Settings to import list

Hi, how are you?
I have a list of sites that I just scraped with scrapebox, and I want to add them to my campaign that is currently running in GSA. And I want GSA to go through those sites and be able to get some links.
Currently the GSA is configured to harvest on google.
My question is:
1. The configuration is correct to import list Or is it necessary to click on a section? View image:

2. If I import the URLs using this method, see the following image.
GSA will automatically start using the imported sites to see if it is possible to verify some or is it necessary to check any option?

3. If I use this method, see the following image:
Gsa will start visiting those sites or is it necessary to mark another option?

Blender->Unity Import Animation Failing by Overlapping Mesh Objects

I’m new to both Unity and Blender. I created this penguin 3d model, rigged it up and animated it in Blender and all looked good.

When I imported it into Unity, I noticed that this idle animation did not appear to be working correctly. As the body moves, the body mesh overlaps the belly mesh and covers a portion of it.

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This is not the case when viewing the animation from blender 2.9.

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The belly uses a shrinkwrap modifier with the body as a target.

Is this a problem with Unity import, or how I modeled this penguin in Blender? Can anyone see what I have done wrong here? Any help is much appreciated!

Why do I need –batch to import a secret key from a pipe?

Once I used this guide to transfer my secret key to my smartphone, so today I did the same thing for transfering the secret key from my workstation to my laptop.

Yes, I could have used a USB key, or I could have just relied on the first s of scp, which I’ve used to transfer the encrypted key, but I’m just curious to know the reason for this thing that I’m describing.

So what I did is:

  • On the workstation:

    1. gpg --armor --gen-random 1 20
    2. copy the string into the clipboard
    3. gpg --armor --export-secret-keys 'my key id' | gpg --armor --symmetric --output mykey
    4. paste the password from the clipboard and enter the key’s passphrase (in the right order)
  • On the laptop

    1. scp enrico@ip:/path/to/mykey .
    2. gpg --decrypt mykey | gpg --import

But step 2 failed with

... gpg: key 3F.........: error sending to agent: Inappropriate ioctl for device gpg: error building skey array: Inappropriate ioctl for device gpg: error reading '[stdin]': Inappropriate ioctl for device gpg: import from '[stdin]' failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device ... 

Upon searching on the web, I found that piping into gpg --import --batch instead of just gpg --import solves the error.

Why? From man gpg I read this:

      --batch       --no-batch              Use  batch  mode.  Never ask, do not allow interactive commands.  --no-              batch disables this option.  Note that even with a  filename  given  on              the  command line, gpg might still need to read from STDIN (in particu‐              lar if gpg figures that the input is a detached signature and  no  data              file  has  been  specified).   Thus if you do not want to feed data via              STDIN, you should connect STDIN to g‘/dev/null’.               It is highly recommended to use this  option  along  with  the  options              --status-fd and --with-colons for any unattended use of gpg. 

but even if it mentions STDIN I’m not sure I understand what this option means with respect to the error I get without it.

Can Protonmail import dsa1024 keys?

I have a public key sent by a friend. It’s dsa1024. I have imported this key into gpg and can encrypt messages with it. But, when I try to upload it to Protonmail for his contact, I get a message that it’s not a valid PGP key.

I can successfully upload other keys for other contacts. Here’s the result of gpg -k (with fingerprint and email obscured).

pub   dsa1024 2003-12-09 [SCA] [expires: 2021-06-06]       5----------------------------------------4 uid           [ unknown] ---------- <> uid           [ unknown] ---------- <> sub   elg4096 2003-12-09 [E] [expires: 2021-06-06] 

Does Protonmail not support DSA 1024? Could I be doing something else wrong?

Parallelize import of many files

I’m trying to speed up the import of a large number of files, using ParallelTable to store them in a indexed variable, eqDump. The files are in the folder “Frames” and are named “Conf_Run.1000”, “Conf_Run.2000”, … Here is what I’ve tried,

    Clear[eqDump];         SetSharedFunction[eqDump];     ParallelTable[       eqDump[t] = Import["Frames/Conf_Run." <> ToString[t]                     ,"Table"                     ,HeaderLines -> 9]     ,{t, 5000, 1000000, 5000}]; 

But the execution doesn’t even seems to start, the kernels remain idle. I don’t know whats happening, since I think it should work in the same way as here for example. I’ve tried also to SetSharedVariable[t] since I supposed each kernel should know the current t value, but doesn’t seem to help.

Thank you very much!

gpg – Cannot import public key from asc file

The title speaks all. I’m using Windows 10 Home with GPG version 2.2.19.

Whenever I try to import the asc file for Tor Browser using the command gpg --import torbrowser-install-win64-9.0.7_en-US.exe.asc, I get this fancy error:

gpg: no valid OpenPGP data found. 

Likewise, this also happens when trying to verify the installer itself with the key file by using the command gpg --verify torbrowser-install-win64-9.0.7_en-US.exe.asc torbrowser-install-win64-9.0.7_en-US.exe:

gpg: Signature made 03/22/20 10:42:09 Eastern Daylight Time gpg:                using RSA key EB774491D9FF06E2 gpg: Can't check signature: No public key 

Trying the answers in the tons of other guides here haven’t helped whatsoever. Can I get some help?