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  2. Pat McAfee - Wikipedia

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    Patrick Justin McAfee (/ ˈ m æ k ə f iː / MA-kə-fee; born May 2, 1987) is an American sports analyst, professional wrestling color commentator, professional wrestler and former football punter and kickoff specialist. McAfee is currently signed to WWE, where he performs and is a color commentator for the SmackDown brand.

  3. Oakland Coliseum - Wikipedia

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    McAfee was offered a renewal of the naming contract in 2008, but it was declined. The name reverted to the pre-1997 name of Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum on September 19, 2008. The stadium retained its original name until April 27, 2011, when it was renamed Overstock.com Coliseum via a six-year, $7.2 million naming rights deal with online ...

  4. Knowledge management - Wikipedia

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    Knowledge management (KM) is the collection of methods relating to creating, sharing, using and managing the knowledge and information of an organization. It refers to a multidisciplinary approach to achieve organisational objectives by making the best use of knowledge.

  5. 153 (number) - Wikipedia

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    The number 153 is also a hexagonal number, and a truncated triangle number, meaning that 1, 15, and 153 are all triangle numbers. The distinct prime factors of 153 add up to 20, and so do the ones of 154, hence the two form a Ruth-Aaron pair .

  6. Avast Antivirus - Wikipedia

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    Avast Antivirus is a family of cross-platform internet security applications developed by Avast for Microsoft Windows, macOS, Android and iOS.The Avast Antivirus products include freeware and paid versions that provide computer security, browser security, antivirus software, firewall, anti-phishing, antispyware, and anti-spam among other services.

  7. Bandwidth - Wikipedia

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    This page was last edited on 28 January 2022, at 11:46 (UTC).; Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License 3.0; additional terms may apply.

  8. Duqu - Wikipedia

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    According to McAfee, one of Duqu's actions is to steal digital certificates (and corresponding private keys, as used in public-key cryptography) from attacked computers to help future viruses appear as secure software. Duqu uses a 54×54 pixel JPEG file and encrypted dummy files as containers to smuggle data to its command and control center ...

  9. Permira - Wikipedia

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    Permira was founded in 1985 by Nicholas Ferguson as a number of country-specific separate businesses operating under the Schroder Ventures brand. In 1996, the United Kingdom, French, German and Italian teams joined to create Schroder Ventures Europe and in 1997 this raised its first pan-European fund.