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New course announcement! Authentication and Authorization: OAuth 2.0 http://buff.ly/1E3tz8O

In this course, you will learn to implement the OAuth 2.0 framework to allow users to securely login to your web applications. You'll be provided a restaurant menu application created in Flask. By the end of this course, you will write the necessary code to implement Google+ Sign-In and Facebook Login in options so users can create restaurant menus that are viewable by everyone but only modifiable by the original creator.

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What if the browser had a different default link color for non-https destinations? Yes, you can hover over a link to preview a URL*, but that requires conscious effort and vigilance on behalf of the user. Instead, the browser could provide a subtle hint that the click will lead you to an insecure destination..

I'm using a dramatically different color to illustrate the point, not suggesting that particular one. The site could still override the default browser colors, just as it can today, but by default there would be a user visible hint. 

* There is a caveat here for redirect cases: if the URL in the markup is https but redirects to http.. that's unfortunate, as the hint would be misleading. And since there can be multiple redirects with mixed security policies, the only way to deliver 100% accuracy would be to follow the redirects to final destination before showing the color... which can be costly to do in the background. That said, I'm not sure this is a "must" requirement. Even without this logic I still think it could be an interesting, and useful, hint to the user.

P.S. An alternative and clever suggestion from +Sébastien Portebois: instead of color, change the mouse cursor when you hover over the link.
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+Japan Antani Wish you a very very Happy birthday dost.

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Feelin' great.

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Asus Router RT-N66U – Sharing experience as I upgraded Firmware for the first time (including errors faced and their solutions)
Al right, let me first of all sum up my entire post in just two statements: 1. BE PATIENT, IT TAKES A HECK LOT OF TIME TO UPGRADE FIRMWARE ON ASUS RT-N66U . (It took about 1 hour and 10 minutes for new firmware to be flashed properly and router automaticall...

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A new video I just uploaded on YouTube
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