Dhiway’s SEQR App keeps you safe from malicious QR Codes
Dhiway’s SEQR App keeps you safe from malicious QR Codes

Dhiway’s SEQR App — a security focused quick and easy QR Code scanner is now available on Google Play and App Store. The SEQR app is designed to reveal what is behind the QR and helps you conduct transactions with absolute certainty. The app alerts you to suspicious content & flagged websites to ensure your transaction’s safety and security. The app is free to download and use.

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SEQR features a fast and accurate QR Code scanner which analyses decoded content in near real time. The app strives to keep you safe by bubbling up security features & risks of the QR Codes you scan. This is done by running a number of security checks on the decoded content. …


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Dhiway’s SEQR App — a security focused quick and easy QR Code scanner is now available on Google Play and App Store. The SEQR app is designed to reveal what is behind the QR and helps you conduct transactions with absolute certainty. The app alerts you to suspicious content & flagged websites to ensure your transaction’s safety and security. The app is free to download and use.

Feature set

SEQR features a fast and accurate QR Code scanner which analyses decoded content in near real time. The app strives to keep you safe by bubbling up security features & risks of the QR Codes you scan. This is done by running a number of security checks on the decoded content. …


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Leap from real to the virtual using QR Code

In the summer of 2016, there was another pandemic of sorts that had spread across the world. Pokémon Go was all the rage. People had taken to playing Pokémon Go on their mobile, seeking the elusive Pokémon at every nook and corner in their cities.

This had a curious side-effect, though. As part of the game, players were expected to search for friends’ QR Codes and scan them. This resulted in a surge in Quick Response (QR) Code usage. While QR Codes have been in use since 1994 for various uses, it’s adoption has been mostly muted.

Until the last couple of years. …


How can Educational Institutions leverage Verifiable Credentials to build sustainable, scalable digital credentials distribution abilities

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Over the last couple of years, more and more educational institutions are adopting digital means of delivering credentials to their students. These include certificates of accomplishments, degree certificates, identity and admit cards, among others.

While most institutions have implemented systems that just suffice the need, a number of gaps in terms of security, privacy, functionality can be identified. In addition, opportunities for the organizations to improve their outreach, empower their students, build better interfaces with other stakeholders are not being utilized.

Many of these systems which are built to address specific functions — download and print admit cards, download and share course certificates, copy and share accomplishments on social media — have structural design and architectural deficiencies like…


Image credit: Christian Scheja on Flickr (https://flickr.com/photos/schmollmolch/3388570838/in/photostream/)
Image credit: Christian Scheja on Flickr (https://flickr.com/photos/schmollmolch/3388570838/in/photostream/)
Image credit - Christian Scheja on Flickr (https://flickr.com/photos/schmollmolch/3388570838/in/photostream/)

It is almost 40 years since the formalization of TCP/IP — fundamental building blocks of the internet. In addition to path-breaking technology, the way different academic institutions, non-profit organizations, governments, corporations came together, to build and manage disparate arms — IETF, W3C, ICANN, etc — of what constitute the internet, has been the one single factor contributing to the success of the Internet.

The global society has evolved from being a diffident user of amusing applications of the internet, to having every thread of its mundane life tightly knit through the Internet. Applications of the Internet, such as e-commerce, communications, social networking, etc have used the same traditional transactional heuristics from the traditional brick-and-mortar economy. …

Shashishekhar S

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