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Stopping Windows Anti Viruses & Firewall Services

Posted in Firewalls (75),Security (1500) by Guest on the February 28th, 2011

Stop Service list of Antiviruses & Firewalls:

net stop _Avp32.exe
net stop _Avpcc.exe
net stop _Avpm.exe
net stop Ackwin32.exe
net stop Agnitum Outpost Firewall
net stop Anti-Trojan.exe
net stop ANTIVIR
net stop Apvxdwin.exe
net stop ATRACK
net stop Autodown.exe
net stop AVCONSOL
net stop Avconsol.exe
net stop Ave32.exe
net stop Avgctrl.exe
net stop Avkserv.exe
net stop Avnt.exe
net stop Avp.exe
net stop AVP.EXE
net stop AVP32
net stop Avp32.exe
net stop Avpcc.exe
net stop Avpdos32.exe
net stop Avpm.exe
net stop Avptc32.exe
net stop Avpupd.exe
net stop Avsched32.exe
net stop AVSync Manager
net stop AVSYNMGR
net stop Avwin95.exe
net stop Avwupd32.exe
net stop Blackd.exe
net stop BLACKICE
net stop BlackICE Defender
net stop Blackice.exe
net stop CA Sessionwall-3
net stop Cfiadmin.exe
net stop Cfiaudit.exe
net stop CFINET
net stop Cfinet.exe
net stop CFINET32
net stop Cfinet32.exe
net stop Claw95.exe
net stop Claw95cf.exe
net stop Cleaner.exe
net stop Cleaner3.exe
net stop Defwatch
net stop Defwatch.exe
net stop Dvp95.exe
net stop Dvp95_0.exe
net stop Ecengine.exe
net stop eSafe Protect Desktop
net stop Esafe.exe
net stop Espwatch.exe
net stop eTrust EZ Firewall
net stop F-Agnt95.exe
net stop Findviru.exe
net stop Fprot.exe
net stop F-Prot.exe
net stop F-PROT95
net stop F-Prot95.exe
net stop FP-WIN
net stop Fp-Win.exe
net stop Freedom 2
net stop Frw.exe
net stop F-STOPW
net stop F-Stopw.exe
net stop GNAT Box Lite
net stop IAMAPP
net stop Iamapp.exe
net stop Iamserv.exe
net stop Ibmasn.exe
net stop Ibmavsp.exe
net stop Icload95.exe
net stop Icloadnt.exe
net stop ICMON
net stop Icmon.exe
net stop Icsupp95.exe
net stop Icsuppnt.exe
net stop Iface.exe
net stop Internet Alert 99
net stop IOMON98
net stop Iomon98.exe
net stop Jedi.exe
net stop LOCKDOWN2000
net stop Lockdown2000.exe
net stop Look’n’Stop
net stop Look’n’Stop Lite
net stop Lookout.exe
net stop LUALL
net stop Luall.exe
net stop LUCOMSERVER
net stop MCAFEE
net stop McAfee Firewall
net stop McAfee Internet Guard Dog Pro
net stop Moolive.exe
net stop Mpftray.exe
net stop N32scanw.exe
net stop NAVAPSVC
net stop NAVAPW32
net stop Navapw32.exe
net stop NAVLU32
net stop Navlu32.exe
net stop Navnt.exe
net stop NAVRUNR
net stop NAVW32
net stop Navw32.exe
net stop NAVWNT
net stop Navwnt.exe
net stop NeoWatch
net stop NISSERV
net stop NISUM
net stop Nisum.exe
net stop NMAIN
net stop Nmain.exe
net stop Norman Personal Firewall
net stop Normist.exe
net stop NORTON
net stop Norton AntiVirus Server
net stop Norton Internet Security
net stop Norton Personal Firewall 2001
net stop Nupgrade.exe
net stop NVC95
net stop Nvc95.exe
net stop Outpost.exe
net stop Padmin.exe
net stop Pavcl.exe
net stop Pavsched.exe
net stop Pavw.exe
net stop Pc firewall
net stop PC Viper
net stop PCCIOMON
net stop PCCMAIN
net stop PCCWIN98
net stop Pccwin98.exe
net stop Pcfwallicon.exe
net stop Persfw.exe
net stop PGP Gauntlet
net stop POP3TRAP
net stop Proxy +
net stop PVIEW95
net stop Rav7.exe
net stop Rav7win.exe
net stop Rescue.exe
net stop RESCUE32
net stop SAFEWEB
net stop Safeweb.exe
net stop Scan32.exe
net stop Scan95.exe
net stop Scanpm.exe
net stop Scrscan.exe
net stop Serv95.exe
net stop Smc.exe
net stop SMCSERVICE
net stop Snort – Win32 GUI
net stop Snort (Intrusion Detection System)
net stop Sphinx.exe
net stop Sphinxwall
net stop Sweep95.exe
net stop Sybergen Secure Desktop
net stop Sybergen SyGate
net stop SYMPROXYSVC
net stop Tbscan.exe
net stop Tca.exe
net stop Tds2-98.exe
net stop Tds2-Nt.exe
net stop TermiNET
net stop TGB:BOB
net stop Tiny Personal Firewall
net stop Vet95.exe
net stop Vettray.exe
net stop Vscan40.exe
net stop Vsecomr.exe
net stop VSHWIN32
net stop Vshwin32.exe
net stop VSSTAT
net stop Vsstat.exe
net stop WEBSCANX
net stop Webscanx.exe
net stop WEBTRAP
net stop Wfindv32.exe
net stop Wingate
net stop WinProxy
net stop WinRoute
net stop WyvernWorks Firewall
net stop Zonealarm
net stop Zonealarm.exe
net stop AVP32
net stop LOCKDOWN2000
net stop AVP.EXE
net stop CFINET32
net stop CFINET
net stop ICMON
net stop SAFEWEB
net stop WEBSCANX
net stop ANTIVIR
net stop MCAFEE
net stop NORTON
net stop NVC95
net stop FP-WIN
net stop IOMON98
net stop PCCWIN98
net stop F-PROT95
net stop F-STOPW
net stop PVIEW95
net stop NAVWNT
net stop NAVRUNR
net stop NAVLU32
net stop NAVAPSVC
net stop NISUM
net stop SYMPROXYSVC
net stop RESCUE32
net stop NISSERV
net stop ATRACK
net stop IAMAPP
net stop LUCOMSERVER
net stop LUALL
net stop NMAIN
net stop NAVW32
net stop NAVAPW32
net stop VSSTAT
net stop VSHWIN32
net stop AVSYNMGR
net stop AVCONSOL
net stop WEBTRAP
net stop POP3TRAP
net stop PCCMAIN
net stop PCCIOMON

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Sample Excel – Oracle Vendor Patch sets – Serious – Critical Listing spreadsheet

Posted in Sample - IT Spreadsheets - PowerPoints (251),Security (1500) by Guest on the February 25th, 2011
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Sun Solaris 2.6 Setup OS Install – Setup

Posted in O S (375),Security (1500) by Guest on the February 23rd, 2011

Always verify and adapt these recommendations for the OS Install.

Solaris 2.6 Setup

1.      Insert the Solaris OS disk into the disk drive
2.      Press Stop + A
3.      Type boot cdrom
4.      Choose English, and USA –Ascii only
5.      Press continue
6.      Press continue
7.      Press continue
8.      Enter the Fully Qualified hostname (ie, mordor.newhost.com)
9.      Press continue
10.  Choose Yes for the “Networked?” screen.
11.  Press continue
12.  Choose your primary interface (usually hme0)
13.  Press continue
14.  Enter the IP address for your OUTSIDE interface
15.  Press continue
16.  Press continue
17.  Choose “Other”
18.  Press continue
19.  Press continue
20.  Choose “Yes” for “Is system part of a subnet?”
21.  Press continue
22.  Enter the Proper Netmask for your outside IP (ie 255.255.0.0)
23.  Press continue
24.  Select Geographic Region
25.  Press Set
26.  Choose US and Eastern
27.  Press continue
28.  Enter the proper date and time
29.  Press continue
30.  Press continue
31.  Choose initial setup
32.  Press continue
33.  Press continue
34.  Press continue
35.  Choose “Developer system support”
36.  Press continue
37.  Press continue
38.  Press continue
39.  Choose Auto Layout
40.  Select “ / , /usr, /var and /swap”
41.  Press continue
42.  Choose Customize
43.  Delete everything on the list except overlap and / .  Delete all numbers except the overlap value.


Use the following value table
0          /           128
1          swap    256
2          overlap            (should be pre configured to use the entire disk space)
3          /usr      600
4
5
6          /var      free space

 


44.  Click OK
45.  Press continue
46.  Press continue
47.  Choose Begin
48.  Choose Auto Reboot
49.  Wait until all filesets have been installed
50.  Set the root password (we are currently using $shadow$)
51.  Choose n for “…Autoshutdown”
52.  Choose y for “…Save answer”
53.  Login as root
54.  Cd to the /etc directory
55.  Edit a file using vi hostname.<interface>   ( ie hostname.le0  You are creating a new file)
56.  Enter the hostname-internal.newhost.com (ie mordor-internal.newhost.com)
57.  Write and quit out of vi.
58.  Edit the hosts file
59.  Enter the ip address of the inside, tab once and enter the same name you just created above.
60.  Write and quit out of vi.
61.  Edit the resolv.conf file
62.  Enter domain, tab once and enter the domain name (e.g. domain           newhost.com)
63.  Press enter
64.  Enter nameserver, tab once and enter the IP of the DNS machine (e.g. nameserver       10.99.200.51)
65.  Write and quit out of vi.
66.  Cd to /etc/inet
67.  Edit the netmasks file
68.  Enter the ip address of the inside, tab once and enter the proper netmask (ie 255.255.255.0).
>69. 

Write and quit out of vi.
70.  Sync;reboot
71.  Login as root
72.  Ping the router
73.  Ping an internal client machine
74.  Use nslookup

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Sample Excel – Windows 2003 Active Directory Property Methods

Posted in O S (375),Sample - IT Spreadsheets - PowerPoints (251) by Guest on the February 22nd, 2011
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Sample Web Monitor Content Considerations

Posted in Application by Guest on the February 18th, 2011

Web Monitor

  • HTTP_Servers This rule logs URLs and hosts in the URL Log. This rule, like LogUnmatched, does not match connections. It is used for data collection only, not for blocking or allowing. When adding this rule, some options in the Rule Properties window are unavailable. It is recommended that you place this rule near the top of the list so it captures information for all HTTP data.

Proxy

  • Socks4 / 5 Protocol that provides access to network services through a SOCKS proxy server. This may be used to hide a user’s identify and evade network management systems like PacketSure.
  • HTTP-Proxy Matches HTTP requests that appear to be going to an HTTP proxy. Does not match cgi proxies which can be managed using the Remote Proxies category in the URL List.
  • HTTP_URLList_Remote_Proxies Manages all proxies in the Remote Proxies category of the URL List with a single rule.

HTTP

Protocols that use the HTTP protocol to transfer files.

  • HTTP Hyper Text Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is the underlying protocol of the World Wide Web.
  • HTTP-ACTIVEX ActiveX controls are objects inserted into a web page or other applications to reuse packaged programming functionality; because these controls execute on a user’s computer, they may be a security and / or virus risk. This setting manages user attempts to transfer ActiveX controls through the HTTP protocol.
  • HTTP-AVI Microsoft video format file transfers over HTTP.
  • HTTP-EXE Manages user attempts to transfer executable files through the HTTP protocol. Because these files execute on a user’s computer, they may be a security and/or virus risk.
  • HTTP-Audio-MPEG Manages user attempts to transfer MPEG audio files through the HTTP protocol.
  • HTTP-Video_MPEG Manages user attempts to transfer MPEG video through the HTTP protocol.
  • HTTP-QuickTime Manages user attempts to transfer Quick Time files through the HTTP protocol.
  • HTTP-RAR RAR-format archive files transferred over HTTP
  • HTTPS A secure connections for the HTTP protocol; it uses port 443.
  • HTTP-Shockwave-Flash Shockwave allows users to view interactive Web content like games, business presentations, entertainment and advertisements from a Web browser. This setting manages user attempts to transfer Shockwave through the HTTP protocol.
  • HTTP-Video_Flash Manages Flash video streamed over HTTP
  • HTTP-Zip Manages user attempts to transfer Zip files through the HTTP protocol. Because there files execute on a user’s computer, they may be a security and/or virus risk.
  • HTTP-HEAD Matches the HTTP HEAD request. Used for HTTP content analysis.
  • HTTP-POST Matches the HTTP POST request, as in web-based email. Used for HTTP content analysis.

Misc

  • AOL-TCP Manages use of the AOL information service over the internet.
  • BOINC SETIatHome’s new distributed computation protocol.
  • Compuserve-TCP Manages use of the Compuserve information service over the internet.
  • Finger Finger User Information Protocol is a UNIX command used to gather information about other internet users. Finger uses port 79.
  • Gopher A system that pre-dates the World Wide Web for organizing and displaying files on Internet servers. Gopher uses port 70.
  • IDENT UNIX-based protocol that looks up real user names when a user attempts to login to a server.
  • iTunes A pay-per-song music download service. CAUTION: the signature matches after the user pays for the song.
  • NNTP Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP) is a news service that transmits information through port 119.
  • WakeOnLan A UDP packet that can start a machine on the network that has been shut down.

Special purpose

  • Custom Enter your own Custom Match String for a protocol that you’ve identified and wish to manage. This is recommended only for advanced users.
  • DiagVPN Matches connection to Palisade’s Diagnostics VPN server.
  • DNS Query Manages activity on the domain name server (DNS).
  • EthernetAddresses Matches packets that have a source or destination Ethernet addresses that is in a user-created list.
  • EthernetNotAddresses Matches packets that do not have a source or destination Ethernet address that is in a user-created list.
  • Everything Blocks, monitors, or ignores any connection by any of the protocols managed by PacketSure.
  • HTTP_Hosts Matches host names in HTTP request with host names in a list that you create. If a hostname in the list begins with a period (.), it is considered a domain name and all hosts in that domain will match.
  • HTTP_URLs Matches URLs in HTTP requests with URLs in a list that you create.
  • HTTP_URLList Contains millions of web sites in 40 categories, such as Pornography, Hate, Weapons, etc. The list is automatically updated on the appliance once each day.
  • LogUnmatched Logs all connections that do not match defined protocols.
  • SSL Determine how much encrypted traffic is running (aside from HTTPS and POP3S) 

File Types Analyzed

  • PacketSure analyzes many different types of files for private content. Metadata, text, and character, sets are extracted for all types, except those marked with an asterisk (*). For these file types, only metadata (title, subject, author, etc.) is extracted.

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Sample Web Content Filtering Catagories

Filtering – Catagories

Advertisement

This category is a list of servers used for ad banners and other forms of advertising. Examples: Accept, DoubleClick, Just Web Ads.

Arts & Entertainment

This category contains media sites that promote and provide information about television, movies, music, and video, broadcasting firms and technologies, and radio. Sites pertaining to print media include online magazines and reviews on the entertainment industry, circuses, theartre, variety magazines, book reviews and promotions, publishing houses, comics books and poetry. Artistic and miscellaneous sites such as online museums, galleries, artist sites, celebrity fan sites, horoscopes, and city guides are also included in the list. Examples: Art.com, Clip Art Server, Cartoon Factory Animation.

Chat

The Chat category includes all Web-based (via HTTP, not IRC) Chat groups, VoIP, telephony, Instant Messaging (IM) clients, and computer-related news sites. Chat rooms allow people to come together online to chat about current events, dating, particular interest and debates on hot topics. Examples include Chat.MSN, CyberLounge, HeadSpace, 2000teenchat. VoIP and telephony sites provide the ability to make and receive telephone calls. IM client include web sites that provide instant messaging capability over the internet, such as YahooWeb. Computer-related news sites include industry new and magazines about computer technology and the internet.

Computing

Internet communications, reviews/information, buyers guides of computers, computer parts, accessories, and software, computers/software/Internet companies, computer and internet security, shareware and freeware.

Crime

Advocating, instructing, or giving advice on performing illegal acts such as phone, service theft, evading law enforcement, lock-picking, fraud, plagiarism/cheating, burglary techniques, bomb making instructions, computer hacking, burglary, murders, rapes, etc. Also includes sites with get-rich-quick schemes, phishing and pharming sites designed to gather personal information, and sites advocating hate speech and crimes based on race, religion, gender, ethnic origin, etc.

Dating

Singles listings, matchmaking and dating services, advice for dating or relationships, romance tips and suggestions are all part of category. Examples: #1 Dating, Match Ranger.

Drugs

URLs in this category provide information on purchasing and using illegal or recreational drugs. Included are sites that contain recipes, instructions and kits for manufacturing or growing illicit substances, including alcohol, for purposes other than industrial usage. Also, sites that glamorize, encourage, or instruct on the use of or masking the use of alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs, or other substances that are illegal to minors, as well as all alcohol and tobacco manufacturers’ commercial websites. Sites that included information on “legal highs”: glue sniffing, misuse of prescription drugs or abuse of other legal substances is in this category. URLs about distributing alcohol, illegal drugs, or tobacco free or for a charge and displaying, selling, or detailing use of drug paraphernalia are also included. Examples: Cannabis.net, RecPharm Database.

 

NOTE:

Sites that include or discuss medicinal use, industrial hemp, and public debate on the issue of legalizing certain drugs are not included. Nor are sites that are sponsored by a public or private educational information on drug use.

Education

This category includes .edu sites, pre-/elementary ,secondary ,high schools , universities, distance education and trade schools .

Finance

The finance category includes sites dealing with stock quotes, stock tickers, fund rates ,online stock or equity trading. Also sites that offer investing advice or contacts for trading securities, money management investment services or firms, general finances and companies that advise thereof, accountancy, actuaries, banks, mortgages , and ,general insurance companies . Examples: E-trade, Ameritrade, Wells Fargo, TradingSolutions.

Food

Contains sites relating to food, home and garden and local information. Food sites include recipes, cooking instructions and tips, food products wine advisors food drink magazines and reviews of restaurants, cafes eateries pubs and bars. Home and garden sites include home maintenance, safety, decor and design, and home electronics. Local information includes city and tourist guides, including restaurants and local points of interest.

Gambling

The Gambling category contains URLs that encourage betting money or items on the outcome of games . It includes sites offering gaming, off shore gambling, bookmaker odds, lottery page, and bingo , as well as fantasy sports leagues. Examples: Online Casinos, Online Sports Betting, Super Blackjack, the New York Lottery Page.

Games

This category focuses on game playing or downloading; game hosting or contest hosting, tips and advice on games or obtaining cheta codes (cheatz), journals and magazines dedicated to game playing. Also includes online lotteries, sweepstakes, and giveaways. Examples: Games, Workshop, Shockwave, Interactive WWW games .

Glamour

Contains sites related to lingerie, negligee or swimwear, fashion or glamour magazines, and online cosmetics.

Government

Focuses on sites related to government services such as taxation, armed forces, custom bureaus, emergency services. International, national, local or state government sites, political debate, canvassing, election information and results, political philosophy, conspiracy and advocacy.

Hacking

Sites that provide work-around for filtering software, cracked software, pirated software, download sites and pirated multimedia download sites. Also key-loggers, web-surfing monitors, malware, spyware, adware and botnets.

 

Hate speech

this category includes sites that are advocating or inciting degradation or attack of specified populations or institutions based on associations such as religion, race, nationality, gender, age, disability, or n. also, sites that promote a political or social agenda that is supremacist in nature and exclusionary of others based on their race, religion, nationality, gender, age, disability, or sexual orientation.

Health

Sites about general health such as fitness and well being. Also includes medical reference and procedures, self help, psychology, dentistry, medical insurance, nontraditional medicine,

Hobbies

Sites include recreational pastimes such as collecting, gardening and décor. Also, outdoor recreational activities such as hiking, camping, rock climbing and tips or trends focused on a specific art, craft, or technique. Online publications on a specific pastime or recreational activity, online clubs, association’s o rforums dedicated to hobby, pet sites, and traditional board or card games are also included in this category. Examples: Hobby.com, recreatio.gov, Online rec. center.

Jobs

Jobs contain sites concerned with anything from resume writing, interviewing, changing careers, to classified advertising. Large job databases, career development sites, and individual URLs within otherwise uncategorized sites that list job related Opportunities are included. Also included are online education and training and teacher resources. Examples: Dice.com, Employment Search Productions, Monster.com, CareersResume.

KIDS Sites

Sites specifically aimed at children under the age 12 years or published by children.

Lifestyle

URLs in this category may contain home life and family-related topics, including parenting tips, gay / lesbian / bisexual (non-pornographic sites), weddings, births, funerals, foreign cultures, social-cultural information. Examples: Family Search, World Guide to Vegetarianism, Homosexuality, Naturism.

Motor Vehicles

Includes car
reviews, vehicle purchasing, or sales tips, auto-trading clubs, and discussion groups on most any vehicle. Magazines on vehicle modification, repair and customization are also included.

News

URLs in this category include newspapers online, headline news sites, newswire services, personalized news services, weather sites, and aggregate news sights such as Yahoo or MSN. Also includes radio stations, magazines, and online newspapers. Examples: CNN, BBC, The Weather channel.

Photo Search

Includes sites that provide resources for photo and image searches and hosting.

Pornography

This category contains URLs that reference, discuss, or show sexually oriented or erotic full or partial nudity, depictions or images of sexual acts including animals or inanimate objects used in a sexual manner. Also, Erotic stories and textual descriptions of sexual acts, sexually exploitive or sexually violent text or graphics, nudist or naturist sites may be included. Adult products including sex toys, CD-ROMs, and videos, adult services including video conferencing, escort services, and strip clubs, and explicit cartoons and animation are also included in this category. Examples: Playboy, FancyPleasure, PORN USA, SuperSex of North America.

NOTE: URL’s regarding sexual health, breast cancer, or sexually transmitted diseases (except in graphic examples) are not included but can be included by adding them to a Custom URL Category.

Real Estate

This category contains sites listing homes, apartments, and / or land, and sites giving tips on buying or selling property. Home improvement sites and relocation services are also included.

Reference

Includes personal, professional, or educational references such as online dictionaries and maps, or any site providing statistics or facts.

Religion

Religion includes anything to do with churches, synagogues, and other houses of worship, any faith or religious beliefs, including non-traditional religions such as Wicca and witchcraft. Examples: Spiritual Spectrum, CARNAL

Remote Proxies

URLs in this category include remote proxies or anonymous surfing and sites providing information about bypassing proxy server features and web filters. Examples: LimeWire, KaZaA website.

Search Engines

This category contains general search engines. Examples: Yahoo, Google, Alta Vista

Sex Ed

Includes material of a sexual but informative nature such as reproduction, sexual development, safe sex practices and birth control. Also contains sites with abortion information, including pro-choice and pro-life sites.

Shopping

Internet malls and online auctions, department stores, retail stores, online company catalogs, and online, downloadable product warehouses. Specialty items for sale, freeware, shareware, and software downloads and freebies or merchandise giveaways are all included in this category. Examples: Pottery Barn, Mall.com, Best Buy.

Sports

This category contains URLs that reference team or conference websites, national, international, college, professional scores and schedules, hunting and fishing sites, gun clubs, and sports-related online magazines or newsletters. Examples: Sport.com, Sport Club.

Streaming Media

This category includes streaming media files or events and any live or achieved audio or video feed.

Travel

This category includes travel-related activities, such as airlines and flight booking agencies, accommodation information, travel package listings, weather bureaus and car rentals. Examples: Orbitz, Travelocity.

Usenet News

Contains personal sites and blogs, such as Facebook, Myspace and Blogspot.

Violence

This category includes sites that portray, describe or advocate physical assualt against humans, animals, or institutions. Also depictions of torture, mutilation, gore or horrific death, and sites advocating suicide or self-mutilation, instructions. Sites with recipes or kits for making bombs or other harmful or destructive devices and excessive use of profanity or obscene gesticulations are also included in this category. Example: The Stalking Page.

Weapons

URLs in this category include sites such as online purchasing or ordering information, including list of prices and dealer locations, any page or site predominantly containing, or providing links to, content related to the sale of guns, weapons, ammunition, or poisonous substances and display or detailing the use of gun, weapons, ammunition or poisonous substances. Example: Unlimited Weapons System.

NOTE: Weapons are defined as something used to injure, defeat, or destroy, such as a club, knife, or gun.

Web-Based Email

This category includes Web-based email accounts and SMS Messaging (e.g. Instant Messaging). Examples: Hotmail, Yahoo Messaging

Web Hosting

URLs in this category include websites that host business and individuals’ Web page or deliver third party content, such as Akamai. Examples: GeoCites, Earthlink.net and AOL.

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