The USB Rubber Ducky is a famous hacker tool that allows quick exploitation of a target computer, provided you know what script you want to run in advance.

SecurityFWD will try out a new tool called the Wi-Fi Duck that allows a hacker to connect and run payloads from up to blocks away.

This allows hackers to run USB Rubber Ducky like scripts without needing to know what kind of computer they’re hacking in advance.

In this step-by-step Python for beginners tutorial, Kevin Stratvert  teaches you how to get started programming in Python.

In this video, I assume that you are completely new to programming. We’ll walk through how to get Python, how to run your first code, and how to get an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) to help you code faster. You’ll also learn about variables and how to set them. We’ll look at functions, if statements, while and for loops, and we’ll import libraries. At the end, we’ll also look at how you can troubleshoot your code, for instance, when you run into syntax, semantic, or runtime errors. By the end, you’ll know how to run code and you’ll also understand the basic concepts of programming.

Kevin Stratvert provides this step-by-step tutorial, learn how to create a fillable PDF form for free using LibreOffice.

LibreOffice is free and open source software that allows you to create forms and export as a PDF form. When you distribute your form, others can fill out your form easily. Once they complete your form, they can print or save their responses in PDF format. You can create a form using things like check boxes, option buttons, text boxes, and drop-down lists.

In this post from Leila Gharani, you’ll learn how to successfully teach online with Microsoft Teams. You’ll keep your students engaged and as teachers you can stay organized. Also if you’re thinking of taking your classes online, make sure you go through my list of important tips. The list of Teams tips is based on what I learnt teaching classes online. This will make distance learning more fun and easy to manage.

If you’re a teacher and you use Microsoft Teams for distance learning these tips will help you keep your students engaged and to stay organized.

Time Stamps

  • 00:00 Top Tips for Teaching Using Microsoft Teams
  • 00:34 Launch Polls from a Teams Meeting
  • 02:52 Use Together Mode in Microsoft Teams
  • 03:42 Disable Chat During a Teams Meeting
  • 04:37 Annotate Your Screen in Teams With ZoomIt
  • 06:30 Use 2 Devices to Check Student’s Experience
  • 07:29 Download the Attendance List in Teams
  • 08:02 Use the Whiteboard in Microsoft Teams
  • 09:01 Check Assignment Options in Teams
  • 11:24 Change Default Assignment Settings in Teams
  • 12:18 Hide Student Names for Anonymous Grading in Teams
  • 13:01 Wrap Up

In this step-by-step tutorial from Kevin Stratvert, learn how to use animations in Microsoft PowerPoint. Learn animation fundamentals, layer on multiple animations, adjust the duration and speed, and build out a complete animation scene.

You’ll also learn how to use morph and advanced morph to animate objects. At the end, you’ll learn how to animate 3D objects. By the end, you’ll know all the essentials of animating in PowerPoint.

Timestamps

  • 0:00 Introduction
  • 0:52 Create first animation
  • 4:27 More animations / effects
  • 5:42 Effect options
  • 6:35 Add multiple animations
  • 8:28 Trigger from same shape
  • 9:57 Copy animations to other objects
  • 13:01 Trigger from another shape
  • 13:24 Animation pane
  • 15:15 Start options: On click, with previous, after previous
  • 17:42 Duration & delay
  • 19:50 Add animations in sequence
  • 21:02 Advanced timing options
  • 23:10 Advanced effects
  • 24:27 Remove animations
  • 24:45 Play from
  • 25:09 Animate text
  • 28:34 Pull it all together – advanced animation example
  • 35:28 Morph & advanced morph
  • 37:58 3D animations
  • 41:03 Wrap up