Composer Installed Package with WordPress Rest API Endpoint

I am trying to use the Square SDK with a WordPress website. I installed Composer and the Square SDK. I created a WP_Rest_API, but when trying to use the Square classes inside of the .php file, I get an error.

  1. I created a new plugin in my wordpress plugins folder.
  2. In the .php file inside my plugin, I require the "autoload.php" file of Composer from my root directory.
  3. When trying to use the classes from the Square SDK I get an error.


Thank you!

Possible Malicious Linux.Xor.DDoS installed

I am not an expert in information security. I am running Lubuntu on a laptop. Today, I ran chkrootkit and it printed the following:

INFECTED: Possible Malicious Linux.Xor.DDoS installed /tmp/clamav-71d2ee99f7e011424ab238571d720a88.tmp 

I did run clamscan. This is the first time I have seen this notice. I could not find any other reporting on it. Is this a known false positive, or does it represent a genuine intrusion — and if it is the latter, is the proper response to just go in and delete that .tmp file?

Tracking domains in installed applications

Many websites have tracking domains in their webpages, which I block using "Privacy Badger" Extension by EFF.

These domains are easily visible by pressing Ctrl+U in Firefox to see the "Page Source".

Also I have observed that many apps(which I download from the Google Play Store) show the content which is exactly similar to the content accessed by any web browser on the related web pages. I guess that those apps are nothing more than a web browser in themselves, accessing the related web pages[I MIGHT BE WRONG].

In the above case(or even in the case where content accessed by apps is aesthetically and/or functionally different than that accessed by a browser) I guess that the tracking domains(which are on the related web pages) are also baked into the apps.

My questions:

  1. Are the tracking domains present in the apps also?
  2. Any way to verify their presence[as was the case with Firefox above]?
  3. How to block them from tracking the user[as Privacy Badger does]?

Note: I am just talking about "simple" tracking methods(domains), not "advanced" ones like fingerprinting, Tracking Pixels etc.

pip not found fresh Kali Linux installed

My Fresh kali Linux install doesn’t find pip and so i can’t run my scripts. So here is what i tried:

kali# pip -V Command not found  kali# whereis pip  pip:  kali# locate pip | grep /usr/bin /usr/bin/lesspipe /usr/bin/pipal  kali# apt-search python-pip python-pip-whl  kali# apt install python-pip-whl python-pip-whl is already installed 

I also tried to add ubuntu repos with the package python-pip. But didn’t work. Sooo….yeah. Nothing really helps. Can somebody plz help me? I use kali for like one year and this is the first time this happens to me 😀 What am i missing? Somebody can explain to me? Thx in Advance.