Wednesday, March 17, 2010

AdvAntAgeS of BlogGinG

A blog is a website in which journal entries are posted on a regular basis and typically displayed in reverse chronological order. Many of the advantages and disadvantages of Internet blogging can be judged by the type of blog being maintained. There are some of advantages of blogging:

  • blogs have potential to help the organization
  • blogs in an intranet environment can be excellent way of sharing knowledge
  • the consumer and citizen are potentially better informed
  • blog are allowed to interact with each other
  • blog are easy to create
How to create blog site??

wHat is HacKiNg

The most prominent definition of hacking is the act of gaining access without legal authorization to a computer or computer network. A hacker first attacks an easy target, and then uses it to hide his or her traces for launching attacks at more secure sites. The goal of an attack is to gain complete control of the system. Actually hacking have a lot of disadvantage compare to advantage. Lot of individual use hacking as their medium or platform to get more profits.

AnTi-ViruS SoftwArE

Anti-virus software can identify and block many viruses before they can infect your computer. Once you install anti-virus software, it is important to keep it up to date. Anti-virus software scans files or your computer's memory for certain patterns that may indicate an infection. Example of anti-virus:-

Types of internet security threats

Internet security involves the protection of a computer's internet account and files from intrusion of an unknown user. Computer viruses are software programs deliberately designed to interfere with computer operation, record, corrupt, or delete data, or spread themselves to other computers and throughout the Internet, often slowing things down and causing other problems in the process. The types of internet security threats are:

  • computer virus
  • computer worm
  • trojan
  • spyware
  • malware
  • junkmail

wHaT is e-LeArNinG???

E-Learning is a learning process that is facilitated and enhanced by using digital tools such as CD-ROMs, video conferencing, websites, e-mail and many more, where the content and instruction is delivered electronically. E-learning is commonly referred to the intentional use of networked information and communications technology in teaching and learning. A number of other terms are also used to describe this mode of teaching and learning. In Malaysia, there are some universities have been using e-learning as their learning method. The universities are: