Add themes. This is just another way of saying you can add your own background. This doesn’t really increase your productivity, but it makes Gmail so much fun. Adding a theme is also extremely easy. Just click on the Gear icon and choose Mail Settings. Then proceed to Themes tab. You have more than 20 different themes to pick. If you’re having a hard time choosing, simply select Random. The system can the change your theme at any time. And if your creative juice is flowing, you can opt for Create Your Own Theme.
Let’s say you download it, and all seems to be working just fine. One day, you notice your alice mail is a bit more full of junk mail than usual… in fact, even that one obscure e-mail account that you only use for your closest friends and are careful never to open mail from anyone other than your friends on has become flooded with junk mail. What’s going on here? You’ve been duped into downloading a virus. Is that how to password protect a USB device?
So, are Christians more vulnerable to e-mail hijacking? Not because they’re being targeted or persecuted, but because they aren’t taking proper precautions and while we can trust each other, we don’t have to fall like dominoes when one of us is compromised.
First off, for the most part you have to read a TON of email to earn enough credits to send a message. You might read them for a little while but, believe me, it WILL get old fast! Oh but wait. You can purchase extra credits to send more mail if you like. Yup, another way to make money for the list administrator. Hmmm…again, there is nothing really wrong with that but, if your messages are simply going to the list addresses, then odds are they are just getting dumped and NOT read. Even though you now spent money for credits to send a mail with, what did you really accomplish?
One of the key ingredients that your first message needs to have is a strong purpose. No, telling a girl that you barely know on Facebook that she’s cute isn’t a STRONG purpose. It’s a rather weak one.
The truth is, this person doesn’t know you; there is no magic gnome sitting next to you emailing them your password, or a psychic stealing it from your mind. They got your password from that very real looking blizzard e-mail that you got the other day askeing you to verify your account information; or they performed a technique called “Brute Force” hacking. Brute Force Hacking is when an attacker keeps trying to guess your password until they get it right. This often requires an application that generates different number, letter combinations to try. Another method is called dictionary hacking, which generates passwords using commonly used words,Hence the name dictionary attack.
Family Fun Teaching Tip: Let your children bring their spelling list to the table to play Scrabble and give them extra points (you decide how many) for working one of their spelling words into the game.