The below is a Cyber Threat Map from FireEye that animates threats as they are tracked by FireEye’s servers. The screen shows which countries the attacks originated from and what type of industries are most attacked.
IOS 13 and Aleks have made some changes. If you are unable to get your Aleks work done on your iPad, try switching the version that your iPad is using – Mobile vs. Desktop.
Covered first: Safari, then Chrome, then Firefox.
- Call up Aleks website and login.
- Click on the little aA icon, to the left of the web address at the top of the window
3. Select “Request Mobile Site” or “Request Desktop Site”.
4. The page will reload. Test it to see if you can get your work done.
Other ways in Safari:
There are two other ways to get to the “Request Desktop Site” selection:
- Touch and hold the REFRESH button at the top
- Tap on the SHARE icon [looks like a rectangle with an arrow pointing OUT of it]
Setting to request Desktop site from ALL websites, or not
- Settings –> Safari–> REquest Desktop Website [it is in the “SETTINGS FOR WEBSITES” section
- Set the slider as you wish – green = Desktop sites will be requested.
Click the three dots at the top of the window and “Request Desktop Site”
Halloween is coming, so here’s something really scary – a live map showing you Top DDoS attacks happening across the planet.
DDoS = Distributed Denial of Service. The “bad guys” collect a whole slew of computers and processors that they have wrangled control of, and command them all to try and get information from a particular server or website, all at the same time.
This, of course, makes the site either really slow or causes it to crash.