Latest blog tagged on "Security"

A lot of people have GPS tracking nowadays, but there is a whole lot more you can do with it then just find your way to a new address. GPS stands for Global Positioning System. It refers to a number of satellites around the earth that emit signals g...

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The Lost Secret of OUTDOOR SOLAR LIGHTS...

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For a lot of us, being young is all about chasing the thrill and excitement of anything we can lay our hands on. Whether it’s parties or drinking, we want to go wild and embrace the rush. When you’re a minor, the only way to take part in these exper...

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With technological advancements, data science is deployed to get insightful customer information. When measured using relevant matrices, technology can derive adequate data from a detailed bunch of stats available....

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Diego Kravetz: “Los problemas más graves que tenemos están relacionados con lo social"...

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No less than 55% of all recorded eye wounds happen in the work environment and it is assessed that around 1-2000 specialists support eye wounds every day. Of these wounds, no less than 100 outcome 2-3 days off work. The most ideal approach to maintain a strategic distance from eye damage is the utilization of eye insurance at work – specialists trust that 90% of wounds could have been avoided with the right eye assurance measures set up....

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When talking security with individuals one often observes a distinction in language that completely changes the meaning of the topic: people talk about wanting to feel secure, which is a very different matter from actually being secure....

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The amazing thing about smartphones today is they can do more than PCs were able to do decades ago. Some of them even dominate various laptops that are on the market in terms of what they are able to accomplish....

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Authentication is the process of obtaining identification credentials such as name and password from a user and validating those credentials against some authority. If the credentials are valid, the entity that submitted the credentials is considered...

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In this post, I’m explaining transaction in WCF....

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In this blog, I’m explaining about Role base security and cryptography in .NET...

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In this blog, I’m explaining about Code Access security in .NET...

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