Is there an accepted likelihood of hitting that is consistent across tiers, and how has it been determined?

Is there a consensus on the likelihood of hitting in a generic, CR-appropriate encounter (e.g. 50%, 65%, etc.)? Is there one that is consistent across levels or tiers? How is this value arrived at? (E.g. likely character attack bonuses, AC of CR-appropriate opponents…)

How could a WPA2 WiFi with a 40+ character random password have been penetrated

I can confirm an intrusion from an unknown MAC address (identified as a Realtek device), getting a new, valid IP from the DHCP pool, and using the network for roughly 1 hour.

The network is WPA2 – 1 each for 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz both with the same password. The 2.4Ghz network also includes a TP-Link extender, which creates its own SSID, but again with the same password. So a total of 3 networks with the same password.

This 40+ random password was set less than 10 days ago. It is certainly random, with the recommended mix of cases, numbers and symbols, generated by a reputed password manager. There are no proximal patterns I can find or think of, and no characters have been repeated – I made sure of that.

How is it possible for this network to have been compromised so quickly?

  1. Is it even theoretically possible for a 40-character random password to be cracked IN 10 DAYS with anything less than a few hundred multi-GPU setups? I don’t think anyone wants to “get” me that badly.

  2. Is it possible for a network to be intruded/joined without knowing the password at all? A version of the KRACK attack or something similar, targeted at the router or perhaps at the repeater.

  3. Is it possible to perform a LOCAL attack similar to KRACK or BlueBorne on one of the 10-ish client devices, that would have allowed the intruder to read the WiFi password off one of these clients, thus compromising the network?

  4. The extended network shows a security setting of [WPA-PSK-CCMP]-TKIP, in addition to [WPA2-PSK-CCMP]-TKIP. Whereas the original networks only have [WPA2-PSK-CCMP]-TKIP. Is this a possible vulnerability?

I do know this question is broad – but I am dealing with a very real intrusion here. I would gladly narrow down the possibilities and subsequently the question based on guidance from the community

What Official DnD 3.5 content have not been present in any book?

I allways prided myself for knowing (at least vaguely enough to be able to google it when needed) every piece of D&D 3.5 official content but today by a random chance I found something called Mind’s Eye: http://archive.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/arch/psi

…which seems to be official content but never printed or released as part of any book.

I have no idea how I missed that but now I wonder whether I’m missing more. Were there any other official content (official as in released by WotC) that only exist in some article? Also if there indeed is more, why wasn’t it simply released as another book (not that I complain, free content is good, I’m simple surprised)?

The property or field ‘ItemCount’ has not been initialized. It has not been requested or the request has not been executed

I have the following code inside our server-side event receiver, the code should connect to a sharepoint online list and get the total number of items, here is the code:-

   try    {      currentItem["Status"] = "Pending";      if (currentItem.ContentType.Name.ToLower().Contains("project"))         {             using (ClientContext context = new ClientContext("https://***.sharepoint.com/"))            {              string s = "***";              SecureString passWord = new SecureString();              foreach (var c in s)              passWord.AppendChar(c);              context.Credentials = new SharePointOnlineCredentials("admin@****.onmicrosoft.com", passWord);              List list = context.Web.Lists.GetByTitle("Project");              context.ExecuteQuery();              var countItems = list.ItemCount;            }          }    }    catch (Exception e)    {      var errormessage = e.Message;    } 

but i am getting this exception:-

Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.PropertyOrFieldNotInitializedException was caught   HResult=-2146233079   Message=The property or field 'ItemCount' has not been initialized. It has not been requested or the request has not been executed. It may need to be explicitly requested.   Source=Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Runtime   StackTrace:        at Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.ClientObject.CheckUninitializedProperty(String propName)        at Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.List.get_ItemCount()        at OrderManagement.EventReceiver1.EventReceiver1.ItemUpdated(SPItemEventProperties properties)   InnerException:  

So can anyone advice how i can fix this issue?

Can a creature that has been Reincarnated be Resurrected using the old body?

Say a creature (humanoid) was killed and then reincarnated through the Reincarnate spell, gaining a new body. (Note that Reincarnate does not destroy the old body). Then that creature is killed again.

Can that creature be brought back to life through a Resurrection spell using the creature’s old body? And would it resurrect in the old body or the body from Reincarnate?

How can I get item’s workflow details/workflow history where workflow association has been deleted?

We have lots of list items where workflow instance is not showing on workflow details page. After researching i found that in sharepoint 2013, completed/suspended/terminated workflow instances will be automatically removed by auto clean up timer job and workflow manager after 30 days.

Due to this we can’t able to get log history/error details of that items. So my question is, Can we get item’s workflow details/history where workflow association has been deleted?

Any help will be appreciated. Thanks

The form cannot be displayed in browser because use of session cookies has been disabled in the browser

I am new in SharePoint. I’m receiving the following error while accessing SharePoint online form using c-sharp

“The form cannot be displayed in the browser because the use of session cookies has been disabled in the current browser settings. In order to load the form, session cookies must be allowed.”

I also tried with following attempts, but did not found solution.

  1. Enabled the session cookie in the browser.

  2. Added the httpOnlyCookies tag and set to false in web.config

Thanks in Advance

How do I know if an application has been installed and how to uninstall it?

So I installed the kite package through atom but after reading some things I changed my mind. When I search my computer the kite application is there but when I open kite it still asks for which editors I want to install it.

How do I know if I installed a program or just the installer for a program? And how do I delete it on their website it says I can run the following command ./.local/share/kite/uninstall but when I do this it says there is no such directory or file. Inside my home directory there is a .kite folder though. Does the uninstall command maybe not work because I haven’t finished the complete installation process?

I think my server has been compromised

I have a server and it is generating a significant outgoing traffic to specific destinations.

I checked data traffic with vnstats.

The output is:

$   vnstat --days   eth0  /  daily           day         rx      |     tx      |    total    |   avg. rate      ------------------------+-------------+-------------+---------------       10/06/19     31.28 GiB |  283.25 GiB |  314.53 GiB |   31.27 Mbit/s       10/07/19     14.59 GiB |  267.76 GiB |  282.35 GiB |   28.07 Mbit/s       10/08/19      8.57 GiB |  175.44 GiB |  184.00 GiB |   18.29 Mbit/s       10/09/19      6.48 GiB |  110.51 GiB |  116.99 GiB |   11.63 Mbit/s       10/10/19     16.60 GiB |  425.42 GiB |  442.01 GiB |   43.95 Mbit/s       10/11/19     16.55 GiB |  418.97 GiB |  435.52 GiB |   43.30 Mbit/s       10/12/19     18.70 GiB |  481.74 GiB |  500.44 GiB |   49.75 Mbit/s       10/13/19    698.57 MiB |   15.10 GiB |   15.79 GiB |   23.28 Mbit/s      ------------------------+-------------+-------------+---------------      estimated     10.12 GiB |  224.22 GiB |  234.34 GiB | 

Additionally, I installed the app NetHogs to check which process is consuming traffic. This is the output:

NetHogs version 0.8.5-2        PID USER     PROGRAM                                                                                                                                                                DEV        SENT      RECEIVED            26357 tomcat   /opt/jdk1.8.0_221/bin/java                                                                                                                                             eth0     3336.312     113.169 KB/sec     20468 ubuntu   /usr/bin/python3                                                                                                                                                       eth0        0.245       1.428 KB/sec     25749 ubuntu   sshd: ubuntu@pts/3                                                                                                                                                     eth0        0.162       0.052 KB/sec         ? root     78.46.XXX.XXX:8248-159.203.YYY.YYY:58577                                                                                                                                            0.000       0.000 KB/sec         ? root     78.46.XXX.XXX:8858-159.203.YYY.YYY:58577                                                                                                                                            0.000       0.000 KB/sec         ? root     78.46.XXX.XXX:4322-38.89.AAA.AAA:41118                                                                                                                                              0.000       0.000 KB/sec         ? root     78.46.XXX.XXX:9566-81.22.BBB.BBB:47065                                                                                                                                               0.000       0.000 KB/sec         ? root     78.46.XXX.XXX:8493-159.203.YYY.YYY:58577                                                                                                                                            0.000       0.000 KB/sec         ? root     78.46.XXX.XXX:7471-81.22.BBB.BBB:46953                                                                                                                                              0.000       0.000 KB/sec         ? root     78.46.XXX.XXX:9769-159.65.CCC.CCC:58851                                                                                                                                             0.000       0.000 KB/sec         ? root     78.46.XXX.XXX:16118-185.176.DDD.DDD:47834                                                                                                                                           0.000       0.000 KB/sec         ? root     unknown TCP                                                                                                                                                                        0.000       0.000 KB/sec 

So, by having a look at these statistics I am pretty concerned.

First of all, the outgoing traffic is significantly high. Secondly, NetHogs tells me that multiple root processes with a ?-PID are accessing different servers on the internet.

Now, I do not remember having setup any root process accessing specifically any website.

What do you think?

And what strategy would you recommend?