Can UTM parameters be governed in Analytics or Tag Manager?

I’m trying to understand UTM parameters in relation to Analytics and Tag Manager governance. I understand what the various parameters (utm_source, utm_medium & utm_campaign) are for, and that you append these as querystring parameters to a link that you want to promote in order to track where a visitor from your site came from. However, I’m unsure as to how this is governed. For example, if someone was running a campaign with a link like this:

http://www.example.com/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=profile&utm_campaign=email

…do those source, medium and campaign values need to be set up in Analytics or Tag Manager in order to ensure that they’re legitimate? What would stop someone spamming my data by using their own values?:

http://www.example.com/?utm_source=nonsense&utm_medium=haha&utm_campaign=bogus

Many thanks.

Password entry: are “paste from password manager” and “eyeball to view passwords” mutually-exclusive features?


Context

NIST SP 800-63b gives the following guidance for password forms (aka login pages):

Verifiers SHOULD permit claimants to use “paste” functionality when entering a memorized secret. This facilitates the use of password managers, which are widely used and in many cases increase the likelihood that users will choose stronger memorized secrets.

In order to assist the claimant in successfully entering a memorized secret, the verifier SHOULD offer an option to display the secret — rather than a series of dots or asterisks — until it is entered. This allows the claimant to verify their entry if they are in a location where their screen is unlikely to be observed. The verifier MAY also permit the user’s device to display individual entered characters for a short time after each character is typed to verify correct entry. This is particularly applicable on mobile devices.

I had the argument made to me that these two features should not be implemented together because they would allow a user to circumvent a password manager’s protection and view the auto-populated password. I suspect this argument won’t hold water, but I’m curious about community opinions.

Is storing an encrypted 2FA backup on Bitwarden (a password manager) a good idea?

I am at the moment using Bitwarden and a separate 2FA app.

I am trying to figure out a way to be able to securely recover my access to credentials and 2FA in case my phone/laptop/other electronic devices get stolen or destroyed and am not sure if what I am doing is good enough.

The app I am using for 2FA allows for encrypted backups with a password. I use Bitwarden to manage my passwords and it also requires a 2FA code from the app.

Now I have a backup of the 2FA app on Bitwarden, where the master passwords for both are long and different (consisting of letters only). I modified the 2FA recovery code for Bitwarden (so that only I know how to read it) and store it on a piece of paper in my wallet and some other places.

My plan is if all goes wrong to gain access to Bitwarden through the recovery code and then download and restore the backup of the 2FA app, in order to regain access to the other places.

Do you think that is secure enough?

Getting bus error (core dumped) whenever I start Nautilus or any gnome specific file manager [closed]

For about a year I am having trouble with my computer it just happen to crash and after a restart it render useless and I then have to install a new os, the problem persists but now I have new problem (For which this post is actually about)

I was downloading php docs from Firefox and suddenly it hanged and I had to kill it and after that to see if anything downloaded or not I started Nautilus but it didn’t opened and when I looked into the error it says:

Bus error (core dumped)

And now no file manager is starting.

I am kinda frustrated now and really looking for some help, I’ll be really gratefull for any help.

Os: Linux fedora

How do i make a reference to another game manager? Not game object

I made a reference here but the drop down list in script seems to not contain the variables from another script

 [SerializeField] private gm MainPlatform;  public Transform SidePlatform; private Vector3 NextSpawnSidePlatform; void Start() {     MainPlatform = GameObject.FindWithTag("gameManager").GetComponent<gm>();     NextSpawnSidePlatform.x = 30.5f;     StartCoroutine(SpawnSidePlatform()); } 

Social Media Manager Course

HI EVERYONE … CAN SOMEONE SUGGEST ME A GOOD SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER COURSE WITH AN INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED CERTIFICATION BUT A VERY COMPLETE COURSE… NOT THOSE 30H OR 50 HOURS COURSE… A HONEST AND COMPLETE COURSE THAT EXPLAINS /CONTAINS ALL THE TOPICS FOR THE SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING AND INCLUDES COPYWRITING TOO… (I´VE HEARD TALK ABOUT "SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING BY NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY" AND "SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING COURSE BY BRAINSTATION"), ANY suggestion?

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; 

after….

    echo '<body <!-- Google Tag Manager (noscript) --> <noscript><iframe src="https://www.googletagmanager.com/ns.html?id=notgonnashowdis" 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) https://drive.google.com/file/d/1keVSTAWaPASnAsirl8Mkxsbtd1WMFTek/view?usp=sharing

Any suggestions or work arounds?