What does it mean if a domain does not have any WHOIS information available?

For example, I found two websites that mimic my domain name perfectly eg mydomainname.com, with the two offending websites being mydomainname.bw and mydomainname.br. However the domains are not linked to any IP, nor do they have any WHOIS information available. The only way I can see that they are even registered is if I go to a domain seller that deals with .bw and .br TLDs, they tell me that the domain cannot be purchased. Does that mean the domain is just "reserved" somehow and nobody registered it?

Are web worker / service worker secure environments to store a password, credit card information, access tokens?

If there is a case where I wish to store sensitive data like a password, credit card information, or access tokens:

Are web workers / service workers a secure environment, where such data can not be compromised? If so, what to do to really secure it? If not so, why not exactly?

Where can I find more information on the Gloaming Court/Gloaming Fey?

Recently I have stumbled upon some lore that refers to the "Maiden of the Moon", who is apparently one of the "Gloaming Court". There seems to be very little information out there on the web generally, and this is not something I’ve encountered in 5e (the only edition that I really know much about) beyond the occasional reference (e.g. one of the Circle of Dreams druid’s class features briefly mentions it in passing).

I assume that 4e will most likely have the most information given that the Feywild was introduced in 4e, but if there are any references to the Gloaming Fey/Court in earlier editions (or if I’ve overlooking something in 5e), then any lore from any edition is welcome.

Just to be clear, my focus is on the Gloaming Fey/Court generally, not necessarily the Maiden of the Moon specifically (although I’m also interested to know more about her as well as part of the general information about the Gloaming Fey/Court).

What I’m looking for is lore, not gameplay or mechanics; I’m hoping that an answer will say "there’s a big chuck of information in <insert book name here>, and also in these Dragon magazines <insert various magazine numbers here>", ideally with page numbers or at least section headings. I’m not necessarily expecting large quotes trying to compile all of that information here.


Related (but broader than what I’m looking for): Where can I find more lore about fey and eladrin?

can’t see information on author page that don’t have posts

I have page for each author role, but if the author doesn’t have any posts I can’t get its variables, because the loop is empty. The page returns empty, no avatar, no author name and bio.

How do I get WordPress to pull out the author variable if there are no posts?

I’m using hello elementor theme and WP User Avatar plugin.

Where can I find official lore information on Saurials?

In D&D 5e, Tomb of Annihilation includes Dragonbait, a saurial. This is a race that I have gathered in my online research existed in previous editions of D&D, but besides the slivers of information included on Dragonbait, to the best of my knowledge 5e does not have much to say about them.

I’m interested in learning more about this race from previous editions. What source books (or magazines of whatever) from previous editions would I best look into in order to do that? I believe it’s likely to be 2e or 3.Xe material, but I still don’t know the names of the books/magazines to look into.

Note that I’m only interested in lore, not information on mechanics, stats, gameplay, etc. I’m not interested in books that only describe gameplay information.

In this case, lore includes things like lifespan, behaviour, habitat, religion, etc (some of this I’ve found on the Forgotten Realms wiki, but it doesn’t go into much detail, for example it doesn’t mention their lifespan).

Is there any more information about the mines seen on the map of Chult in Tomb of Annihilation?

In Tomb of Annihilation, in chapter 2, there is a map of Chult on p. 39, the “DM’s version” with all of the hexes filled in and all of the locations named and displayed.

However, although many of the locations are named, there are various “mines” that are shown throughout the map (and we can tell that they are mines because the legend tells us that that’s what that symbol means), but unlike the named locations, they are not expanded on later in chapter 2.

Below is a section of the map showing a few of these mines (shown by the symbol of a spade and pickaxe), as well as a few examples of named locations (in spoiler quotes in case any players currently in a ToA game shouldn’t be looking at it):

What is the purpose of these mines being on the map? If my players find one, what am I supposed to do with that? Is there any further information on these mines in the book? Hopefully I’m just being blind and it’s right there under my nose, but I can’t seem to find anything else about these mines…

Is Microsoft Forms adequately secure to collect personal health information? [closed]

I want to make a survey on a website using Microsoft Forms. Patients would input personal health information into this form, so I want it to be secure.

The Microsoft website indicates that Microsoft Forms is HIPAA and BAA compliant, which sounds great; however, when I dig deeper, I don’t really find what I want to see in plain English.

Can information submitted over Microsoft Forms be read by someone other than me, the website owner?

How to separate information within 1 line of user input? (Python3) [closed]

I want to know how to separate information within 1 line of user input using Python3. For example, the user types

5 1 7 8 12 13 

The 5 represents the number of numbers that follow, and I want to store those numbers (1, 7, 8, 12, 13) in 1 array as integers. I have tried splitting off each number as a String and then casting it as an int, but this doesn’t work well if the input line contains two (or possibly more) digit numbers.