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  2. Skype - Wikipedia

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    Skype received a point for encryption during transit but lost points because communications are not encrypted with a key the provider does not have access to (i.e. the communications are not end-to-end encrypted), users cannot verify contacts' identities, past messages are not secure if the encryption keys are stolen (i.e. the service does not ...

  3. iOS version history - Wikipedia

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    The version history of the mobile operating system iOS, developed by Apple Inc., began with the release of iPhone OS 1 for the original iPhone on June 29, 2007. [1] Since its initial release, it has been used as the operating system for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, and HomePod. Continuous development since its initial release resulted in new major ...

  4. Wikipedia:Village pump (technical)/Archive 148 - Wikipedia

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    Is there a specific reason the following rights are given to bureaucrats?: Create accounts with names similar to existing usernames (override-antispoof); Move pages with their subpages (move-subpages)

  5. Norton Internet Security - Wikipedia

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    Norton Internet Security, developed by Symantec Corporation, was a computer program that provided malware protection and removal during a subscription period. It used signatures and heuristics to identify viruses. Other features included a personal firewall, email spam filtering, and phishing protection.

  6. IPv6 deployment - Wikipedia

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    IPv6 deployment. Deployment of Internet Protocol Version 6 ( IPv6 ), the latest generation of the Internet Protocol, has been in progress since the mid-2000s. IPv6 was designed as a replacement for IPv4. IPv4 has been in use since 1982, and is in the final stages of exhausting its unallocated address space, but still carries most Internet ...

  7. Wikipedia:Village pump (technical)/Archive 137 - Wikipedia

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    @AsceticRose: Sometimes insecure software is at fault, doing something like storing passwords in plaintext, I'm not sure how secure the MediaWiki software is but I assume it's fairly secure or hacks would be happening a lot more often. Most of the time when a hacker gains access to an account, the user is "at fault", that is, they could have ...

  8. Wikipedia:Village pump (technical)/Archive 119 - Wikipedia

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    Closing per request at WP:ANRFC.Editors supporting the measure argued that if there is a way to mitigate potential abuse of spambots, we should go for it, and that tightening the limits on API edits would be a way to do so.

  9. Talk:Cloud computing/Archive 2 - Wikipedia

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    Ref: SmartSockets. Having one single entry point (endpoint), an uniform interface and login procedure to a set of distributed services may qualify that domain as a cloud. Please modify as suggested.--Malin Lindquist 07:36, 12 January 2010 (UTC) Illustration: "Cloud computing logical diagram" is missleading