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Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Anti-terroism Training Level 1 Answers

1) True or False: When possible, it is best to always travel with a cell phone. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 2)    [objective25]  
         True (correct)

2) True or False: In the event of a skyjacking, you should immediately attempt to subdue the skyjackers. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 4)    [objective24]  
         False (correct)

3) True or False: The ticketing area is more secure than the area beyond the security check point. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 3)    [objective12]  
         False (correct)

4) Keeping a well-maintained vehicle is considered a "best practice" from both a security and safety perspective. True or False? (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 2)    [objective13]  
         True (correct)

5) True or False: Internet acquaintances can pose a security threat and should be carefully monitored. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 5)    [objective22]  
         True (correct)

6) Force Protection Condition DELTA means that your base is at which one of the following? (Introduction to Antiterrorism, Page 10)    [objective3]  
         The least increased level of protection
         The most increased level of protection (correct)
         A medium level of protection

7) Which of the following is NOT a recommended response to an active shooter incident? (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Pages 3 and 4)    [objective9]   [Remediation Accessed :N]
         Look for a place to hide or an area that can be barricaded
         Look for possible escape routes from the area
         Find something solid to dive behind
         Provide instructions to arriving emergency response personnel (correct)
         If necessary, actively resist the perpetrator

8) Which one of the following is NOT an early indicator of a potential insider threat? (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 3)    [objective8]  
         Anti-American statements asserting that US policy and authority is illegitimate
         Abnormal mood swings, depression, and suicidal remarks
         Aggression or threats toward co-workers
         Presence of unauthorized weapons
         A reasonable disagreement with a US Government policy (correct)

9) Which of the following have NOT been targeted or plotted against by terrorists or violent individuals? (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 1)    [objective11]  
         None of these answers (correct)
         Political events
         Sporting events
         Places of religious association
         Public infrastructure

10) True or False: Terrorists usually avoid tourist locations since they are not DOD-related. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 1)
         False (correct)

11) What is NOT a physical security measure for your home? (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 2)    [objective10]  
         Hiding a key outside to ensure family members can get in if they lose their keys. (correct)
         Monitoring Internet acquaintances of all family members.
         Confirming that a cleaning company is reliable and licensed.
         Changing locks to ensure key control.
         Having good relations with neighbors and looking out for each other.

12) Select all factors that are ways in which you might become the victim of a terrorist attack. (Introduction to Antiterrorism, Page 4)    [objective2]  
          Predictability (correct)
          Association (correct)
          Location (correct)
          Opportunity (correct)

13) Alerts from the National Terrorism Advisory System apply only to the United States and its possessions. (Introduction to Antiterrorism, Page 12)    [objective4]  
         True (correct)

14) Electronic audio and video devices are never used by terrorists for surveillance purposes. True or False? (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 4)    [objective6]  
         False (correct)

15) True or False: The initial moments of a hostage taking incident can be extremely dangerous. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 2)    [objective27]  
         True (correct)

16) Which of the following is NOT an Antiterrorism Level I theme? (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 2)    [objective5]  
         Report and Respond
         Counter-surveillance (correct)
         Don't be a Target
         Be Vigilant

17) Persons who have been given access to an installation can be counted on to be of no threat. True or False? (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 3)    [objective7]   [Remediation Accessed :N]
         False (correct)

18) True or False: Room invasions are a significant security issue for hotels located in CONUS. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 1)    [objective26]  
         True (correct)

19) True or False: In an active shooter incident involving firearms you should immediately lie on the ground. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 2)    [objective21]  
         False (correct)

20) Which one of these is NOT a physical security feature you should check when inspecting your hotel room? (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 4)    [objective14]  
         Operational telephone
         Functioning locks on doors and windows
         Proximity of room to emergency exits
         Lockbox or safe (correct)
         Whether or not the door is solid

21) From the following choices, select the factors you should consider to understand the threat in your environment. (Introduction to Antiterrorism, Page 3)    [objective1]  
          Are terrorist groups predictable? (correct)
          How sophisticated are terrorist groups? (correct)
          Will local citizens warn Americans about terrorist groups? (correct)
          Are terrorist groups violent? (correct)
          How active are terrorist groups? (correct)
          Do terrorist groups attack Americans? (correct)
          Are terrorist groups in the area? (correct)
          What tactics and weapons are used by terrorist groups? (correct)

22) True or False: Everyone on an installation has shared responsibility for security. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 2)    [objective19]  
         True (correct)

23) IEDs may come in many forms and may be camouflaged to blend in to the surrounding environment. True or False? (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 3)    [objective28]  
         True (correct)

24) Knowing indicators of an unstable person can allow you to identify a potential insider threat before an incident. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 4)    [objective20]  
         True (correct)

25) True or False: Reasons for acquiring hostages include publicity, use as a bargaining chip while executing other crimes, the forcing of political concessions, and ransom. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 1)    [objective15]  
         True (correct)

26) Early symptoms of a biological attack may appear the same as common illnesses. True or False? (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 2)    [objective16]  
         True (correct)

27) True or False: Security is a team effort. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 6)    [objective17]  
         True (correct)

28) True or False: Surveillance can be performed through either stationary or mobile means. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 3)    [objective18]  
         True (correct)

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

To use the “java” command-line tool you need to install a JDK.

Fix Java Command-Line Tool Pop-Up on Mac OS X

Some info about it:

After upgrading to a newer version of Mac OS X (Yosemite 10.10 and El Capitan 10.11) or macOS (Sierra 10.12 and High Sierra 10.13), you may end up getting an annoying new pop-up message whenever you start your computer. It says, “To use the java command-line tool, you need to install a JDK.” It asks you to click “More Info” and visit the JDK (Java Developer Kit) download website.
The reason you’re receiving this message is due to the removal of Java support in newer versions of OS X for security reasons. Older software such as Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator requires legacy Java support. Without a compatible Java command-line tool for these software, you’ll get this pop-up every time you turn on your Mac computer.
When you visit the download website to update Java, you find that the issue isn’t resolved! You’re still getting the same pop-up. This isn’t a complicated issue to fix, but it is an indirect one. The problem is that you’re not being routed to the correct download website when you click “More Info.”
Apple could have remedied this issue by programming the “More Info” button to direct you to the right fix. 

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Cannot restore because the backup was corrupt or not compatible

I had this same issue and was very nervous I had a corrupt file on my old iPhone (6s Plus). It ended up being a software update issue! I always kept my previous iPhone updated but the new iPhone (X) I purchased was not updated. Once I updated the new iPhone, I was able to restore it from iTunes!

>>Make sure both phones are operating on the same software versions