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Rogue Base Stations

*** Assignment 1 ***
Plagiarism must not exceed 10%
Problem 1:
Rogue Base Stations: Attackers can configure and deploy rogue GSM base stations for the
purposes of harvesting information from mobile users. Describe
1) The attack details,
2) Systems that are vulnerable to such an attack, and
3) Attackers’ capabilities and challenges in attracting users/devices to connect and use such
rogue base stations.
Problem 2:
Attacking Mobile Devices via MMS: Describe the primary differences between MMS and SMS.
Discuss the potential attacks that can be mounted using MMS, and comment on the challenges
of defending against these MMS-based attacks.
MMS: Multimedia Messaging
Include references

Arab-expatriate relations work well

When Arab-expatriate relations
work well
Diversity and discourse in the Gulf Arab
workplace
Mark Neal
Eastern Institute of Technology, Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand
Abstract
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to document and analyze the case of a public sector
organization in the Gulf region, in which Arab-expatriate relations worked well and sustained a
positive and high-performing organizational climate.
Design/methodology/approach – The research employed an embedded ethnographic approach to
produce a case analysis of expatriate-local work relations.
Findings – The study found that although there may be multiple sources of difference and potential
conflict between Arab locals and expatriates in the workplace, there are circumstances where the
effects of such divisions are neutralized, and a positive work environment is sustained. The paper
identifies the key sources of division, and social cohesion, and s

Arab-expatriate relations work well

When Arab-expatriate relations
work well
Diversity and discourse in the Gulf Arab
workplace
Mark Neal
Eastern Institute of Technology, Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand
Abstract
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to document and analyze the case of a public sector
organization in the Gulf region, in which Arab-expatriate relations worked well and sustained a
positive and high-performing organizational climate.
Design/methodology/approach – The research employed an embedded ethnographic approach to
produce a case analysis of expatriate-local work relations.
Findings – The study found that although there may be multiple sources of difference and potential
conflict between Arab locals and expatriates in the workplace, there are circumstances where the
effects of such divisions are neutralized, and a positive work environment is sustained. The paper
identifies the key sources of division, and social cohesion, and s

monitors a computer system

ASSIGNMENT:
You are an IT support engineer and you have been asked to build a GNU/Linux bash script that monitors
a computer system and user activity regularly and logs key information. You need to create a script
“mySysMonitor.sh” that automatically and regularly writes to a log file “mySysMonitor.log”. The log file
will need to contain time-stamped detailed information about significant changes to the following:
a) Current processes
b) Users currently logged in
c) Devices plugged in (e.g. USB)
d) Disk usage
1. Overall disk usage
2. The user’s home directory (/home/someuser…)
3. Other key directories
e) Network interfaces and their states
f) Any other relevant information…
The script will need to be written to extract only key details about the changes to the computer system
such as listed above and add them to an ever-growing log file. Hence the log file should consist of easily
readable key det

FINA2001 Corporate Finance

FINA2001 Corporate Finance_Assessment Brief_Group Assignment_Week 10 Page 1 of 3

ASSESSMENT BRIEF
Subject Code and Name FINA2001 Corporate Finance
Assessment Assessment 3 – Group Assignment
Individual/Group Group
Length No more than 2000 Words
Learning Outcomes This assessment addresses the following subject learning
outcomes:
a) Apply ethical knowledge in financial decision-making
b) Analyse different ways of capital raising
c) Apply methods for stock and bond valuation
d) Identify dividend policies and apply relevant theories
e) Describe diversification strategies
f) Identify financial policies adopted by corporations
g) Work effectively as part of a team
h) Identify potential organisational

Challenge CCNA Security 3.2 Lab Challenge

Brooks: TCC-NE: Page 1 of 2 CCNA Security ZBF Lab Challenge
CCNA Security 3.2 Lab Challenge
ISP
10.2.2.0/30
192.168.3.100/24
.1
.1
R1
R3
Gig 0/0
Gig 0/0
.2 .2
10.1.1.0/30
DMZ
.1
Lo 0
192.168.33.1/24
.1
Web
Server
Sw3
.1
Sw1
192.168.1.100/24
SYSLOG
Server
B
A
Sw2
172.16.20.100/24
Gig 0/1
.1 Fa 0/5
Web Fa 0/18
Server
Fa 0/1
INSIDE
OUTSIDE
S0/0/0
S0/0/0
S0/0/1
172.16.20.201
172.16.20.202
192.168.3.200
C
SYSLOG
Server
Scenario:
As administrator of the DeRosa Company you are in charge of implementing some new security policy
features for your company. Configure the network using EIGRP in AS 123. Then verify end-to-end
connectivity.
Step 1: Configure an ACL using Object-Groups on R3 and verify functionality.
R3 – ACL Configuration using Object–Groups
1. Permit the following:
1) PC–C to HTTP to PC-A and

ACCT 2690 – CAPSTONE ACCOUNTING

ACCT 2690 – CAPSTONE ACCOUNTING
Management Project
Blue Fish Corporation is preparing its budget for the coming year, 2021. The first step is to plan for the first quarter of
that coming year. The company has gathered information from its managers in preparation of the budgeting process.

Sales

Unit sales for November 2020 114,000
Unit sales for December 2020 101,000
Expected unit sales for January 2021 114,000
Expected unit sales for February 2021 114,000

Expected unit sales for March 20

ACCT6001 Accounting Information Systems

ACCT6001 Assessment 4 – Database Application Page 1 of 11

ACC 695 Module Four Case Study Guidelines and Rubric

ACC 695 Module Four Case Study Guidelines and Rubric
Overview: After reading The Runner’s Shop case study in your textbook, respond to questions one through four. These questions will provide the opportunity to
practice reviewing audit documentation to support management assertions. Use examples from the case and at least one scholarly source (other than your
textbook) to support your responses.
Prompt: Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:
 Describe the purposes of audit documentation and explain why each purpose is important.
 Review Green and Brown LLP’s audit documentation guidelines and explain why an audit firm would want to include each of the listed items in its audit
documentation.
 Review the audit documentation prepared by Green and Brown LLP, related to Transaction Reporting System’s (TRS) notes payable, and list deficiencies
on the enclosed schedules.
 Green and Brown LLP

MCIS-4135 Homework Assignment 6

MCIS-4135
Homework Assignment 6
Purpose:
This assignment will give you the opportunity to begin abstract data type programming in C++. The
assignment is written a lot like a recipe, with the hope that you will admire the result, and review
the steps that you took to get there.
This assignment in MCIS-4135 is very similar to an assignment that I use as the entry assignment
for a full C++ course.
This assignment will illustrate how programs are built of multiple files in a programming
environment.
This assignment will also explore ways of establishing encapsulation and data abstraction using
multiple source files.
This assignment will also explore some C++ output formatting capability.
What to hand in:
Hand in listings of the program which must be captured in 3 or more files: a header file, a test
program, and at least one implementation file. Also, hand in the output of a sample run (or runs) of
the program. All

ASSESSMENT BRIEF
Subject Code and Title ACCT6001 Accounting Information Systems
Assessment Assessment 4: Database Application
Individual/Group Individual
Length
Learning Outcomes 1. Explain the characteristics of relational databases
and their role in creation and communication of
business intelligence.
2. Identify and assess IT controls, auditing, ethical,
privacy and security issues with respect to
information.
3. Apply technical knowledge and skills in creating
information for the workplace using spreadsheets
and relational databases.
4. Communicate with IT professionals, stakeholders
and user groups of information systems.