LONDON, United Kingdom, 12-th April 2016 – MBBSoftware has released the second edition of its Website Authenticable Testimonials technology which allows
visitors of websites to authenticate posted testimonials and documents with just 2 mouse clicks. Using the technology a website testimonial or other document can be authenticated
automatically with just 2 mouse clicks, and manually or semi-manually using the document, its signature, and the public key. The technology for Website Authenticable Testimonials
is helpful for website visitors and website owners, as well as for the testimonial givers as they receive traffic and back links from their testified websites.
The second, and perhaps the last revision of the Website Authenticable Testimonials technology, removes imperfections of the original publication which were observed in due course.
The changes include improved overall user experience, simplification the entire process, increased user-error protection, simplification of the attested website maintenance, and
increased positive feedback loop for the testifying website, including easier testimonial revocation.
MBBSoftware has published the technology as open source and thus anyone can freely use it on their website. In addition, MBBSoftware has upgraded the FREE
http://www.AuthenticateTestimonial.com online service to be used by website visitors and owners for
automatic, semi-manual and manual authentication. Act On File is another tool which can be used for
document, including testimonial, authentication which is an all-in-one software suite developed by MBBSoftware.
MBBSoftware is a software development establishment most well-known for its online testimonial authentication technology, the all-in-one software suite Act On File,
the My Lovely slideshow and the Audio Control utility. Other technology which MBBSoftware has developed and released into the
public domain include The Atomic Memory Model and The Object Contextualization Model, which can be used to significantly enhance the quality of coding and increase the
speed of development, as well as the VAT Validator and other libraries.
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