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Gathering Intel – Strategies on balancing social time for different types of players?

I am both a DM and player for our group in two separate campaigns. Some of us are brand new and some are semi-moderately experienced.

I have a noticed a pattern in both games where some players, (about 2 or 3 out of 5), really enjoy the socialization of talking up npc’s and persuading and getting the most of whatever dialogue they can get going. The others seem bored during that portion of role play. I think there are two factors; 1 – their character is someone with terrible social skills and they may feel like trying to engage is sub-optimal or not a good idea, 2 – they want to get to aspects of the game they find more interesting for them.

So when I am GM I want to try to balance between the two and when I am a player (playing a barbarian) I try to stay engaged and input my low intelligence/high ego and let people see that I don’t get punished for opening my mouth.

So I am trying to come up with a balance between the two, which leads to my question: What are common strategies GMs use to balance socialization time for these players with different priorities?

I will mention that the campaign I am GM’ing for is in its early stages, so I am currently facing the setup of the main campaign hub for early-mid game and looking at all these different threads and NPCs the characters have to meet, and knowing that their tendency is to do the online MMO thing of optimizing quest gathering by sweeping through town and collecting all the quests before deciding which are worth pursuing and whether they can complete several at once… which would be one heck of a giant information dump and socialization session.

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AMD SEV equivalent of Intel SGX EGETKEY?

An application running under Intel SGX can invoke EGETKEY to obtain an encryption key from the CPU HW. The same key will be obtained each time the application is run. This allows the application to encrypt data with the key (a/k/a seal it to the SGX enclave), exit, restart, and then decrypt the data again. However, since nothing outside that particular SGX enclave can obtain the key, nothing outside the enclave can access the data. Thus, securely saving persistent data across separate invocations of an SGX enclave is possible.

Is there any equivalent to this with AMD’s SEV? I can’t find one:-(

It seems that AMD’s SEV model is a little different from SGX; rather than the encrypted VM being able to obtain a persistent key from the HW, some remote/external entity would provide any required crypto keys to the VM over a trusted channel after verifying the HW’s attestation that the expected code is running inside the VM. However, I’d like to create a VM that’s self-contained, and can manage its own data encryption/sealing without requiring an external entity to know/store/provide the key, as is possible with SGX. Is this possible?

Notes on rejected possibilities:

  • Embedding the key into the VM image will not solve the issue; an external entity could simply examine the VM image and extract the key.
  • Storing the key in a TPM won’t help; any other software on the host could make use of the same key in the TPM, since the TPM doesn’t distinguish between different (different pieces of software) clients on the same system, and so would allow any software to use the key, not just the one VM that “owns” the key. While TPM keys can have authorizations (essentially passwords) attached to them, this would create a circular issue; how to provide the authorization value solely to the one VM.

Is it possible to debunk Intel Management Engine conspiracy theories using a data usage monitor device?

If there would be any backdoor in recent Intel CPU’s, then it should send and receive data secretly.

Isn’t it possible to easily debunk this conspiracy theory by implementing a third physical device between the computer and the router to find out if there’s a difference between the amount of data transferred as reported inside the operating system and the actual amount of data that the third device in the middle counts?

How can access to Intel ME / AMT be disabled with firewall?

Short of flashing BIOS, there seems to be no way to disable the Intel ME.

So, is there a reliable way to block access to Intel ME, such using HW firewall (Firewall in front of the machine, not running on the same machine)?

If Intel ME was used legitimately, how exactly would it be accessed ?

Would it be access using the same IP (and same MAC address) as the normal NIC, or does it have separate interface ?

How could I on the firewall distinguish between traffic going to main NIC, ant traffic going to Intel ME ?

Would disabling the onboard NIC, and using some other PCI NIC help ?

Why is it so hard to find description how Intel ME actually works ?

I just need basic info, and cannot find in nowhere online.

AMD EPYC vs Intel Xeon

Now that AMD EPYC has been out for two years and there are many providers now offering them, I’m curious as to how you guys think their perf… | Read the rest of https://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1784078&goto=newpost

Screen Brightness wont change Ubuntu 18.04 Intel

Cant change the brightness with keys or through the bar on the top right.

ive changed my /usr/X11/xorg.conf.d/FILEHERE multiple times with different given solutions and each one breaks my computer to command line only.

Ive made changes to my /etc/default/grub to include/change

GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quite splash"  

to

GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash acpi_backlight=vendor" 
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash acpi_backlight=video" 

And even tried adding a backlight file (to which i get a not allowed error even running in sudo), on.

/sys/class/backlight 

but since I am not allowed i am all that is in my /sys/class is

.              drm             mdio_bus      printer       tpm ..             drm_dp_aux_dev  mei           ptp           tpmrm ata_device     extcon          mem           pwm           tty ata_link       firmware        misc          rapidio_port  usb_role ata_port       gpio            mmc_host      regulator     vc backlight      graphics        nd            rfkill        vfio bdi            hidraw          net           rtc           video4linux block          hmm_device      pci_bus       scsi_device   virtio-ports bluetooth      hwmon           pci_epc       scsi_disk     vtconsole bsg            i2c-adapter     phy           scsi_generic  watchdog devcoredump    i2c-dev         powercap      scsi_host     wmi_bus devfreq        ieee80211       power_supply  sound devfreq-event  input           ppdev         spi_master dma            iommu           ppp           spi_slave dmi            leds            pps           thermal 

Any help at all is greatly appreciated.

ps: Sorry about the my wining, Just annoyed with breaking my computer multiple times while being blinded by my max light laptop monitor.