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E-commerce software vulnerable to hackers

E-commerce software vulnerable to hackers

A popular open-source software for e-commerce is vulnerable to being cheated, computer security researchers at the University of California, Davis, have found. By exploiting vulnerabilities in the widely used osCommerce software, the researchers were able to purchase items from online stores for free or substantially less than their correct prices. "The majority of the payment modules in osCommerce are vulnerable to logic attacks that allow you to pay less or even pay nothing at all," said Fangqi Sun, a graduate student working with Professor Zhendong Su in the UC Davis Department of Computer Science. The researchers have been attempting…... Read More

10-Day Festival Celebrating Sacramento's Unique Architecture Oct 10 - 19

10-Day Festival Celebrating Sacramento's Unique Architecture Oct 10 - 19

The 10-day Sacramento Architecture festival is a super fun festival, filled with events like an architecture bike tour,  a pub crawl, drawing safari for kids and farm-to-fork tour!

Appreciate the River City with Bike Tours, Drawing Safaris, Building Tours or a Pub Crawl.

The American Institute Of Architects, Central Valley Chapter (AIACV), announces the second annual Central Valley Region Architecture Festival.

3rd Annual Sacramento Aloha Festival

3rd Annual Sacramento Aloha Festival



 Saturday, October 5, 2013, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. at Cal Expo


PARKING: $10 (opens at 8:30 a.m., no tailgating)


* Help and make contributions or donations of non-perishable food items (all donations going to http://www.seniorgleaners.org/)

 Aloha Festival is anticipating a large crowd this year – please bring your own chairs.

Bring the entire family down to celebrate a day of cultural fun!

Educational Exhibits


Speakers and Presentations

Health and Community Awareness Exhibits

Cultural Village

Keiki Korner – Arts & Crafts and Educational Information

Merchandise and Food Vendors

Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Entertainment

Art Exhibit

East Brains Love

East Brains Love

East Brains Love
Harper Teen
1st in series
Oct 1st

Cass works for the Necromancer Criminal Division and is a psychic . She is able to get into the minds of Zombies. She works with a team.

Jake is having a normal day, and goes to school. He is worrying about presentation that he has to in English class. He along with another classmate get very hungry at lunch time, and eat their classmates. Jake and Allison go on the run , and still trying to remain human.

Cass is able to get into Jake's mind and see what is happening with him. She is also sorta attracted to this zombie.

Book Review= C

Thanks so much to Harper Teen and this is my Honest Review... Read More

Teen Craft Program

Teen Craft Program
Teen Craft Program
10-09-2013 - 10-09-2013
Sacramento Public Library
Admission: Free
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EGUSD students and staff earn Youth Elly Awards

EGUSD students and staff earn Youth Elly Awards

EGUSD students and staff from three high schools captured 12 awards at the 2013 Youth Elly Awards at the Roseville Theater Arts Academy on Sunday, September 8, 2013.  The Elly Awards, presented by the Sacramento Area Regional Theatre Alliance, honor outstanding achievements of community theaters and artists in the greater Sacramento area.  The Elly Awards are named for Eleanor McClatchy, a devoted patron of the arts. 


EGUSD high schools ready for fall theater season

EGUSD high schools ready for fall theater season

Dim the lights and open the curtain – its fall theater season once again at Elk Grove Unified!  The following high schools are presenting productions during the fall season:

Cosumnes Oaks High School’s theater students will perform “A Flea in Her Ear” on November 7-9 and 14-16.  Playwright Georges Feydeau’s wild and hilarious comedy is filled with mistaken identities, motives and actions.  Raymonde, wife of Chandebise, suspects her husband is having an affair.  When she receives “evidence” of his infidelity, she decides to catch him in the act.  In reality, Chandebise is a good and faithful husband and Raymonde’s plot backfires, which leads to chaos.  Showtimes start at 6 p.m. on November 7 and 14, 7 p.m. on November 8-9 and 15-16 and a matinee performance starts at 2 p.m. on November 9 and 16.  Tickets are $8 general admission and $6 for senior citizens, children under 10 and students with an ASB sticker.