Need to understand the refusal reasons of UK standard visit visa

I applied for UK standard visit visa (6 months) for tourism, and meeting cousin who lives there. The reasons of refusal they gave are attached in pictures.

Can you explain points 1 to 5? And it would be great if you can tell what I need to provide for each of them.

For point 1, I did not provide anything. What should I provide?

I assume I will have to re-apply now. Right?

Should I include documents again which I already provided earlier?

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I have a Schengen Visa, and I applied for UK visit visa from a country (not my national country). But it’s not the problem.

Users aren’t allowed to reuse old passwords for security reasons. How to alleviate this pain point?

I work at a healthcare tech start up which is pretty strict about its login guidelines, largely because protecting patient and provider info is such a vital need in this industry. But while our strictness serves an important need, it can cause a fair amount of headaches for our providers. The source of much of this frustration is the fact that providers, when changing their passwords, are not allowed to reuse any of their last 12 passwords. And they’re having difficulty remembering their old passwords, and there’s no secure/systematic way of providing that info to them. What’s worse is that they’re also required to change their passwords every 90 days. So between the cognitive load required to remember all of their recent passwords and the frequency with which they need to update their passwords, providers are getting fed up, and are either abandoning the platform in frustration or relying heavily on customer support, who are inundated with requests to change providers’ passwords for them.

That said, does anyone have any experience with the “previous password” problem? And if so, what approaches have you used to mitigate it? Thanks for your help!

(and an FYI, I asked my security team if there was any wiggle room on the frequency of the pw change, as well as the change criteria, but they said its pretty much set in stone)

python – Reasons for pickle to raise ‘No space left’ error?

I’m trying to pickle.dump a list of lists. I suppose it’s quite large with 2962694 elements, (each a list of ~2000 elements) and total size of 230MB.

I have no problems working with this list until I want to pickle it. It keeps raising:

OSError: [Errno 28] No space left on device 

I tried using all the protocols, and I’ve tried _pickle/cPickle to no success. Each time a pickle file is created, but it’s incomplete and loading it raises:

EOFError: Ran out of input 

I’m using python 3.7 with Windows VM, I have TBs of space on the destination drive, I have 2.7GB on C:. I know that this error can be caused by limitations other than the hard-drive space, but I could’ve sworn I dumped much larger pickles – what would be other potential reasons for this error?

How do i address no.8&9 reasons for scheghen visa denial

I would like to reapply for a Schengen visa after my application was rejected two weeks ago. Should be noted am employed on contract renewable every year. Am not married and have no kids neither do I have property. I am an administrative assistant earning $ 207.45 per month. Personal savings amounting to $ 3,268.85 and $ 1,595.35 on my salary account. I submitted these documents for my first Schengen application but I was denied. Must say I messed up during the phone interview; -Days to be spent in Finland I said 10 working days but my application had 14days -Purpose of visit said wanted to go to the Santa clause village, visit my friend and other places. But my main purpose was to friend a friend I had not seen in 10years. -Asked me how much I earn and weather it before tax or after tax -why I wanted to visit this friend of mine after 10 years I noticed when I was applying I did not put a cover letter, payslips and employment contract plus messing up the phone interview. I received the refusal letter stating; -Your intention to leave the territory of the member states before expiry of the visa could not be ascertained. -Information submitted regarding the justification for the purpose and condition of the intended stay were not reliable.

I would like to reapply soon but how do I address these two reasons in order to get my visa application approved. A Schengen visa expert please help out, Plus how should I write my cover letter addressing these issues.
Documents submitted were: employment letter, Application letter, Passport photos, Photos of me and my friend, bank statement(with $ 1,861),Travel insurance, travel literary, invitation letter from host, his copy of passport, permanent residence card, my national id, passport travel history, leave form. Please advice me I think I am more aware now of the phone interview will be more alert.

The documents

How would Japanese people react to someone refusing to say “itadakimasu” for religious reasons?

So, it’s my understanding that in Japan it’s considered to be polite to say “itadakimasu” before eating. From what I’ve read, it seems that the meaning of this phrase derives from Buddhist and Shinto religious concepts, however, which gives rise to this question: how would the typical Japanese person respond to a foreigner (who might be a Christian, Muslim, or a member of some similar monotheistic faith) who refused to say it (as politely as possible) and cited religious reasons to do so?

YouTube update enforcement bypass? +Reasons why the old YouTube app is superior

The time bomb of YouTube’s legacy versions has exploded:
The “later” button to postpone the update has disappeared. YouTube is copying WhatsApp’s update mesh.

I really wish to keep using a legacy version of YouTube’s Android application, but now, YouTube has pulled the plugs by hiding the “update later” button.

Why have they disabled it in first place?

The application would probably still work technically.

Advantages of YouTube’s legacy versions:

  • Unlimited search history.
  • Exiting search does not require to reload the results of the previous search or viewed channel/playlist/feed/etc., which saves time and occasionally mobile data.
  • I still had search terms from 2015 because I never updated. Search history with capitalization saved.
  • Profile pictures with the shape of a square. Superior field of view.
  • Less minimalism, more border lines. (I personally dislike minimalism.)
    • Free from material design. (I do not hate material design, but the rounded corners look loose. Windows 10’s flat design is OK becaubecause it looks still very angular. Although, I like the ripple animation of mterial design.).
  • Full numbers instead of rounded numbers (YouTube calls them “abbreviated numbers”. Toxic minimalism) for ratings, view counts and suscriber counts. Rounded numbers are too shallow. (“2M” looks shallow, while e.g. the number “2.021.435” looks vibrant and ultimately sexier than a digit with one letter behind it. Additionally, “2B” can be confused with 28 on the first sight, while a a long number such as 2.039.721.486 looks truly unmistakenably immersive.).
  • Ability to pre-open videos from loaded search results before Internet connection has been established, so that I do not need to open it when the connection has established.
  • Ability to pre-open search pages too. Pre-opening searches saves the search query into the search history, so that I do not forget searching it the next time I open YouTube’s app. Like a tiny sticky note.

How do I keep using the legacy versions of YouTube?

I know MixerBox, but MixerBox has no search history and multi/pop-up window support.

YouTube update enforcement bypass? +Reasons why the old YouTube app is superior

The time bomb of YouTube’s legacy versions has exploded:
The “later” button to postpone the update has disappeared. YouTube is copying WhatsApp’s update mesh.

I really wish to keep using a legacy version of YouTube’s Android application, but now, YouTube has pulled the plugs by hiding the “update later” button.

Why have they disabled it in first place?

The application would probably still work technically.

Advantages of YouTube’s legacy versions:

  • Unlimited search history.
  • Exiting search does not require to reload the results of the previous search or viewed channel/playlist/feed/etc., which saves time and occasionally mobile data.
  • I still had search terms from 2015 because I never updated. Search history with capitalization saved.
  • Profile pictures with the shape of a square. Superior field of view.
  • Less minimalism, more border lines. (I personally dislike minimalism.)
    • Free from material design. (I do not hate material design, but the rounded corners look loose. Windows 10’s flat design is OK becaubecause it looks still very angular. Although, I like the ripple animation of mterial design.).
  • Full numbers instead of rounded numbers (YouTube calls them “abbreviated numbers”. Toxic minimalism) for ratings, view counts and suscriber counts. Rounded numbers are too shallow. (“2M” looks shallow, while e.g. the number “2.021.435” looks vibrant and ultimately sexier than a digit with one letter behind it. Additionally, “2B” can be confused with 28 on the first sight, while a a long number such as 2.039.721.486 looks truly unmistakenably immersive.).
  • Ability to pre-open videos from loaded search results before Internet connection has been established, so that I do not need to open it when the connection has established.
  • Ability to pre-open search pages too. Pre-opening searches saves the search query into the search history, so that I do not forget searching it the next time I open YouTube’s app. Like a tiny sticky note.

How do I keep using the legacy versions of YouTube?

I know MixerBox, but MixerBox has no search history and multi/pop-up window support.

Are there any reasons why browsers should block mixed passive content by default?

Most browsers block “active” content that’s being loaded over HTTP on HTTPS pages. This includes stuff like javascript which can be modified with an MITM and compromise the security of the entire page.

However, “passive” content (i.e. images) are not blocked by default. I was discussing a feature request for Firefox here, and it occurred to me that I’m not really sure about security when it comes to mixed passive content.

What security concerns are there when serving passive content over HTTP on an HTTPS page?

UK tier 2 visa additonal reasons for refusal not mentioned

I had recently made a visa application which was rejected stating that I had not provided a english language certificate from UK NARIC. I have been assigned points in all other categories (Attributes and maintainance).

However the following heighlightened point mentioned on the UK tier 2 guidance document has gotten me worried about my future application.

If you have submitted specified documents in which:
• documents are missing, for example an English language certificate;
• parts of a set of documents (for example, a set of bank statements) are missing; or
• a document or evidence has been submitted but is in the wrong format, for example, where a letter must be on letterheaded paper; or
• a document or evidence does not contain all the specified information;
• a Confirmation for Acceptance of Studies (CAS) or Certificate of Sponsorship(CoS) contains minor errors or missed fields;

we may contact you and/or your representative and/or your sponsor, and request the required documents or missing information.
We will not ask for additional documents if your application will be refused for other reasons.

I was not asked to submit the missing document and this might mean that my application was refused due to other reasons. But there was only one reason on my refusal letter i.e., the before mentioned missing NARIC certificate.

Please suggest.