Showing posts from January, 2023

Damage Caused by Spam

Why is it necessary to combat spam? Spam started a number of years ago with modest advertising mailings, which over time, have developed into a serious technical, economic and even social threat. Communications overload. Spam blocks communication channels and creates traffic which has to be paid for by either the provider or the user (or the employer in the case of a company). According to estimates by Alexander Ivanov, the President of the Russian Association of Networks and Services, three years ago Internet operators lost $55 million from the damage caused by spam. This figure represents traffic expenses alone. Additionally, there are mail servers which receive and process spam, and these servers have to be maintained by highly-paid specialists. Therefore there are substantial infrastructure running costs also. Waste of time. If spam reaches a user’s inbox, a recipient has to delete it manually. A person who reads 10-20 emails per day may receive in the region of 160-180 spam messag

Freedom Is a State of Mind

Freedom is a concept that has long been revered and sought after by people all around the world. It is often associated with independence, liberty, and the ability to make one's own choices without interference or coercion. But what does it really mean to be free? Is it something that can be attained through external circumstances, or is it a state of mind? In my opinion, freedom is a state of mind. It is not something that can be granted or taken away by external factors, but rather it is something that we must cultivate within ourselves. It is a choice that we make to break free from the chains of fear, insecurity, and the need for external validation. It is the decision to embrace our own power and agency, and to live our lives according to our own values and beliefs. So how do we cultivate this sense of freedom within ourselves? One way is to cultivate a sense of self-awareness and self-acceptance. When we are able to fully understand and accept ourselves, we are better equippe

How to enable Third-Party Cookies on your browsers?

What are cookies? Cookies are small files which are stored on a user’s computer. They are used to hold a modest amount of data specific to a particular client and website and can be accessed either by the web server or by the client's computer. There are two types of cookies: First-party cookies  are created by the site you visit. The site is shown in the address bar. Third-party cookies  are created by other sites. These sites own some of the content, like images, that you see on the webpage you visit. Website use cookies to validate the authentication. Please follow the instructions below to enable your third-party cookies: 1. Google Chrome To enable cookies in Google Chrome (PC): [For most users] Open Chrome, and click on the three dots on the top right side of the window. Select Settings. On the left of the page, select "Privacy and Security". Click on "Cookies and other site data". Under "General setting", select "Allow all cookies". Sel