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!
The original article is at
Recharge your iPad on the go
If you are tired of being stressed out because you forgot to charge your iPad last night like you were supposed to – swing by the ARC and pick up a battery.
We have a limited number of batteries available for checkout.
Available in the ARC – but there are a few things you have to take care of
Fill out the form at the counter in the ARC Leave some collateral with Mrs. Andrews [cell phone, keys, etc]. Note that your younger sibling is NOT acceptable collateral! Mrs. Andrews will hand the battery to you. It will charge your iPad twice over – but that takes several hours! When done with it, hand it to MRS. ANDREWS. DEADLINE: Before Flex.
OTE: You will be responsible for any damage to the battery or cable – EVEN IF SOMEONE ELSE DID IT.
The Form. Each battery has a number on it.