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Created by Dr. Xi on April 29, 2013 09:00:48 Last update: April 29, 2013 09:00:48
In the case proposed by Diony , signing multiple elements by id, simply change the newSignedInfo to:
// Create the SignedInfo final List transforms0...I must admit that I don't understand transformations, so take my example code with a grain of salt. Also, signing a doc fragment by PATH does not work, simply because there's no way to identify the fragment with a URI without referring to it by id. Reference ode from org.jcp.xml.dsig.internal.dom.DOMURIDereferencer :
// Check if same-document URI and register...
Created by Dr. Xi on February 13, 2013 19:40:08 Last update: February 13, 2013 19:40:08
According to MSDN : On Windows 7 and on Windows Server 2008 R2 with the Wireless LAN Service installed, the operating system installs a virtual device if a Hosted Network capable wireless adapter is present on the machine. This virtual device normally shows up in the "Network Connections Folder" as "Wireless Network Connection 2" with a Device Name of "Microsoft Virtual WiFi Miniport adapter" if the computer has a single wireless network adapter. This virtual device is used exclusively for performing software access point (SoftAP) connections. The lifetime of this virtual device is tied to the physical wireless adapter. If the physical wireless adapter is disabled, this virtual device will be removed as well. On Windows 7, there's no UI to start or stop SoftAP....
Created by Dr. Xi on January 25, 2013 09:56:59 Last update: January 25, 2013 09:56:59
I'm not aware of any tool that reports runtime acquirement of permissions. Maybe such a tool or API exists, but I'm simply not aware of it. To the second part of your question, if you trust Google, no unlisted permissions can ever be acquired.
Created by dm99 on January 22, 2013 02:19:34 Last update: January 22, 2013 02:19:34
Thank you. Is there any way to show permissions which are actualy used by an app (should I say "active permissions") in a period of time and they may not be listed in the list of permissions when we install this app (mallware, etc.)? Thanks.
Created by Dr. Xi on January 21, 2013 17:34:22 Last update: January 21, 2013 17:34:22
If I'm not wrong, Permissions are permissions provided by the app, while Requested Permissions are permissions used by the app.
Created by dm99 on January 21, 2013 13:56:13 Last update: January 21, 2013 13:56:13
Could you tell me please what are the differencies between the list Permissions and Requested Permissions? thanks.
Created by voodoo on September 25, 2012 19:10:19 Last update: September 25, 2012 19:10:19
Here is a list of the most useful targets that the GNU Coding Standards specify (from automake manual ). make all Build programs, libraries, documentation, etc. (same as make). make install Install what needs to be installed, copying the files from the package's tree to system-wide directories. make install-strip Same as make install, then strip debugging symbols. Some users like to trade space for useful bug reports... make uninstall The opposite of make install: erase the installed files. (This needs to be run from the same build tree that was installed.) make clean Erase from the build tree the files built by make all. make distclean Additionally erase anything ./configure created. make check Run the test suite, if any. make installcheck Check the installed programs...
Created by Fang on September 22, 2012 08:25:20 Last update: September 22, 2012 08:25:20
DataGenetics has an analysis of the most frequently used PIN codes and least frequently used PIN codes. The list is copied below. Most Frequently Used PIN codes Rank PIN Frequency #1 1234 10.713% #2 1111 6.016% #3 0000 1.881% #4 1212 1.197% #5 7777 0.745% #6 1004 0.616% #7 2000 0.613% #8 4444 0.526% #9 2222 0.516% #10 6969 0.512% #11 9999 0.451% #12 3333 0.419% #13 5555 0.395% #14 6666 0.391% #15 1122 0.366% #16 1313 0.304% #17 8888 0.303% #18 4321 0.293% #19 2001 0.290% #20 1010 0.285% Least Frequently Used PIN codes Rank PIN Frequency #9980 8557 0.001191% #9981 9047 0.001161% #9982 8438 0.001161% #9983 0439 0.001161% #9984 9539 0.001161% #9985 8196 0.001131% #9986 7063 0.001131% #9987 6093 0.001131% #9988 6827 0.001101%...
Created by voodoo on September 17, 2012 15:02:15 Last update: September 17, 2012 15:02:15
Start gdb with the executable and coredump:
$ gdb <path to executable> coreWhile in the debugger, use the following commands:
(gdb) where ("shows a summary of the stack") ...Example debug session from Debugging Under Unix: gdb Tutorial : Use backtrace (or bt ) to see the callstack:
(gdb) backtrace #0 Node<int>::next (this=0x0) ...Inspect the value of item_to_remove at address 0xffbef014 (the value is 1):
(gdb) x 0xffbef014 0xffbef014: 0x00000001 (g...Note: The program must be compiled with the debug switch -g in order to see the source code. More resources: Linux software debugging with GDB Debugging with gdb
Created by Fang on July 25, 2012 12:52:40 Last update: September 14, 2012 13:37:57
Summarized from official JAX-WS documentation : Sending and Receiving SOAP Headers To send a SOAP header:
HelloService helloService = new HelloService(); ...To receive a SOAP header:
List<Header> inboundHeaders = bp.getInboundHeaders...Message logging On the client side, set system property:
com.sun.xml.ws.transport.http.client.HttpTransport...On the server side, set system property:
com.sun.xml.ws.transport.http.HttpAdapter.dump=tru...Propagation of Server-side Stacktrace Propagation of Stack trace is on by default. The whole stacktrace (including nested exceptions) is propagated in the SOAP Fault and the complete exception stacktrace is visible to the client as cause of SOAPFaultException . To turn off stack trace propagation, set this system property on the server:
com.sun.xml.ws.fault.SOAPFaultBuilder.disableCaptu...Update: At least on the client side, the property name has been changed to:
com.sun.xml.internal.ws.transport.http.client.Http...The messages are dumped to stdout . For...