“Tavis Ormandy, a researcher in Google’s Project Zero cybersecurity analysis group, revealed the “details of multiple critical vulnerabilities” in a blog post Tuesday. He explained that the bugs are in Symantec’s “core engine,” which underlies all of its products – including brands like Norton Security, Norton 360, and Symantec Endpoint Protection.”
Although WordPress is available again after the recent outage, any files up uploaded between April 15 and June 20 were lost. If you go to your Media Library, you will see blank squares in place of your files. You should re-upload any missing files being sure not to change their names. The images will then re-appear on the pages where you included them.
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“To set-up your iPad so that you can make and receive calls go to Settings–> FaceTime and toggle iPhone Cellular calls to the “on” position. You can also elect to receive FaceTime calls, too, and choose which of your connected phone numbers and email addresses will share your cellular connection between your iPad to your iPhone while on the same Wi-fi connection.”
The Career Development Program in the Arts and Sciences encourages the research efforts of junior faculty by offering start-up support up to $2,500 towards the one-time purchase of a computer and an allowance of $2,250 per year to defray research and professional expenses under the Faculty Research Allowance Program.
Systems Administrator, Psychology Department, Columbia University, New York, NY 10027 (2013-2017)