What kind of dragon cohort can my paladin get?

My D&D 3.5 paladin took the Dragon Cohort feat in order to obtain the services of a gold dragon (and negotiate being allowed to use the cohort as a mount from time to time) but now I’m not sure what kind of dragon mount is allowed.

Given these premises:

  • paladin character level 9
  • lawful good alignment
  • charisma modifier +4
  • no Leadership feat
  • no cohorts or followers lost
  • no paladin mount (I took the Weapon Bond ACF instead)
  • significant regional reputation (DM willing to add +1 to my Leadership score)

… I would expect my Leadership score to be 9 + 4 + 1 = 14. according to the Draconomicon p 139, table 3-14, a very young gold dragon is ECL 16 (although I expected ECL 17 based on the HD and LA listed in the srd) or ECL 13 with the Dragon Cohort feat.

Does this mean my paladin can have a sometimes-ridable very young gold dragon as a cohort or am I overlooking something?

I am not sure about the rideable part because the Draconomicon has one chapter on Dragons as Cohorts (referencing the Dragon Cohort feat, awesome) and one on Dragons as Mounts (referencing the Dragon Steed feat, terrible). However I’m not interested in the special mount summoning ability nor in arranging for a dragon lair on a celestial plane.

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A table has three columns A, B, C these columns contain values with combination of both NULL and non NULL record in all columns.

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What kind of tools would be used to carve bone?

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I’m designing a Wood Elf Outlander Warlock (in DND 5E) who only has one hand. This makes my arm near to useless. As an Outlander, I am proficient with a musical instrument, and have skill proficiency in Survival.

I have designed the character as a self-sufficient hunter, who uses everything from a kill: hides for clothes, meat for food, and bones as a carving medium.

What I would like to do is trade the musical instrument proficiency for a proficiency with a type of artisan’s tools that would be used in carving bones into practical things I could use, or decorative items I could sell.

So… my question is: What kind of tools would be used for bone-carving?

is sending SQL query operators in HTTP GET requests is some kind of security issue?

Our webserver is forwarding HTTP GET request to application server as below including a statement or condition like “AND 1=1”, our Palo Alto Firewall detecting this traffic as SQL Injection alert.

PCAP is like below

Hypertext Transfer Protocol GET /cadocs/0/j027931e.pdf?resultnum=9&intcmp=searchresultclick AND 1=1 HTTP/1.0\r\n [Expert Info (Chat/Sequence): GET /cadocs/0/j027931e.pdf resultnum=9&intcmp=searchresultclick AND 1=1 HTTP/1.0\r\n]

Can you please explain me is webserver sending this “AND 1=1” in requests is bad practice how it can help attackers? What kind of modifications can be done from webserver or application server side to resolve this?

Thank You for your efforts…

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Is this kind of attack something I should report to the main developer?

Vending machines at my workplace got recently changed and the new ones support an hybrid NFC\BT system to pay through a dedicated application.

Looking for online, I found some articles about this app being cracked and how it was done. Being several months later, I expected some new security measure to have been added so I decided to have a try and see if I could bypass them and repeat the process.

Original crack consisted of manually changing the data stored locally on a DB with a weak password, but since I don’t have a rooted phone and I have found traces of HTTPS requests being performed with checks on consistency on the credit, I decided to go another way.

Assumin vending machines do not connect online, I changed all the references to the remote REST endpoint (plain string constants) with a server of my own and I have successfully been able to login (or at least, make the app believe I logged in).

Now, assuming I fill the gaps and will be able to successfully buy stuff, is all this worth sharing with the developer, to have them take further security measures? Is there something serious they could do that would not require completely changing the infrastructure?

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Why can System F1 have kind `*`, but no quantification `∀`?

In Types and Programming Languages by Pierce, on p461 in Section 30.4 Fragments of

30.4.1 Definition: In System F1 , the only kind is * and no quantification (∀) or abstraction (λ) over types is permitted.

F1 is just our simply typed lambda-calculus, λ → . Its definition is super- ficially more complicated than Figure 9-1 because it includes kinding and type equivalence relations, but these are both trivial: every syntactically well formed type is also well kinded, with kind *, and the only type equivalent to a type T is T itself

Is it correct that quantification means universal types?

* is the kind of proper types, which are introduced on p442:

The level of types contains two sorts of expressions. First, there are proper types like Nat, Nat→Nat, Pair Nat Bool, and ∀X.X→X, which are inhabited by terms. (Of course, not all terms have a type; for example (λx:Nat.x) true does not.)

So universal types such as ∀X.X→X are proper types, and thus belong kind *. Why can System F1 have kind *, but no universal types, i.e. quantification ?

But if System F1 could have kind *, and quantification , then wouldn’t it become the same as System F2?

In System F2 , we still have only kind * and no lambda-abstraction at the level of types, but we allow quantification over proper types (of kind *).