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OS Login simplifies SSH access management by connecting your Linux user account to your Google identity. Administrators can manage access to instances by setting IAM permissions. Google-provided public images include utilities and components to manage VM access. When you enable OS Login, a helper script activates these components and perform the ...


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I think one should consider what type of information can be contained in calendar entries. Just as an example, what if there is an internal meeting about a vulnerability report, where the meeting invitation includes the full detailed report of the vulnerabilities. Likewise if there is an internal finance meeting with financials attached. Etc, etc. Now ...


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But the risk would be manageable by the individual users ... "Would be" is very different from "will be". Users are also capable of choosing strong and unique passwords but they rarely do because it is inconvenient. Similarly it is likely that users will not properly take care of the risks with sharing calendars because it is too much effort. ... and the ...


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The correct answer depends on which Google OAuth Token, there are three: Access, Refresh, and Identity. Google Access and identity Tokens are only valid for one hour. This means one hour after creation they are worthless. Google Refresh Tokens do not expire and can be used to recreate the other two. It is very common for "dumb" sites to store the Refresh ...


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So the owners or your router that you've connected to, it shows all ip's that has been connected to on the main router and someone or you didn't know has it on blocked to unaccess to the web pages. If it's your router then fix it to where you can make that ip on the router gain access to the YouTube, gmail, or other websites again. It has been you or ...


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Long story short, you can't unfortunately. You could ask a user to provide an encryption key the first time they login, then store that encrypted with the token, but of course the token will change if they reauthenticate (as you identified), so they would have to provide their key again at that point. For you to be able to decrypt the user data you'd have ...


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A presigned URL is like a temporary password included in the URL. Everybody which knows this URL can have access to it as long as the URL is not expired. But web crawlers (there are way more crawlers than Google) will be able to access the URL only if they get to know it because it was included in some public web site or similar. They would not be able to ...


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