please which python library can i use to implement document duplication detection which makes use of LSH with random projection?
I’m willing to create a system of transferable documents (identified by it’s ID) whose author can transfer his ownership of that document to another person (identified by his/her ID).
- Alice; owner of document 1.
- Alice transfers his ownership of that document to Bob.
- Now: Bob is owner of document 1. 4. Alice says she is the owner of document 1, but she fails.
(Item 4 is very important)
We can make sure that the system with it’s author remains untouched by using digital signature. But if Alice made a copy of that document signed when she was the owner, there would be no way to prevent her from saying she is not the owner of the document.
So we would need something to make a signature to expire whenever it is transferred.
IF I HAD A DATABASE: I would simply add that signature to a ban list.
Are there any solutions to preserve the uniqueness of this document?
I’m creating a MS Word document (and will probably convert it to PDF later on) for a visually impaired programming student.
I’m following all the guidelines about text semantics, like correctly using headers, paragraph, tables, avoiding blank lines, etc. But I don’t know what to do when it comes to code examples. I’m particularly using Python for this document, so not only there are code snippets but also interpreter examples, including the “>>>” symbols. What’s the best way to add these in my document? Should I enclose these examples in a table containing just one cell, and then adding a title to the table along the lines of “this is a code example:”? Should I add line numbers? Any other markup that I should add?
I am looking for a plug-in or a method of tracking when a user reads a particular document and they have to click a checkbox that they acknowledge reading.
Is there a plug-in or easy process to implement this type of functionality?
Currently, we have Document Libraries created in SharePoint Online and would like to move them using Powershell to its own Subsite. The reason we would like to move them is that we would like to keep the version history. Since we are dealing with 1000s of files, I would like to use Powershell to complete this task.
I am currently connecting to my SharePoint site using:
Connect-PnPOnline -Url “Sitename” -UseWebLogin
Here is where I need assistance. I am trying to use Move-PnPFolder but I am not sure how to write a command that would define the source, destination, and move of all files in the document library to a subsite that I have manually created.
I want users to automatically be directed to the Document Library when visiting a Sharepoint Site (sites/sitename/Shared%20Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspx). These are Office 365 group sites being used primarily for file sharing/syncing.
Using a page that contains the document library web part does not suffice as the web part does not include all the file and folder functions.
If I use Pages > +New > Link and use the document library URL, the resulting link opens a download of the URL shortcut when set as the homepage.
I see no available SPO cmdlets or parameters of existing cmdlets that allow setting the home page similar to Set-SPOHomeSite. This cmdlet seems to only set the global home site for the tenant, not for a specific site, and if I try to use Connect-SPOService on a specific /sites/ it fails to authenticate. I was hoping for something like:
Set-SPOSite -Identity https://tenant.sharepoint.com/sites/sitename -HomePageURL https://tenant.sharepoint.com/sites/sitename/Shared%20Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspx
Here is what I have done roughly, starting from scratch:
$ brew install gnupg $ cat >foo <<EOF Key-Type: RSA Key-Length: 4096 Subkey-Type: RSA Subkey-Length: 4096 Name-Real: My Name Name-Comment: ... Name-Email: ... Expire-Date: ... Passphrase: EOF $ gpg --batch --full-generate-key foo gpg: key ... marked as ultimately trusted gpg: revocation certificate stored as '/Users/username/.gnupg/openpgp-revocs.d/....rev' $ gpg --list-keys pub rsa2048 2013-11-23 [SC] ...key1... uid [ultimate] My Name <firstname.lastname@example.org> sub rsa2048 2019-10-26 [E] pub rsa4096 2019-10-26 [SC] .... $ gpg --output me.asc --armor --export ...key1... $ gpg --import me.asc gpg: key ...: no valid user IDs gpg: this may be caused by a missing self-signature gpg: Total number processed: 1 gpg: w/o user IDs: 1 $ gpg --version gpg (GnuPG) 2.2.17
What I would like to finish doing is finally encrypt a document.
$ gpg --encrypt file.png --recipient "???"
Not quite there yet. Wondering why I am getting this error:
gpg: key ...: no valid user IDs gpg: this may be caused by a missing self-signature
What steps am I missing? What did I do wrong or do I need to do?
Do I want a “self signature”, or do I want to somehow sign this with some trusted party (I’m vaguely familiar with self-signed SSH certificates, which is what I’m drawing the parallel with).
I have a pdf file with confidential information on a usb flash drive. This document needs to be printed on a multi user Ubuntu system. I want to prevent other users from seeing the content of the document.
Assume the following procedure:
- The usb drive is inserted to the computer and mounted.
- The document is opened with okular or evince and printed directly from the program.
- The usb drive is umounted and removed from the computer.
Question: What do I need to do to wipe any traces / copies of the document I printed?
First idea: I guess /tmp would be a good place to look out for – though I do not know if there will be any copies stored there or at other places. Do I have to do additional steps to remove all traces / copies?
If i search for a document name in the Document Library, it returns a list of files that contain the search word, but not the document with the correct title.
I want to change the search in Sharepoint so that only document titles and names are searched.
I already found the managed properties -> Contents and the field “mappings to crawled properties” (i hope i translated it correct)
Now someone here mentioned too look out for “Basic:10(Text)” https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/lync/en-US/562c3f58-aa64-40a9-8661-a4543da99ef4/search-file-names-in-document-libraries?forum=sharepointsearchprevious
I only need search to find document titles
What do i need to change here without breaking everything?
I hope you can help me a bit 🙂
We have a requirement to display most recent uploaded file in a document repository in a separate view on the home page.
For example we have Document_Library_1 with files file_new, file_old1, file_old2… we need to have a custom custom view or dashboard on homepage, where the user can access the most recent reports.
Could someone please point me in the right direction on how to achieve this, is custom webpart a solution or the standard view could be customized?