Brute Force

Brute Force: Policing Animal Cruelty (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by leonardo78 at Oct. 29, 2016
Brute Force: Policing Animal Cruelty (Repost)

Brute Force: Policing Animal Cruelty by Arnold Arluke
Publisher: Purdue University Press | 2004 | ISBN: 1557533504 | 170 pages | PDF | 17,9 MB

Brute Force looks at people having the most contact with everyday animal abuse— humane law enforcement officers who are charged with enforcing anti-cruelty statutes. The author spent one year studying 30 "animal cops" and dispatchers in two large cities.

Brute Force: Policing Animal Cruelty  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by rexT at July 6, 2009
Brute Force: Policing Animal Cruelty

Brute Force: Policing Animal Cruelty
Arnold Arluke | ISBN: 1557533504 | PDF | 193 pages | 2004 | 13 MB

Brute Force looks at people having the most contact with everyday animal abuse— humane law enforcement officers who are charged with enforcing anti-cruelty statutes. The author spent one year studying 30 "animal cops" and dispatchers in two large cities. Rookie animal cops think of themselves as a brute force because they believe that they have legitimate authority to represent the interests of abused animals. They see themselves as a power for the helpless, a voice for the mute.

On the job experience changes this view. As animal cops conduct their investigations and prosecutions, they see how the public trivializes cruelty. Rather than "fighting the good fight" against egregious cases of cruelty, they are overwhelmed with complaints that are ambiguous and must be "stretched" to qualify as legally defined abuse or with complaints, such as barking dogs or "thin" pets, that are used in interpersonal disputes to get neighbors or spouses into trouble. Even more discouraging to officers are clear-cut and extreme cases of cruelty that do not lead to guilty verdicts or stiff penalties in court. Resulting cynicism is aggravated when rookies realize that they are seen as second-rate "wannabe" cops or closet animal "extremists."

Brute Force: Cracking the Data Encryption Standard  

Posted by ButcherBird at Oct. 30, 2007
Brute Force: Cracking the Data Encryption Standard

Brute Force: Cracking the Data Encryption Standard
By Matt Curtin | Springer | ISBN:0387201092 | 290 Pages | PDF | 1.6MB

In the 1960s, it became increasingly clear that more and more information was going to be stored on computers, not on pieces of paper. With these changes in technology and the ways it was used came a need to protect both the systems and the information. For the next ten years, encryption systems of varying strengths were developed, but none proved to be rigorous enough. In 1973, the NBS put out an open call for a new, stronger encryption system that would become the new federal standard. Several years later, IBM responded with a system called Lucifer that came to simply be known as DES (data encryption standard).The strength of an encryption system is best measured by the attacks it is able to withstand, and because DES was the federal standard, many tried to test its limits. (It should also be noted that a number of cryptographers and computer scientists told the NSA that DES was not nearly strong enough and would be easily hacked.) Rogue hackers, usually out to steal as much information as possible, tried to break DES. A number of "white hat" hackers also tested the system and reported on their successes. Still others attacked DES because they believed it had outlived its effectiveness and was becoming increasingly vulnerable. The sum total of these efforts to use all of the possible keys to break DES over time made for a brute force attack. In 1996, the supposedly uncrackable DES was broken. In this captivating and intriguing book, Matt Curtin charts DES’s rise and fall and chronicles the efforts of those who were determined to master it.

Brute Force 1-4 (1990)  Comics

Posted by mehararain at June 7, 2014
Brute Force 1-4 (1990)

Brute Force 1-4 (1990)
English | CBR | 4 Issues | 48 MB

Brute Force (1947) [Repost]  Video

Posted by ChumPaa at Jan. 31, 2014
Brute Force (1947) [Repost]

Brute Force (1947)
A Film by Jules Dassin
DVDRip | MP4 | Lang: English | Subs: English & Romanian(.srt) | 1h 38min | 656x480 | x264 @ 1996Kbps | AAC @ 185Kbps | 1.7 GB
Genre: Crime | Drama | Film-Noir | Thriller

Joe Collins is a convict in the State penitentiary who decides he's had enough and wants to break out. All of them are fed up with the the Captain of the Guard, Mr. Muncey, who uses both physical and psychological torture to get his way with the men. When Joe and his cell mates are assigned to work in the drainpipe located just outside the prison gate, Joe uses a tactic from the US military during World War II in Italy as the basis of the break out.
When Brute Force Fails: How to Have Less Crime and Less Punishment (Repost)

When Brute Force Fails: How to Have Less Crime and Less Punishment By Mark A. R. Kleiman
2010 | 256 Pages | ISBN: 0691148643 , 0691142084 | EPUB + MOBI | 1 MB
When Brute Force Fails: How to Have Less Crime and Less Punishment

When Brute Force Fails: How to Have Less Crime and Less Punishment By Mark A. R. Kleiman
2010 | 256 Pages | ISBN: 0691148643 , 0691142084 | EPUB | 1 MB

Brute Force (1947)  

Posted by TinyBear at July 17, 2013
Brute Force (1947)

Brute Force (1947)
BRRip 480p - TinyBearDs | MKV | 638 x 480 | x264 600kbps 23.976fps | HE-AACv2 64kbps 2CH
Language: English | Subtitle: English Included | 1h 38mn | 467.7MB | 3% Recovery
Genre: Crime | Drama | Film-Noir | Thriller
IMDb Rating: 7.6/10 (4,059 users)

At overcrowded Westgate Penitentiary, where violence and fear are the norm and the warden has less power than guards and leading prisoners, the least contented prisoner is tough, single-minded Joe Collins. Most of all, Joe hates chief guard Captain Munsey, a petty dictator who glories in absolute power. After one infraction too many, Joe and his cell-mates are put on the dreaded drain pipe detail; prompting an escape scheme that has every chance of turning into a bloodbath.
Brute Force: Cracking the Data Encryption Standard (Repost)

Brute Force: Cracking the Data Encryption Standard By Matt Curtin
2005 | 304 Pages | ISBN: 0387201092 | PDF | 2 MB

Brute Force (1947)  

Posted by NaVi7 at June 15, 2013
Brute Force (1947)

Brute Force (1947)
BDRip 720p | MKV / AVC, 7208 Kbps | 960x720 | 1h 38mn | 5.46 GB
English: DTS, 768 Kbps (1 ch)
Genre: Crime | Drama | Film-Noir | Thriller

At overcrowded Westgate Penitentiary, where violence and fear are the norm and the warden has less power than guards and leading prisoners, the least contented prisoner is tough, single-minded Joe Collins. Most of all, Joe hates chief guard Captain Munsey, a petty dictator who glories in absolute power. After one infraction too many, Joe and his cell-mates are put on the dreaded drain pipe detail; prompting an escape scheme that has every chance of turning into a bloodbath.