Did you know that certain lecture halls within WEL and PAI have the technology to allow you to record your lectures so that students have access to them later for class review? Using the Mediasite platform, you can capture the audio, video (wide fixed shot of the instructor's podium), and the computer/document-camera/laptop feeds (one at a time) and have them published to a central server that students can access for up to one year via a UT EID login. This service is currently available at no cost to instructors and students.
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Ransomware is a term used for malware that infects a computer and makes changes to a computer or the files on it that may be undone after the computer's owner pays the attacker.
The most common form of change that ransomware currently makes is encryption of files on the computer it infects.
Unlike most malware, ransomware does not stay in stealth mode on a computer it infects. Rather, after ransomware has finished making changes to the computer or files, it announces its presence to the computer's owner. The announcement may