Why are you selling this site?
it's a new website approved on Google News, Adsense.
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How is it monetized?
Adsense, new monetization
Does this site come with any social media accounts?
How much time does this site take to run?
What challenges are there with running this site?
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Most of the geniuses in their field are in StackOverflow. So is it possible that a StackOverflow account can be hacked without the owner knows? and if StackOverflow account is hacked do we lose any other information(like social media passwords)other than StackOverflow information?
I have installed Oracle Database 19c Enterprise Edition on Oracle Linux 7.8.I am now trying to install Apex 20.1 .
Got to the chapter "18.104.22.168 Running apxchpwd.sql" to set the instance administrator password. Executed the
@apxchpwd.sql command, it asks me for user name, e-mail and password but then it gives an error as if the password does not have enough complexity, although the password I provide is literally
H29dN8%Ih^^IV$ Y3$ j4Mx. Tried various other passwords, nothing seems to be acceptable.
What can be the problem?
Here is how I got to the error:
[oracle@oraclemachine apex]$ sqlplus /nolog SQL*Plus: Release 22.214.171.124.0 - Production on Tue Aug 25 09:50:03 2020 Version 126.96.36.199.0 Copyright (c) 1982, 2019, Oracle. All rights reserved. SQL> connect sys as sysdba Enter password: Connected. SQL> SQL> @apxchpwd.sql ...set_appun.sql ================================================================================ This script can be used to change the password of an Application Express instance administrator. If the user does not yet exist, a user record will be created. ================================================================================ Enter the administrator's username [ADMIN] apexadmin User "apexadmin" does not yet exist and will be created. Enter apexadmin's email [apexadmin] email@example.com Enter apexadmin's password  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PASSWORD_COMPLEXITY_ERROR * PASSWORD_ONE_ALPHA_ERR * PASSWORD_ONE_PUNCTUATION_ERR * PASSWORD_ONE_UPPER_ERR * PASSWORD_ONE_LOWER_ERR -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- declare * ERROR at line 1: ORA-20001: Password validation failed. ORA-06512: at line 30 ORA-06512: at "APEX_200100.WWV_FLOW_FND_USER_INT", line 3744 ORA-06512: at line 20
Services like Dashlane and Bitwarden are unable to decrypt your passwords without your Master Password.
So, how does Chrome do it when they also state that your passwords are encrypted using your Google username and password?
I work in the forex industry (not crypto) with my own funds. There's a broker that let me trade extremely high and thanks for that I can open bigger positions every day. However, I can only deposit and withdraw via Bitcoin.
I don't have problems engaging businesses with the biggest exchangers because I can incorporate a business for doing this, not under my own name. I was thinking about incorporate in UK LLP and/or Scotland LLP. Those are the only places in EU Zone that I have…
Corporate bank account for cashing out bitcoin payments in USD/ EUR for 500k+
To my understanding, password-protected spreadsheets are not best practice for storing admin creds, whether it’s a company of 5 people or a company of 50,000 people. In such a case, what are some best practices for storing admin account credentials?
My two cents: An obvious answer might be encrypt the data and store it in a db. My response to that is say there’s a data breach, the db is compromised, maybe the nefarious user(s) grab a copy of your db, deletes the db, and now your admin creds are all gone and you cannot access any systems because you don’t know the admin credentials. Maybe storing it n the db is a good move to help ensure the data is encrypted and in one centralized location, but you’re still vulnerable if an attack is successful.
There’s two-factor authentication and store the data with a third-party but does it make sense to store company sensitive admin credentials with a third-party?
So, I go back to password-protected files or spreadsheets. If only a limited number of people within an organization need to know the admin creds, does it make more sense to store it in a spreadsheet or file, password protect it with AES 256-bit encryption using a very strong password (longer the better), and securely pass the file around to those who need it and update the passwords on a frequent basis? The file would be stored on the local machine of each user who are privy to the information. And maybe break out the creds into several files and each file has a different password to open it.
I’m very curious to hear what others in the community would recommend.
For a year or so I have been receiving emails that are obviously spams and phishing emails that look like (in their content and subject) legit emails.
Here is an example:
I activated an account on Amazon Prime today, and an hour after I received an email titled "Amazon.com" with the subject "Recent modifications on your account etc." and when I open the email I can clearly see it’s some phishing email (the sender email address from Gmail and with some emergency kind of message, saying "click here or your account will disappear" etc.)
I really don’t see how the hacker succeeded in knowing what emails I receive so that he can send lookalike emails just after. Only thing I see is that he has access to my account, but I changed the password and still have the same problem.
Personal account of a person you want is closed for money
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i used 2 plugin (tera wallet and yith my account customize my account page) but the problem is why in endpoints admin page not showing "my wallet" endpoint menu? i need to cusomize the position of "my wallet" endpoints
but in the frontend website "my wallet" is showing, but not in admin panel yith customize my account page
i need to move the endpoint "my wallet" position to top of maykamanias room
In the last week, I have gotten an alarming number of text messages from my banks 2FA system sending me verification codes. I believe this indicates my password has been compromised. I’ve had my account for 9 years and nothing like this has ever happened before. I recently added my significant other to the account as a joint holder.
I haven’t contacted my bank yet (although I plan to) but honestly, I don’t imagine they will do anything except for advising me to change my password. And I will. But here’s why I’m reluctant to do that.
In the 2 years that we’ve been together, my SO has had frequent hacks on her various accounts and is constantly getting fraudulent charges on her accounts. A month ago, her Amazon Prime account was being hacked and used to buy digital content, and every time she changed her password the account was being hacked again within a day or two.
Seeing all of this, I believe there might be a keylogger or some other malware on her phone. I’ve mentioned this possibility, but according to her, "iPhones don’t get viruses."
Other than contacting the bank and letting them know what I have seen, and changing the password to the account, what can I do to put the lid on this before it boils over? If it was me, I would go through the phone and delete any app that looked questionable, but since it’s not my phone and my partner isn’t willing to acknowledge the problem, I can’t do that. Maybe I’m jumping to conclusions as well. Any suggestions for an anti-malware scan, or other ways to lock down the security?