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You could write a bit of code that automatically translates file paths between operating systems.
Have the paths be a variable and have that variable go through a subroutine that checks the OS and other relevant issues to make sure the path information is accurate.
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You can't fool me...I'm not going to click any links on this craptacular "story."
Why did you receive a death threat? You do appreciate a death threat is worse then a rape threat right?
What were you doing?
As to receiving hate email, I don't receive much either but then I go out of my way to make that impossible. I do receive a fair amount of hate on any internet forum that discusses topics of religion, philosophy, economics, or often science as the case may be... On the purely technical forums I generally don't get any heat.
But the instant a topic is started that involves people's identities or world views... Boom. Hate everywhere.
And what would you have me do with it? Run away ceding the argument to anyone willing to drop an F bomb? Call for the help of the admin and be branded a coward, weak, cry baby, etc? Should I simply remain polite even with someone spitting in my face. Allowing them to color every point with invective while I hold to nothing but a purely logical position devoid of emotion or reprisal?
or should I engage them on fronts and attempt to rip apart their likely immature ego at the same I rip apart their argument?
Choose any of the above or possibly something I didn't cite. That's your choice. But don't fault me for engaging. Its what I do.
And here someone is going to accuse me of being an internet tough guy just for saying I believe in holding my ground when challenged. Because not running away apparently is a sign of empty and immature bravado.
The counter arguments are as tedious as they are intellectually vacuous.
Some people just think its time to pass, while on the other hand it is fun and exciting for some. And then there are those, who look for every opportunity to watch porn, whether in secrecy or in a blatantly unreserved manner.
Pornographic addiction can also be because of too much sex activities in ones life or the total lack of it. Pornography addiction is just like somebody craving to have a cigarette. Some people watch porn simply for the sake of watching; others do it to excite themselves. There are people addicted to pornography because they want to imitate every act in their own sexual lives and there are even those who do it because of depression.
Most of the people might not even know if they are addicted to it or not, because watching too much of porn becomes their habit and they feel as if their life revolves around it. However, such people do not realize that it can also become dangerous for them in a way. They might not realize that having such a kind of addiction can have negative consequences in their lives. They might just start to neglect their responsibilities towards their work, or might also land up in embarrassing situations at work or a college campus.
Pornography can also cause problems in relationships such as creating an emotional distance with the one you love. People may also lose a relationship due to this. But have you ever wondered is there a cure for it? Can people actually get out of this addiction or not? Yes there is a way of overcoming pornography addiction. People can make a list about the positives and negatives of watching too much of porn, and what are their views about it. What is it that is making them do this? They should start spending more time with their family and friends and not stay alone for a long time. Self-analysis is important to help you rid your inner evils. You can seek a more pleasurable and beautiful experience from a real relationship where sexual acts have a meaning.
Busy yourself with extracurricular activities like playing table tennis or may be go for a swim, basically trying to identify what can help them relax, and at the same time enjoy the activity and feel refreshed. Most important is to find a solution as to what makes them happy about life and think positive. If a person thinks positive and accepts the challenges of life he can overcome any kind of addiction provided you have the determination and the right attitude towards life. If you find it difficult to adhere to self help disclose your problem to a close one and let them guide you. Seeking medical as well as psychological help can sometimes be necessary.
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Sometimes yes, but not always true. Sure, "Free Porn" will get a whole lot of clicks, especially from uneducated people (who are usually schooled shortly thereafter by the spammer).
Professional phishing is geared to make it look like something the target company sent out. Working in DOD for about a decade, I saw some exceptional work. They register domains similar enough to the company and often related (support-raytheon for example) so that even people that look for questionable URLs can be fooled.
How are spammers successful so often? Simple, companies don't train people.
At the DOD site I worked at, it was a weekly training memo from our security team on the latest threats. Phishing was always a topic. People had to read the briefings or they could be terminated. 3-4 questions were enough to ensure people at least skimmed the content. Before you get anal about productivity, the email was a 2 minute read max, so even if you had to read it twice to answer the few questions it was a whopping 5 minutes out of your Friday.
We experienced numerous well crafted phishing attacks, and had 1 person out of 5,800 click the link. That person immediately contacted security, and we reset all of their account data. That was 1 out of 5,800 once, and we had professional campaigns run against us several times a year.
Now, take the average IT company in Silicon Valley which spends no time training on these issues (if your company has security awareness training I'm not referring to you, your company is not "average"). Since their people lack training, it's not uncommon to see 10% success in a phishing campaign. Compounding the problem, people often won't report the breach until it's too late if they report the incident at all (cultural issue with many companies in SV).