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Please do help/guide me.
Haha are you still a high schooler?
@Desconhecidai am a college drop out.Might need some English vocab later on, my Guru.🤭
What did you study?
@DesconhecidaComputer Hacking & Forensic investigation.
Why those 2?
@Desconhecidai have my interest in it.
Teach me the first one, to make me safe
@Desconhecidato make yourself safe, u don't necessarily need to learn Computer Hacking. 😂But there's sub-subject under it called Computer Security.This is the subject which i recommend for most people to learn.
It consists in having an antivirus?
@Desconhecidahaving updated AntiVirus is just a small part of it.From my experience, most people don't even know what are they even doing (read: click) while browsing the internet.There's a lot of times i saw them fall prey to malware/virus.
Most of the time it's comes from link (s) they clicked.They don't realise the link (s) sometimes is a command to download a virus/malware.What's making it worse is if link (s) is giving permission to install such thing silently.From that point, the system is fucked..
Okay. Thank you.
@Desconhecidait's my pleasure.
So i choose to say YES to date them.
So the grade as such doesn't matter but their approach towards education and their choice of lifestyle with respect to college matters a lot.
Foolish of you to equate education and intelligence.
I’m not necessarily equating education to intellect, but this question is assuming that I am a top student at a top school. Someone who wasn’t a good student likely wouldn’t have anything to say on the topics that I would be studying and knowledgeable on. They might still be smart in their own way, but it wouldn’t be as palpable to my tastes