This is not one that I would personally pick, but I’m trying to be inclusive. The North Ridgeville High School Class of 76 Song of the Week is by KC and the Sunshine Band.
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The Class of 76 Song of the Week is Bad Company, from Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert
(You may have to explain to your kids that we didn’t have MTV and had to stay up late to hear music on TV)
The North Ridgeville High School Class of 76 Song of the Week is Heartbreaker by Led Zeppelin. The headline says this is from 1976, although a commenter places it later (although still in the 70’s)
The Class of 76 Song of the Week was released in July, 1976. This particular video was made in 2002. The phrase “More Cowbell” came much later
A malicious attacker managed to send ads tainted with ransomware through advertising networks. Some of the sites that were hit included The New York Times, the BBC, MSN, and AOL, according to a story at Ars Technica. Some of the ad networks that were infected may include Google, AppNexus, AOL, and Rubicon. A more technical blog post at Trend Micro has details, including a graph showing the time when most of the infected ads surfaced.
Class of 1976 Song of the Week – Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody. The record was released in October, 1975 (Wikipedia), although the video may be from April 1976. North Ridgeville High School Class of 1976 – watch our Facebook page for news of the 40th reunion.
Adobe issued a security bulletin on 3/10/16 for an emergency update for Flash. This patches a number of bugs, including at least one critical bug that was being exploited that would allow an attacker to run hostile code on your computer. Affected products include the Flash Desktop Runtime for Windows, Linux, and Mac; Flash players for most browsers; and AIR for Android. Of course, this does not affect any iOS device because Steve Jobs famously banned Flash from that platform. This Adobe security bulletin has more details.
For those few people still using Microsoft Internet Explorer, there was a new security update released on March 8. According to Microsoft, this is a Critical update, for it patches a bug that may allow malicious code to run if the user views a hostile webpage. The patch is for IE 9 and newer. You can read more about this at Microsoft Security Bulletin 16-23.