Can people (other than the target) hear me casting Message?

The Message spell requires verbal, somatic, and material components. The text of the spell says:

You point your finger toward a creature within range and whisper a message. The target (and only the target) hears the message…

Is the spoken message the only verbal component to the spell, or is there an incantation that I must speak at normal volume (i.e. the same volume I would use for any other verbal spell) in order to cast the spell, followed by my actual whispered message? In other words, can people other than the target hear me casting the spell at all?

Can the whisper of a Message spell be heard over loud ambient noise?

I want to use the Message cantrip to coordinate with an ally in secret. However, I want to do this during a loud battle (powerful spells being flung back and forth in a highly destructible environment). The text of the spell says:

You … whisper a message. The target … hears the message and can reply in a whisper that only you can hear.

Since the message is whispered, does that mean the target may not be able to make out what I’m saying over the din of battle? Or does “the target hears the message” imply that the spell’s magic ensures that the message is audible?

Redirect user after profile update with a message

I have been working on a website based on woocommerce and have removed the default dashboard on the my account page. But when users update their email id or change their password, it still goes to the dashboard with a message.

  1. I want to redirect users to the same profile page with a message saying "profile updated" when they change their email id.
  2. Redirect users to the login page after changing their password because changing password logs them out. Could you guys help me out?

For time being I tried using the following code to redirect to the home page for the both actions but I get a syntax error while placing the order.

function redirect_me(){   wp_redirect(home_url('/'));   exit; } 

I am a designer with less knowledge about coding. Could you guys help me out here?

Can the message from Acererak be translated into French without losing its hints?

I plan on running the Tomb of Horrors from the Tales of the Yawning Portal book, and I would like to play it in French, as we all are native French-speakers at the table.

In this dungeon, the players will get the following message from Acererak (spoilers ahead):

Are there hints in this message which only work in English? Is it possible to translate this message into French without losing any hints?

False PayPal regarding new phone number message?

I have just received a message from a false PayPal email account – (looks genuine, but it is NOT) – with the message "You added new phone number to your account".

Only I didn’t do that recently and the phone number in the email is not mine.

Here is a screenshot:

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The email does not even have the footer information that genuine PayPal info have, starting with:

"Copyright © 1999-2020 PayPal. All rights reserved."

Further more, clicking on the link in the email navigates to!!!

So, watch out for this, everyone, it is a fraud, by all appearances.

Debugging T-Sql code using Visual Studio 2019. Error message: frame not in module

Has anyone had success using Visual Studio 2019 for debugging T-SQL code, the way SSMS allows Step-into & Step-over?

When I hit debug (Alt-F5), gives me this error, after making some progress. Looks like once it hits the section of the code that calls another procedure, it gives this error.

Frame not in module.   The current stack frame was not found in a loaded module. Source cannot be shown for this location. 


1  ..    2  ..   3  SELECT 1 FROM sys.objects   4  SELECT dbo.SomeFunction(1)   5  UPDATE TABLE SET X = 1 ....   6   

It runs well, until line 3, once it hits line 4, where it is calling a different function, it throws the aboe error. In SSMS, that line just opens a new window with code for the function and show debugging progress for each F11 step-into — but not in Visual Studio 2019 (Version 16.7.1)


Why can’t we encrypt the message with sender’s private key and receiver’s public key in case of sending messages through a server?

I read that why do we need E2EE and can’t rely only on HTTPS for sending messages through a messaging app. The reason which i understood is when sender sends the message to the server, the TLS connection is associated with the server. TLS terminates at the server and whoever controls the server has the ability to view the messages since they are not encrypted.But, In this process when we send a message to the server, we are firstly encrypting the message with sender’s private key and then with server’s public key.

My question is why can’t we encrypt the message with sender’s private key and then receiver’s public key? In this way, even if it reaches server, it won’t be able to view anything since it can only be decrypted using receiver’s private key.

If this is possible, then why do we use methods like Diffie Hellman key exchange?

I am seeing ICMP type 3 error message from my firewall logs. However , I am unable to find the original request sent to that external IP [closed]

No matching connection for ICMP error message: icmp src inside: X.X.X.98 dst outside: X.X.X.11 (type 3, code 2) on inside interface. Original IP payload: udp src X.X.X.11/53 dst X.X.X.98/52906.

Can somebody please help me understand the cause.