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UPDATE: Missing Michigan State University student Nicole Kuang was located on Monday afternoon. MSU police said that "no criminal activity" was involved in her disappearance and that her family has been notified.
Nicole Kuang, 22, last spoke to her family at 10 a.m. on Saturday. She sent family members an invitation to a graduation ceremony at Spartan Stadium but, when they arrived on campus, they could not find her there and later learned that Kuang, a computer science engineering major, was not graduating this semester.
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An authorization gesture is a physical interaction performed by a user with an authenticator as part of a ceremony,such as registration or authentication. By making such an authorization gesture, a user providesconsent for (i.e., authorizes) a ceremony to proceed. This MAY involve user verification if theemployed authenticator is capable, or it MAY involve a simple test of user presence.
The concept of a ceremony [Ceremony] is an extension of the concept of a network protocol, with human nodes alongsidecomputer nodes and with communication links that include user interface(s), human-to-human communication, and transfers ofphysical objects that carry data. What is out-of-band to a protocol is in-band to a ceremony. In this specification, Registration and Authentication are ceremonies, and an authorization gesture is often a component ofthose ceremonies.
In the context of the WebAuthn API, a relying party identifier is a valid domain string identifying the WebAuthn Relying Party on whose behalf a given registration or authentication ceremony is being performed. A public key credential can only be used for authentication with the same entity (as identified by RP ID) it was registered with.
User consent means the user agrees with what they are being asked, i.e., it encompasses reading and understanding prompts.An authorization gesture is a ceremony component often employed to indicate user consent.
There are three broad classes of authentication factors that can be used to prove an identity during an authenticationceremony: something you have, something you know and something you are. Examples include a physical key, a password,and a fingerprint, respectively.
Although user verification is performed locally on the authenticator and not by the Relying Party, the authenticator indicates if user verification was performed by setting the UV flag in the signed response returned to the Relying Party.The Relying Party can therefore use the UV flag to verify that additional authentication factors were used in a registration or authentication ceremony. The authenticity of the UV flag can in turn be assessed by inspecting the authenticator's attestation statement.
Check that the credentialId is not yet registered to any other user. If registrationis requested for a credential that is already registered to a different user, the Relying Party SHOULDfail this registration ceremony, or it MAY decide to accept the registration, e.g. while deleting the older registration.
This client registration extension facilitates reporting certain credential properties known by the client to the requesting WebAuthn Relying Party upon creation of a public key credential source as a result of a registration ceremony.
This OPTIONAL property, known abstractly as the resident key credential property (i.e., client-side discoverable credential property),is a Boolean value indicating whether the PublicKeyCredential returned as a result of a registration ceremony is a client-side discoverable credential.If rk is true, the credential is a discoverable credential.if rk is false, the credential is a server-side credential.If rk is not present, it is not known whether the credential is a discoverable credential or a server-side credential.
Many years ago, our Pack began the tradition of holding the AOL ceremony at a lakeside amphitheater, and launching flaming arrows into the lake as each scouts name was called. Since it's now been determined that these theatrics aren't entirely in keeping with the GTSS with respect to range safety, safe use of fire, etc., we're trying to come up with an impactful, albeit compliant, replacement. I've seen elaborate pulley systems that draw flaming objects along controlled paths, bundles of glow sticks tossed in the air, drum beats, etc. So, what are other Packs/Troops using?
Now, AOL and bridging combined together in itself is not a bad idea IF the logistics of Packs and Troops works out. Watched a simple night outdoor AOL ceremony (5 min) with symbolic arrows and the AOL sign. Just the Webelos and their families and some Troop leaders. Then it was time for bridging. The boys walked across a land bridge (~100 yds) between ponds with torches on alternating sides. 12 of them. Can you guess the next part?. Next to each was a Scout holding a sign of each point of the law, announcing it as they passed. The parents watched their sons disappear into the night one by one as the Scout Law was repeated for each one. Very symbolic and touching. And yes, there were a few parental tears, but the right kind.
Our pack used to do the flaming arrow across the lake also. Granted the lake was way to big to really get a real arrow all the way across. The person on the other side would wait a couple seconds and then light a huge bonfire while the boys canoed across the lake. Very cool effect each year. Since the property we were using was sold we have since moved to our local council camp. There is a zip line already rigged up in the amphitheater for cross over ceremony's. However, the line failed us last year and the flare type thing they were using just sat up on the line burning for a good 5 min(as you can see in the photo). Thankfully we had a back up plan of lighting it discreetly from behind. Still kind of a bummer that it didn't work out the way it was planned. My son crosses over in 2 weeks. I hope it works for his den's ceremony.
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