Add post meta data date to event

I created a post metabox that uses the datepicker to pick a date value. I got as far as adding the metabox and getting the datepicker to work but other than that im struggling to get the data saved to the post. This is my code in my functions.php:

//Add date picker css function admin_styles() {     if ( 'events' === get_current_screen()->id ) {         wp_enqueue_style( 'jquery-ui-smoothness', // wrapped for brevity             '//code.jquery.com/ui/1.12.1/themes/smoothness/jquery-ui.css', [], null );     } } add_action('admin_print_styles', 'admin_styles'); //Activate function function admin_scripts() {     if ( 'events' === get_current_screen()->id ) {         wp_enqueue_script( 'admin', get_template_directory_uri() .'/js/admin.js', [ 'jquery-ui-datepicker' ] );     } } add_action( 'admin_enqueue_scripts', 'admin_scripts' );  //Add date meta-boxes  function post_date_field($  post) {    echo '<input type="text" id="jquery-datepicker" name="entry_post_date" value="' . get_post_meta( $  post->ID, 'entry_post_date', true ) . '">'; } function post_date_meta_box() {   add_meta_box('entry_post_date', 'Date', 'post_date_field', 'events', 'side', 'high'); } add_action('add_meta_boxes', 'post_date_meta_box');  //Save Data function save_date_meta_box($  post_id){     global $  post;     if( $  post->post_type == "events"){         if (isset($  _POST)){             update_post_meta( $  post_id, 'entry_post_date', strip_tags( $  _POST['entry_post_date'] ) );         }     } } 

After publishing or updating the post I dont think the date value is saved

GTM – Bad Event Tracking Code – Pageview Hit must precede event

I’m having trouble finding a GTM error. The error states that Google Tag Manager isn’t receiving the URL/page-name in Google’s Behavior->Landing Pages report before it receives an event.

I’m not sure how to find the offending page and of course, Google can’t tell me the offending page, so trying to use Google’s Tag Assistant would mean testing every single page on the website.

The error appears to be happening on all of the major browsers, so it doesn’t seem to be browser specific.

I tried to lookup one session by matching the session duration with user sessions. The session begins at 11:58 pm and ends at 12:04 am. However, when I use Google’s Tag Assistant, it doesn’t show any errors.

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If this were the problem page, it would appear that GTM looses the page name when the session wraps over the midnight hour, but this seems improbable.

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How can I properly identify the offending page without using Google Tag Assistant on every single page?

What counts as a “specific goal, event, or activity” for the Divination spell?

The divination spell states:

Similar to augury but more powerful, a divination spell can provide you with a useful piece of advice in reply to a question concerning a specific goal, event, or activity that is to occur within 1 week.

I’m not sure what limitations the language about “a specific goal, event, or activity” imposes. The immediate motivation for this comes from a Kingmaker campaign that I’m currently running. After an attack on their capital, my players came up with the idea of casting divination once a week to ask “Will anything attack our kingdom this week?”

I’m trying to figure out if this is specific enough, and if not, what would be specific enough. On one hand, it’s not a specific event – they aren’t expecting any particular attack. On the other hand, it’s arguably a specific goal – keeping their citizens safe from large-scale threats.

Also, I expect my players to use divination many times during this campaign, so I’d like to know how this language limits the spell beyond this one case.

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Interpreting SSH information on Windows Event Viewer

I am currently reading through Windows Event Log (OpenSSH) looking at the artefacts created by an attack, I am trying to understand the meaning of certain notifications.

A brute force attack was made by myself, from a Kali Linux machine and the software I use was Metasploit.

In Linux when I ran the nmap command on the target machine, I looked instantly at Windows Event Viewer and received this SSH notification:

  • “sshd: Did not receive identification string from ipaddress on port portnumber

I was hoping to receive information about the attacker machine (Linux) such as name of machine or user or is this not possible?

AlienVault Alert – What is this event saying?

Title: ALA4747 - AV Policy violation, Tor anonymity network usage on 172.30.0.11 (172.30.0.11:64689 -> 8.8.8.8:53) Extra info:  Source IPs: 172.30.0.11  Source Ports: 64689  Dest. IPs: 8.8.8.8  Dest. Ports: 53  Ticket details  Description:  Event Type: AlienVault NIDS    Event Description: AlienVault NIDS: "ET POLICY DNS Query for TOR Hidden Domain .onion Accessible Via TOR"    Ocurrences: 2 First Ocurrence: 2019-12-17 17:56:50    Last Ocurrence: 2019-12-17 17:56:50 Number of different sources: 2 Number of different destinations: 2 Source: 172.30.2.250 Dest: 172.30.0.11Shape   Description:  Event Type: directive_alert Event Description: directive_event: AV Policy violation, Tor anonymity network usage on SRC_IP  Occurrences: 2  First Occurrence: 2019-12-17 17:58:45  Last Occurrence: 2019-12-17 17:58:45   Number of different sources: 2  Number of different destinations: 2   Source: 172.30.2.250   Dest: 172.30.0.11  

How to make the pressing of a button keep an event occurring at a controlled rate?

Suppose I use a Button[] to make some event occur, how can I make the pressing of this button keep that event occurring at a controlled rate? I tried the following:

x = 0; Button["X", Dynamic[Refresh[x = x + 1, UpdateInterval -> 1]]] Dynamic[x] 

But it doesn’t keep repeating the event x=x+1 if the button keeps pressed. If there is some neater/better alternative without Button[], I’m open to it.

Alternative routes for Incident Response approach other than Windows Event Viewer?

I am currently developing an Incident Response Plan for a computer that has been hacked (no malware installed, just a system hack). My plan is to look through Windows Event Viewer to try and detect any unusual behaviour to the machine.

However, if an attacker has changed the contents of the log file or altered the time, what are the alternative routes for developing an IRP other than Windows Event Viewer?

Is it possible to get XSS without event handlers?

I am pentesting a super strange website and was trying to get Stored XSS on their main website. After some hours of testing i found that it is possible to inject sucesfully without any encoding:

<img src="any" alt="any"> 

Cool right? the thing is i have tried +50 event handlers (some of them not even working for images) and 80% of them were blocked by the waf and the rest that were accepted (code 200 instead of 500) but were stripped from the response, even invalid ones. So

<img src="any" asdasd=asdasd alt="any"> Turns into --> <img src="any" alt="any"> 

So i was wondering, is there any possible way to exploit this without event handlers?

i know that isn’t allowed for most browsers and will not trigger anything (correct me if I’m wrong here).