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The following information is from K’bir’s new e-book on preventing bullying and harassment. It will be released next month, stay tuned for more information.
If you want to know how to get revenge on a public computer, follow the directions outlined in this chapter.
There will sooner or later come a time that you need, or want to use a public computer to send e-mail, or investigate your enemy.
If you don’t have a laptop, or access to another trusted desktop computer, you will need to use a public computer at a library, community center, university, or at an Internet Cafe.
When using these computers, you need to think of your privacy first.
Occasionally, these computers are accidentally or purposely infected with keyloggers, Trojans and viruses. The last thing you want is someone to steal your personal information, or hack into your e-mails.
Here are some simple steps to keep your information safe, and to avoid infected computers:
1. Online Virus Scanners
This should be your first line of defense when using public computers. Check to see if the computer you are using is infected. Don’t rely on the virus scanner of the public computer that you are using, because it might not be up-to-date.
Scan your public computer with one of these:
2. Use Portable Encrypted Flash Drives
It’s best to keep all of your personal information that you need to surf the Internet on a portable encrypted drive. Portable devices can be purchased at any electronics store, or department store.
To encrypt your flash drive, download TrueCrypt (it’s free).
TrueCrypt creates a virtual encrypted disk within a file and mounts it as a real disk. You can use TrueCrypt to encrypt a section of your portable drive. You want to do this to hide your personal information that you will need to access when using public computers.
For information on how to install and use TrueCrypt, check out their tutorial on their website.
I can’t emphasize this enough, make sure you use TrueCrypt to protect and hide your personal information from people who are trying to hack, or who have already infected the computer that you are going to use.
FSekrit is a very small application that works like a notepad when it is open, but when you close it, it’s a locked application, which needs a password to open and view the contents.
This is a good program to hide your e-mail passwords, site information, and other personal information that you don’t want any strangers to see.
Never Type Your Passwords on a Public Computer
To avoid possible keyloggers that might be installed on the public computer that you are using, never type passwords, or other personal information on a public keyboard. Instead, copy and paste your private information.
If you use a program, like FSekrit, you can just open it up, and then copy and paste any personal information from FSekrit, directly to the web browser.
NEVER TYPE YOUR PASSWORDS OR PERSONAL INFORMATION ON A PUBLIC COMPUTER!
To make double sure no one ever gets your passwords, save your passwords in FSekrit using other encrypted text.
Check out this example below:
This is a sample of a text file that I saved with four passwords that I often use for e-mail and other sites. Do you think someone could find them? No, and they won’t find yours either, even if somehow, they got a hold of your FSekrit file, and guessed the password to open it. They still wouldn’t have any of your passwords.
Now, look at the image below to where I hid my passwords:
This is a foolproof way to hide any passwords!
By using these simple tips, you can carry out your revenge tactics on a public computer. Of course, it’s always better to use your own laptop, but if you don’t have access to one, this is the best alternative.
Teacher Sheri Davis forgot about contacting the principal, then decided to issue corporate punishment on one of her students. (Click on video below)
Thinking the teacher was just playing, kids were laughing and a few students started their cell phone cameras to record the action.
Other teachers were also standing around watching the event, but none of them bothered to stop the teacher from beating down the student.
Like some bad cops, teachers are now taking matters into their own hands with our kids. When kids get out of line and break the law, they are rightfully punished. The same thing should happen to any adults that put their hands on kids.
The best lesson to all of this is for people to keep the cell phone and video cameras rolling. The only way to get these rogue teachers away from the classrooms is to catch them on tape.
Hopefully, the parents of this student will sue whoever they can, and that might deter the next teacher who pulls such a stunt.