Found txt files on phone that contain hashed data [closed]

I am just trying to sort some info, over the holidays I discovered four txt files containing hashed data in my “documents” folder on my phone (android, some 4 years old, ice cream sandwich ?) – some of the blocks are obviously base64 noted by the “=” but some are not.

Currently my decrypting has brought to light quite a bit of asian language – possibly mandarin chinese, with some himilayan, japonese (possibly korean or vietnam chars also), but i have hit an impasse as my cryptography knowledge is weak. I also have revealed some uft chars that “look” a bit like javascript, and possibly some PHP, but are resembling code structures ( braces, math structures like w * w, etc… )

My question to those more educated – i need to know some basic approaches for revealing this data beyond what i can dig (my knowledge only assists my so far). I am happy to provide test sets, as i believe that this is -either a hack at my phone over holidays, or something like a message from disparaged asian sweat lodge folks that we might be able to help. Anyone interested in shedding some light ?

Players found another loophole (?)

I’m a new DM, so I’m using a starter pack with a storyline, although I have adapted it a fair amount. The thing is, that earlier today one of my players decided that he can use Alter Self to create a tentacle which he can use to enter his opponents through their mouths or other holes, and once inside them he can just wiggle it around and squish their internal organs. I’ve tried arguing that it can’t be done by that spell, but him and some of the others say that it can and it’s really just semantics at this point. Also, I do want to encourage the players to be inventive and I really want them to have fun, but I feel like this is game breakingly over powered. Any advice on how I can limit it or anything else I can do? Please

What was the source of this Magic Items PDF found on Wizards’ website?

This “New Magic Items” PDF, found in the files section of the Wizards of the Coast website, has been shared around on various forums and linked in handbooks over the years. It has several fairly useful items, such as the mantle of rage, but when going through the WotC website, it’s nowhere to be found. What’s the source on it?

(This question came to mind because of a comment by @HeyICanChan wondering about the source of this obscure article, and I ended up wondering as well.)

SQL Database ‘Project_Content’ on SQL Server instance ‘XXX’ not found – after removing project server

I keep getting this error in event viewer. I reckon project server was installed before on the farm and it has been removed but it seems its still looking for the content database see error below

SQL Database 'Project_Content' on SQL Server instance 'XXX' not found.  Additional error information from SQL Server is included below.  Cannot open database "Project_Content" requested by the login. The login failed. Login failed for user XXX\'. 

How can i stop this and where can i inform the SP farm that it doesn’t exist anymore. Thanks in Advance

Crawl distributed file system error: The object was not found

SharePoint 2013 Standard server.

We have a a distributed file system (DFS) which I want to crawl.

I use a UNC path like:


The account that runs the crawler can access it. I tested by logging in with that account and pasting the above path into explorer.

I run the a full crawl and get the following error message:

The object was not found

I run with and without proxy, same difference. Any ideas?