscles. You could lift your body up with your toes or sit down and make circular movements with your feet. Another idea would be to wear comfortable shoes and avoid putting too much stress on the muscle.

Also don’t forget that there are a lot of vitamins and minerals that play a crucial role in the health of muscles and tendons. Taking a good multivitamin supplement brand might just help you in more ways than you can imagine.

To sum everything up posterior tibial tendonitis is when there is an injury to the tendon that connects the calf muscle to the bones in the feet. You can prevent this injury by strengthening the calf and ankle muscle. Other ideas include wearing comfortable shoes, avoid putting too much stress on the tendon and taking a good multivitamin supplement.

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How to Spot Every Issue on a Law School Exam

For purposes of writing a legal exam, issues are anything that a professor may give you points for noticing or discussing. Generally, unless the question asks only about specific issues, you should discuss all applicable legal theories, claims, causes of action and defenses assertible by or against any and all parties or potential parties. In addition to the subjects of the hypothetical and other obvious parties, be alert for less-obvious parties like the following: the manufacturer of a product that caused an injury; the “innocent bystander” who ostensibly suffered no injury or has no liability; the owner of land where an injury occurs; the government agency responsible for doing an act or protecting obvious parties; and any individual or entity who at any time might have exercised some control or authority over a person, place, thing or policy which has caused an injury.

There are five important things to remember when spotting issues.

First, read the question! Before reading the body of the hypothetical, read the question or questions following it. Some academics call this the “call of the question.” You may find an open-ended question such as “Discuss the parties’ rights and liabilities,” a more narrow question focused on particular parties such as “Discuss A’s rights against B,” or an extremely narrow question focused on only one issue such as “Was there consideration for A’s promise?”

Now that you know the question(s), read the hypothetical with each question in mind. Obviously, you don’t want to reread or scrutinize a hypothetical more often than is necessary. If a question asks only for A’s rights against B, don’t waste time thinking about A’s rights against other parties.

Your first read of a hypothetical should be just a quick scan to get a general understanding of the facts and the chronology. The second time you read it, spot issues and note them in the margin. As you go through the hypothetical, circle dates, transactions, terms and parties that suggest issues or elements of legal rules. Mark up the hypothetical to your heart’s content – your professor’s not going to see it, and any notations you make will facilitate your outlining process. Finally, read the hypothetical a third time, making absolutely certain you are familiar with all relevant facts and have noted every conceivable issue.

Second, think like a lawyer. Adopt an attitude that is at once aggressive, objective and creative. Remember that in many cases, the only thing distinguishing a superior answer from a mediocre answer is that the superior answer discusses more issues. Analyze the facts from every perspective, putting yourself in the shoes of each party’s lawyer in turn. Imagine that real clients are involved, and that they want to win! Muster every argument which each party could advance in its favor.

Also, think about the objectives of the parties. What does each party want, and what will he, she or it have to establish to get it? For example, in the sample contracts exam on page 81, Mary’s objective is to establish that a valid contract was formed between Doug and her so she can recover damages from Doug for his breach. Doug’s objective, on the other hand, is to establish that no contract was formed so that he can avoid paying damages. Simplifying the parties’ objectives in this manner will often help you to think of arguments and legal theories which they might advance.

Third, consider every fact. Professors will rarely insert extraneous facts in a hypothetical, so if you come across facts that do not immediately suggest an issue, look at them from different perspectives and go through your checklist until you find an issue. Dates, places and events are facts worthy of particular mention.

Fourth, pay particular attention to adjectives and adverbs. Often, these will provide a clue to a potential issue. For example, if a party to a contract is described as “young,” she may be a minor and therefore lack capacity to contract. If a hypothetical indicates that a party was driving a car “quickly,” he may have been exceeding the speed limit and therefore breaching a duty owed to a potential plaintiff.

Fifth, use your checklist. After you have gone through the hypothetical three times, run through your checklist quickly to see if there are any potential issues that you have omitted. You may have already jotted down the first letters of each item in your checklist. If so, check off each item on the list as you come to it, so that you’re satisfied either that it’s not present in the hypothetical, or that it’s present and you’ve covered it in your outline.

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Male Enhancement Exercises & Supplements

Natural male enlargement can be an embarrassing subject, for this reason most men find it difficult to consult their doctors in regards to the size of their penis. The benefit to this is that there are lots of procedures of male enhancement that are safe and efficient, and the best part is you do not need a prescription. The frightening part is that even though there are various safe and effective procedures, there are also procedures that are thought to be of very little benefit and may only damage the penis.

How are you able to tell the safe procedures from the dangerous ones? We are all different, you need to get educated on the different types of natural enhancement and select the procedure that is best fitted to what you are looking for.

Enhancement supplements

The most conventional way of achieving male enhancement is through the help of enhancement supplements or pills. These enhancers typically harbor a specific formula specifically created to increase blood flow into the penis. Some supplements will also heighten the levels of testosterone in the body resulting in an increased sex drive. Most pills are taken one to two times a day and have been known to increase penis size from five to twenty%. Pills combined with penile exercise can increase the rate of growth quite drastically. Ginko biloba, tribulus terrestris, and L-arginine are a few of the important ingredients that these supplements should contain in order to be effective. It's never a bad idea to ask the advice of your physician before taking any supplement just to be on the safe side.

Natural Enhancement Exercises

To see quick results in a short period of time you must partner the supplements with penile exercises. There is no need for any equipment or devices to perform these exercises. If performed correctly they are very safe and effective when accompanied by enlargement pills. Similar to supplementation, the exercises increase the flow of blood to the penis resulting in longer, larger, harder erections. It can be very difficult and quite problematic to find a good exercise program. Make sure to check out many different programs and read a lot of reviews before you adopt the one that is right for you. For extreme results most of the exercise regiments only require about five to ten minutes of exercise each day but they must be done routinely.

Male Enhancement Equipment

Many male enhancement equipment comes with a sort of intimidation, but seems to be very effective in regards to male enlargement. Larger flaccid size has been known to be the result with the use of many different stretching devices, not to mention the bonus of increased girth that comes along with it. The downside is these devices must be worn from 3 to 10 hours at a time to achieve optimal results. Appropriate use of this type of equipment must be executed as it is very easy to overstretch or damage the penis.

For many of us an satisfying sex life is a requirement. Get the most out of your sexual experiences simply by secretly increasing the size and performance of your penis. We all make an effort to take care of our bodies, the penalis no exception.

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Book Review: Computer Investigation by Elizabeth Bauchner

Who is the target audience for this book?

Make no mistake. This book is not targeted for computer professionals. If you have a degree in Computer Science or just know a lot about computers, you won’t learn anything from this book. This book is targeted to children in the middle school age group, but it would also be a good introductory book for adults.

That said, what does the book talk about?

What is the science of computer forensics?

Computer forensics is a two-part process. First, data is retrieved and then the data is used. It is different from other forensic sciences because the data usually stands on its own and does not need to be interpreted.

What are the many duties of a computer forensics technician?

While doing their job, computer forensic specialists must preserve evidence, not introduce viruses or worms into a system, handle data properly, keep evidence within the chain of command, reduce the impact of the system’s analysis on any businesses affected, and make sure privileged information is not divulged.

Following those rules, computer forensic professionals find hidden files, swap files, and temp files used by the operating system and by applications. They access these files and protected and encrypted files, searching for information relevant to the case. They analyze the data found, especially in areas normally considered inaccessible. They perform an over all system analysis and list all relevant files. They provide an opinion of the system’s layout and who authored which files. They make notes of attempts to delete or protect files, and they provide expert testimony and/or consultation in court as needed.

The book gives definitions for commonly used words, or jargon, in the industry.

A hacker is someone who is really interested in a piece of technology and learns all possible about the technology.

A cracker is someone who uses their hacker knowledge for bad.

Hackers are white hat, and crackers are black hat hackers.

A phreaker was a person who scammed the telephone company to get free long-distance calls.

Spoofing is mimicking a website (or an email) so the receiver thinks the sender is someone else.

Phishing is trying to get information from people, like their user accounts and passwords, and social security numbers.

A virus is a program, attached to another program, that infects a system when the program is opened. The virus can’t do anything unless the program is opened and ran.

A worm is like a virus, but it can replicate itself without other programs being opened.

A Trojan horse is a program that pretends to be a different kind of program.

Denial of Service (DoS) is when a cracker tries to prevent a system from being accessible by its normal users.

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