Clipper Chip Kerberos National Information Infrastructure (NII)
The Clipper chip was developed by the NSA (National Security Agency) for enciphering and deciphering messages. It was promoted for voice transmission in telecommunications companies. The Clipper chip was announced in 1993, not all consumers and manufacturers embraced it and only last to 1996.
The user can continue to view the page they are currently on, but if they navigate away from the page, they will be logged out.
At 7 PM, the user will be effectively logged out of the system but the user will still have access to his current page. Having being logged out of the system, the have the access to perform any DML, read write, execute operation and at the same time the user won't be able to open any new page; navigating away from this page, the user will be notified that they're logged out.
This is possible because the moment the user sends a new request to the server to execute some DMLs or to navigate, the system logs out the user immediately signaling a sessionexpiry
Conclusively, already logged in users will only have Read-Only access once mode once the Login Hours has elapsed for the organization. No consequent saves or edits can be made to the database, at this point.
long int factorial(int n); // declaration of factorial function
int main() // main function
int n; // variable declaration
printf("Enter a positive integer: ");
scanf("%d", &n); // input number
while(n<0) // checking the condition if number is negative
printf("please enter a positive number:");
printf("Factorial of %d = %ld", n, factorial(n)); // calling factorial function
long int factorial(int n1) // recursive definition of factorial
if (n1 >= 1)
In this program, it ask for a positive number input. if the value enter by user is negative then it again ask for positive input i.e positive number. Then it calls the recursive function of factorial. the recursive function factorial calculate the factorial recursively. suppose user input 4 then it goes to the if part of program i.e return n*factorial(n-1); that means return 4*factorial(3) again recursive function call itself .this process repeated until it meets the base condition. when a base condition meets, it return factorial of the given number.