Cores, threads and sockets: what does it mean the calculation $T = tcs$ and the number on windows task manager performance?

Well, suppose then we have an CPU system such as:

Thread(s) per core $ \equiv t$ : 4

Core(s) per socket $ \equiv c$ : 4

Socket(s) $ \equiv s$ : 1

Then, we must to perform a simple calculation such as: $ 4 \cdot 4 \cdot 1 = 16 $

Therefore, in general we have:

$ $ T = t\cdot c \cdot s \tag{1}$ $

I guess that the equation $ (1)$ gives you then the total number of threads which your system can handle simultaneously.

On the other hand, consider the figure, of windows task manager, in the following:

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In the red box we clearly see the number of "Threads". So I would like to know:

What is the difference between the number given by formula $ (1)$ and the number given by windows task manager?

Tag manager not working

trying to use google tag manager it requires code in the I tried editing the theme for our website but its returning a white screen see the below code before I add Tag Manager

    echo '<body class="'.implode (' ',get_body_class()).'">'; $  body_top_scripts = get_theme_mod( 'scripts-at-beginning-of-body', '' ); if(trim($  body_top_scripts) <>'') echo $  body_top_scripts; 


    echo '<body <!-- Google Tag Manager (noscript) --> <noscript><iframe src="" height="0" width="0" style="display:none;visibility:hidden"></iframe></noscript> <!-- End Google Tag Manager (noscript) --> class="'.implode (' ',get_body_class()).'">'; $  body_top_scripts = get_theme_mod( 'scripts-at-beginning-of-body', '' ); if(trim($  body_top_scripts) <>'') echo $  body_top_scripts; 

What can I try? I don’t know what ( 'scripts-at-beginning-of-body', '' ); is tbh but it looks like something I should find.

Which methods should I connect a VPN, via that-vpn-app or through an VPN configuration on network manager linux?

I saw there are 2 available methods (that I know of and currently focusing on) to connect to a vpn. The first one is through their application based of that vpn provider. The others is by configuring VPN Connections > OpenVpn.

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I have searched on internet and found link1 and link2. Of course, method from link2 is easier and less complex than the method in link1, but this is not my main focus here. I can’t find anywhere explain pros and cons of these 2 methods or any page explain why should a user pick one method over the others.

To be more specific in comparison, I have narrowed some areas to focus on below. Feel free to add more if there are something I should know, but missed.

  1. Speed / overall performance of the connection
  2. Security –> The permission that the VPN has accessed to on user’s devices. I’m not sure if there is any major important thing to consider if compare between OSes. Feel free to add in the answer if you would like, but I current am focusing on linux.
  3. Others. Please explain.

By the way, I used the link of the same VPN provider to show that there are actually more than 1 method to connect to the same VPN provider and not just something that varies between each VPN provider.

Issues finding other locations in the file manager of Kali 2020 Forensics mode

I am having trying to follow a homework problem for a digital forensics class. The goal is to be able to boot Kali Linux from a flashdrive in forensics mode and then mount your computer’s harddrive as read-only so that you can view and interact with it. I am struggling to confirm my harddrive’s location and the “other locations” tab in the file manager is not showing up.

For your reference here is a link to the problem I am working through (pages 4 & 5)

Any suggestions or work arounds?

How to translate Facebook Messenger Chat Plugin on site via Google Tag Manager

i’ve been using this tip in order to add Facebook Messenger Chat Plugin on a website via Google Tag Manager, and it’s working (many thanks !) How to add the Facebook Messenger Customer Chat Plugin to your site using Google Tag Manager

but : when the visitor is not connected to his FB account, the welcome phrase is in english. The other translations managed through the FB app are working correctly when you are connected to FB.

i’m really not into code, but i changed this : js.src = “**en_US/sdk.js”;enter image description here into that : js.src = “”; with no effect.

do you have a solution ?

have a nice day, A.

Which is better practice: digital password manager or a physical book of passwords? [duplicate]

These days, it’s not uncommon to have dozens and dozens of passwords for various sites and services. If you’re using different passwords for each service it can be basically impossible to hold all the passwords in your memory.

Some people keep a book with their passwords written down, and are occasionally mocked for doing so because if the book is lost or stolen, so are their accounts.

Others keep a digital password manager. These passwords aren’t hashed: a user can log in and see all their saved passwords.

The best solution (assuming we’re only using passwords) is to have unique, strong passwords memorized for each service, but that is implausible for the typical person and the volume of passwords someone needs.

Which of the following is the current best practice for a high number of passwords? Consider that the user needs to access these accounts from potentially several computers.

  1. Use a handful of passwords that you can remember and have several services share a password. (For example, three unique passwords over twelve services)

  2. Use a digital storage mechanism for storing passwords that can be accessed on logging in

  3. Keep a physical book of written passwords. Obviously it can’t be stolen digitally, but can be physically stolen or misplaced, and recovering from a lost book is very hard.

I’m assuming the person in question is keeping everyday information important to them (email, bank account password, so on) but not necessarily being specifically targeted by someone with resources. Any of these practices will probably fail against someone staging a coordinated attack.

Which tool/key manager to manage people’s public keys in organization?

I’m not really an expert on different key types but here it goes. My company never really managed keys. We have an SKS server that was set up to manage GPG keys for a couple of users sending encrypted documents.

Now a new requirement has come up: all users logging into servers will have to use SSH keys (i.e. ssh-keygen, creating rsa keys) or to use services like git.

Can I manage/does it make sense to manage GPG and SSH keys in the same tool? Is the existing SKS server the right tool to store these keys?

password manager for macOS

I can see a few options for open source macOS password manager:




Is any of these 3 more secure than the others?

I tried to browse for a while, but I couldn’t find anything meaningful on this subject. Does anyone technically competent have an opinion on this subject?


Why is that the UI/UX of Facebook Ads Manager so frustrating?

Here are the list of things that frustrates me.

  1. List of campaigns with horizontal scrollbar. You have to scroll just to see other info, and the other labels are in ellipsis.
  2. The home button. Im expecting it will bring me to my list of campaigns since it was the first screen I see when i click the ads manager from facebook. Instead it brings me to Business Home.
  3. The call the list of campaigns, ads as TABLE. Why can’t theny not just add Campaigns menu from the side navigation?
  4. The export option box is behind the collapsed side navigation, you cant see the entire box, you cant see other labels.
  5. You want to logout? Its not on the upper right of the screen. Its on the bottom left and its title is “Your personal ad account..”, your name is ellisized.

Im sure facebook can do better, Its just not what I expected.