Can search results for a particular library be set up to be displayed to authenticated users but not anonymous users?

I have a document library that I like:

  1. Be accessible to anonymous and authenticated users
  2. However, they can only be searched by authenticated users and displayed only in their results

So far, I have not found any way to achieve this in SharePoint 2013. Does somebody has any idea?

8 – How do I prevent "Sign in to publish comments" for anonymous users?

How do I remove the "Sign in to post comments" option at the bottom of my content Drupal 8 while old comments remain visible to all and still comment on existing registered users? Basically, I do not want anonymous users to find my login page. This means there are no CSS hiding or javascript solutions (bots still follow the link).

So if there are comments about a node:

I would like anonymous users to:

  1. See the comments as usual
  2. NO comment link will be displayed
  3. There will also be NO "Login / Register" link displayed

I would like authenticated users to:

  1. See the comments as usual
  2. See "Add / Reply" comment links as usual

If there are NO comments for a node:

I would like anonymous users to:

  1. See NOTHING at the bottom of the node

I would like authenticated users to:

  1. See "Add a comment" link as usual

How can I prevent Drupal 8 from showing "Log in to post comments" for anonymous users?

How do I remove the "Sign in to post comments" option at the bottom of my content Drupal 8 while old comments remain visible to all and still comment on existing registered users? Basically, I do not want anonymous users to find my login page. This means there are no CSS hiding or javascript solutions (bots still follow the link).

So if there are comments about a node:

I would like anonymous users to:

  1. See the comments as usual
  2. NO comment link will be displayed
  3. There will also be NO "Login / Register" link displayed

I would like authenticated users to:

  1. See the comments as usual
  2. See "Add / Reply" comment links as usual

If there are NO comments for a node:

I would like anonymous users to:

  1. See NOTHING at the bottom of the node

I would like authenticated users to:

  1. See "Add a comment" link as usual

sharepoint online – Public anonymous CDN access

I've set up a public CDN in our SharePoint environment and the following cmdlet shows that it was successful

Set-SPOTenantCdnEnabled -CdnType Public

Public CDN-eligible sites:

* / MASTER PAGE

* / STYLE LIBRARY

* / CLIENTSIDEASSETS

SITES / DEV / CDN

However, when I try to access it anonymously, I am asked to log in to O365. How can an external user access the public CDN when it is behind a login wall? Do I misunderstand how they should work?

Based on this article, anyone should be able to access the assets in my CDN by having only the URL

Invalid view cache block for anonymous users

I have a display block that needs updating every 8 hours.
I tried the Views Custom Cache Tag module [https://www.drupal.org/project/views_custom_cache_tag], but I did not get it up and running. I set my viewport view tag and then invalidate this tag on every API call, but the block is not updated.
I am looking for a programmatic solution to clear the viewport cache without changing the rest of the content.

7 – URL with parameter – anonymous against registered users

I have a content type that only logged in users can create. The link users click to get to the edit page is /node/add/my_content_type?abc
(I'm using the abc parameter so the Rules module can respond later.)

Problem:

Anonymous users will be redirected to the login page when clicking on such a link. After logging in, the user is redirected to /node/add/my_content_typehowever the parameter abc is gone.

I can fix it by creating the URL with an encrypted question mark like this: /node/add/my_content_type%3Fabc

This works for an anonymous user (the redirected URL contains the abc Parameter); However, if a logged-in user clicks on such a link, it will only be forwarded to /node/add (my_content_type%3Fabc was omitted).

What would be the best solution here? Thanks.

Anonymity – practicability of direct anonymous certification

DAA (Direct Anonymous Attestation) is not the only method that can be used to obtain anonymous acknowledgment. In general, these schemes allow a company to remain anonymous throughout the attestation process. It is not about the certificate, but about the revocation of the key. The TPM / FIDO DAA schema requires maintaining a list of vulnerable private keys to allow for revocation. But the assumption that the private key of a compromised device has been leaked publicly is naive. In fact, in many scenarios, a hacker can not recognize a compromised key. Such a key can be used for attacks such as denial-of-service attacks, and so on. Because the device identity is anonymous to the service provider, the service provider can not distinguish an attacker from a real user.

What makes it even worse is storing / protecting the private key using hardware key storage or HSM (Hardware Security Module). A hacker may have the knowledge to hack and extract the private key from an HSM by using a zero-day vulnerability. Because the private key is designed so that it is not output in clear text. Therefore, even if a user confirms that his device is compromised, he has no way of informing the authority because it is not possible to extract the private key as a normal user.

Therefore, DAA sounds like a wonderful technology, but is not commercially viable?

The reset block reset button does not work for anonymous users

I have Close Block 7.x-1.6 on Drupal 7.67. The "close block" setting is the default. This is the "push up" behavior, the animation speed "500", the checkbox "Save status for user", "How often is displayed" and "Frequency" are empty.

Close block react:

  1. The block should close after the user once clicked the close button. (That works fine)

  2. If the administrator clicks the Reset button in the Block Close area, the block should reappear to the user. However, It appears for authenticated users, but not anonymous,