Why Google Cache Showing 404 on my React Base Webpages?

My web page is client-side rendered with React. On hitting the cache, it is showing 404 instead of a rendered page.

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When I inspect the Page URL on Search Console, Its parsing and rendering my page properly on Google Index as well as on Live Test.

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Why cache page is showing 404? Is the Client-side react is responsible? If not then what is the issue? Or will it be resolved automatically in a few days?

Note It’s my new site which recently goes live in last week.

alternate names for d20 base classes

Good day all. Base classes names in d20 modern are ugly. I can’t hear "strong hero" or "fast hero". I’m searching a way to present the basic classes in some more fancy way. The names are actually these:

  • Strong Hero
  • Fast Hero
  • Tough Hero
  • Smart Hero
  • Dedicated Hero
  • Charismatic Hero

I’d like some names that are actually generic and can give a clue of the primary ability. Actually I’m thinking about making a list of generic jobs (or adjectives) for each class, so for example the strong here could be a lifter, or a muscle guy/girl, the fast hero could be a runner, but I don’t like this solution too much.

Anyone has used a different solution?

How to setup GSA for each project has its own base?

I have a pack of projects in different niches but one language (en). The preferred TLD is a .com and this is easy setup. But!

I have a specially prepared bases for

project 1 = base1  (niche websites  list) 
project 2 = base2  (niche websites  list) 

Can I use (and how to set up) in one interface this idea?

4 project works in one time and get websites  list each project own website list? Likes this way:

project 1 from  folder C:/project1-base/identified
project 2 from  folder C:/project2-base/identified

Thank you !

Potential vulnerability in JSON response returning base 64 encoded image data, with the response being vulnerable to MIME sniffing

A JSON response in the API of a webapp is returning the base64 of a user-uploaded image, and there’s no X-Content-Type-Options Header to prevent MIME sniffing.

Could this be a potential vulnerability such as an XSS for the webapp by using steganography to edit the image with a payload, uploading it, and then MIME sniffing the JSON response? (or by any other means?)

Using lulu on osx in home business setup. Any reason for external router base firewall?

I have Lulu setup under osx on my Mac. So say an errant program, curl, if it tries to access outside address is stopped.

Would an external router based firewall bring any extra level of protection? I surmise that it will not be fine-grained enough to stop a particular process.

I believe that outgoing request are more risky than incoming request as I do not have any programming listening for request. e.g. No web server enabled.

What use would external router based firewall bring?

Do objects (like doors) start with a base Defense of 10?

When Damaging Objects, considered to be Defenseless:

Inanimate objects are defenseless by definition and therefore subject to finishing attacks (see the Finishing Attack maneuver): essentially, you can choose between making your attack on the object as a routine check or, if you make the attack check normally, gaining an automatic critical hit if your attack hits, for a +5 bonus to effect.

This is all fine and good, except that the last time I had to adjudicate this, with someone trying to kick a door down, they objected to me starting with the Base 10 defense for the door, namely they chose to Power Attack, and where already damage shifted, and completely missed the door. I can kind of see their point that a door shouldn’t be that easy to miss hitting. I think I described it as more of a "glancing blow", that they were trying so hard to hit it hard that the blow just skidded off of it. But the question does remain, should a Defenseless object the size of a door start with a defense of 10 such that the average bystander has a little more than a 50/50 chance of actually hitting it if they’re trying to hit it hard? Am I reading the rules wrong? Did the player maybe just get a little too greedy in trying to do more damage?

Are there any security implications to changing the base of a hash?

File this under "gosh, I’d hope not," but I’ve been surprised before.

I have a hash (SHA-1 specifically). I need to store the full hash, but due to constraints outside my control, I can only use a limited number of characters to store it. I chose to change to base-36 to make the hash a shorter length.

Changing to base-36 makes the number of characters vary (between 27 and 31 instead of the original 40). This made me wonder about possible security implications of changing the base. Are there any?

[ Politics ] Open Question : Why does BLM base their origins on something that didn’t happen?

BLM started when it was reported that Michael Brown was shot even though he was just standing there with his hands up. Eventually the truth came out. The DOJ investigated and learned that Brown charged the officer before he was shot. That happened under Obama and even Obama admitted that the police were justified in their actions (shooting Brown). In essence, BLM is based on a lie and still chant “Hands up, don’t shoot” at “protests”. If they were honest, shouldn’t they abandon that phrase? “The movement became nationally recognized for street demonstrations following the 2014 deaths of two African Americans: Michael Brown …and Eric Garner” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Lives_Matter