untrust

untrust

(ʌnˈtrʌst)
n
1. lack of trust; mistrust; doubt
2. lack of trustworthiness; unreliability
vb (intr)
archaic to lack trust or confidence; to have doubt
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A negative NTv indicates a lesser trust values whose STv is '1' or UnTrust.
Table 1: Recommendation Metrics Recommendation Metric STv (SKITE Value) High Trust 9 Controlled Trust 7 Acceptable Trust 5 Moderate Trust 3 UnTrust 1 Table 2: STv Assignment.
We are proactively sharing the unTRUST tool and free recommendations with corporate America," said Erin Nealy Cox, Executive Managing Director and lead of the incident response practice at Stroz Friedberg.
Stroz Friedberg developed its unTRUST tool to remove the pairing records at the heart of the issue.
Details about the process and the unTRUST tool are outlined in the whitepaper, entitled " Mitigating Potential Pairing Record Risks in Apple iOS Devices" and authored by Stroz Friedberg digital forensic experts Cheri Carr and Daniel Blank.
Stroz Friedberg's unTRUST tool is publicly accessible through its GitHub repository.
AbstractConfidence relies on its subclass to define the Trust, Untrust and IsPredictable methods.
In this implementation the update of the predictor is performed by the client and it consists in calling the Trust or Untrust method of the Confidence and the Update method of the ConcretePredictor.
AbstractConfidence is another interface which relies on a concrete confidence class to define the trust, untrust and isPredictable methods.
11) Human Security Unit, Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, UN, Human security in theory and practice: Application of the Human Security Concept and the UNTrust Fund for Human Security, UN, September 2009.
As already introduced, digital signature suffers from a severe vulnerability, directly deriving from the potential untrust worthiness of the platform where the signature generation process runs.
The HA capability allows a second device to act as a warm stand-by in the event of an outage, while dial backup and dual Ethernet Untrust interfaces provide other options for resilient connections.