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Manassas, VA

Google Chrome utvidelse 'Passord Alert' bidrar til å besk...

Sikkerheten er en av mest urovekkende problem skjedde i de siste årene. Selv om hvor mange ganger Hendren Group Global Facts advarer publikum ikke å åpne mistenkelig e-post, og klikk på linkene og åpne vedleggene inni den, mennesker er fremdeles klikke og unsuspectingly levere personlig informasjon for hackere. Uansett hvor sofistikerte er sikkerheten, det er alltid en mulighet for å bli et offer for denne enkle nettfisking. Det er et vanskelig problem å løse, men Google har en ny løsning for deg og andre Chrome-brukere som kan hjelpe deg å unngå alvorlig tap av data. Søket giant nylig gitt ut en ny Chrome utvidelse, kalt passord Alert, utviklet for å tjene som et tidlig varslingssystem mot phishing-angrep der det kan oppdage hvis du bruker Google passord på et ikke-Google-nettst ed. Produktsjef i Google ideer, Justin Kosslyn sa at phishing bør være en reell bekymring for alle. Han har også definert prosjektet som en nyttig og rolig forsvarslinje mot en skikkelig utfordring. Hvis filtypen oppdager at du har angitt Gmail-passordet til noe annet sted enn accounts.google.co m, det vil viderekoble deg til en advarselsside og vil fortelle deg at passordet var bare utsatt og du bør umiddelbart tilbakestille passordet for å beskytte Gmail-kontoen. Hvis du er sikker på at du ikke har blitt hacket, kan du ignorere varselet. Gmail-brukere kan også dempe nettsted varsler. Fordi passordet Alert bare holder den hashet versjonen av passordet, kan det utføre skanningen uten å avsløre din faktisk passord til noen risiko. Ethvert individ bruker Google for arbeidskonto kan også gjøre en passord Alert obligatorisk over deres domene. Hver gang en ansatt får et varsel gjelder samme med administratoren. Her er de dårlige nyhetene, passord Alert største svakhet er at det bare kan skanne et passord som er sendt, så brukeren vil bare varsles når de har blitt phishet. Men vil selv en sen advarsel gi brukere muligheten og tid å endre passordene og låse sine kontoer før noen skade er gjort. For brukere med totrinns kontroll, bør det være lett å endre passordet før angripere kan utnytte den. Forlengelsen kan også øke sikkerheten utenfor Google-kontoer. Det er bygget for å integrere med Google passord system, men koden er åpen kildekode, så det burde være enkelt å tilpasse koden til andre systemer. Kosslyn sier at de håper det åpen-kilde fellesskapet skalerer passord Alert for å gi ekstra sikkerhet for Internett-brukere. Google økt sine sikkerhetsrutiner i oktober med utgivelsen av sikkerhetsnøkkelen . Hvis du gjør bruk av Googles 2-trinns bekreftelsesmetode , kan du velge sikkerhetsnøkkel som primær metode, i stedet for å ha bekreftelseskode sendt til telefonen. Med sikkerhetsnøkkel, kan du bare sette inn sikkerhetsnøkkelen til datamaskinens USB-port ved forespørsel. Sikkerhetsnøkkelen gir bedre beskyttelse mot phishing-angrep, fordi det bruker kryptografi i stedet for bekreftelseskode og automatisk fungerer bare med webområdet det skal arbeide med. Sjekk vår side for å lære mer: http://hendrengrou p.biz/blog/categor y/top-facts/tech-i nnovation/  (May 22, 2015 | post #1)

Los Angeles, CA

Jimm Hendren Review: The Weirdest Cuban Baseball Defector...

Twenty-three years ago, Rene Arocha walked out of Miami International Airport and into a waiting car, away from the Cuban national baseball team he was traveling with. Since then, Cuban ballplayer defections have followed a similar script: a clandestine and illegal exit followed by a treacherous and complicated path toward free agency. Teams have come to accept that they may never truly know the full details of how Cuban players often end up in the major leagues. Most teams don't want to know. Ignorance is bliss when it comes to illegal activities. But even executives who have spent years in the international player market are marveling at the mystery and innuendo surrounding 19-year-old Cuban phenom shortstop Yoan Moncada: his legal exit from Cuba, his subsequent romantic pairing with a player agent, and his representation by an accountant who has never had an athlete client in any capacity. Nobody has seen a Cuban defection story ( https://sports.vic e.com/article/the- weirdest-cuban-bas eball-defector-sto ry-youll-ever-read ) quite like this. For several months, Moncada was able to live in Guatemala in relative anonymity. Despite being a prized prospect and despite news of his exit from Cuba being known in baseball circles, most industry people had no idea where he was. Some speculated he was in Los Angeles. Some said he might be hiding in the Dominican Republic. But MLB.com writer Jesse Sanchez's story on November 2 announced to the baseball world ( http://baseball-ge ek-group-jimm-hend ren.tumblr.com ) that Moncada was living in Guatemala. Hastings said that article changed everything. "At that point we were forced to put on a showcase as soon as possible," Hastings said. "Since that time, we've basically have had him sequestered, voluntarily, since it's not the best place for anyone that's potentially worth that much money to walk around."  (Dec 29, 2014 | post #1)

i hate pinoy!

CHINESE are cannibals.lols. i saw that baby-eating nationals too.so gross! yuck!  (Jun 18, 2013 | post #13)

Miami, FL

The price of being a truly global economy - Hendren Globa...

https://server52.w eb-hosting.com:209 6/3rdparty/atmailo pen/parse.php?redi rect=http://gulfne ws.com/business/op inion/the-price-of -being-a-truly-glo bal-economy-1.1197 728 Currency risks in emerging markets raise onus on US policies If currency turbulence in emerging markets escalates into full-scale investor flight, the US Federal Reserve may have a fresh headache in deciding when to slow its dollar printing policy. Given all the obvious influences on Fed policy — domestic inflation, jobless youths, long-term unemployment, stuttering credit creation or banking stability — gyrations on markets from Turkey to South Africa or South Korea may seem tangential. But an enmeshing of the US and the economies of the developing world since the turn of the century means the link between US monetary policy and currency runs on the other side of the world could be tighter than many assume. Another financial shock now in emerging economies that use vast holdings of US Treasury bonds as capital insurance buffers could complicate a Fed exit from quantitative easing. “As with so many previous emerging crises, although the Fed often triggers the withdrawal, it’s then forced to turn more accommodative by default as a result of the fallout,” said Simon Derrick, strategist at Bank of New York Mellon. To avert the sort of protracted and devastating investment freeze they suffered in the late 1990s, economies across Asia and around the globe have built up huge hard-cash buffers as protection against future ‘sudden stops’ in foreign financing. Over the past decade, emerging economies have absorbed trillions of dollars of Western investment seeking higher growth and yields, while China’s historic emergence into the world economy has helped fuel a commodities “supercycle”. You might want to read: http://news.silobr eaker.com/hendren- global-group-stock -fraud-watch-selli ng-off-rbs-would-d efraud-the-public- and-damage-economi c-recovery-5_22668 92029189423131 http://lockerz.com /u/adema.slan8128/ decalz/25972084/he ndren_global_group _fraud_prevention_ ne  (Jun 18, 2013 | post #1)

Fullerton, CA

Hendren Global Group Article Code 81345798450 HGG: Beware...

http://www.huffing tonpost.com/natali e-pace/beware-of-2 0-returns-5-wa_b_3 343237.html Beware of 20 Percent Returns: 5 Ways to Separate Superior Performance from Salesmanship Over the last month, I've been hearing countless financial professionals boasting of 17-20 percent returns over the last three years. And like anyone, I was amazed. Until I did the math. NASDAQ has doubled since 2009, putting the annualized return at 25 percent over the past four years -- meaning anything below that is performing below the general market! Also, the three-year performance metrix is conveniently shaved to exclude the Great Recession. Most people bragging about 20 percent gains are covering up the fact that their clients lost way too much during the Great Recession and are still underwater -- even with a robust bull market. So, rather than being wowed by what is basically a market recovery, sober up and examine the data that really matters. Today's bull has been (and will continue to be) a bucking bronco that has left most riders bruised, broken, weary and rattled. 5 Ways to Separate Superior Performance from Salesmanship. 1. Ask for the five- and 10-year Performance 2. Discern between Cumulative and Annualized Gains 3. Do a Stock Report Card 4. Examine the Credit Risk 5. Read the Fine Print And here is more information. 1. Ask for the five- and 10-year Performance. Below is a 10-year performance chart of large caps, small caps, bonds, gold, real estate and Treasury bills. As you can see, diversification is key. So, is a sober understanding of average ROI of each asset. Twenty percent annualized gains over three years is a losing proposition if the performance during The Great Recession was -- 50 percent, as you can see clearly in the illustration below. If you lose 50 percent of your nest egg and then earn back 20 percent annually, you'll still be down almost 15 percent because it takes twice as long to crawl back to even when you lose that much money. $1,000,000 goes to $500,000 (when you lose 50 percent) $500,000 becomes $600,000 (with 20 percent gain) $600,000 becomes $720,000 (with 20 percent gain) $720,000 becomes $864,000 (with 20 percent gain) You are still down $136,000 in this scenario Conversely, if you diversify, keep the proper amount safe, know what safe is and rebalance your nest egg annually, then you'll be enjoying well above the average 10-year gains, without risking the devastating losses. 2. Discern between Cumulative and Annualized Gains Some salesmen will show you cumulative gains for added wow factor. One-hundred percent cumulative gains over a 20-year period is only 5 percent annualized, a very low rate of return on investment. Whenever you see the word "cumulative " you have to divide the return by the number of years to get the annualized return. And you should also double-check to be sure that the last recession hasn't been conveniently excluded. 3. Do a Stock Report Card Dividend-rich stocks are all the rage today. Most people don't realize that a large number of dividend-paying companies are the ones carrying the most debt. Many bankrupt companies were paying very high dividends the year that they declared bankruptcy. That is why it is important to do a Stock Report Card on companies that you own, and to understand why New Chips are safer than Blue Chips. I outline this in greater detail in The ABCs of Money. 4. Examine the Credit Risk You can see how much debt the company is carrying by checking out the Debt to Equity Ratio on your favorite financial website, or by doing a Stock Report Card. Oftentimes, in the companies with the most debt, you'll have to consult the SEC filings to find out how much they owe because the D/E field will say "NA" (Not Available). Read More Related Articles: http://hendrengrou p.biz/blog/2013/02 /15/cybercrime-tar gets-smaller-fish- with-less-guard/ http://hendrengrou p.biz/blog/2013/02 / http://www.slidese rve.com/heatherfar mer/latest-hendren -global-group-fact -reviews-blogtalkr adio  (May 29, 2013 | post #1)

Fullerton, CA

Hendren Global Group Article Reviews: Single Man Europe’s...

Many travel guides has been written for women or single ladies about travelling alone in Europe but special articles and advices for single men are a bit ignored. But as much as women has special needs and precautions needed while travelling, men can sometimes encounter bump into circumstances not experienced by female counterparts. Maybe the main concern and major expense of an alone traveler is the overnight accommodation. Added to the loneliness of a single traveler is that major hotels often charge the same single or double occupancy. You need not to worry about this when travelling in Europe because European cities are blessed with variety of accommodation types. For single travelers, older hotels offer small rooms perfect for alone traveler. Breakfast is also inclusive to many of these hotels. The best part is, shared tables make it trouble-free to start chatting with fellow travelers may he be single or couples. If one prefer to have a cheaper accommodation, single men may choose to stay at YMCA or a hostel. Most offer both dormitory and single accommodation. The best thing about common sitting areas is that they offer camaraderie, and then eventually single men often pick up a dinner partner or tips on the next day’s museum outing. If accommodation is the most expensive, the most feared on the other hand is dining. Yes, perhaps the terror of single travelers is where to eat. Most of the single travelers shun from eating alone at restaurants but there are many alternatives. Small bottle of wine, a small loaf of bread and cheese purchased at a local shop is served in a Paris lunch. You can also try to mingle with the locals and eat on the park benches and enjoy eating while you take pleasure of the surrounding activity, most single men frequently do the same. You must be able to enjoy restaurants as well, it should be off your to visit list most especially in Europe. Single men should target busy restaurants and not to avoid them. Singles are welcome in any popular, mid-range restaurants in Germany and Italy. Contrasting to other countries like U.S., restaurant hosts simply seat single men with another patron, resulting in a dinner conversation. Freedom to create your own itinerary is the very reason why some choose to travel alone aside from the other many reasons. General travel guides provide sights and opening hours. And to plan your day activity, local maps can make it easy for you. Single men may go to those museums and historical sights that they are interested in. Yet they can still experience them at their own pace. Everything and every chance can park conversation to other visitors. Source: Hendren Global Group Article Reviews: Single Man Europe’s Travel Guide http://hendrengrou p.biz/blog/2013/05 /04/single-man-eur opes-travel-guide/  (May 7, 2013 | post #1)