Difference Between Domain Validation and Extended Validation SSL

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Site security is one of the primary concerns for most websites. With an increase in internet usage, the number of hacking attempts, viruses and other online threats have increased too. Ever since Google announced that it would display a ‘Not Secure’ text in the address bar of Google Chrome for all websites not having an SSL certificate, there has been an increase in the number of site owners looking for them. A Certificate Authority (CA) is responsible for issuing an SSL Security Certificate and authenticating the website.

There are three types of SSL certificates available to websites:

  1. Domain validation
  2. Organization validation
  3. Extended validation

Each of these serves a specific purpose. Today, we are going to talk about domain and extended validation SSL certificates and highlight the differences between them.

Domain validation & Extended Validation

A Domain Validation (DV) certificate helps in validating the domain of your site. While this does Read More

The technology China uses to ‘audit’ its population

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Beijing’s state-of-the-art surveillance cameras, monitoring every millimeter; facial recognition algorithms and images captured on CCTV are just the beginning.

Technologically-advanced China and its Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leadership, are “committed to the production and use of technology that controls and surveils its population,” Chairman Robin Cleveland and Vice Chairman Carolyn Bartholomew of the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, told Fox News in a joint statement this week. “The decision to use these tools of repression is politically motivated to sustain the Party.”

And what happens in China does not stay in China.

An online post by SinoPharm shows pictures of workers it says got vaccinated with a COVID-19 vaccine candidate and the words “Giving a helping hand in forging the sword of victory.” In the global race to make

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Frustrated local internet users in an uproar over days-long service disruptions caused by tropical storm

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Irate internet users, some without service for days, say they’re caught in a web of service provider incompetence.



a group of people walking in front of a brick building: Downed trees block a road in a Brooklyn neighborhood as Tropical Storm Isaias churns its way up the East Coast on August 04, 2020 in New York City.


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Downed trees block a road in a Brooklyn neighborhood as Tropical Storm Isaias churns its way up the East Coast on August 04, 2020 in New York City.

Customers of both Verizon Fios and Optimum vented angrily Saturday on Twitter about phone calls left on hold, disconnected or ignored in the days since Tropical Storm Isaias knocked them off the internet. Others were simply waiting for their televisions to turn back on.

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“My internet has been out for 5 days!” began one frustrated Optimum user in a typical tweet. “What are you doing? It took until today to get a live person to schedule someone to help.”

Others complained they were unable to work from home without internet access, while small businesses dependent on internet payments found

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New Facial and Eye Recognition Software in Airports to Increase Effectiveness of Safety Procedures

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 Developments in technology have allowed authorities to use facial recognition when identifying individuals. EDISON Software Development Centre have coupled this technology with eye recognition software to monitor and train customs officers that improves accountability and attentiveness.

According to the World Bank, 30% of global GDP is created through international trade, and with 4.4 billion people taking flights globally in 2019, customs officers’ workload has increased and from a safety and security perspective, cannot afford human error.

The launch of this project has been welcomed in airports, to track and trace customs officers’ effectiveness in performing their jobs. The way in which Electronic Eye Recognition Software works is by:

  • Detecting operator’s presence or absence in the workplace.
  • Identifying and tracking the Facial position.
  • Using eye and pupil recognition
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thyssenkrupp Elevator’s Alison Powers Wins Women of Technology Award

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— The Head of the Innovation and Qualification Center and Test & Qualification, NA accepted her award from Connected World via a virtual ceremony on August 6

— The award recognizes the most powerful women in technology who have contributed to the growth of technology at their respective organizations

ATLANTA, Aug. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — thyssenkrupp Elevator’s Head of the Innovation and Qualification Center and Test & Qualification, NA, Alison Powers, was awarded the Women of Technology Award today from Connected World, the go-to media source for connected devices. Powers accepted her award at a virtual ceremony hosted by Peggy Smedley, editorial director of Connected World.

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Powers was selected by a panel of past winners based on her involvement with technology; how she has helped thyssenkrupp Elevator prosper and progress; how she has contributed to the growth of technology; how

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Editorial: SC education, economy depend on internet access, and we’ve got a long way to go | Editorials

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With $50 million in federal funding, S.C. officials have been moving quickly to provide students with internet service before classes resume and to expand high-speed service to unserved areas. So far, they’ve signed up 57,000 student households for free hot spot service through Dec. 31 at a cost of about $8 million.

That’s remarkable progress, considering that the state’s funding plan for the first three months of this year, which authorized the spending, was just signed into law June 25.



SC students will get Wi-Fi hot spots in time for school's start, but gaps will remain

On Tuesday, Nanette Edwards of the Office of Regulatory Staff told a legislative panel she expected about 150,000 Wi-Fi hot spots to be distributed by mid-fall and to still have about $4 million left over from the $20 million budgeted for student access. That money might be needed for filling gaps that arise before the end of 2020, the federal deadline for spending the money.

The hot spot

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Why Are There Roaches Inside My Computer?

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Giz AsksGiz AsksIn this Gizmodo series, we ask questions about everything and get answers from a variety of experts.

There are some things that belong in a computer. Wires, chips, whirring mechanical doodads—what most of us would think of, sensibly, as “hard drive stuff.” Absent from this list—absent from most lists, except those dealing with repugnant, six-legged disease vectors—are cockroaches. A cockroach in a hard drive? That is simply not where a cockroach is supposed to be. And yet there they are, defying the laws of hard drives, not to mention nature. What is responsible for this abomination? What is it in the twisted cockroach psyche that compels them over and over to commit this particular crime? For this week’s Giz Asks, we reached out to a number of experts to find out.


Walt Oakhem

Owner at York Computer Repair

They

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Main Street, Inc. Acquires Marketing Technology Software Provider Onovative

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Aug. 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Main Street, Inc., the leading provider of data-driven print services to community financial institutions across the nation, announced today the acquisition of Onovative, an automated marketing technology software provider based in Louisville, Kentucky.

The purchase of Onovative further enhances Main Street’s marketing services solutions. Onovative’s automated marketing platform enables banks and credit unions the ability to segment account holders, communicate effectively based on their current and likely next product, and consolidate multiple marketing functions in one user-friendly platform. By strategically combining marketing automation and a customer relationship management (CRM) system with a communications platform, Onovative gives financial institutions a smarter, more affordable way to connect with account holders in the markets they serve.

Ted Walton, President of Main Street, Inc. said, “Main Street’s previous investments in digital marketing and print will be significantly amplified with the addition of Onovative’s automated

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New interactive map helps Arizonans access the internet statewide

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TUCSON, AZ (KOLD News 13) — Arizonans without Wi-Fi at home with soon be able to find hot spots through a new program launching this week.



Most modern routers can set up a "guest network" that's separate from your main network.


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Most modern routers can set up a “guest network” that’s separate from your main network.


The website will feature an interactive map with free hot spots and Wi-Fi available across the state, in hopes of better helping students stay connected to their studies through virtual learning, according to a news release from the Arizona Secretary of State’s Office.

The program comes from a collaboration between Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records, School Connect, Common Sense Media and the AZ Broadband Stakeholder Network to help bridge the broadband network gap that so many Arizonans face.

The website is available in English and Spanish and gives step-by-step instructions on how to access a hot spot as well as free

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Honoring Princeton employees for dedication and service

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Every March, hundreds of employees and guests gather at the Service Recognition Luncheon, organized and hosted by the Office of Human Resources, to celebrate achieving service milestones and to learn who was selected as recipients of the President’s Achievement Award and the Donald Griffin ’23 Management Award.

However, this year, Jadwin Gymnasium sat empty on March 25, the scheduled date of the luncheon, while most of campus was directed to work remotely due to COVID-19.

“Clearly this year is like no other, and we were very disappointed that we had to cancel this year’s event,” said Lianne Sullivan-Crowley, vice president for human resources. “Even though we could not celebrate in person together, it does not diminish the appreciation that I have for each and every honoree.”

Service recognition of long-serving staff members

Watch the commemorative video.

The 407 employees being honored through the service recognition program for employment milestones attained

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