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How can one obfuscate the structure of an encrypted folder while maintaining the original directory structure?

I am currently working on a form of backup software that supports encryption but also maintains the directory structure of the encrypted files and folders so that it is also decryptable and easily accessible on mobile. The problem that arises is that doing so would result in being able to approximate the directory structure of the encrypted directories.

I do not want to use “encrypted” containers that split themselves because that would require all content to me migrated to the container and that would be a nuisance for the average end user.

I have thought about two potential solutions for attempting to hide the directory structure of the encrypted folders, one would be to create “dummy” directories and files that would contain random information and would have a unique identifier determined by a PRNG whose seeding is done by the Argon2d hash of the secret such that it can be illustrated as such:

{   "filename_secret": "t983q4hyt8q90h23jt49g8q32yht98q34h2t98432th2893t98oi34hj89th38394th54ht89025",   "filename_checksum": "98fgh34892tjh8934ht983h4tg80h350th34509yjtth54ijy",   "filename_identifier": "1250685768126012",   "filename_contents": "gtf90i8234hrt8h340t89h3480th08h435wt0843jhyhj03495hy4039iyjh9450yj90435jy0945jy09543jy09435jy90435jy9045j90yj94035jyt843h598th98tg9873gt89732gt89og3498tg79234gtbu934hgt9783g49tugbh3489tgfh34897tb9ui34ht9834ht9843ght98734b2t89erkjbgfuisdgfbvkjisdbafguoisahrguifgh8734gt873g4t7342gtb98324gt3874hgt89h5t893h2890th93428ght9u23ohnth8934gh893urgfbuoiewrbg7eguisofbv9uebnfvuiowerbfg98werhfg" } 

The identifier serves the purpose of skipping such files for resource-intensive operations since they are dummy files. The problem with this is that the identifier, if determined (say, because it is the same) will simply be a trivial problem for a potential attacker to remove the dummy files

The second option would be to remove the identifier and simply keep a list of all dummy files within the _tablefile that will be generated in each directory for the purposes of versioning support and then encrypt that as a secret and then while processing, go through the _tablefile and ignore them for all purposes.

Neither of them seem like elegant options and I cannot think of a better way to implement a way to hide directory structure while maintaining it for the user only. What would be an elegant way to succeed in doing that?

logger initialization in JEE based web application

While working on a web (JEE based) application I saw some different ways people have instantiated loggers in different classes. First way is classic way like,

private static final Logger logger = LoggerFactory.getLogger(AbstractPersistenceObjectDAO.class); 

but as JEE applications are CDI enabled in some managed classes it was injected like

@Inject private Logger logger; 

is there any advantage if using logger with CDI, in terms of performance (time or memory)? Are there any downsides of any of these approaches? While @inject can only be used in managed environments, does it offer any advantage over other?

Is there a guide on how to create a monster to 1 v 1 a PC?

I have read all about how to create an encounter or “boss” monster for a group of PCs to defeat based on challenge rating, but I do not see if there is any guidance on how to create/modify a monster to make it a challenge of any certain rating if it were a 1 v 1 situation.

Essentially I want a PC (Level 5) to be forced to fight in a gladiator pit for its survival/release from prison, and I would like to design/modify an Orc to be the challenger.

Obviously a CR5 monster would be way too tough, but I am not sure if the CR system would help figure out what a hard/deadly challenge would be for a single character to handle.

Curious if there are guides out there that could help explain how to create/modify a monster for this role.

Thank you!

Powershell CSOM to retrieve Permission levels tagged for the group

Can any one code me to retrieve the permission levels tagged for the group using Powershell CSOM.Please tell me the property her is my code sample

Add-Type -Path "C:\Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.dll"    Add-Type -Path "C:\Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Runtime.dll"            #SPO Client Object Model Context      $  spoCtx = New-Object Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.ClientContext($  sSiteUrl)      $  spoCredentials = New-Object System.Net.NetworkCredential($  sUserName, $  sPassword)        $  spoCtx.Credentials = $  spoCredentials             $  web = $  spoCtx.Web     $  spGroups =$  web.SiteGroups     $  spoCtx.Load($  spGroups)     $  spoCtx.ExecuteQuery()       foreach($  group in $  spGroups)     {         #Write-Host " Group Name = $  ($  group.Title)"      } 

¿Qué significa la ‘y’ en el comando :`sudo apt install -y mongodb`

El comando lo he sacado de un curso que estoy haciendo, el caso es que he buscado en internet sobre el comando install y no veo el parametro ‘y’ también he ejecutado install –help y me sale :

  -C, --compare              -c                         -d, --directory            -D   -g, --group=GROUP      -m, --mode=MODE        -o, --owner=OWNER      -p, --preserve-timestamps    -s, --strip             elimina las tablas de símbolos   -S, --suffix=SUFIJO     reemplaza el sufijo de respaldo habitual   -t, --target-directory=DIRECTORIO  copia todos los argumentos ORIGEN                                      al DIRECTORIO   -T, --no-target-directory  trata DESTINO como fichero normal   -v, --verbose           muestra el nombre de cada directorio conforme se                           van creando       --preserve-context  preserve SELinux security context   -Z                      set SELinux security context of destination                             file and each created directory to default type       --context[=CTX]     like -Z, or if CTX is specified then set the                             SELinux or SMACK security context to CTX       --help     muestra esta ayuda y finaliza       --version  informa de la versión y finaliza  ´´´ no veo que opcion ' y'  

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