I booked a flight from China to Thailand using an online travel agent and have the air reservation number, E-Ticket number, and Airline Confirmation Number.
I want to verify this on AirAsia’s website but according to their help page on this topic I have to log in to my existing AirAsia account or create one with the email address I used to book the ticket. This seems to rely on me having booked the flight directly with AirAsia.
Am I missing something or can I not verify this flight directly with AirAsia and only with the online travel agent?
My account was locked I can’t log on my account and My recovery option was my email only but I made my account when I still had my old number, and have no way of accessing that number, and can’t send to a different phone number.
What are my options?
If I understand correctly, you cannot use E2EE in the browser because technically if the server was compromised the server could send malicious JavaScipt to the client and respond with the client’s secret encryption key/password.
Working with LHS:
I’ve tried using the sum to product trig ID to get:
1 + 2cos(3x/2)cos(x/2) from here I’ve tried a couple of things, but can’t seem to get closer. I’ve tried changing the (3x/2) into (5x/2 – x) and using sum identity, but this just makes things even messier.
I also tried working the RHS. I’m only allowed to use the basic trig ID’s: pythag, double and half angle, and sum to product and product to sum.
How does relative timelock work? I mean, I know the theoretical description, but how to use nSequence concretely ? Can you do me a practical example with 2 sample transactions one of which locked with nSequence from another?
O.P. I switched phones and I cannot login to my account on the new phone. It keeps on giving me the message above.
Weird thing is that I’m still login in my Samsung tabtet. I was able to get some code to verify my identity but I was never asked for this. I was never asked to verify using my phone or Google authenticator either.
The best I got from the AWESOME Google customer service is that they’ll get back to me in 3-5 days.
Any ideas on what else to do?
I’m a web developer working on a project for a client. To keep it short, the project has company listings. These company listings are not provided by the companies themselves and instead it is just a part of big data, however companies can choose to claim their profiles. However, now I run into the problem of how to verify if the user claiming the company is indeed from the company. By default, we have the company’s email whether it is claimed or unclaimed. I can always send an email to that address with a verification token to claim the company. However what if that email is incorrect in our database or no longer in use? I can’t let the user enter the email himself else anyone can claim any company. Does anyone have a solution to this problem? Would enforcing the domain of the email be enough? As in, suppose someone was claiming McDonald’s as a company, would enforcing McDonalds.com in the email be enough? Does anyone have a better idea?
I have just bought a second-hand Android phone (Samsung) and would like to check that there’s nothing nasty on there before I start using it in earnest. It’s my first smartphone! I have some experience with Linux Mint, but not a lot.
I’ve compiled a list of the apps installed (not system apps) and I would like to understand the origin of each and, on a superficial level at least, the purpose of each. I’m finding it hard to find some of this info, e.g. what is ‘OM Customize’. Is there a good encyclopedia of Android apps out there that I’ve missed so far? I could post the list here if anyone can help?
The phone was very cheap, and I’m wondering whether there’s some security tool I should use to check it, and potentially whether I should look at rooting it. My main usage at the moment is actually just going to be as a GPS tool and note-taker, so not particularly interested in the ‘normal’ bells and whistles applications.
S-> aAb | aBd
A-> ab | Bd | e
B-> ab | d | f
I am getting a loop during CNF conversion but in question it stated that it’s a finite language.