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COVID-19 Security Threats

Posted on Sep 18, 2020 2:29:09 PM by Chad Oertel in Computer Network Security Degree, in ethical hackers, in Exploit

COVID-19 Cyber Threats

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US DoJ pressing charges against two hackers for defacement.

Posted on Sep 16, 2020 2:30:00 PM by Marcos Xochihua in cyber attack, in cybersecurity

The US Department of Justice (DOJ) has pressed charges on two hackers with coordinating a mass scale defacement campaign against US websites for the killing of Iranian military general Qasem Soleimani.

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Network Security and AI

Posted on Sep 10, 2020 4:32:00 PM by Chad Oertel in degree in cyber security, in Network Security, in cyber defense, in artificial intelligence, in automation, in data breach, in degree in network security, in Data Science, in cyber safety

Network Security and Automation the next big thing!

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My First Few Weeks As Student Ambassador

Posted on Sep 5, 2020 12:14:00 PM by Chad Oertel in University of Advancing Technology, in Student Ambassador, in UAT, in UAT Experience, in campus tour, in UATX, in Tour UAT, in Tour University of Advancing Technology, in History of UAT

In my first few weeks as a student ambassador I have learned so much about the school and its foundation that otherwise I would have never learned. For example I learned about how UAT started as a Computer-aided design or CAD institute in 1983.

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The Adventures of Maxwell

Posted on Sep 4, 2020 1:21:00 PM by Zinedin Bautista in founder's hall, in max, in Student Life, in University of Advancing Technology, in UAT, in maxwell, in Catscot, in Cat, in Life on Campus

Now you might be wondering who Maxwell is. Maxwell is an adorable orange Tabby cat with an attitude. He'll meow at you to get your attention but will trick you by walking away the moment you decide to pet him. He also likes napping near the door on the first floor on the west side of the building, why he does that I don't know, he's somewhat of a daredevil I suppose, but either way if you're exiting the building on the west side first floor do be cautious of not smacking the orange furball.

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The magic of digital sculpting

Posted on Sep 2, 2020 1:57:00 PM by John Balog in 3d modeling, in Game Art, in gaming, in maya, in Game Art & Animation, in Zbrush, in best schools for game art, in game art degree, in Video Game Art, in 3DSMax

A good portion of Game art students who attend UAT have at least some experience with 3D modeling suites like 3DSMax, Maya, or even Blender, whether they are self taught or have experience from highschool or another college. Thats not to say a new artist will be at a disadvantage if they don't have experience with these programs, that's just the tip of the iceberg and offers a good base to start with, if you want to do any kind of character or organic modeling you really should give a nice little program called Zbrush a try!

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Tesla targeted by a Large Scale Ransom Scheme.

Posted on Sep 1, 2020 2:15:00 PM by Marcos Xochihua in cyber defense, in malware, in ransomware‬, in Computer Forensics, in cyber security degree, in degree in network security, in DOD, in Technology Forensics Degree, in best colleges for cyber security, in Computer Forensics Degree

The US Department of Justice has pressed charges against a Russian who traveled to the US with the intent to recruit an employee of a Nevada company to install malware on their employer's network in exchange for about $1,000,000 USD.

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Facebook still has some bad apps misusing user data..

Posted on Jul 8, 2020 3:36:46 PM by Marcos Xochihua in Cyber Security, in degree in cyber security, in Facebook, in data security, in data privacy, in best colleges for cyber security

CanaryTrap, a technique by academics from the University of Iowa. Revolves around the concept of a honeytoken.

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North Korea is at it again with their hacks.

Posted on Jul 7, 2020 12:47:53 PM by Marcos Xochihua in Cyber Security, in degree in cyber security, in Hacking, in Network Security Degree, in Network Security, in Hacker Lab, in information on cyber security, in what is cyber security

North Korea's hacking groups have decided to target online stores then decide to insert malicious code that steals customers' payment card details as they go through the checkout page and fill in the payment forms.

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Telescopes Are Really Just Time Machines

Posted on Jun 5, 2020 3:49:05 PM by Bailey Nielsen in space, in space exploration, in cool courses, in space expedition

 

Did you know telescopes are time machines? Not actually, as cool as that would be, but they DO look at the past. The way a telescope works is that light from a celestial object is gathered and magnified into an eyepiece that you then look into. That light had to travel from the object, all the way across space, then to your eye.

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