We're Going to the Moon
July 8th, 2014 — 6 p.m.** <---------
Location information is
now to attend!
is 2020 and for the
first time since
the last Apollo mission a crew of astronauts is
returning to the Moon in order to establish a
permanent self-sustaining settlement that will
eventually become a stepping-stone for planetary exploration by humans.
The crew must work together to accomplish the tasks necessary for a
successful landing, but will they be able to solve the emergencies they
encounter along the way?
We will break into two groups—some on the flight deck and others at
Mission Control Houston.
Pizza and drinks will be served.
Town of Ramapo
Challenger Learning Center
225 Route 59
For more information, see www.lhvcc.com.
For further information,
contact Tom Osbeck at
August 12th, 2014 — 7:15 p.m.
join the Rockland PC Users Group for our
general meeting at Palisades Center Mall,
1000 Palisades Center Drive, W. Nyack, NY
now to attend!
widely used antivirus program, Avast!, is the evening’s topic. This
presentation focuses on those computer users who are not “IT geeks” and
Join presenter Bob
Gostischa as he simplifies, clarifies, and
demystifies your computer. He will make your Internet experience a
safe, secure, and, enjoyable one.
- Installing Avast free on
your new computer
so you’re protected against viruses, worms, Trojans, rootkits
- Features and benefits of
- Removing pre-installed
programs (trialware and PUPs)
- 21 programs that should
be on every
- Computer safety tips
- Android smartphone/tablet
at Palisades Center Mall on page 7 of Newsletter
contact Tom Osbeck at
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July-August 2014 Westchester
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In the last several years, the use of
malicious software (malware) by online criminals has emerged as a
global cybersecurity threat.Of the available intrusion devices, the
“bot,” or Web robot, is particularly pervasive, allowing an attacker to
take control remotely of
a compromised computer or computers. Invisible to victims, these
networks, called “botnets,” can include hundreds of thousands of
machines around the world, controlled by a cyber criminal, or “bot
herder.” . Read
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