In an effort to bridge the gap between consumer concern and an effective and readily available security measure, Tele Sign has launched the campaign.
It features the ultimate guide to turning on two-factor authentication (2FA), an additional layer of security that prevents hackers from accessing accounts even if they know your password, for more than 100 websites including popular online banking, social networking and shopping sites. “The number one tip most experts give for increasing account security and stopping the fallout from data breaches is to turn on two-factor authentication,” said Steve Jillings, CEO of Tele Sign.
K., underwent radiocarbon dating in a University of Oxford lab in late 2014. “[With] the style of the writing – it would be like saying you saw an i Phone in the 1990s,” he said.
For many years, the manuscript had been misbound with leaves of a similar Koran manuscript, which can be traced to the late 7th century, according to the university.
In a statement released in July, the university described the radiocarbon dating project as 94.5 percent accurate, placing the Koran among the oldest in the world.
“All we have got is a set of theoretical possibilities,” he told Fox
“It does bear features that are generally thought to have developed later in the history of Islamic calligraphy, but maybe what’s generally accepted about that history needs to be looked at with a fresh pair of eyes.” Consisting of just two parchment leaves, the University of Birmingham’s manuscript contains parts of Suras (chapters) 18 to 20, written with ink in an early form of Arabic script known as Hijazi.
The rapid spread of class 1 integrons in the last 60 years is partly a result of their association with a specific suite of transposition functions, which has facilitated their recruitment by plasmids and other transposons.
The widespread use of antibiotics has acted as a positive selection pressure for bacteria, especially pathogens, which harbor class 1 integrons and their associated antibiotic resistance genes.
This trend leaves people exposed to the ‘domino effect’ – where a hacker compromises a user’s password for one service to access all of their accounts.
On the upside, findings show that consumers are eager to learn about online security.
“We talked to many experienced ornithologists, but none of them had observed slug predatory behaviour towards birds before.” But it turns out that this was not a one-off event: Turzańska and Chachulska found that there had also been reports of this type of behaviour before.