There are many features you can consider when selecting a party dress, including color, length and overall style. While all of those features are important, the neckline is equally important. This top portion of your dress naturally draws the eye. If you select the right neckline and ensure your dress fits properly, you can turn heads and look your best in any color or style of dress.
When selecting a neckline, you will typically have the following options:
- Single shoulder
Strapped dresses can wrap around your shoulders or around your neck. These dresses are appropriate for most social occasions, but they are tamer than the other necklines. If you want to spice it up without standing out too much, go for a V neckline. These dresses will have more material over the shoulders and will allow you to show off some cleavage.
If you are proud of your shoulders and feel comfortable showing more skin, you can select a strapless or halter dress. The single-shoulder neckline is also an option, especially if you want to show more skin while still feeling covered up. Just covering one shoulder makes many women feel more secure than they would in a strapless neckline.
Think about the occasion you are celebrating when looking at affordable party dresses with different necklines. Choose a more covered-up look if you feel showing skin is not appropriate for your occasion, but don’t hesitate to let it all hang out if you really want to turn heads.Donations appreciated. Every little $ helps. Or click Google +1
When people think of PDF Security they are often referring to the password security facility available in Adobe Acrobat and other third party PDF Writers.
Using these applications you can apply two different types of password security to a PDF file.
1) The first is a document open password, which controls who has access to a PDF (who can open the document). This is also known as a user password, as users must type in the password you specify to open the PDF.
Evidently the downside of using a document open password is that once you have given the document and password to one person they can then give this to others. It is therefore not a very secure approach, especially if confidentiality of a document is required.
2) The second is a permissions password which is used to prevent users from changing or removing the controls placed on a document. These generally cover copying and editing text, and printing a PDF.
Unfortunately, there are many freely available and purchasable password cracking tools on the web that can remove these passwords in seconds – see http://www.elcomsoft.co.uk/apdfpr.html as an example who quote on their web site “Get access to password-protected PDF files quickly and efficiently! Instantly unlock restricted PDF documents by removing printing, editing and copying restrictions! Advanced PDF Password Recovery recovers or instantly removes passwords protecting or locking PDF documents created with all versions of Adobe Acrobat or any other PDF application.”.
What these applications do not is enable you to set a PDF expiry date, apply dynamic watermarks, revoke access, or prevent screen grabbing.
Some of this functionality however is provided with Adobe Content Server for a large initial and pay per transaction fees. However the Adobe Digital Editions app required to view the protected content has been comprehensively cracked. Adobe Livecycle ES4 extends the security functionality and price! with the use of online/offline use, document tracking, dynamic watermarks, and document revocation. You can encrypt a PDF document with either a password or a certificate, but if you use the stronger certificate approach then you must know BEFORE you protect the document who you want to send it to. Evidently this would not work in a situation where you were selling say PDF reports or ebooks from your web site.
PKI (Public Key Technology) & Digital Signatures
Adobe also supports the use of digital signatures. These were invented as a method of being able to ‘identify’ someone online and prevent falsifications. But they have several problems. People could generate their own ‘identities’ unless you made them buy their ‘digital identity’ or signature from a ‘Trusted Third Party’ (TTP) who likes to charge them every year for the privilege, as well as making them jump through hoops to prove who they are. So the TTP ones are pricey, painful and not very useful, and the self-generated ones prove nothing. Worse, users can give the signature away to anyone they like because there is no penalty for doing that, and no cost.
So whilst passwords have major security weaknesses, so does PKI.
If you are looking for a secure alternative to PDF Security, then check out companies such as LockLizard who use public key technology and secure transparent key exchange to ensure your documents remain protected no matter where they reside.Donations appreciated. Every little $ helps. Or click Google +1
Who doesn’t like a late night meal? I for one tend to frequent diners after a late night escapade with my drinking buddies.
Drinking liquor makes me hungry so that is one reason why I frequent diners after spending time in bars. Sure, bars have their own set of meals but they are pretty limited. Now diners, they make better burgers if you ask me and I find solace in these kind of places after the noisy environment that is in bars.
Jack in the Box is one great diner. If you have not been there yet, you are missing out on their delicious burgers. And the good news is that they are shelling out new late night Jacks Munchie Meals: