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(Public) IP address [x.x.x.x] of Synology has been blocked by SSH

For the past few months I regularly see alerts on my Synology about SSH connection being blocked. Somebody (here a nice Chinese guy from 222.186.15.158) was attempting to connect to my NAS with the root account (Fortunately PermitRootLogin is disabled).

What I am a bit worried because if I see a public address here, it means my NAS is somehow reachable from the internet. However all ports are closed on my front router, NAT is disabled, DMZ is disabled.

When I try to nmap my router from the outside I get this :

$   nmap -Pn x.x.x.x  Starting Nmap 7.60 ( https://nmap.org ) at 2020-05-17 01:07 CEST Nmap scan report for x.x.x.x Host is up (0.012s latency). Not shown: 997 filtered ports PORT     STATE  SERVICE 113/tcp  closed ident 2000/tcp open   cisco-sccp 5060/tcp open   sip  Nmap done: 1 IP address (1 host up) scanned in 8.23 seconds 

So there is no SSH entry point.

How would it be technically possible to see a public IPv4 address attempting to connect to my LAN NAS?

Reflected XSS in a JavaScript URL with some characters blocked

I am new to the field of Web Security and am practising labs from Portswigger Web Security Academy. In this lab, https://portswigger.net/web-security/cross-site-scripting/contexts/lab-javascript-url-some-characters-blocked , we have to call the alert function with 1337 as the parmeter.

The solution given on the website is https://your-lab-id.web-security-academy.net/post?postId=5&%27},x=x=%3E{throw/**/onerror=alert,1337},toString=x,window%2b%27%27,{x:%27

The decoded version for reference https://your-lab-id.web-security-academy.net/post?postId=5&'},x=x=>{throw/**/onerror=alert,1337},toString=x,window+'',{x:'

From what I understand, there is a javascript statement like var a = "get_parms" and we are trying to break out of the string, close the block and execute our own code.

x=x=>{throw/**/onerror=alert,1337} is the arrow function which assigns alert as global error handler and thorws 1337.

toString=x, window+'' assigns x to toString and then forces a string conversion on window. Now, I have two questions

  1. Why does this work only when I click the back to blog button, in spite of forcing the string conversion on window?
  2. What is the use of the bolded characters in the URL? https://your-lab-id.web-security-academy.net/post?postId=5&‘},x=x=>{throw/****/onerror=alert,1337},toString=x,window+”,{x:’

Thanks in advance.

How can I SSH into my server when SSH is blocked on the public network I’m connected to?

What’s a quick and simple way to connect to my server over SSH when the SSH is blocked on the network I’m connected to?

I’m running MacOS on the client side and Ubuntu 18.04 on the server side. My first thought was to just throw the SSH server on a different port, but I don’t really want to do that for the sake of ad-hoc connections to it.

My iframe on google drive folder is blocked

WordPress refuses to add this custom iframe markup:

<iframe src="https://drive.google.com/embeddedfolderview?id=1N2LwnSIJDevKh0TBiEy6Kp4p-jvyJUwJ#list" style="width:100%; height:600px; border:0;"></iframe> 

I have free plan and I’m not able to add plugins. Is it possible to add iframe that links to google drive folder with free plan and withou plugins? If yes – than how I can achieve this?

Is light shed from a spell blocked by total (transparent) cover? [duplicate]

This question already has an answer here:

  • Will the effects of light shine through glass? 7 answers

Many spells shed light as one of their effects, such as the Sunbeam spell, which says:

For the Duration, a mote of brilliant radiance shines in your hand. It sheds bright light in a 30-foot radius and dim light for an additional 30 feet. The light is sunlight.

We know that spell effects are blocked by total cover (PHB, p.204):

A spell’s effect expands in straight lines from the point of origin. If no unblocked straight line extends from the point of origin to a location within the area of effect, that location isn’t included in the spell’s area. To block one of these imaginary lines, an obstruction must provide total cover.

And that transparent obstacles still qualify as total cover (citation needed, but I’m pretty sure about this one).

Thus it seems to be the case that a glass window (or other transparent obstruction) can block magical light. However, this seems odd when you consider non-magical light can obviously pass through it fine.

So: can light from a spell like Sunbeam pass through a window, or not?

DNS Secretly Resets Itself Instantly and DNS Servers are Not Blocked by Windows 10 Firewall Rules

I noticed that on a Windows 10 machine I if I leave DHS to be auto-configured or change the DNS serves to OpenNIC addresses they are automatically reassigned to

8.8.8.8

75.75.75.75

Malware scanners are not detecting anything, but colleagues say it is a known attack vector to defeat DNS anonymity.

Only SpyHunter detects and reports this change, though I previously found evidence of this by testing. It also seems to override DNS configured by VPN software. It is forcing itself at the top of the list, so it always checks Google before considering OpenNIC as a fallback.

As a mitigation step I tried custom Inbound/Output firewall rules to block all traffic in a wide range of either IP, but these rules seem to fail because I can still ping those IP’s.

How can I find and fix the root cause and/or how can I completely block all DNS traffic to these IP’s?

child theme result in blocked subnets

I’ve created a custom child theme.

after activating the child theme, sucuri firewall plugin blocks continuously access to child themes style.css for each visitor which ends after some hits in banned subnets. (if i should believe the sucuro logs..)

the child theme works flawless with logged-in users, none functional errors or something. no requests get blocked, and if you visit without login the page, even from different computers without cache, also tried in 10 different locations and physical different computers around the country, everything seems normal… but maybe im looking at the wrong direction…

im confused how to troubleshoot further.

child-theme’s style css:

/* Theme Name: Stockholm Child Theme URI: http://demo.select-themes.com/stockholm/ Description: A child theme of Stockholm Theme Author: Select Themes Author URI: http://select-themes.com Version: 1.0.0 Template: stockholm/stockholm */ @import url("../stockholm/style.css"); 

child function.php

<?php // enqueue the child theme stylesheet Function wp_schools_enqueue_scripts() { wp_register_style( 'childstyle', get_stylesheet_directory_uri() . 'stockholm/style.css'  ); wp_enqueue_style( 'childstyle' ); } add_action( 'wp_enqueue_scripts', 'wp_schools_enqueue_scripts', 11); 

none htaccess files are inside theme folders present at all.

The page I need help with: https://mill-living.de

Google says my URL is blocked by robots.txt — I don’t even have one!

I just discovered our image system domain is not being crawled by Google for a long time. The reason is that all the URLs seem to be blocked by robots.txt — but I don’t even have one.

Disclaimer: Due to some config testing, I now have a generic allow-everything robots file at the website root. I didn’t have one prior to this hour.

We run an image resizing system at a subdomain of our website. I’m getting a very weird behaviour as Search Console claims to be blocked by robots.txt, when in fact I don’t even have one in the first place.

All URLs at this subdomain give me this result when live testing them:

url unknown to google

url supposedly blocked by robots

Trying to debug the issue, I created a robots.txt at the root:

valid robots

The robots file is even already visible at search results:

robots indexed

The response headers also seem to be ok:

​HTTP/2 200  date: Sun, 27 Oct 2019 02:22:49 GMT content-type: image/jpeg set-cookie: __cfduid=d348a8xxxx; expires=Mon, 26-Oct-20 02:22:49 GMT; path=/; domain=.legiaodosherois.com.br; HttpOnly; Secure access-control-allow-origin: * cache-control: public, max-age=31536000 via: 1.1 vegur cf-cache-status: HIT age: 1233 expires: Mon, 26 Oct 2020 02:22:49 GMT alt-svc: h3-23=":443"; ma=86400 expect-ct: max-age=604800, report-uri="https://report-uri.cloudflare.com/cdn-cgi/beacon/expect-ct" server: cloudflare cf-ray: 52c134xxx-IAD 

Here are some sample URLs for testing:

https://kanto.legiaodosherois.com.br/w760-h398-gnw-cfill-q80/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/legiao_zg1YXWVbJwFkxT_ZQR534L90lnm8d2IsjPUGruhqAe.png.jpeg https://kanto.legiaodosherois.com.br/w760-h398-gnw-cfill-q80/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/legiao_FPutcVi19O8wWo70IZEAkrY3HJfK562panvxblm4SL.png.jpeg https://kanto.legiaodosherois.com.br/w760-h398-gnw-cfill-q80/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/legiao_gTnwjab0Cz4tp5X8NOmLiWSGEMH29Bq7ZdhVPlUcFu.png.jpeg 

What should I do?

Is the gaze effect of a medusa blocked by an antimagic field?

This question addresses the question of whether petrification effects are blocked by the Antimagic Field spell. But it does not seem to address the gaze itself – particularly of a medusa.

A beholder’s ray is clearly blocked as a magical beam – but what about the gaze of a medusa. Is the gaze of a medusa magical or non-magical? Alternatively, if not the gaze itself, what about the effect of the gaze. Is the effect of the gaze considered magical and blocked by an anti-magic field?