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Sun joins a growing list of college students who have chosen hacking over studying to boost grades. The students have exposed lax computer security on campuses increasingly under trying to steal intellectual property developed by professors.

In this video, I'm showing you guys 10 different life hacks for school and life hacks for studying, taking test, doing homework, and procrastination! Obviously this video is very inspired by Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide because that was basically my childhood.

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CEH Certified Ethical Hacker Study Guide
Kimberly Graves
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Through approved EC-Council training partners, you can take a live, five-day onsite or online training course to prepare for the CEH cert. You can generally take live online classes over five consecutive days; onsite courses typically offer the content spread over a couple weeks for locals. In addition, you can take self-paced courses and work with self-study materials (including the CEH Certified Ethical Hacker Study Guide book) with or without the training courses. The EC-Council also offers iLabs, a subscription based-service that allows you to log on to virtualized remote machines to perform exercises.

"Concealing a password might help solve part of the problem, but there is so much more information that can be visually hacked—hard copy documents, email contents, presentations and more," Ponemon said. "Preventing visual hacking requires a holistic security and privacy program designed to protect information from a range of threats."The study reported that organizations that have comprehensive privacy-control practices in place reported 26 percent fewer visual privacy breaches. Ponemon explained that a combination of company policies and visual-privacy products is the best approach to helping prevent visual hacking. 3M, the sponsor of the Ponemon visual hacking study, sells screen privacy products.