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Unit6

  1. 1. Webmastering BASICS Using Dreamweaver Unit 6 Hosting and Maintenance
  2. 2. Choosing and Registering a Domain Name A WHOIS search allows you to determine whether a domain name is available for registration.2
  3. 3. Network Solutions’ Whois Search3
  4. 4. Who is search for hwscott.net4
  5. 5. Registering a Domain5
  6. 6. Why is Antivirus Protection Important6
  7. 7. Security and Virus Protection  Viruses can do everything from delete your files, prevent your computer from starting, or more commonly, use your computer to send spam or more viruses.  If you run a windows machine, and are connected to the internet, virus scanning is a must.7
  8. 8. What are Viruses?  Computer viruses are named such due to their similarities to biological viruses.  Computer viruses are malicious programming designed to replicate and spread.  Though their purposes differ from virus to virus they commonly modify, delete or even steal data from your computer.8
  9. 9. What are Viruses? continued  They can also allow hackers access and control your PC over the Internet.  Most viruses are designed to be covert, at least until they execute their main function, meaning without antivirus protection you may not even know when your computer is infected.9
  10. 10. Macs and Security and Virus Protection  If you run a Mac operating system, it is debatable whether you need virus protection. Generally the reason for having a virus scanner is to downstream check.  Over 99.9% of viruses only work on windows, so your chances of getting a virus on a Mac system is very slim, but you can still pass them on.10
  11. 11. Beware, viruses can be sent in files  If you regularly send files to your friends via email (i.e., funny videos, pictures, word documents, games), and those friends use windows, you should consider virus scanning the files before sending them on.  This is not necessary if you use a service that checks your emails for you, such as Hotmail or GMail. A good Mac virus scanner is ClamX.11
  12. 12. Proxy Use  It only takes one proxy to put a gaping hole in network security.  Proxy sites help malware and other web- related threats to sneak into networks undetected.  SSL proxies are a particular problem since the secure tunnels used allow viruses and worms to sidestep network anti-virus and web filtering security entirely.12
  13. 13. Phishing and Password Theft  Many proxy users are unaware of the risks to their own personal security and identity.  Malicious proxy servers do exist and are capable of recording everything sent to the proxy, including unencrypted logins and passwords.13
  14. 14. Phishing and Password Theft  Although some proxy networks claim to only use „safe‟ servers, due to the „anonymous‟ nature of these tools, proxy server safety is impossible to police.  Users understand that whenever they use a proxy, they risk someone “in the middle” reading their data.14
  15. 15. Copyright and Fair Use for Students Because you are a student, you can use copyrighted material.  You have to follow certain guidelines when using copyrighted material.15
  16. 16. Student Copyright Guidelines  Web Images: You can use up to 10% or 15 images (whichever is less) from any one collective work (such as a web page or a book) in your presentation.  Music: You can include 10% or 30 seconds of a song (whichever is less) in your presentation.16
  17. 17. Student Copyright Guidelines  Illustrations: You may use no more than 5 images by 1 artist.  Motion: You may put 10% or 3 minutes (whichever is less) of a copyrighted film into your presentation.  Any image that you find online needs a citation.  Paste the URL of the image directly beneath it.17
  18. 18. Copyright Resources  http://www.cyberbee.com/cb_copyright.swf  http://kb.iu.edu/data/arit.html  http://www.copyrightkids.org/cbasicsframes.htm18

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