A few tips for students to consider as they prepare to attend online, real-time classes this semester.
Recently, I had occasion to talk with one of my students about an interesting situation that was unfolding with the student's internship. The student is in the middle of an internship with an organization and is one of several employees in a team managed by someone I'll call "Biff". According to the student, Biff started… Continue reading Student internship dilemmas – a case study
Over the past few days, I have watched the unfolding story involving the University of Alabama system and Hugh Culverhouse, a prominent donor. Culverhouse pledged to donate approximately $26 million dollars to the UA law school, which the UA system renamed in his honor. Since that time, Culverhouse and the UA system have had a… Continue reading Universities, donors, and undue influence
So, I have been a distant admirer of Ming Chow's (@0xmchow) password cracking labs for his students. Each semester, I found myself thinking "green, you need to do this sometime..." but never quite got around to doing it. Until now... 🙂 This semester, I created a list of accounts and passwords and gave it to… Continue reading Fall 2018 password cracking lab results
I've recently been teaching in a study abroad program. During one of our class meetings, I had a discussion with students about potential risks from using ATMs, and how to make good decisions to lessen the risk of getting skimmed or shimmed. The difference between skimming and shimming is discussed below, but the important thing… Continue reading Study abroad survival series – ATM usage