This course is designed for high school students and youth who would like to work in the
technology field as a career. Students learn about the personal and professional
responsibilities associated with ethical technology usage and present their
possibilities and limitations. Students also learn about ethical websites and how
to work with the Internet. At the end of the course, students present a written
project on an ethical issue.
March 19th 2013.
Study Mode: Online.
Study Mode Fee:
$75 per student in the group.
I am certified from the National Center for Law Enforcement as a Computer Crime Investigator and from the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists as a Computer Forensic Investigator. I have been in law enforcement for 29 years, 16 years of which were with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, and spent the last 13 years with the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Department. At the Sheriff’s Department, I investigated computer crimes and computer related investigations, and at the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, I investigated computer crimes, homicides, kidnapping, extortion, rape and serial killings. I am a recent graduate of the FBI National Academy at Quantico, Virginia, where I participated in the Management of Computer Forensics course, and I am currently working with the FBI’s White Collar Crime Unit as a Criminal Computer Analyst. I have also been featured on News/TV shows, including “America’s Most Wanted”, “America’s Most Wanted 20 Most Wanted”, “America’s Most Wanted Online”, and the CBS Television Series “Crime Show”.
Student must have basic computer skills and be able to operate a mouse and a keyboard.
Internet Crimes Against Children
Hosting and Web Security
Length of Program:
Year of Program Availability:
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email program mailbox, notifies you when there is
mail to be sent to an external account or when
new mail is received, can handle SMTP mail and
POP3 mail with one program, handles all incoming and
outgoing mail for your local network as well as fetching mail from external accounts.
Note: You must
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restricted to access only local mail.
The email address of the server account is
supplied in the “User: ” line of the text file,
after the server name.
The “Mailbox: ” line is
required to identify the local mailbox the server
should push mail to or poll for mail.
Incoming mail is dumped into the
specified local mailbox.
Outgoing mail is sent from the
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using the “maildir” form of the “Mailbox: ” line.
Maildirs are created and deleted by Post Office itself, so the size of the
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(defined as anyone other than the administrator) will not receive mail.
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(incoming mail) and read mail from (outgoing mail).
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Specifies the prefix to be appended to the
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Specifies how Post Office should search for a mailbox.
Specifies how Post Office should match the
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Creates maildir files of the type ‘d’ for receiving
Creates maildir files of the type ‘u’ for receiving
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