FREE (yes. Just buy for $1 or PM me) Radio Generated from Live News Websites (from API)

How is it monetized?
Customers can only use the premium version by reading each of our emails. This site is monetized through email marketing.

Does this site come with any social media accounts?
No.

How much time does this site take to run?
Everything is automated after you run ads to it. This is to gain subscribers for automated email marketing campaigns.

What challenges are there with running this site?
The only challenge I see is running ads in the…

FREE (yes. Just buy for $ 1 or PM me) Radio Generated from Live News Websites (from API)

FREE (if you use ads to promote). All w/ Permission, Radio Generated from Live News Websites

How is it monetized?
Customers can only use the premium version by reading each of our emails. This site is monetized through email marketing.

Does this site come with any social media accounts?
No.

How much time does this site take to run?
Everything is automated after you run ads to it. This is to gain subscribers for automated email marketing campaigns.

What challenges are there with running this site?
The only challenge I see is running ads in the…

FREE (if you use ads to promote). All w/ Permission, Radio Generated from Live News Websites

How can I customize the look of a form generated by PaidMembershipPro plugin?

I am new to using WordPress but would like to create a website for a small organization. I installed the PaidMembershipPro plugin along with the "WP Bootstrap Starter" theme. I also used the PaidMembershipPro plugin settings tab to create the required paged.

However, the forms and the pages don’t look good. I would like to use bootstrap classes to make it look better. So I tried editing the Membership Levels page, but all I see is [pmpro_levels]

How can I edit the HTML code generated by this [pmpro_levels] code?

How to protect IP-sensitive data in files generated and used by users

I’m working on an offline windows application that generates and loads key results as files. However, these files provide key insights into how our product works internally. To make matters worse my users will for sure be tech-savvy but not hacker like tech-savvy. So if I do not encode it, we give away our magic. So given this problem, I have some questions:

  • Is there an encryption method commonly used to make files unreadable (or at least hard to read) except for (multiple instances of) a certain application?
  • How hard is it to read what assets (like private keys) are baked into a .dll file?

What to include in generated emails to make them acceptable to email servers?

I need to send some automated emails from a program I’m working on. This is a new feature. I’m generating the emails now, but they get filtered by most of the email servers that I send tests to. Only one server I am using accepts the emails and it allows a lot of spam through. I need to find what headers or authentication or whatever I need to add to make the emails acceptable to major servers.

I’ve tried searching the internet for questions about sending automated emails, but the lead responses are all from companies that are willing to send the emails for me, or that are recommending what the body should look like.

How do I authenticate the email so that it doesn’t get flagged or filtered as spam?

Also, does length play any part in typical spams filters (i.e. are short emails more likely to be filtered)?

New Bytes generated from an true random bytes, still true random?

I have a question regarding "True Random".

I have a true random byte generated binary sequence produced from a QRNG hardware unit.

From this true random binary input sequence, I’ producing a new sequence by a pure description process of the binary input.

There is absolute no mathematical or algorithmic transformation of the binary input, the way we are producing the result is only based on the way we are describing the input binary sequence bit-per-bit.

Process Example (all the binary values are fake and only represented to illustrate the the case) :

  1. QRNG True Random binary input sequence -> 10101011
  2. Description process of represented input binary sequence (absolutely no logical or mathematical transformation of the binary structure during this process)
  3. The new produced binary sequence obtained from the process (2) -> 1100011010111110001100111100011010

My question is to know if we can consider the newly produced binary sequence as a real true random binary sequence because there is absolutely no transformation of the input, only a descriptive representation?

How to explain that this notion does not alter the TRUE RANDOM character of the entry?

What are the rules to respect to preserve the TRUE RANDOM character of a binary output and what are the operations that are authorized or not ?!

Thank you in advance for you support :)‚Äč

Best regards.

Does all derivation trees generated by context free grammar in cnf form can be recognized by buttom up tree automata?

G is a context-free grammar in Chomsky normal form.

we define L(G) to the set of all derivation trees that formed by G.

Is it possible to create a non-deterministic bottom-up tree automaton that will accept L(G) exactly? if so, how to construct such automaton?

I think it’s true, so I’m trying to construct the automaton but having hard time to define specifically the transition function.

hope to get help.

Disable/ Remove canonical tag generated by wordpress

There is problem in my wordpress site. It is showing duplicate canonical URL issue because yoast and wordpress or some other plugin both are creating canonical tag. I have tried to remove the canonical tag generated by yoast on a specific page but that started showing other duplicate content issues. So I want to disable the canonical tag generated by WordPress or any other plugin. I have tried remove_action(‘wp_head’, ‘rel_canonical’); which is not working.

Bruteforce OpenSSL generated password

I recently lost a password to a Linux box, luckily due to various reasons I had manually set the password after generating it with openssl passwd -crypt and I still have this generated string. Would it be possible to use this to login via SSH or otherwise try some brute force attack locally comparing it with the hashed password string and if so how would I go about doing this? Thanks.

AuthorityKeyIdentifier missing from keypair generated with java keytool

Background: I’m trying to set up a QA/test environment for a system comprising (1) a web application configured for HTTPS connections, and (2) a Python-based client application running on a mobile device. The installer for the web application requests a JKS file, which is to contain the keypair the server will supply to its clients for validation and encryption.

Disclaimer: I’m a rank amateur when it comes to SSL certificates and related subjects, working in learn-as-I-go mode. Please keep any answers dumbed down to a layman’s level.

The problem:

I’ve been wrestling with java keytool, trying to make it generate a usable JKS entry for the web application’s purposes. The problem is that any entry I generate, lacks an AuthorityKeyIdentifier element. It has a SubjectKeyIdentifier (of course) and using this documentation I’ve found how to add SubjectAlternativeName and other elements… but nothing I can find tells me how to get the AuthorityKeyIdentifier.

I suspect the normal means for this involves generating a CSR and getting it signed by a CA, but since this is strictly an internal QA environment, I’d much prefer to stick with self-signed. As I understand it, a self-signed JKS entry can — and should — have an AuthorityKeyIdentifier whose KeyIdentifier is a duplicate of the one in the SubjectKeyIdentifier. But like I said, I’m stuck on how to obtain that using java keytool.

Can anyone advise or instruct on how to get this?