Find ipad app that sends tcp packets to other device on my network

I recently found out* that my ipad is sending every now and then tcp packets on port 8000 to unrelated device on my network (which happens to be a honeypot that detects suspicious network behavior). How can I figure out what is doing that? is there any network analyzer on the ios level? I couldn’t find anything like that. any ideas? thanks!

  • I installed in my home network a raspberry pi with openCanary on it. openCanary is an open source honeypot that exposes maybe different fake services and alerts you whenever something tries to connect to it, which supposedly should happen when an attacker is trying to scan your network or so.

Need help to find out where a code lives

I've been struggling with this issue for a few days and I can't figure it out. Basically I'm editing a WordPress site, and I'm using the inspector (either Firefox or Chrome). I have been able to play with the code on the inspector and then edit the corresponding files on the server to make the changes permanent several times, however, there's this one code that I'm having a hard time with, because I can't figure out which file it is actually located in. I can see that in some cases the…

Need help to find out where a code lives

Ubuntu can not find python3, which is intalled

I have Python installed on Ubuntu, as it appear when I execute on terminal:

$ python -V Python 3.7.3

But some issues which depend on Python 3 are not working, I just cant execute Skype, Synaptic…

When I try to re-install Skype it returns the following error:

$ sudo apt install ./skypeforlinux-64.deb … E: Package python3 needs to be reinstalled, it was not possible to find such file.

I would be grateful if someone could help me.

Unity3d: Find which gameObject is in front

I have two gameObjects A and B. They are rotated at 90 degrees, which makes its local y axis face forward.

1st Case

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In this case, the local y position of B is ahead of local y position of A

2nd Case

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Even though their global position is same as the 1st case, we can observe here that local y position of A is ahead of local y position of B.

I tried using A.transform.localPosition.y and B.transform.localPosition.y to find which is greater but it doesnt work. What can I do to find which is front in these two different cases?