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Full Picture of Cracking Coffee Traffic

I’m trying to get a full answer to an interview question I got asked a while ago that keeps coming back to haunt me at night. Hoping that I can get a clearer picture of it here, or at least a link to somewhere that explains the process (I haven’t found one that satifies my curiosity). The question is: if you are trying to hack someone on a public wifi network (hack can equal (1) gain access to their machine or (2) gain access to their login info for a website), how would you go about it? The answer to (2) is: you can be sniffing the network and gain access to their login creds that way, but only if you are on the network first.

Here it becomes clear that there are some constraints to the stated problem that I haven’t figured out. Since it’s public wifi I’m assuming that you have access to it automatically. All the research I’ve done indicates that you would be able to read their cleartext traffic (so HTTP not HTTPS) if you were on the same network. Does WPA2 encrypt traffic differently for every single user separately from any websites the user is accessing (is this how pre-shared keys work)? Do you have to crack the pre-shared key and can only do that if you’re on the network first?

Any help putting the end-to-end picture together on this would be much appreciated. I would really like to understand the answer even if the interview is over.

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Simple Coffee Ordering App

This simple coffee ordering app will allow user to enter customer name and total cups of coffee. Any comment on coding style or in regards to data structure?

const order = [];  const customer = {   name: '',   totalCups: 0 }  const checkCustomerOrders = () => {   if (order.length === 0) {     $  ('.Mesg').show();      $  ('.Mesg').text("No customer orders at the moment.").fadeOut(6000, 0, function() {       $  ('.Mesg').text('');       $  ('.Mesg').show();     });   } }  $  ('#AllOrders').hide();  $  ('#btnAdd').click(function() {   debugger    var itemName = $  ('#customerName');   var itemTotalCups = $  ('#customerTotalCups');    // Basic Validation   if (itemName.val().trim() === "" || parseInt(itemTotalCups.val()) === 0) {     return;   }    customer.name = itemName.val();   customer.totalCups = itemTotalCups.val();    // Data structure Queue   order.push(Object.assign({}, customer));    // UX   $  ('.Mesg').text("Order added").fadeOut(4000, 0, function() {     $  ('.Mesg').text('');     $  ('.Mesg').show();   });    // UI - HTML rendering - start   if (order.length === 1) {     // Create table column name     $  ('#AllOrders').append('<table id="tbl" class="table table-bordered"><tr><td>Customer</td><td>Cups</td><td></td></tr></table>');    }    var itemElement = `<tr><td>$  {itemName.val()}</td><td>$  {itemTotalCups.val()}</td><td><a class='del' href='#'>Cancel order</a></td></tr>`;    $  ('#tbl').append(itemElement);   // UI - HTML rendering - end    $  ('.del').click(function(e) {      e.stopImmediatePropagation();      // Delete order object     debugger     //var elm = $  (this).parent().text().substr(0, $  (this).parent().text().length-1);     console.log(elm);     console.log(order.indexOf(elm));      //order.splice(order.indexOf(elm),1);     //order.splice(2,1);      // Delete HTML element     $  (this).parent().parent().remove();   })    // Reset textbox   itemName.val("");   itemTotalCups.val("");    // Optional Design   $  ('#ViewAllOrders').click();   debugger; })  $  ('#ViewAllOrders').click(function() {   checkCustomerOrders();   $  ('#AllOrders').show();   $  ('#CurentOrder').hide(); })  $  ('#ViewCurrentOrder').click(function() {   debugger;   checkCustomerOrders();   $  ('#AllOrders').hide();   $  ('#CurentOrder').show();    var top = order[0];   console.log(top);    $  ('#CurentOrder').empty();    // UI   $  ('#CurentOrder').append('<table id="tbl2" class="table table-bordered"><tr><td>Customer</td><td>Cups</td><td></td></tr></table>');   var orderElement = `<tr><td>$  {top.name}</td><td>$  {top.totalCups}</td><td></td></tr>`;    $  ('#tbl2').append(orderElement); })  $  ('#DeliverOrder').click(function() {   debugger     if (order.length > 0) {     // Remove one element from array. FIFO.     order.shift();     // Element removed.      // Remove the html element as well     //$  (".orderItem:first").remove();     $  ('#tbl tr').eq(1).remove();      // UX     $  ('.Mesg').text("One customer order delivered").fadeOut(4000, 0, function() {       $  ('.Mesg').text('');       $  ('.Mesg').show();     });      //     if (order.length === 0) {       $  ('#tbl').empty();     }   } else {      // Optional Design     $  ('#ViewAllOrders').click();   } })
html {   font-size: 1em }  div#main {   max-width: 500px;   margin: 10px auto;   border: 1px solid silver;   padding: 10px }  div.Mesg {   height: 20px !important; }  ul#menu {   display: flex;   list-style-type: none;   justify-content: space-around;   padding: 0;   margin: 0; }  ul#menu>li {   display: block; }
    <link rel="stylesheet" href="https://stackpath.bootstrapcdn.com/font-awesome/4.7.0/css/font-awesome.min.css"> <script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.3.1/jquery.min.js"></script> <div id='main'>   <h1 style="text-align:center">Starbark Ordering System</h1>   <!--<a href="">Add order</a><br />-->   <ul id="menu">     <li><a id="ViewAllOrders" href="#">View all orders</a></li>     <li><a id="ViewCurrentOrder" href="#">Order in Preparation</a></li>     <li><a id="DeliverOrder" href="#">Release one order</a></li>   </ul>    <hr />   <div class="Mesg"></div>   <hr />   <div class="input-group">     <input id="customerName" type="text" class="form-control" placeholder="Enter customer's name" />     <input id="customerTotalCups" type="number" class="form-control" placeholder="Enter number of cups" min="1" />     <span class="input-group-btn">                 <button id="btnAdd" class="btn btn-default" type="submit">                     <i class="fa fa-plus"></i>                 </button>             </span>   </div>   <hr />   <div id="AllOrders"></div>   <div id="CurentOrder"></div> </div>

There is a issue with ‘cancel order’ at the moment which I could not able to get the element index for me to splice.

Simple $20 coffee mug design (24) hour

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I am looking to make a design that looks the the image below but with a boxer dog.
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Here is an sketch of what it might look like:
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At one particular coffee shop, mac only connects to google and nothing else

I have a 2015 Macbook Pro running High Sierra. At one particular coffee shop, my mac only connects to google, facebook and youtube and no other websites.

I looked at a bunch of forums and based on that knowledge it seems to be an issue with IPv6 versus IPv4. I tried changing my DNS servers to google and OpenDNS but that didn’t work. Here are the DNS servers I tried.

8.8.8.8 (google’s)

8.8.8.4 (google’s)

208.67.220.220 (Open DNS)

208.67.222.222 (Open DNS)

I then tried to disable my IPv6, but that seemed to shut down all internet connection so that I was no longer able to access google, facebook or youtube.

Is there anything I can do on my mac to connect to the internet at this one coffee shop or is this a router problem?

After coffeescript installation coffee error

He,

i have a coffeescript question.

I installed coffeescript on my machine, but if i call the „cake“ or „coffee“ command on my commandline tool (Win+R+cmd) i got a error mesage.

-> coffee is not recognized as an internal or external command …

I installed CoffeeScript via npm:

npm install -g coffeescript

and the installed files in %APPDATA%\npm.

Win 10

Node: v11.4.0

Npm: v6.4.1

Any ideas what I can do?

THX!!!