Seniors are up first
Here are all the details you need:
WHAT to turn in
iPad in its case Charger cable [even if damaged] Charger Block
WHAT TO DO before turning your iPad in
Passcode to all zeros AppleID signed out [Settings –> Click name up top] iPad charged to AT LEAST 10%
HOW LONG will this take?
10-15 minutes. Plan on it.
WHO can turn in my iPad?
You Only You No One Else Not a friend Not your Mom Not even your Pastor or Priest Not you Brother or Sister Only You You
WHERE do I turn in my iPad?
The ARC – ONLY to Mrs. Andrews or Mr. Rule. DO NOT just lay it down and walk away – you’ll be charged for the full value of the package [> $400].
WHEN can I turn in my iPad?
If you are taking NO exams at all – Tuesday 4/23 – Wednesday 4/24 – Thursday 4/25 If you are taking AP exams – immediately after your last exam. I f you are taking only Senior exams – Immediately after your last exam Monday 4/29 – Tuesday 4/30.
Many people use the same password at difference sites – including for their email. So if your account info was among those hacked in the many online data thefts over the last few years, those passwords may be floating around.
[You can check
https://haveibeenpwned.com/ to see if your email address is “out there”]
So of what possible value could your hacked email account be to the “bad guys”? Here are some ideas, from Krebs on Security:
Things a hacked email account can be used for
Want more details?
There is an online security researcher named Krebs that published 3 basic rules for online safety. These still make a lot of sense:
If you didn’t go looking for it, don’t install it! If you installed it, UPDATE it! If you no longer need it, REMOVE it!
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