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FIDO

[′fī·dō]
(meteorology)
A system for artificially dissipating fog, in which gasoline or other fuel is burned at intervals along an airstrip to be cleared. Derived from fog investigation dispersal operations.

FIDO

FInite DOmains. A constraint language implemented on top of Prolog.

ftp://ftp.uni-kl.de/pub1/Unix/languages/fido/.
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The Nok Nok S3 Authentication Suite is a FIDO Certified(TM) solution enabling simple, strong and scalable authentication for organizations with Internet-scale mobile applications and web properties, while also providing "future-proofing" with forward compatibility to future authentication methods that support FIDO specifications.
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Nok Nok Labs is a founding member of the FIDO Alliance with customers and partners that include NTT DOCOMO, PayPal, AliPay, Samsung and Lenovo.
With active participation by leaders from multiple business segments, the FIDO Alliance is succeeding in its mission of making the connected world safer for both businesses and consumers by assuring that security measures are easy to use.
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