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JSON Web Tokens (JWT) use digital signatures to establish the authenticity of the data they contain, as well as authenticating the identity of the signer. A valid signature check ensures that any party can rely on the contents and the signatory of the JWT. This is typically accomplished by using an asymmetric signing algorithm such as RS-256 (RSA + SHA256 hash). The "asymmetry" is where the private key of a
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A slow response can wreck an otherwise perfect video playback experience. At least, that is what data shows when it comes to streaming high quality video content to any device, anywhere in the world. While there is no way to control when a slow response will happen, Akamai can offer an alternative when it does.
Online video streaming is everywhere today. It's available on the smallest hand-held devices to the largest of screens in our living rooms. Magically and for the most part, it works and provides a very captivating experience. However, if you step back to look at the overall architecture, media streaming is a very reactive process.
In my previous blogs, I wrote about how phishing is no longer just an email problem, how the industrialization of phishing is being driven by the easy availability and low cost of phishing toolkits, and how current phishing defenses are being bypassed by attackers.
Written by: David Springfall, Founder and CTO of Yospace Under David's technical and strategic leadership, Yospace pioneered server-side ad insertion and established itself as the global leader in OTT stream monetisation. The Yospace technology supports full one-to-one personalisation and provides a true broadcast-quality user experience for live and on-demand. Today, Yospace services major networks and providers throughout the world, including AT&T Entertainment Group in the US; Sky, ITV, BT Sport,
Digital business transformation has meant a continued shift in the way organizations think about secure access. The focus on security has moved away from data centers and toward users. Workforce productivity, flexibility, and application performance are driving the demand to give users cloud-delivered secure access from the edge.