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This started as a comment reply to @user10008 but got too long... Even after the towers are all upgraded, the carriers can't immediately switch off 2g service for a number of reasons. The biggest issue there is that not everyone upgrades their phone frequently; in particular this is true of people who use it as just-a-phone or an emergency-use-only-phone. ...


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In order to make a cellphone tower UMTS-capable, various hardware upgrades need to be made to it. This costs money. For that reason, many cellphone towers, especially in rural areas, have not been upgraded yet. As long as there is not near-100% UMTS coverage, cellphones will still need to support a pure GSM connection to ensure that the user has ...


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Peter: When you use certain mobile apps (take Evernote for example), you don't get redirected to the website to grant permission to the app. Instead, you just log in with your username and password, straight inside the app. Actually Evernote uses OAuth. OAuth2 allows different authentication workflows. The Resource Owner Password Credentials Grant does ...


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It's most likely connecting as a Media Device or Camera. There's a seperate GPO for each type of removable media. Perhaps this particular policy only enforces against flash drives. This is quite common on androids.. I can switch my device to be a Camera and bypass our GPO for blocking removable devices.


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Any merchant accepting payments, regardless of the method, needs to be PCI compliant. To accommodate the various methods of accepting payment (outsource, redirect, iframe, POS, etc.) the PCI council has developed different self assessment questionnaires (SAQ). The SAQ forms are essentially a paired down list of requirements from the full PCI DSS. The ...


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I think the only devices that have this are intel laptops-turned-tables. The only example that come to my mind are Surface Pro range. The Surface pro 1 and 2 have a TPM v1.2, and the Surface Pro 3 has a TPM v3. I don't know of any ARM powered device which has a TPM (although I think there's work in progress on this). In ARM, there's also a security feature ...


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GSM is cheap and good for land with many water bodies, say like small islands and so on. Cheaper goods sell in large populations and Asia got covered by GSM before the CDMA tried its best. CDMA is good in contiguous land area. The sound quality is much better. But royalty has to be payed to Qualcomm who developed CDMA. Hence the technology, subscriber ...


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Can you confirm what you're actually asking here; Is it that you have two domain names IE; 1 - Networkguys001-website.co.uk 2 - Networkguys001-mobileapp.co.uk and you want to have 1 certificate which secures both domains? If this is the case then what type of certificate did you buy from Digicert, I've included a list below; WildCard SSL ...


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As @guki117 pointed out in his answer, the iPhone is connecting as a camera. You should be able to exploit that with a basic digital camera with a removable memory card, put whatever files you want on the card, put it back in the camera and connect the camera with USB. The files should be right there.



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