"Our research and findings have uncovered a pervasive vulnerability associated with the installation and maintenance of BPIC products, including IBM's WebSphere Application Server (WAS) and WMQ
which can lead to unauthorized administrative access, a critical infrastructure vulnerability that allows hackers to own the system," said Ali Valdez, Vice President of Operations at Evans Resource Group.
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Bumsted, "Religion, Finance, and Democracy in Massachusetts: The Town of Norton as a Case Study," Journal of American History 57 (1971): 817-31; James Walsh, "The Great Awakening in the First Congregational Church of Woodbury, Connecticut," WMQ 28 (1971): 542-62; Philip J.
Crawford, ed., "The Spiritual Travels of Nathan Cole," WMQ 33 (1976): 92-93; Marston Cabot, "Memorabilia," 1740-45, New England Historic Genealogy Society, Boston, Mass., passim; Diary of the Rev.
I am indebted to Fliegelman, Prodigals and Pilgrims, 123-29 (quotation from Mayhew on 126) and to Jan Lewis, "The Republican Wife: Virtue and Seduction in the Early Republic," WMQ
, 44 (Oct.
We do not believe that Johnson has adequately responded to our criticism in the WMQ
. Indeed, given his energetic investment in denying black agency, we wonder what sort of evidence short of the second coming of Vesey himself with an admission of guilt on his lips would persuade Johnson that at least some of the slaves in Charleston in 1822 were planning to liberate themselves by force.
Breen, "Horses and Gentlemen: The Cultural Significance of Gambling among the Gentry of Virginia," WMQ, 3d set., 34 (1977): 240 n.
(8) Carl Bridenbaugh, Myths & Realities: Societies of the Colonial South (New York, 1972), 18; see also Jan Lewis, The Pursuit of Happiness: Family and Values in Jefferson's Virginia (Cambridge, Mass., 1983), 36; Quoted in "Narrative of George Fisher," entry for 16 August 1750, WMQ, 1st ser., 17 (1908): 123.
For Natick's numbers see Mandell's Table 2 (page 564) in "'To Live More Like My Christian English Neighbors': Natick Indians in the Eighteenth Century," WMQ 3d Ser., 48 (1991): 552-79.
(85.) Peter Way, "Rebellion of the Regulars: Working Soldiers and the Mutiny of 1763-1764," WMQ 3d Ser., 57 (2000): 761-92.
Bissell, "From One Generation to Another: Mobility in Seventeenth-Century Windsor, Connecticut," WMQ 31 (1974): 79-110.
Main, "Gender, Work, and Wages in Colonial New England," WMQ 51 (1994): 39-66.