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Signature Form 3-202-9 Date Rev 9/2010 OMB Control No. 1018-0022 Expires 02/28/2014 PERMITTEE REPORT YEAR SUPPLEMENTAL PAGE NO FEDERAL FISH AND WILDLIFE PERMIT REPORT Paperwork Reduction Act Privacy Act and Freedom of Information Act Notices In accordance with the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 44 U.S.C. 3501 et seq. and the Privacy Act of 1974 5 U.S.C. 552a please be advised The gathering of information on fish and wildlife is authorized by Authorizing statutes can be found at http //www....
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YEAR 1990 REPORT FOR 1990 REPORT TO US-CANADA WILDLIFE PROGRAM. SUBMITTED BY: JOSEPH PRIMER C/O WILDLIFE FORCA. PO Box 1348 Winnipeg, MB R3C 1C3 (NOTE: Boxes may be opened only at the discretion of the Public Proprietary.) RECEIPT — REPORTER'S NAME REPORTER'S ADDRESS RECEIPT REASON FOR REPORTS RECEIPT FOR ADDITIONAL CURRENT INFORMATION IN A BRIEF FORM. (A) Permit application for a mink (Oswald Paris) is hereby submitted with the required accompanying documentation to the Regional Office responsible for that area, and all permits for mink for the region will be published in a regional quarterly newsletter. The application can be mailed to: Canadian Mink Farmers Association WV-2. 2385 West Main Street Richmond, MO 63360 (See attached address) (B) Permit application for a raccoon (Nectarines procyonids) is hereby submitted with the required accompanying documentation to the Regional Office responsible for that area, and all permits for raccoons for the region will be published in a regional quarterly newsletter. The application can be mailed to: Canadian Raccoon Farmers Association WV-2. 2385 West Main Street Richmond, MO 63360 (See attached address) © Permit application for a raccoon (Nectarines procyonids) and a fisher (Reprints microbes) is hereby submitted with the required accompanying documentation to the Regional Office responsible for that area, and all permits for fisher for the region will be published in a regional quarterly newsletter. The application can be mailed to: Canadian Fishermen's Association WV-2. 2385 West Main Street Richmond, MO 63360 (See attached address) (D) Any permit submitted on behalf of a specific fisher or mink must be accompanied by a separate permit for the fisher/mink to the fisher/mink in question. Permits will only be issued if a valid Fisher/Mink Species Permit is received from the permit holder (Mink/Mink, Mink/Mink-Raccoon for example).
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Hello everyone in this video we're going to talk about HTTP secure HTTP and SSL now HTTP stands for hypertext Transfer Protocol now this is probably the most widely used protocol in the world today HTTP is the protocol that is used for viewing web pages on the Internet so when you type in a web address like google com you'll notice that HTTP is automatically added at the beginning of the web address and this indicates that you are now using HTTP to retrieve this web page now in standard HTTP all the information is sent in clear text so all the information that is exchanged between your computer and that web server which includes any text that you type on that website that information is transferred over the public Internet and because it's transferred in clear text it's vulnerable to anybody who wants it such as hackers now normally this would not be a big deal if you were just browsing regular websites and no sensitive data such as passwords or credit card information are being used but if you were to type in personal sensitive data like your name address phone number passwords or credit card information that sensitive data goes from your computer, and then it has to travel across the public Internet to get to that web server and this makes your data vulnerable because a hacker that somewhere on the Internet can listen in as that data is being transferred and steal your information so as you can see this hacker is stealing personal information as it's traveling over the Internet, so he has a name phone number address credit card numbers and so on, so this is a problem as far as security and this is why HTTP was developed HTTP stands for secure hypertext Transfer Protocol and this is HTTP with a security feature secure HTTP encrypts the data that being retrieved by HTTP it ensures that all the data that's being transferred over the internet between computers and servers is secure by making the data impossible to read, and it does this by using encryption algorithms to scramble the data that's being transferred so for example if you were to go to a website that requires you to enter personal information such as passwords or credit card numbers you will notice that an S will be added to the HTTP in the web address and this s indicates that you are now using secure HTTP and have entered a secure website where sensitive data is going to be passed and that data is going to be protected and in addition to the s being added a lot of web browsers will also show a padlock symbol in the address bar to indicate that secure HTTP is being used so by using secure HTTP all the data which includes anything that you type is no longer sent in clear text it's scrambled in an unreadable form as it travels across the internet so if a hacker were to try and steal your information he would get a bunch of meaningless data because the data is encrypted and the hacker would not be able to crack the encryption to unscramble the data now secure HTTP protects the data by...
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