## Userflow for questions based on answers on inspection app

I’m working on a mobile application to help technician to make inspections. They have a lot of question for each task, each question is about an item inspection. When the answer is positive no additional action is required (80% of cases).

But when the answer is No, he has to identify the anomaly so I show a new page with anomaly choice. I choose to represent it as a cards because it needs to have an “on” and “off” statut.

When the technician chose one anomaly it show a new screen because we need some additional informations, my problem appears here. I can not create a classic stepper because the number and type of question will depend of the answers :

1. First he need to answer if he “fixed”, “momentarily fixed” or “can not fix for the moment” the anomaly.
2. If the technician answer “fixed” or “momentarily fixed” we ask him to let a comment, to explain how he managed that
3. If the technician answer “can not fix for the moment” we have two additional questions : we have to identify the reason of this failure (choice in a list of 6 items) and the estimated repair time (choice in a list of 2 items)

I don’t know how to represent this userflow, this is my headache, but at the end the user need to come back to the anomaly screen, because he can add another anomaly with the same flow..

## content disposition headers vs cloud and inspection

Quoting from McAfee MVISION CASB

Many cloud services use custom content disposition headers in an effort to improve the performance of their applications. These custom headers have the unintended side effect of preventing network security solutions (and on-premises DLP solutions that integrate to them via ICAP) from inspecting content for DLP.

What are the content disposition headers exactly and why they prevent network solution from inspecting content?

As per Microsoft Content-disposition is an extension to the MIME protocol that instructs a MIME user agent on how it should display an attached file

## Does SSL inspection break applications utilizing certificate pinning?

A number of popular mobile apps utilize certificate pinning, such as Facebook. Does this mean that these applications cease to function completely on corporate and academic networks that utilize SSL inspection, unless the administrator specifically exempts them?

## Estimating worst case complexity for route inspection problem on a fixed number of edges

If for any strong digraph $$H$$ we let $$\lambda(H)$$ to be the length of any shortest closed walk traveling over every arc in $$H$$ then what is the maximum value of $$\lambda(D)$$ for any strong digraph $$D$$ with $$n$$ arcs?

I.e. for any $$n\in\mathbb{N}$$ how well can we approximate $$M_n=\max(\lambda(D):{\small D\text{ is strong and }|E(D)|=n})$$?

I can prove $$\frac{1}{4}n^2-17n^{3/2}\leq M_n\leq 2n^2$$ so I’m curious if there exists $$c\in\mathbb{R}$$ for which $$M_n\sim cn^2$$.

## Is it possible to request hand inspection of photographic film in Indian airports?

Per What is the best way to carry photographic film when travelling?, when traveling with photographic film, it’s best to pack it in hand luggage and request hand inspection of undeveloped film.

In the United States, there’s an explicit TSA rule that allows you to request hand inspection of undeveloped film, and in all cases, the security officers will respect that. However, from what I’ve read online, security checkpoints in some countries often insist that one put undeveloped film through the scanners. (While this often results in not much visible effect for lower-speed films, it can be a problem if it’s scanned multiple times, especially when transiting through different countries, and higher-speed films shouldn’t be scanned at all.)

I’ve searched online, but I’ve not been able to find any information on the security rules for India, unlike the U.S. TSA which fully documents its rules online.

Is it possible or easy to request that photographic film be hand inspected at airport security checkpoints in India? Will Indian security officers usually honor the request?

## Google Index in Url Inspection is incorrect

The Google Index tab in URL Inspection in Search google console shows incorrect info (https://www.dropbox.com/s/dvifnkv144noanj/incorrect.png?dl=0), while the Live Test tab shows there correct info (https://www.dropbox.com/s/bkh1je2ntybmoco/correct.png?dl=0). From my understanding the results should be the same, though maybe with some delay of next indexation, but the results remain different for a long time. As a result google search shows me the incorrect version (https://www.dropbox.com/s/7yiiv3062mjl8d7/result.png?dl=0).