I just bought a 2017 Macbook Pro with the latest OS (Mojave). In the OS X Mojave Security and Privacy-Firewall settings, I set Firewall to “Block all incoming connections” as I am extra cautious, but will my software (such as Chrome web browser, Firefox, etc.) still get new updates? For example, will my Firefox browser still get the latest software updates or will I have to manually check for software updates because the firewall is blocking all incoming connections?
I have a calendar list on sharepoint 2016 for managing meetings in our organization. The problem is when we send a meeting by outlook to this list the Start and End Time field has about 14 hours difference with the actual start time however the Created time field is correct. we all checked the time zone of server,sharepoint regional setting,outlook and all of them are the same. The point is that incoming meeting that send from gmail is set on a correct time in this list. Does anyone have an idea to solve this problem?
Is there an option to manage sound notification behaviour on a Android phone?
Description: In the morning, I do watch YouTube lectures, but every minute or so I do receive Slack message, that mute the voice in the video for 5 seconds. It is really annoying, and hard to listen the lecture.
How it should be:
Option 1: Allow a notification to interrupt the sound/video stream without muting it (so the 'bip' would overlay/merge to the sound stream, but the video would continue). Option 2: (the current system state): Mute the application, but do not stop the video (very annoying)! Option 3: Mute the application, but stop the stream/video/music.
I know that there are some option to mute the phone (manual), or install an app (automatic), but I do not wan’t do mute the notification itself. I do want to hear it, just without muting the sound/video/music that is currently playing!
My system Android 5, Samsung Galaxy S5
Related topic: Disable Notification while watching Videos or Listening Music
I have a google form where multiple students will anonymously submit comments/feedback for another peer.
Currently I am using the formula below to essentially concatenate all of the student comments specific to the individual receiving feedback.
=(join(" ",transpose(iferror(filter($ L$ 3:$ L, $ C$ 3:$ C=$ C3,$ B$ 3:$ B=$ B3)))))
- The line break within the “join” function is to separate the individual comments by a line break.
- Column L: The original comment submitted by the students.
- Column C: Filters by the name of the student being evaluated.
- Column B: Secondary filter criteria.
I am currently using the add-on “CopyDown” to apply said formula to each new submission. However, I notice that the newer submissions do not concatenate prior entries even though the filter conditions are met; the formula works correctly when I manually copy/paste it into the cell.
Is there a way to alter the original formula to dynamically update the cell contents as new submissions are incoming? Perhaps through arrayformula?
I have a question. In my bank statement there are few incoming transactions such as 800 or 1000 or 2500 apart from my monthly salary. Actually these amounts are mine which my friends paid back to me as i have paid for various reasons such as we were traveling together or outing and having dinner together and the expenses occurred is paid by me thru credit card and sharing charges are paid back to me from their back account online. How can i justify this scenario to visa officers while submitting the application for UK visit visa. Kindly advise.
Thanks in advance.
My Yahoo! email account was working fine until I noticed an email from a co-worker bypassed my inbox all together and ended up in my trash file. I checked all my filters and blocked addresses and did not find anything that could be causing the problem.
I put up with the inconvenience and just kept checking my trash folder for her emails. It was only her emails that were by passing my inbox. This has been going on for a couple of months.
My account was hacked about a week ago and I changed the password of my account.
Now I have several other emails from clients which have also bypassed my inbox. These emails are ending up in my trash folder and my SAVE folder.
What do I do?
I have a server used as a Web and SSH server under Arch Linux. In it runs a VPN client, with OpenVPN. If I have properly understood, the VPN changes the routing tables, leading to forwarding all the traffic through the VPN.
Then, when I try to request my Web site hosted on the server, it has become unavailable. I have a very primary knowledge in networking, but what I can assume (feel you free to correct me if I am wrong) is that the request is correctly received by the server through the usual interface, let’s name it
eth0, but given that the route has changed and passes now through the VPN, the response should be sent on the VPN’s interface, which is obviously impossible for security sake.
I looked up the following threads:
Reply on the same interface as incoming with DNATed IP
but unfortunately, they have been unhelpful.
Let’s call the VPN’s interface
tun0. What I would like to do, is to reply to requests on
eth0 on the same interface, namely
eth0 itself, instead of
tun0 as the VPN runs. Another precision, my server is behind a gateway which is different from it (two different IP addresses).
1) Is it possible to do so?
2) What are the different ways to do that?
Thank you in advance for your feedback.
So my server is getting slammed with thousands of SSH login attempts. Fail2ban is catching and banning them – but my inbox it’s worrying me and it filling up inbox with alerts. Here’s a sample of what I’m seeing:
May 28 15:26:09 sshd: input_userauth_request: invalid user test [preauth] May 28 15:26:09 sshd: pam_unix(sshd:auth): check pass; user unknown May 28 15:26:09 sshd: pam_unix(sshd:auth): authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser= rhost=<<SNIPIP>> May 28 15:26:11 sshd: Failed password for invalid user test from <<SNIPIP>> port 41344 ssh2 May 28 15:26:11 sshd: Received disconnect from <<SNIPIP>> port 41344:11: Bye Bye [preauth] May 28 15:26:11 sshd: Disconnected from <<SNIPIP>> port 41344 [preauth]
What’s interesting is when I attempt to connect using something like:
ssh test@myserverip -p 41344
my connection attempt eventually times out and I see no entry in auth.log – which is what I would expect to happen given I’ve locked the machine firewall down via UFW: (sidenote: I’m already running ssh on a non standard port)
ufw status verbose Status: active Logging: on (low) Default: deny (incoming), allow (outgoing), disabled (routed) New profiles: skip To Action From -- ------ ---- Anywhere DENY IN 184.108.40.206 Anywhere DENY IN 220.127.116.11 Anywhere DENY IN 18.104.22.168 Anywhere DENY IN 22.214.171.124 Anywhere DENY IN 126.96.36.199 Anywhere DENY IN 188.8.131.52 Anywhere DENY IN 184.108.40.206 Anywhere DENY IN 220.127.116.11 Anywhere DENY IN 18.104.22.168 22 DENY IN Anywhere 2200/tcp ALLOW IN Anywhere 25/tcp ALLOW IN Anywhere 80,443/tcp (Nginx Full) ALLOW IN Anywhere 2246 ALLOW IN Anywhere 2812 ALLOW IN Anywhere 2247/tcp ALLOW IN Anywhere 19999/tcp ALLOW IN Anywhere 82/tcp ALLOW IN Anywhere 22 (v6) DENY IN Anywhere (v6) 2200/tcp (v6) ALLOW IN Anywhere (v6) 25/tcp (v6) ALLOW IN Anywhere (v6) 80,443/tcp (Nginx Full (v6)) ALLOW IN Anywhere (v6) 2246 (v6) ALLOW IN Anywhere (v6) 2812 (v6) ALLOW IN Anywhere (v6) 2247/tcp (v6) ALLOW IN Anywhere (v6) 19999/tcp (v6) ALLOW IN Anywhere (v6) 82/tcp (v6) ALLOW IN Anywhere (v6)
So my main question is, how is it possible that someone is even getting a chance to attempt a login on port 41344 when I can’t?