A backdoor is a malware type that negates normal authentication procedures to access a system. As a result, remote access is granted to resources within an application, such as databases and file servers, giving perpetrators the ability to remotely issue system commands and update malware.
I'd like to plug my second novel, Threat of Night, which is about a reporter in Berkeley in 1941 who uncovers a Nazi spy ring. I feel justified using DBD to do so because the protagonist is a former Cal running back and the book includes two scenes at Bear games. One against St. Mary's in which Oski first appears and the other at the '41 Big Game, a Cal upset win. The details in the novel about Cal football are all historically accurate. Indeed I did extensive research in trying to recreate the Berkeley of 1941 and the country in general. Here's a link, and oh by the way, Go Bears!
First White Castle opens in Florida. At this point in the line, your wait is ____ minutes.
What's your plan to seduce Bill Gates?
Elsewhere in college
OUR CRUMBLING DEMOCRACY
A FB post on my s-i-l page led me to see that Oakland was first incorporated on May 4, 1852. So happy birthday Oakland.
Did someone yesterday post about this? Can't find it.
I read about it somewhere, and then later in the day, a friend of mine mentioned a tweet reply of his that had 1000+ likes. And it was in here.
Was weird to hear about a random tweet 2x within a couple of hours...
Nhial D - South Sudanese refugee admitted to UC Berkeley now seeks admission to new university
"Nhial was admitted to UC Berkeley and was eager to attend, when he learned that UC Berkeley offered no financial aid to international students. He is thus looking for a new university to attend."
Crossword friends: the monthly music meta is now up https://www.washingtonpost.com/crossword-puzzles/monthly-music-meta/?itid=sf__subnav
DBD book club