K3B burn verify fails; error reading sector; Resulting DVD either unreadable or corrupt. Please help

Please help with the following K3B burn problem. Recently I have been trying to write .iso images as a data project to DVD using K3b but the DVDs often end up corrupt or unreadable.

The burn session always comes out successful but the read verification seems to fail every other time I create a DVD. The error says something like:

“Error reading sector…” and whatever number etc.

When testing DVDs that fail the verification, it usually turns out that the last track on the disc can’t be copied to the desktop and results in an error message like:

“Error splicing file input/output” or something like that.

Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any answers online and I would like to avoid wasting time and DVDs every other time I burn a DVD. I don’t know how to stop these corrupt burns from happening in the future. Any help to resolve this issue would be appreciated. Thank you.

K3B burn verify fails; error reading sector; Resulting DVD either unreadable or corrupt. Please help

Please help with the following K3B burn problem. Recently I have been trying to write .iso images as a data project to DVD using K3b but the DVDs often end up corrupt or unreadable.

The burn session always comes out successful but the read verification seems to fail every other time I create a DVD. The error says something like:

“Error reading sector…” and whatever number etc.

When testing DVDs that fail the verification, it usually turns out that the last track on the disc can’t be copied to the desktop and results in an error message like:

“Error splicing file input/output” or something like that.

Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any answers online and I would like to avoid wasting time and DVDs every other time I burn a DVD. I don’t know how to stop these corrupt burns from happening in the future. Any help to resolve this issue would be appreciated. Thank you.

K3B burn verify fails; error reading sector; Resulting DVD either unreadable or corrupt. Please help

Please help with the following K3B burn problem. Recently I have been trying to write .iso images as a data project to DVD using K3b but the DVDs often end up corrupt or unreadable.

The burn session always comes out successful but the read verification seems to fail every other time I create a DVD. The error says something like:

“Error reading sector…” and whatever number etc.

When testing DVDs that fail the verification, it usually turns out that the last track on the disc can’t be copied to the desktop and results in an error message like:

“Error splicing file input/output” or something like that.

Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any answers online and I would like to avoid wasting time and DVDs every other time I burn a DVD. I don’t know how to stop these corrupt burns from happening in the future. Any help to resolve this issue would be appreciated. Thank you.

Automated way to verify user identity

Whats the best way to get people to verify their identity for the purpose of preventing fake accounts on a social site.

For example, Zoosk does the following:

Members who choose to verify their photo will be prompted by the system to record and submit a video “selfie” that will capture the individual’s face from a variety of angles. If the moderators approve the member’s photo, he or she will be notified and a Photo Verified badge will be added to their profile.

However I’m interested to know if there’s a clever way to do this without human intervention (aside from using Amazon Turk service or the like, I mean fully automated)

JSON Web Encryption (JWE): should one verify the alg and enc similarly to JWS alg whitelisting?

Use of JWS may suffer from flaws when relying on the "alg" attribute as described here: Critical vulnerabilities in JSON Web Token libraries.

The advice is to verify that the signing JWS algorithm is in a list of accepted algorithms. Practically, most JWS libraries have added am "alg" whitelist parameter:

verify(string token, string algorithm, string verificationKey) 

They haven’t, however, added such a parameter for JWE decryption.

When proceeding with JWE decryption, should I verify after successful decryption that the "alg" and "enc" are in a whitelist of acceptable values? In other words, does JWE decryption suffers the same problems than JWS signature verification?

To enable extensions, verify that they are enabled in your .ini files

Any Help

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