The spell Leomund’s Secret Chest allows you to hide a chest full of goodies on the Ethereal Plane. According to the spell, the caster may use an action to return the chest to the Prime Material:
While the chest remains on the Ethereal Plane, you can use an action and touch the replica to recall the chest. It appears in an unoccupied space on the ground within 5 feet of you.
So, it is unclear whether anyone else may retrieve the loot chest, say after killing the caster. According to the spell:
If the spell ends and the larger chest is on the Ethereal Plane, it is irretrievably lost.
Does the death of the caster cause the spell to end? If not, is the loot chest essentially lost?
I’ve a pcapng file in which the SSH file was modified resulting in all SSH packets being transparent. How can I read its content using wireshark?
I found the article to be quite informative that addresses the question "Can Microsoft access my private files?" (Can Microsoft access all private data if a user installs Windows 10?), which includes my OneDrive files, but it didn’t specifically mention the special folder called Personal Vault. Does Microsoft have just as much capability of accessing the contents of my Personal Vault as it does all my other OneDrive files, or is Personal Vault an exception?
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The Demiplane spell states (emphasis mine):
Each time you cast this spell, you can create a new demiplane, or have the shadowy door connect to a demiplane you created with a previous casting of this spell. Additionally, if you know the Nature and contents of a demiplane created by a casting of this spell by another creature, you can have the shadowy door connect to its demiplane instead.
How exact must your knowledge of the contents of a demiplane be before you can use this clause in the spell to connect to it?
Some examples of scenarios where you may or may not know enough detail:
- You know the demiplane solely contains a particular creature, but you don’t know everything that’s in that creature’s pockets.
- You know the demiplane solely contains a giant pile of gold coins, and roughly how large it is, but don’t know exactly how many coins there are.
- The demiplane contains 20 distinct items, and you know 19 of them.
I’m beginner at proxy traffic stuff and i’m struggling here with Charles Proxy
i’m trying to ‘intercept traffic’ (i dont know if this is the correct term for that). I have a HTTPS page and i want to display the data from the content (inside charles proxy). ALL my https are returning I’m Currenly Using Firefox, also im not setting manually the proxy configs. I know it may seem like a dumb question but i could not figured it out how to solve this.
…I know it has to do with SSL but cant resolve that problem by myself 🙁
What are the contents in computer science, for I am picking it for my GCSE’s and have an interesting in programming and coding. It has been iffy trying to teach myself but I am currently learning python and wod like to move onto learn different languages used in cybersecurity and so on. Is there anything more to it that I should practice and revise on?
Background: I have a Google Sheet that has some links in it. Of course, links don’t always have the contents of what you are looking for the URL, so trying to search for it later is hard.
Question: Is it possible to peek into the contents of the website to find a keyword?
Ex: Let’s say I have google.com cs.stackexchange.com stackexchange.com/bunnyrabbits (made this one up) And the last link contains words like “snake” and “turtle”. If I CTRL+F “snake”, there will be no results. Is there a way to look into the link without having to check each link one by one?
(Note that the tag on the bottom is because I don’t have enough reputation to put general, sorry)
I’m working on improving the security of my own system by mitigating the chance sensitive information, (e.g. encryption keys) stored in RAM, are inadvertently written to disk. As of now I know of three common ways this can occur and how they could be mitigated:
- The contents of RAM are copied to hiberfil.sys when Windows Hibernates
- Solution: Disable Windows Hibernation
- Some contents of RAM are copied into the swap file.
- Solution: Encrypt the swap file.
- Memory Dumps during Windows Blue-screens.
- Solution: Disable memory dump file generation
Excluding these (as well as tools specifically designed to dump memory) are there any other reasons RAM could unintentionally be written to disk by the operating system?
I would really appreciate any help I could get!
Lets assume that you own a number of zines or small blogs that are all different in theme, and all rest on seperate domains:
Visitors to these sites would assume they are all completely independent of each other, and that none are related (unless you specified it).
But lets assume that you own a single domain and place each blog inside of a dedicated sub-directory:
In this case,
/x/ is a really a sort of fake directory, containing an index page that automatically redirects back to example.com.
Now the problem is that visitors to the site will make the assumption that you own more than one blog, and doing a search for example.com/x may result in them finding the contents of your other online blogs.
So, without registering multiple domains, is there a way to make it appear that the blog a visitor is looking at is the only one you own?