In recent years there has been a growing concern over students and parents keeping their children safe from hackers, viruses, malicious code, and other threats that can affect computers. Many of these threats do not come from outside the computer. They are created when users take inappropriate actions that can harm or disable the computer. Many parents and students alike believe that it is their responsibility to teach their children how to be good computer users. This includes knowing the dangers of computer use, how to protect their computers from hackers and virus writers, and how to make good use of a computer. Many of these precautions can be easily implemented by parents and students with access to a computer.
The Ethics and Internet Use presentation is designed to help parents and teachers teach students computer ethics by educating them about Internet usage. It gives information and tools to help students identify what is “good” and “bad” Internet use, and how they can avoid doing “bad” things.
Parents and teachers can use the presentation to teach students about Internet safety, media ethics, and Internet usage. The presentation is organized to help students identify the different components of good Internet use:
Internet safety: Since the Internet is one of the most common means of communicating with people today, it is important that students learn to be careful with what they say and how they act online. The Internet can be a great way to make new friends and share information with people all over the world. Students need to realize, however, that the Internet is not a private area. It can be seen by everyone.
Media ethics: The presentation discusses media ethics in terms of what is good and bad use of a computer and the Internet. Students will learn that computers can be used to make many different kinds of media. Many of these media can be bad or good depending on the way they are used. The use of computers in school to create media that are used in school should be good, but the use of computers to make media that are used outside of school should be good, but not great. Students need to be careful with what they create and use computers to make.
Internet usage: The Internet can be used for many different good and bad purposes. Learning how to use computers wisely can help students avoid all kinds of problems with the Internet.
Ethics Beyond High School – Academic Ethics and Internet Use Description:
Students should be aware of their rights to learn information on the Internet. Students should be taught to recognize when someone is trying to trick them and to avoid making stupid mistakes d82f892c90
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KEYMACRO is a utility for encoding/decoding passwords and other information. It allows you to add characters and/or numbers to the end of a string, which means you can encrypt, scramble, or invert passwords without being able to see their original values.
It’s really good for storing in configuration files, databases, or to add a ‘key’ or ‘password’ to files or programs.
Padded version 1.01 was released on 4th May 2008.
Unpadded version 1.01 was released on 21st May 2007.
Unpadded version 1.02 was released on 21st May 2007.
Unpadded version 1.03 was released on 1st September 2007.
Padded – Complete Features:
* Create new files, or edit existing ones, as either ASCII or Unicode.
* Open, edit and save text files in whatever encoding your machine is currently using.
* Encrypt (Base64, hex, bch, and many more) and decrypt (Base64, hex, bch and many more) passwords.
* Scramble (Mix up) and unscramble (put in order) passwords.
* Encrypt and scramble text.
* Encrypt and decrypt single lines of text.
* Encrypt and decrypt single blocks of binary data.
* Convert between encodings (ASCII, UTF8, ISO8859-1, Unicode, windows-1252, etc.).
* Add/remove/toggle padding.
* Generate (safe) passwords.
* Edit existing password files in UTF8.
* Execute/interpret shell scripts as Password Encryption, Password Decryption or as PAD Files.
* Add (switching) characters to the end of a file, as part of a shell script.
* Decode Base64 strings.
* Encrypt and decode data with public key cryptography.
* Encrypt and decrypt data with private key cryptography.
* Take a key and use it to encrypt and decrypt data.
* Generate public/private key pairs.
* Encrypt, decrypt, and sign (signature) messages.
* Decode IPX messages.
* Create PKCS#12 (PFX) files.
* Convert to/from Password Encryptions/Decryptions.