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The security mindset given a scenario come up with ż

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The Security Mindset Given a scenario, come up with… ż 3ssMts Anything that is considered valuable and worth protecting At a clothing store, these would include clothes, money, and personnel ż <PhrMIts Ŷ \KGRlOYsZtOI situations that could arise which threaten the provided assets Robbery, violence, fire, etc. ż 5ountMrmMIsurMs EUUH 3nITlysQis What could you do to protect your assets? Is it effective? Cost effective? Why/why not? Bringing in a SWAT team is KLLKIZtO\vK , but not IUoYsZt KLLKIZtO\vK Security cameras are KLLKIZtO\vK and IUoYsZt KLLKIZtO\vK Any good examples?
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Git and Python
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GitHub Classroom New this semester, so please be patient and give feedback! We will generate a git repository for you for each project Important! 8Iy IttMntQion to wPhIt wM sIy to nImM your proRjMKt Ogroups
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Generate the lab assignment Visit this link! You’ll need to authorize Github Classroom to access some of your account.
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Python What is it? High-level programming language Widely used in industry Object-oriented Interpreted Why do I need it for 388? Easy to write, easy to read LOTS of libraries Useful language to have in your toolbelt Lots of resources available for help
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Python versions Version 2 Better library support Installed by default on Mac and most Linux distros Version 3 Introduced in 2008 Emphasis on better improvement on version 2 without regards to backwards compatibility Both versions are installed on CAEN Linux, we will be using Version 2 Code between the versions is not cross compatible!
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Git What is it? Version control system used to track changes in files and to coordinate work on the files among multiple people Widely used in industry Why do I need it for 388? Synchronize work with your partner Keeps backups of your work In case of catastrophe, you can prove you did the work before the deadline
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Git Lingo Repository (repo): project directory, including revision history Clone: make a local copy of your repo Pull: Update your RlUoIGRl repo with any changes made to the XrKSmUoZtK repo Push: Update the XrKSmUoZtK repo with changes you made RlUoIGRlRly Branch: A parallel version of your directory Git Glossary:
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git it Log into CAEN Linux or a personal machine with git Verify that git is installed on the machine you’re working on e.g. “git --version” Do global setup locally or on CAEN machine: git config --global user.name "uniqname" git config --global user.email "[email protected]"
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Clone your repo In your preferred workspace: git clone cd lab0-username Can find the real URL here!
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Follow the instructions in the README!
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  • Winter '16
  • Matt Hicks
  • Ruby, Revision control, Piazza, git

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