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Money Mondays: Ransomware And How To Protect Yourself From It

[ad_1] What is ransomware, and why are we talking about it? We have all heard of malware, right? It stands for malicious software, and includes viruses that infects your computer if you click a link, or spyware that gathers information on you without you knowing. But malware also includes an emerging, and very troubling type called ransomware. As the name suggests, cybercriminals gain access to your information, like personal or business financial documents, priceless family photos, and other irreplaceable items you have on your computer, and they hold them for ransom. The criminals will ask you to pay up, or risk losing...

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Little Know Black History Fact: African Heritage Cultural Center

[ad_1] Since 1975, the African Heritage Cultural Center has remained a hub of Black culture for residents from its base in Miami and across the South Florida region. Aside from providing world-class instruction to area youth in the arts, many students who entered the AHCAC have gone on to stellar careers in various capacities. President Lyndon B. Johnson’s Model City program provided the initial start of the AHCAC. Formerly known as the Model City Cultural Arts Center, the AHCAC has not only provided lessons in vocal and instrumental music, dance, film and visual arts, it has hosted several prominent names from...

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Aspiring Astronaut Graduates Clark Atlanta U. At 19

[ad_1] A young man’s dream of space exploration is that much closer to reality when he graduates college this spring. But that’s not even the most amazing part of his story. When he graduates this May, he’ll be just 19-years-old. That’s right, when most students are either just starting or completing their freshman year, 19-year-old Ronald McCullough will be a college graduate. Atlanta Patch reports: McCullough, whose genius-level intelligence allowed him to skip second grade altogether, was 15 when he finished high school and just 16 when he arrived at CAU. He will graduate from college with honors with a B.A. in...

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