Mildred McAfee (1900-1994) was the first
director of WAVES: Women Accepted for Voluntary Emergency Service, created in
1942, which grew to have as many as 80,000 members enlisted. She was also the
first woman commissioned in the US Naval Reserve, and the first to be awarded
the Navy Distinguished Service Medal.
In addition to her
military service, she also served as director of Wellesley College, and
co-chair of the Women’s Committee for Civil Rights. She was also a US delegate
There’s a sketchy corner of the internet that can only be accessed through networks like Tor called the Dark Web. It is there that you can find new variants of sophisticated malware that promise to hack Apple computers.
Mac computers are typically safe from viruses, as most viruses are built to affect PCs. According to data from McAfee, there are 23 million malicious programs aimed at Windows users, as opposed to roughly 450,000 targeting Mac users.
the two types of malware up for sale on the Dark Web specifically
target Apple products, and they’ve been made available for free by their
creators. Read more (6/13/17)
JOBS/COMPANIES THAT WILL HELP YOU PAY FOR YOUR COLLEGE TUITION.
-JP MORGAN CHASE
-BANK OF AMERICA
-PROCTER & GAMBLE
-BARNES AND NOBLE
this is to just to name a few. Share this post.
To also add they only pay for your tuition if your major is business related. Like business administration, marketing, marketable media, etc.
FYI this article was published today, saying it’s now been confirmed via statement from the studio :)
Based on the Wired article “John McAfee’s Last Stand,” the film tells the true story of tech magnate John McAfee, creator of the McAfee Antivirus software, who cashed-in his fortune, left civilization, and moved to the jungle in Belize. There, he set-up a “Colonel Kurtz-like compound of guns, sex and madness,” according to a statement. In the film, a Wired magazine investigator “accepts what he thinks is a run-of-the-mill assignment to interview McAfee, but once he arrives in Belize, he finds himself pulled into McAfee’s escalating paranoia, slippery reality, and murder.”