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As a web developer, i would like to suppress the web scanning security warning dialog when a user accesses a scanner in their browser

When using ImageGear's web scanning functionality, the user is often times prompted with a dialog, asking to grant permission for the application to access the scanner. A customer is interested in being able to suppress this dialog so as not to interrupt the user's wrokflow.

  • Howard Means
  • Mar 18 2022
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    26 Mar 05:39am

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  • Leo Morgan commented
    25 Mar 12:07pm

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  • eon morgan commented
    25 Mar 06:21am

    Keep information from your website off-site. Backups should not be stored on the same server as your website; they are just as vulnerable to hacking. I am a specialist in backend development services. Keep a backup of your website on a personal computer or hard drive. Find a secure, off-site location to store your data and keep it safe from hardware failures, hacking, and viruses.