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Without more data I can only hint at some ideas. I see two basic strategies: Encryption: Webserver B has a public/private key. Webserver a knows B's public key. When the client makes the request to A, A returns the data encrypted with B's public key. The browser then passes the information to B for processing. Side channel: When the browser contacts A, a ...
Manufacturing costs are the primary driver of this flexibility. While phones often have many names on the outside, on the inside, there are a much smaller number of actual hardware manufacturers. Since one hardware builder has to create kit for several OEMs, it is much easier to build the systems with EEPROMs that can be reflashed again and again, so ...
In some countries (I think China is one), regulations require the phone's IMEI to change each time it's repaired.
I think it is here, under 1020.410 (i), which states: If the originator's bank has knowledge that the person placing the payment order is not the originator, the originator's bank shall obtain and retain a record of the originator's taxpayer identification number (e.g., social security or employer identification number) or, if none, alien identification ...
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