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hola a todos espero lo disfruten XD
18 Jun 2018
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Just another video ^~^ enjoy
1 Jun 2018
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Injection of me twice a day for the next week? :) it'll cure you!?
3 Jun 2018
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The newest driving sensation taking the gaming world by storm is the new hit in the Smashy Road series. With Smashy Road: Wanted, you are on the run from everyone! Drive through a variety of randomly generated areas avoiding the police, SWAT teams, Army Jeeps, and even heavy-duty tanks.
23 May 2018
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Content: • A newly hired contractor signs in by answering security questions based on PII data (driver's license, mother's maiden name, date of birth, etc.). • A random PIN may also be sent to the user's phone or personal e-mail address. • Once authenticated, the user must complete a profile of security questions / answers. • The user resets his own password -- there was never a known, shared password value. • The user may be asked to review and accept policy documents at first login. Key concepts: • Eliminate the need for predictable initial password. • Capture security questions at first login. • Get new users to read and accept policy documents.
31 May 2018
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Content: • Approval of a change to a user's scheduled termination date is handled by an HR user. • In this example, three HR users were invited but any one of them can do the job -- increasing process reliability and shortening time to completion. Key concepts: • Who is invited to approve a change is determined by policy. • Policy is based on relationships between requester, recipient and authorizer. • A random subset of a users (e.g., members of an HR group) can be chosen. • A further subset of invited users may be sufficient to approve. Invitations go out via e-mail, with responses via authenticated, secure, encrypted web form.
31 May 2018
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Content: • A user has been invited to fill in a form with security questions and answers. This animation starts after: • The user has clicked a link in an e-mail, or a browser window was automatically launched at PC login. • The user has already authenticated to Password Manager with a password, token or smart card. Key concepts: • Policy is used to combine user-chosen and standardized questions. • Some questions may be accessible to the help desk. • Some questions may be suitable for telephone authentication. • Usually only a random subset of enrolled questions is used to authenticate a user.
31 May 2018
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Content: • A user has been invited to fill in a form with security questions and answers. This animation starts after: • The user has clicked a link in an e-mail, or a browser window was automatically launched at PC login. • The user has already authenticated to Password Manager with a password, token or smart card. Key concepts: • Policy is used to combine user-chosen and standardized questions. • Some questions may be accessible to the help desk. • Some questions may be suitable for telephone authentication. • Usually only a random subset of enrolled questions is used to authenticate a user.
31 May 2018
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I'm just labeling these random things ^~^
3 Jun 2018
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Tried to make a video and the laptop wouldn't stop doing random things
7 Jun 2018
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Trail by random shit
12 Jun 2018
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ABOUT THE BOOK: In the follow up to My Name is Tom: Gary - Tom's best friend; being convinced that he's in danger, moves to Australia in order to escape his paranoia. Meanwhile, Tom has become friends with his childhood bully, Big Chris. They decide travel to visit Gary together. But it doesn't take Chris long to drift back into the habit of bullying Tom. Until one night, where the rift between them boils over, after which, they both end up taking different paths. Until a few months later, when Chris starts to show up in Tom's new life randomly, displaying increasingly bizarre behavior. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Jon Reeves, much like the character, Tom; in this, his second book, is a confirmed music obsessive. He believes, much to his friends general displeasure, that pretty much anything can be summed up by quoting a lyric from one of the thousands of songs that have sound tracked his life. It still surprises him to this day how much that can annoy people. His life has had many ups and downs, but rather than go to therapy, he instead chooses to write stories based on his experiences.
12 Jun 2018
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