@EU_EDPB published final version of the Guidelines on Accreditation. Inclusion of Annex 1 (version 2.0 of Annex 1 adopted on 4 June 2019 after public consultation) https://t.co/u9qM8uIUSa
14 Jun 2019
@ farbodsaraf: You are not a team because you work together. You are a team because you trust, respect and care for each other. https://t.co/3Bpg743yS8
11 Jun 2019
#HiddenWasp is a new sophisticated #Linux #malware still undetected by the majority of anti-virus solutions. According to the experts at #Intezer, the malware was involved in targeted attacks. Thanks for the info #andyf . https://t.co/ypmX2XBEfH
02 Jun 2019
Group policy files using local or domain passwords (local admin password change, service creation, scheduled tasks creation) store the password in a XML file in the SYSVOL path. The password is encrypted with an AES256 algorithm but is discoverable. Andy shows how to fix it. Thnx https://t.co/N6hYbDM8zR
01 Jun 2019
Proud to be working for https://t.co/98wI88GpGY celebrating the 100 birthday and receiving the predicate #Royal today. Image (C) Province of North Brabant https://t.co/nBq80abqAm
17 May 2019
Purpose of the website of Johan van Soest
This web site has since the purpose of:
Communication with site visitors that share the same hobbies or have the same profession.
Show what is possible with the Internet technology in several browsers with the same content. Special attention is for:
When surfing with a text oriented browser (Lynx) I noticed early on that a lot of commercial sites, including banks, do not seem to care about visual hindered people that can only access their sites in character mode with speech synthesizers. I always thought of the World Wide Web as an information highway for all. Nowadays I'm glad that there are rules on how to make a site accessible trough often very simple and small changes.
This site uses Cascading Style Sheets(CSS). The default font is Arial. This font can be resized with the browser menu option "Text Size".
The previous version of this site was written with the dynamic HTML (dHTML) Document Object Model (DOM) of Microsoft. Another version of the site was designed for the Mozilla family. Thanks to server side scripting (ASP.Net) a single site is now presented with the W3C DOM model.
Within this site graphical elements are constantly reused. This creates a consistence look and feel and because these elements are cached by the browser, this also results in a quicker rendering of the site.
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