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How to use secure passwords


The number of passwords we have to remember these days is enormous. Many people deliberately make it easy and always use the same password. However, this procedure is risky, especially since even very light passwords are often used. The risk of abuse is high in such cases.

Secure passwords are required nowadays

The problem is primarily that many people simply underestimate the risk. The importance of passwords is often only realized when it is too late. Abuse can have dire consequences. Just think about bank accounts being looted by online banking from criminals.

To make sure that it does not get that far, it is important to hedge. Here are two main points to consider:

  • Use different passwords. If you only work with a single password, you live very risky: If a password is cracked, a fiasco is imminent. It is better to set your own password for all important applications (online banking, e-mail, social networks, etc.).
  • Furthermore, the degree of difficulty plays a major role. It is largely determined by the number of characters and the character type. A secure password should be at least 10 characters long and contain letters as well as numbers.

Tip: note down passwords

If you find it difficult to remember your passwords, make a note of them. Important: The passwords should not be written down electronically, but in a better classical way – preferably on a sheet of paper, which you keep in a safe place. Passwords and PIN numbers, which may not be noted down (eg with money cards), it is good to impress.

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Chrome 71: Google is still tightening its grip on abusive ads



Chrome 71 will be released next December, and the new version of the browser will go further in the fight against abusive advertising. After integrating a pop-up blocker, as well as a system to automatically stop autoplay videos, Google will offer in this update a new protection against websites that display unwanted content. We think in particular of fake system messages, hidden tabs and other manipulations …

Sanctions for websites

Starting next December, when an abusive experience will be noted, the owners of the page in question will have 30 days to correct and clean the site, otherwise all the ads will be blocked by Chrome 71, whether abusive or not. Google offers a list of "Experiences" abusive to help site publishers identify and remove them.

And beware, content hosted elsewhere but posted on a web page will also be taken into account: " We review the entire content of your site, whether it is broadcast or not from your domain. For example, content loaded into an iframe or video player on your site is considered part of the site. "

Note that this measure had been announced in 2017 and should initially arrive with Chrome 68. It may seem radical but Google seeks to bring back a little order in a sector that has long been left unchecked. After all, this is the main source of revenue for the American firm.

Baking a cake: the basic French vocabulary


You want to record it with a French recipe? Then you will find a first entry here! Based on a recipe of a chocolate cake, here are taken up step by step many typical French vocabulary from the baking sector.

La Recette

Pour la pâte: 120g de beurre and one noix pour le moule, 200g of chocolat noir, 150g of sucre, 4 o'clock, 80g of farin and pour le moule.

Préchauffez le four à 180 ° C. Faites fondre le beurre avec le chocolat coupé en morceau au four micro-ondes ou dans un bain-marie tiède. Dans un saladier, mélangez le sucre avec les oufs puis ajoutez la farine. Incorporez le mélange au chocolat. Mélangez bien. Beurrez puis farinez légèrement le moule. Versez la pâte dedans. Enfournez pour 30 minutes de cuisson. Sortez du four, laissez refroidir 10 minutes puis démoulez délicatement.

This recipe contains many typical French vocabulary when it comes to baking. We will decrypt these step by step.

The ingredients

Let's start with the basic requirements of each recipe, the ingredients pour la pâte, for the dough:

le beurre the butter
le chocolat noir the dark chocolate
le sucre the sugar
l'ouf / les oufs the egg / eggs
la farine the flour

With une noix pour le moule It is meant that you should leave a small piece of butter for greasing the cake pan. Noix literally translated means "nut" and thus immediately suggests the size of the required amount.

The aids

For the success of your cake, of course, you also need various kitchen appliances:

un moule a cake pan
un-saladier a mixing bowl
le four the oven
le four micro-ondes the microwave
le bain-marie tiède the lukewarm water bath

What should be done now?

Now that you know the ingredients and the tools you need, here are some of the essential verbs when it comes to baking:

préchauffer preheat
fair fondre let melt
couper in morceau to cut in pieces
mélanger mix / stir
ajouter Add
incorporer mix in
verser pour in
sortir you four get out of the oven
laisser refroidir let cool down

associations

beurrer brush with butter
fariner dust with flour
sfourner put in the oven

What strikes us here especially with these verbs, is the similarity to the corresponding nouns: beurrer includes le beurre and fariner includes la farine,

The action also refers to the ingredient to be used. At the verb enfourner lets the word go le four find it and it indicates the device to use in the plot.

Already with a small basic vocabulary you can already work associatively and thus quickly open up and understand yet unknown words. It is also advisable to use newly learned vocabulary in everyday life.

So dare to think twice about a French cookbook, because this way your brain can link the words and facilitate the memory of them.

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Stevia: How do you use the sweetener substitute?


Sweeter than sugar, but free of calories, not harmful to the teeth and unlike artificial sweeteners a natural product: The sweetener Stevia has been making headlines in the media for years. In Germany, it is now available since 2 December 2011. How do you use Stevia?

Stevia a plant starts its triumph

Stevia is also called honeywort and comes from Paraguay. There it has been used for centuries, among other things for sweetening food. The sweetening power is 300 times that of conventional table sugar. Stevia is free of calories.

From South America, Stevia began its triumphal march to Japan and the USA, where it has been used for years by the food industry for the production of low-calorie drinks. Other Asian countries are also excited about Stevia.

The suspicion that it might be carcinogenic in the sixties has not been confirmed. Since 2 December 2011 Stevia is officially approved in Germany as a sugar substitute. It may then be used in the production of food and appears in the list of ingredients as E 960.

How can you use Stevia?

Like sweetener, Stevia can be used as a sweetener to sweeten drinks. Stevia is offered as a powder, liquid or in the form of tablets. To find out the correct sweetening power, it must be converted how much sugar corresponds to the amount of Stevia.

For Stevia beginners, special recipes are particularly good. In the household, the substitute can be used like sugar. However, all baking sugar should not be replaced with stevia when baking, as sugar is important for the baking process and ensures volume and cohesion of the dough.

The benefits of Stevia over artificial sweeteners

It sounds so good: A herbal product with enormous sweetness and no calories. Stevia could partially replace the previously used artificially produced sweeteners such as aspartame.

Many consumers may be happy about it, because sweeteners have a bad reputation: They should really fuel the desire for sweets, and critics doubt their health safety again and again. Unfounded, because sweeteners are also food additives and were carefully tested before approval, just like Stevia.

Conclusion

Anyone looking for a pure vegetable sugar substitute from Stevia will be disappointed. Although Stevia is originally from a plant, however, the steviol glycosides derived from it are obtained by a chemical process.

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According to NBC News, Voters Nationwide Disapprove of the so-called Mueller Investigation (46%) more than they Approve (41%). You mean they are finally beginning to understand what a disgusting Witch Hunt, led by 17 Angry Democrats, is all about!


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If the Democrats think they are going to waste Taxpayer Money investigating us at the House level, then we will likewise be forced to consider investigating them for all of the leaks of Classified Information, and much else, at the Senate level. Two can play that game!


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