Web pages that provide ""how-to"" directions, or otherwise enable, fraud, crime, or malicious activity that is computer oriented.Web pages related to computer crime include malicious hacking information or tools that help individuals gain unauthorized access to computers and networks (root kits, kiddy scripts).Includes sites of banner ad servers, sites with pop-up advertisements, and sites with known adware.Note: Sophos's advanced categorization data uses the most current technical definition for Adware, and thus recognizes the difference between non-malicious adware, such as ""cookies"" and more serious Spyware.I went to college at the State University of New York at Albany, where back then, most of the Computer Science curriculum courses were entitled Theory of xxx.The programming assignments were the usual small-scope demonstrations of some feature of programming, typically something an experienced developer would code in 15-20 LOC.My Masters project was to modify the Te X typesetting system (by Knuth) to leverage the more advanced features of a new typesetting system.
Includes sites of fashion or glamor magazines, online beauty products, and cosmetics.
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Note that some pages are classified as potentially offensive or dangerous however the page content itself should be considered safe for viewing in all circumstances.
Includes sites for museums, galleries, artist sites (sculpture, photography, etc.), performing arts (theater, vaudeville, opera, symphonies, etc.), dance companies, studios, and training; book reviews and promotions; and variety magazines and poetry.
Includes sites of weblogs (blogs), newsgroups, and opinion or discussion forums.
Includes general business corporate web sites, international and multi-national large general business corporate sites, business associations, and basic business sites, such as Fed Ex, that enable organizations to manage their necessary daily business tasks.