He did his Ph D from Harbin Institute of technology, Harbin, P. He has more than 10 years of teaching, research and development experience.
He did his Ph D from Vienna University of technology.
From 2010–2011 he was a Postdoc fellow at Indiana University, USA.
This sounds like a good idea if you already spend your time inside the JS console, but it only shows you the line where the issue is and the general description - no start and end lines and columns, no excerpts and no links for additional help.
It can also get a bit messy as the output is mixed with other JS warnings and logs you might have in your JS console.
His areas of research are security and privacy issues cloud computing, secure provenance, and performance tuning.
He is actively involved in teaching, research, and development activities.We propose a secure provenance scheme that uses the auditor as a witness to the chain build process whereby a verification tree is incrementally built by the auditor which serves as his view of the chain.Our scheme removes the transitive trust dependency hence collusion attacks by consecutive participating entities are successfully detected.Additionally, our scheme captures the DAG structure of provenance information and achieves secure provenance requirements; integrity, availability and confidentiality.Security analysis and empirical results show that the scheme provides better security guarantees than the previously proposed schemes with reasonable overheads involved that can be outweighed by the protection capabilities provided and removal of transitive trust which may not be feasible.This extension shows the HTML validation results on a nice overlay in your validated page, which is a lot nicer than having to look for the results on the console. Cons: Can’t be configured to use your own Validator instance.