Verification in a sentence as a noun

How do you know the formal verification process itself isn't buggy?

Either way, I wouldn't hold your breath for a better review verification system.

Python 2 SSL verification didn't exist unless you roll your own, or use Requests.

Every transistor is accounted for by long verification and analysis so 'extra' ones would show up.

RSA signature verification is a little like RSA encryption "inverted", and the element being encrypted is a hash of the content being signed.

If you want verification that replication is working at write time, you can do it with w=2 getLastError parameter.> 3. MongoDB requires a global write lock to issue any write> Under a write-heavy load, this will **** you.

As Ken Thompson put it three decades ago, "no amount of source-level verification or scrutiny will protect you from using untrusted code.

Most of the members are world-class experts in formal verification analysis and try to integrate their knowledge with missions as effectively as possible.

They refuse to let people pay for their services and thus establish a billing verification channel but they're asking users to put tons of important information into them with no recourse if something does happen.

How about every distro that wants to allow binary drivers to run builds their own CA infrastructure, verification and qualification team and revocation infrastructure.

The new approach is pretty straightforward and moves us to a hashed password file, URL-based resets, etc. but also some identity verification features that our customers and customer support staff can use to validate who they are talking to in order to force resets manually.

My bank, Chase, does in fact implement security against such a "lots of random account numbers" attack: not only must the account match, but the MAC/IP address, browser/cookie, and other under-the-hood identifiers must line up; any mismatch between account number and access tools initiates emailing or texting a verification code to a known address/phone, which then must be submitted to close the loop of verification and, only then, allow access.

Verification definitions


additional proof that something that was believed (some fact or hypothesis or theory) is correct; "fossils provided further confirmation of the evolutionary theory"

See also: confirmation check substantiation


(law) an affidavit attached to a statement confirming the truth of that statement