My Website Got Attacked: Japanese Title and Descriptions. How is this Possible?

Hello everyone, My website (estemex.com) got hacked a while ago. As you can see from the screenshot above there are many spammy URL’s indexed on Google (which doesn’t exist on my website) and the title and descriptions are made up of Japanese characters. It's clear that my website was attacked by a malicious person.

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What I'm wondering is how someone could have done it? And what should I do to protect myself from such attacks in the future?…

My Website Got Attacked: Japanese Title and Descriptions. How is this Possible?

How would Japanese people react to someone refusing to say “itadakimasu” for religious reasons?

So, it’s my understanding that in Japan it’s considered to be polite to say “itadakimasu” before eating. From what I’ve read, it seems that the meaning of this phrase derives from Buddhist and Shinto religious concepts, however, which gives rise to this question: how would the typical Japanese person respond to a foreigner (who might be a Christian, Muslim, or a member of some similar monotheistic faith) who refused to say it (as politely as possible) and cited religious reasons to do so?

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How to change japanese keymap from QWERTZ to QWERTY on Windows 10?

I’m native German speaker so the keyboard layout I’m used to is QWERTZ. Since about a year or so I’ve had the chance to study Japanese and part of it is obviously also writing texts in Japanese. I therefore added the Japanese language to my system and a corresponding keyboard to which I can switch via Left Alt + Shift and this works just fine. The only problem I have with it is that the underlying keymap seems to be QWERTY, which can be pretty annoying…

I don’t really know how to fix this, but what I basically want is to switch just the Japanese keyboard from QWERTY to QWERTZ. Any idea how this can be achieved?

Note: I’m sorry if I misused the word “keymap” and “keyboard layout” here, I’m not really familiar with the right terminology.. If the question is not clear, please let me know, I’ll try to explain it better…

Add a custom word to Google Japanese keyboard

I am wanting to type a word in Japanese that has a unique reading (not the standard onyomi or kunyomi). As such, I’d like to add it to the Google Japanese keyboard so that I can simply type the kana, and the desired kanji will show up. At the moment I have to type out each individual kanji by their standard readings to write the desired word.

How can I add a custom reading to the Google Japanese keyboard?

For clarification, please see Tip #9 on this page for an example of how to do this in Windows: http://nihonshock.com/2010/04/12-japanese-ime-tips/

One Dimensional Japanese Puzzle

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So I have been practicing competitive coding for a while now and am using codeforces.com for the same. I recently encountered a problem called “One Dimensional Japanese Crossward” on that site ( https://codeforces.com/problemset/problem/721/A ). After lots of tries and lots of fails, I was finally able to get the code accepted by the judge. However, for some reason I feel that my code is really inefficient and there might be an easier and better way to solve this problem.

The problem is a such: The judge inputs an integer and then a string with those many characters being either ‘B’ or ‘W’. We need to output how many groups of ‘B’ there are and how many ‘B’s there are in each group. For example:

Input:

6

BBWBWB

Output:

3

2 1 1.

This is what my code looks like:

#include<iostream> #include<vector> using namespace std;  int main() {     int n;     cin >> n;     string s;     cin >> s;      int bGroups = 0;     int wGroups = 0;      char initChar = s[0];      for (int i = 1; i < s.length(); i++)     {         if (initChar == 'B')         {             if (s[i] != initChar)             {                 bGroups++;                 initChar = 'W';             }         }         else if (initChar == 'W')         {             if (s[i] != initChar)             {                 wGroups++;                 initChar = 'B';             }         }      }      if (s[n - 1] == 'B')     {         bGroups++;     }     else if (s[n - 1] == 'W')     {         wGroups++;     }      char init = s[0];     vector<int>grpSize(bGroups);     int counter = 0;     int i = 0;     while (counter < bGroups)     {         if (init == 'B')         {             while (init == 'B')             {                 grpSize[counter]++;                 i++;                 init = s[i];             }             counter++;             while (init == 'W')             {                 i++;                 init = s[i];             }         }         else         {             while (init == 'W')             {                 i++;                 init = s[i];             }             while (init == 'B')             {                 grpSize[counter]++;                 i++;                 init = s[i];             }             counter++;         }     }      cout << bGroups << endl;     for (int i = 0; i < bGroups; i++)     {         cout << grpSize[i] << " ";     } } 

So basically, in the first pass over the string, I count how many groups of ‘B’ and ‘W’ there are. Then I create an int vector to store the size of each ‘B’ group. Then on the second pass I fill in the values into the vector and then output the results.

If you think you have a more efficient way to solve this then please drop it down below. Thanks a lot!

How do I setup a Japanese keyboard on Kubuntu 18.04 (Plasma 5) for a Logicool K750?

I’m new to Kubuntu having switched from Mint Cinammon in January but I have been having problems trying to get my LogiCool K750 Keyboard working correctly. Logicool is the Japanese brand for Logitech and the keyboard I have is the Japanese version as I wish to change between English and Japanese (both writing forms).

I’ve seen a few threads on here, the most useful being How do I change default keyboard layout (not input method) in Ubuntu 16.04? as well as KubuntuForms.net but thus far none of them actual work. Whilst I have been able to add Japanese language support I can not setup the keyboard to work correctly and the various variants do not include a layout that is actually correct for any Japanese keyboard I’ve seen.

I’ve included an image of the K750 layout and you’ll notice that the slashes are next to each other on the right. I’ve not seen any layouts that support this for Kubuntu whereas it just works on Linux Mint but I don’t want to have to swap back as I prefer Plasma5 and KDE.

If anyone can help I would appreciate the help as I’m rather stuck now and have run out of ideas over the last two months.