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    Super Moderator: GMT Zone nihil's Avatar
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    Ahhh come on. It's not like things haven't changed over the years. Remember when grades were :

    A
    B
    C
    D
    E
    F
    And then the stupid kids complained and they said "Well, an 89 is kind of like an A, we'll call it an A-..." So they lowered the bar just a little?
    .............errrrrrrrrrrrr.................NO!

    A = 70% +
    B = 60~70%
    C = 50~60%
    D = 45~50%
    E = 40~45%
    F = <40%

    That spread makes the school look good

    Also...........just try getting 90% in a language with NO multichoice papers?

    Or English Literature & History for that matter?
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    Here a 70% is a C. The needed credits to graduate are lower in the South (Go figure).
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    Super Moderator: GMT Zone nihil's Avatar
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    Ah!

    A lot depends on the marking standards as well....................?

    I have a cousin who is a professor emeritus in physics............. he did his time in ivy leagues like Brown............... he said that his first group as a junior professor complained about their grades...........

    He had a look at other groups' submissions and marks, and asked his boss how it would be possible to give more than 100%, as some of his students certainly deserved it, but were not all equal?

    //Me..................got 105% in a geology exam at college................ I gave the name in Latin, and described it as a "marine sessile benthos".....Prof. said " give him 2 marks for that" .......out of 1
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    I had well over 200&#37; when I finished up in my 'Advanced Computer Maintenance and Networking' class in HS. Granted, it was one of the only classes I enjoyed. That and AP Language Arts... I don't recall ever getting an 'E' in school... or even seeing that as a possibility. Our grading scale was A B C D F. I think an F was < 60%.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gore View Post
    That's true for most apps. There's only so much you can point on and click on, and when you take into account all those options... Eventually it's going to be a lot faster to type it than try clicking on them all.
    True. Metasploit has always had a GUI of sorts, not very useful outside of learning. I may just be paranoid.
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    I like to use metasploit to show people why it is important to stay on top of patches. It kind of hits it home when they see a new admin user with RDP access on their machine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by westin View Post
    I like to use metasploit to show people why it is important to stay on top of patches. It kind of hits it home when they see a new admin user with RDP access on their machine.
    heh, I can see it now
    Unpatched User: "I don't remember adding a user account by the name of 'PATCH YOUR DAMN SYSTEM!'..... Hmmm, very odd."
    User PATCH YOUR DAMN SYSTEM! send user an alert that they need to update their computer while banging head on keyboard. =P

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    Honestly, I've never used metasploit outside my system, and that's just more for personal understanding. Whenever I have to break into a system, it's because the admin was fired, died, what ever and the owners don't know the admin password.

    Funny most of the times I got to these places the servers are in a unlocked room.
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