Microsoft's ActiveSync is used to synchronise mail, calendars, contacts and sometimes other data between desktop PCs and mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets.
Introduced by Microsoft, ActiveX is a technology describing reusable software components. These components are effectively "baby programs" called "controls". ActiveX controls enables the integration of sound, Java applets and animations in a Web page. Our Microsoft Authenticode Code Signing certificates enable you to digitally sign 32-bit and 64-bit user-mode and Windows ActiveX controls. CODESIGNING
AI stands for Artificial Intelligence. Our product HACKAVERT has its own Artificial Intelligence which detects and analyses the behaviour of any suspect code found.
Always-on-SSL is the practice of implementing site wide SSL, including all pages, cookies and sessions being secured by SSL. It provides persistent protection to website visitors regardless of where they are in your site, how they're interacting with it, and what information is being shared.
Asymmetric encryption or Asymmetric cryptography
Asymmetric encryption or Asymmetric cryptography is a form of encryption where keys come in pairs. What one key (public key) encrypts, only the other (a corresponding private key) can decrypt.
An authcode, or domain authorization code, is a unique code between 6 and 32 characters long, assigned by registrars to a domain name. It is designed to prevent fraudulent or unauthorized transfers.
The process of determining whether someone or something is, in fact, who or what it is declared to be.
Authenticode is Microsoft's object signing system that allows the signing of all kinds of Windows executables and code including .exe, .cab, .dll, .ocx, and .xpi files. It also ensures that your code comes from a trusted source and hasn’t been changed since you signed it. CODESIGNING