What are the details surrounding the brass brazier required for the Find Familiar spell?

In our campaign, I play a warlock and brass braziers are hard to come by. I want to carry a brass brazier in case my familiar dies and I need to again cast find familiar.

  1. How bulky is a small brass brazier? Can it be carried for several weeks without hindering long distance foot travel? That is, because of its shape or weight, does the typical brass brazier reduce my speed?
  2. What’s the price of a small, simple brass brazier?
  3. How long would it take a brass worker to make a small, simple brazier? How long would it take the brass worker to make one specifically designed to be eminently portable? In both cases, assume the brass worker works nonstop exclusively on the brazier.

What I’m looking for are references, similar cases, and information that can help handle these issues properly and accurately. First and foremost in D&D 5e (especially RAW) and then other RPGs and even real world, if they could be used to make estimates about the answers to these questions when we compare how similar cases translate to D&D 5e mechanics.

wc_get_products() not return the images details

When I try to fetch products using the official REST API, returned product contains the a property named images which is an array and contains the URL to image of product. But when I fetch using this method, it fetches other details but not the image.

    $  productsQuery= wc_get_products(array(         'limit' => 10,         'status' => 'publish',     ));     $  products = array();     foreach ($  productsQuery as $  product) {         $  products[] = $  product->get_data();     }     return new WP_REST_Response($  products, 200); 

how can I make this to return the images property as well.

Certificate validation details. How it’s done? [closed]

I’ve read this post where it says:

"…an attacker can still take the whole signed content and present it to you but won’t be able to change any details or the signature won’t match."

  1. How does the browser validate the details of a certificate and see its content like domain name, etc.?
  2. If a MITM wants to change anything, he would need to decrypt the cert, which is impossible, or simply change what he wants but then fail at the browser because, as mentioned above, the signature won’t match?

Any exploit details regarding CVE-2019-3846 : Linux Kernel ‘marvell/mwifiex/scan.c’ Heap Buffer Overflow Vulnerability

How to get this exploit working or any method for this.

I have seen and read a lot about this issue at various references

It is seen that various Linux version < 8 is vulnerable to this issue

Linux Kernel ‘marvell/mwifiex/scan.c’ Heap Buffer Overflow Vulnerability

Issue Description: A flaw that allowed an attacker to corrupt memory and possibly escalate privileges was found in the mwifiex kernel module while connecting to a malicious wireless network.

Can you share exploit details regarding this.?

https://vulners.com/cve/CVE-2019-3846 https://www.securityfocus.com/bid/69867/exploit : NO exploit there

Any tips on how to exploit this.

What are the ways to store user details in encrypted form in database?

I’m a mobile app developer developing an app that gets input from users like mobile number, email id, and user name. I’m a bit confused about how to select the encryption method like Symmetric or Asymmetric and how to transmit the data from the app to the server.

Since I’m developing an app that will get user information like Mobile number, user name, and password. The App will share the user name and mobile number for other users to discover that person. In that way how should I encrypt the data (Mobile number and username) to store it in the database and how to decrypt it later in the App. I’ll hash the password so no worries in storing the password. The only thing is username and Mobile number.

  • What encryption method should I want to use for this scenario?
  • Which algorithm should I choose Symmetric or Asymmetric algorithm?
  • How to store the encryption key safe in the app?

How to chose the encryption type for user details?

I’m a mobile app developer developing an app that gets input from users like mobile number, email id, and user name. I’m a bit confused about how to select the encryption method like Symmetric or Asymmetric and how to transmit the data from the app to the server. What are the secure ways of transferring the data to the server and how should I encrypt those data and encryption methods to be used. Please help me resolve this. Thanks in advance.

Where can I find the details of the Legion of Folded Paper Feat?

I’ve been tooling around with a Pathfinder 1E campaign of mine, specifically with trying out some templates for potential monster encounters. While I was doing this, I stumbled across the Ofuda template. It puts some interesting restrictions on the creatures in question, but what caught my eye was the bonus casters get for summoning Ofuda-ized creatures over the standard types. You get to summon additional creatures than the spell normally would, 1d3 instead of a single, 1d4 instead of 1d3 and I assume 1d6+1 instead of 1d4+1. However, it mentions a feat by the name of Legion of Folded Paper that would increase the number of bonus creatures you’d get from a single cast. The problem is I can’t find this feat anywhere online let alone the specifics for how it works.

Does anyone know where I can find these rules? Does anyone know how this feat functions?

email: send me $100 for details on a security flaw in a website

I’ve just received this email. Is it a standard practice or a scam?

I’m a Security Researcher running a vulnerability identification service for a small group of private clients, and I accidentally found some vulnerabilities in your infrastructure.

For a small fee, I will share the vulnerability details with you (includes POC, screenshots, and suggested solutions).

Paypal instructions:

  1. Recipient: scott.infosec78@gmail.com
  2. Paying for an item or service (covered under PayPal Purchase Protection for Buyers)
  3. Amount: $ 100
  4. Add a note: [redacted, my domain name]

After I receive your payment, within 48 hours, I will send you an email with all the vulnerability information.

Induction details for proof of closure of regular languages under unions

I was reading M. Sipser, Introduction to the theory of computation 3ed. where he presents a proof by construction that the class of regular languages is closed under unions (Theorem 1.25). However, he omits the induction details for a formal proof of correctness. I tried filling in the details myself but it was a mess; how is this usually done?