ssh Authenticated with cached credentials

I’m experiencing difficulties to ssh into my Ubuntu machine from my Mac.

I’ve my sshd running fine on my Ubuntu host:

ps -ef | grep sshd root       968     1  0 Apr17 ?        00:00:00 /usr/sbin/sshd -D root     17684   968  0 10:50 ?        00:00:00 sshd: fishercoder [priv] fishercoder  17732 17684  0 10:50 ?        00:00:00 sshd: fishercoder@pts/20 fishercoder  23474 24247  0 13:22 pts/23   00:00:00 grep --color=auto --exclude-dir=.bzr --exclude-dir=CVS --exclude-dir=.git --exclude-dir=.hg --exclude-dir=.svn sshd root     24210   968  0 11:19 ?        00:00:00 sshd: fishercoder [priv] fishercoder  24246 24210  0 11:19 ?        00:00:00 sshd: fishercoder@pts/23 

I used to be able to log into it via ssh perfectly fine. But recently it started to become a hit and miss.

Often times, I get this:

ssh fishercoder@xx.xxx.xx.xx Password: Authenticated with cached credentials.  fishercoder@xx.xxx.xx.xx's password: Authenticated with cached credentials. Connection closed by xx.xxx.xx.xx port 22 

Again, I physically logged onto my Ubuntu and checked things:

sudo ufw status Status: active  To                         Action      From --                         ------      ---- 22/tcp                     ALLOW       Anywhere 17472/tcp                  ALLOW       Anywhere 22                         ALLOW       Anywhere 22/tcp (v6)                ALLOW       Anywhere (v6) 17472/tcp (v6)             ALLOW       Anywhere (v6) 22 (v6)                    ALLOW       Anywhere (v6) 

This port 22 is wide open, anyone could share any insights of why it tries to authenticate with cached credentials and then fails after I typed my password? And any ideas how to fix this please?

Thanks!

Transfer third-party app with cached data to new phone

I know of the following techniques to do this:

  • Backup and restore app + cached data using Helium: copy & replace the ‘sdcard/carbon’ folder from the old phone to the new phone.
  • Use Titanium backup to do the same.
  • Backup apps using the ‘Backup’ feature in Google Drive.

Helium just did not work (with a brand new phone with Android 8.0!).

I cannot use Titanium as I am loathe to root my old phone.

Does Google Drive Backup work with all third party apps? I am not sure.

What should I do? Can anyone advise?

Preventing REST results from being cached

I have extended Drupal 8’s REST services to provide any registered user a certain part of their own data. Let’s say my endpoint is:

/my_api/get_current_user_data?_format=json 

However, it looks like the responses are cached, and the user actually gets the data from the first user I tried to access. Clearing the cache helps. I am unable to understand if this is by design, because all guides/posts I have found online talk about what to do if we want to cache this data, i.e. the assumption is that it’s not cached by default. This does not seems to be the case for me however.

Is it possible to force the ResourceResponse to never cache the data, no matter what the Drupal configuration is?

Help! i lost bitcoin due to clearing all the data and cached data on my phone. and i cant remember who its gone to

im tryting to help a friend track down her bitcoin. So… what she’s done, from what i can gather is she tired to draw her money out of a pokie game and was told to make a bitcoin wallet, then she has sent it somewhere thinking thats how she could get it. but after doing this all the information and the address etc was lost. because not thinking she deleted all her data and cached data. she has no clue where it could be, the only thing that she has is a really long bunch of letters and numbers?

Smart cards and the behaviour of the browser. Is the PIN cached?

When using smart cards for certificate-based authentication, is the PIN entered by the user to authenticate his smart card to the browser is cached? OR does the certificate gets cached by the browser? OR is it both?.

What are the differences in the behaviour of the browser between typical certificate authentication (certificate is imported to the browser) vs. certificate authentication via a smart card?

This is very similar to the question I want answers to, but it is unanswered. Does Chrome cache smartcard PIN?

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Why php code is getting cached in Magento 2 listing page?

I have built in full page cache enabled in Magento.

I have added following code in app/design/frontend/Vendor/Module/Magento_Catalog/templates/product/list.phtml which shows whether an item is already in wishlist or not

<?php $  wishlistHelper = $  this->helper('Magento\Wishlist\Helper\Data');  // other code foreach ($  _productCollection as $  _product):  $  _in_wishlist = false;     foreach ($  wishlistHelper->getWishlistItemCollection() as $  _wishlist_item){         if(($  _product->getId() == $  _wishlist_item->getProduct()->getId()) && $  customerLoggedin) {              $  _in_wishlist = true;         }        } var_dump($  _in_wishlist); endforeach; ?> 

Now I have some code on the same page which adds product to wishlist via Ajax call which works fine.

If I reload the page after product is added to wishlist, above code shows bool(false) but when I clean cache by running bin/magento cache:clean it shows the correct value which is bool(true).

Why this code is getting cached and how to fix it?

If I click on a link in a Google cached page, can I directly go to the cached version of the link?

My school uses GoGuardian and blocked.com-default.ws to block websites.blocked.com-default.ws screenshot

And as you could see in the screenshot, I was trying to open https://learn.adafruit.com/adafruit-io/getting-started

I contacted my school to unblock that but they said that it is some tag/element on the page that blocks the page. Earlier, I used to use Google’s cached version of the pages to view the blocked ones but since I am working on a non-school project with Adafruit IO, I might need to use the pages a lot. So, I thought if there would be some way that I could click a link in a cached page and go to another cached page, it would be helpful. If you have any other solution to this, please tell me.

Thanks.

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