Why does Firefox tell me
Content Security Policy: Couldn’t process unknown directive ‘require-sri-for’
when Mozilla’s documentation says they’ve implemented it?
The meta tag Firefox is complaining about:
<meta http-equiv="Content-Security-Policy" content="require-sri-for script;"/>
es: que tal, gente, ¿como han estado?. necesito ayuda con este problema en mongodb, no se como resolverlo, he probado con distintas soluciones como: mongod –repair, systemctl enable mongodb.service, systemctl start mongodb.service, reinstalar y ninguna me funcionó. les agradezco su ayuda.
en: Hello, how are you?. I installed mongodb and I need help with this problem in mongodb, I don’t know how to resolve it, I’ve tried many options to resolve the error, such as: mongod –repair, systemctl enable mongodb.service, systemctl start mongodb.service, reinstall, but none it worked. excuse me for my english, isn’t good. thank you for your help.
O.P. I switched phones and I cannot login to my account on the new phone. It keeps on giving me the message above.
Weird thing is that I’m still login in my Samsung tabtet. I was able to get some code to verify my identity but I was never asked for this. I was never asked to verify using my phone or Google authenticator either.
The best I got from the AWESOME Google customer service is that they’ll get back to me in 3-5 days.
Any ideas on what else to do?
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I need help in a way of getting all my important work msgs and numbers from my email and I am locked out of it
I am unable to change the Country and Region on my iPhone. Upon attempting, the following message is displayed:
What could be the possible cause? How can I resolve it?
I’m using PuTTY 0.70 on Windows 10 to connect to a remote VPS running Debian Linux, but I keep getting a “PuTTY Fatal Error: Couldn’t agree a client-to-server MAC (available hmac-sha2-512)” …
Other ssh client terminals are connecting just fine for me from the same machine, so this problem has to be a configuration within PuTTY. Does anyone know where I can configure the Message Authentication Code algorithms in PuTTY?