user permissions

user permissions

The authorization given to users that enables them to access specific resources on the network, such as data files, applications, printers and scanners. User permissions also designate the type of access; for example, can data only be viewed (read only) or can they be updated (read/write). Also called "user rights," "user authorizations" and "user privileges." See access control.
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Last year, Buzzfeed News reported that "eight apps with a total of more than 2 billion downloads in the Google Play store have been exploiting user permissions as part of an ad fraud scheme that could have stolen millions of dollars." All eight apps were Chinese in origin, with seven from a single developer, Cheetah Mobile.
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Using flexible policy controls, IT can enforce user permissions lockdown while still enabling users to escalate or add additional permissions if needed.
But the Times said that the user permissions were not always explicit as required by the 2011 consent decree with the FTC.
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All files shared through the document viewer are 256-bit AES encrypted in transit, and individual user permissions can be managed by the content owner.
It is important to note that the privacy policy for the Android and iPhone apps are the same but user permissions are presented differently, granting iPhone users more freedom.
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Admins establish document, device and user permissions to ensure sensitive mobile content stays safe, while enabling mobile productivity.
user permissions are logged in separate Microsoft systems.

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