I find certain APIs (that provide sensitive information) using algorithms like
X25519, on top of the already encrypted SSL connection. This compels us to use libraries like Tink (when we have to use it in Android Apps) that provides such algorithms, though the classes it provides us for using such algorithms is explicitly marked not to be used in production.
Is there any reason this could have use cases when transmitting sensitive information?
I understand that generally email communication is insecure by default and would like to know if its possible to setup email servers so that the emails get encrypted when sent between hosts.
I want to know if there is actually a way to include personal information in emails and keep it secure in a Business to Business Scenario (B2B). This usually involves a scenario where and email is generally generated or typed that gives instructions on who to contact or follow up with. It is intended for a human to read and not intended to be processed by a machine
I’d also appreciate any relevant explanation particularly details of commonly known approaches so that i can investigate further. Even if its at the level of a pattern and common strengths and weaknesses.
I am traveling from Mumbai to Stuttgart with an Indian passport and valid student visa of Germany. I have a plane change in Amsterdam. Do I need a transit visa of Netherland for this travel?
I want to travel from Istanbul to Canada using Turkish Airlines. I have an Iranian passport and student visa for Canada. From what I’ve heard, I don’t need a transit visa for my layovers but it seems Turkish Airlines might check for one. Will they?
So far I’ve found two, Canal & Bay Tours, and Panama Marine Adventures. Some of them have mediocre reviews. There are others, like Barefoot Panama, but they seem to be only intermediaries.
Which are the actual operators that offers full or partial Panama Canal transit tours?
I am going to singapore throuhg Australia. I have a sri lankan passport. But it is just a layover for 2 hours. Do I need to apply for a transit visa for that?
I hold an Indian Passport.
I am traveling from Mumbai to Washington DC via the British Airways flight which has two layovers: 16 hours in London and 4 hours in Dublin. I possess an F-1 US student visa. I would be reaching London at 18:25 p.m. and would depart for Dublin at 6:30 a.m. the next day. Similarly, I would reach Dublin at 8:00 a.m. and depart for Washington DC at 12:00 p.m.
I would also need to change terminals at Heathrow from Terminal 5 to Terminal 2.
I wanted to know whether I would require a transit visa for both the places as I am not able to get proper information about the requirements from the official pages. Reading the pages only show that you can transit without a visa if you hold an itinerary to your destination and hold the visa for the US.
Please help me as I am confused and don’t want to get in trouble at international airports.
We are traveling from Frankfurt germany, to Hongkong , by British Airways. and transit in London for 3 hour before the next flight, do we need Transit Visa in London
I am travelling from singapore to Apia by Virgin Australia flight via sydney. As an Indian citizen do i need a transit visa at sydney for a time of two hours.
Do Myanmar citizens need transit visa for a connecting flight from terminal 3 to terminal 2 in dubai airport?