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FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.cyb130rank.com CYB 130 Week 1 Data Types and Variables CYB 130 Week 1 String and Text Manipulation CYB 130 Week 1 Conditional and Variables CYB 130 Week 2 Loops and Conditional Statements CYB 130 Week 2 Using Loops CYB 130 Week 3 Accessing the Internet

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CYB 130 RANK Redefined Education--cyb130rank.com

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CYB 130 Entire Course FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.cyb130rank.com   CYB 130 Week 1 Data Types and Variables CYB 130 Week 1 String and Text Manipulation CYB 130 Week 1 Conditional and Variables CYB 130 Week 2 Loops and Conditional Statements CYB 130 Week 2 Using Loops CYB 130 Week 3 Accessing the Internet CYB 130 Week 3 Python and HTML CYB 130 Week 4 Individual: Object Oriented Programming (OOP) CYB 130 RANK Redefined Education--cyb130rank.com

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CYB 130 Week 1 Conditional and Variables FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.cyb130rank.com   CYB 130 Week 1 Conditional and Variables Write a Python script that determines the highest day temp and highest night temp of the following variables : day1Temp = 78 day2Temp = 84 day3Temp = 98 night1Temp = 55   CYB 130 RANK Redefined Education--cyb130rank.com

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CYB 130 Week 1 Data Types and Variables FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.cyb130rank.com   CYB 130 Week 1 Data Types and Variables Write a Python script that accepts the radius of a circle and computes the area of that circle. Use the formula: Area of a circle = 3.14 * radius ^2. Assign the initial radius variable the value: 1.5 Your output should look like this: (final area may have more numbers after the decimal point) The area of the circle with radius 1.5 is: 7.07   Submit a document with your code copied and pasted into that single document and a screen shot included showing the code CYB 130 RANK Redefined Education--cyb130rank.com

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CYB 130 Week 1 String and Text Manipulation FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.cyb130rank.com   CYB 130 Week 1 String and Text Manipulation Write a Python script that meets the following requirements: – declares three variables: GPA (floating-point number), studentName ( a string), studentNumber (a string) – assign the variables values of your choice – create a print command to output each variable on a separate line – using a single print command, your variable values, output a statement with the following format: John Doe has the following student number: 567893334   CYB 130 RANK Redefined Education--cyb130rank.com

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CYB 130 Week 2 Loops and Conditional Statements FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.cyb130rank.com   CYB 130 Week 2 Loops and Conditional Statements User input can be obtained using the following statement and storing it into a variable for future use: num = input(“Enter a number: “) The Python shell will wait for the user to input a number and then continue forward with the next line in the script. Write a Python script that accepts input until the user enters the number 999 to stop. Determine whether the user input is either an odd or even number. If it is an odd number, output: “You entered an odd number!”.   CYB 130 RANK Redefined Education--cyb130rank.com

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CYB 130 Week 2 Using Loops FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.cyb130rank.com   CYB 130 Week 2 Using Loops Write a Python script that asks the user to input an integer and then a character. Use those values to print the character in the following pattern: r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r     CYB 130 RANK Redefined Education--cyb130rank.com

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CYB 130 Week 3 Accessing the Internet FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.cyb130rank.com   CYB 130 Week 3 Accessing the Internet Write a Python script that accesses a website’s URL and dowloads a picture to your computer’s hard drive. Then access another URL and dowload the HTML file associated with that web address. Add print statements to indicate the program is downloading the content. For example: Submit your code copied and pasted into a document and include multiple screen shots. One should be of the program executing on your computer,     CYB 130 RANK Redefined Education--cyb130rank.com

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CYB 130 Week 3 Python and HTML FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.cyb130rank.com   CYB 130 Week 3 Python and HTML   Write a Python script that builds an HTML file of your own design. Add an image tag into your HTML and link it to an image on your hard drive. Make sure you store the image in the same directory as the html file, otherwise it might not find the file .   Add code to open the newly created page in your web browser. Submit the code copied and pasted into a document and include a screen shot of it executing on your computer. Include a second screen shot of the content in your web browser. CYB 130 RANK Redefined Education--cyb130rank.com

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CYB 130 Week 4 Individual: Functional Programming FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.cyb130rank.com   CYB 130 Week 4 Individual: Functional Programming Write a 2-part program as follows: Part 1: Write a function to convert Celsius to Fahrenheit . Part 2: Write a function to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius . Both of the functions (Celsius to Fahrenheit and Fahrenheit to Celsius) are the exact inverses of one another. Test the program by converting 32 degrees Fahrenheit to Celsius and then the product of that function back to Fahrenheit. CYB 130 RANK Redefined Education--cyb130rank.com

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CYB 130 Week 4 Individual: Object Oriented Programming (OOP) FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.cyb130rank.com   CYB 130 Week 4 Individual: Object Oriented Programming (OOP ) As defined on pp. 449 to 468 in Ch. 17, “Object-Oriented Programming,” of Introduction to Computing and Programming in Python, a Turtle is an object from the class Turtle with the following features: Every turtle understands the same methods . Every turtle has the same fields or instance variables . Every turtle has a heading, body color, pen color, and X and Y CYB 130 RANK Redefined Education--cyb130rank.com

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CYB 130 Week 5 Individual: bruteLogin Recommendations FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.cyb130rank.com   CYB 130 Week 5 Individual: bruteLogin Recommendations Review the bruteLogin function on p. 58 of Ch. 2, “Penetration Testing with Python,” of Violent Python: A Cookbook for Hackers, Forensic Analysts, Penetration Testers and Security Engineers . You have been hired by a company to provide consultation on security and provide recommendations. Using Microsoft® Word, write a 1-page document explaining how the username and password are extracted from the password file. Describe what would happen if the script fails to open the password file. CYB 130 RANK Redefined Education--cyb130rank.com

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CYB 130 Week 5 Individual: Extracting Passwords FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.cyb130rank.com   CYB 130 Week 5 Individual: Extracting Passwords Linux systems keep user account information in the passwd file and the encrypted password in the shadow file. The passwd file containing account information might look like this : smithj:x:1001:1001:John Smith:/home/ smithj :/bin/bash The shadow file containing password and account expiration information for users might look like this: smithj:KJDKKkkLLjjwlnttqoiybnm .:10063:0:99999:7::: CYB 130 RANK Redefined Education--cyb130rank.com

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