I write message on whatsapp to stranger

I wrote few messages with girl on fotka.com (something like tinder and badoo). Girl is from Nigeria. She gave me her whatsapp’s number (with localization based in Nigeria). I downloaded whatsapp and wrote 1 message. Now I think it was silly and very,very irresponsible! And know my question is: what can be done with my number? Does someone can use it for something? Please answer me.

Does Message allow me to ensure I am talking to a particular person?

Message:

You point your finger toward a creature within range and whisper a message. The target (and only the target) hears the message and can reply in a whisper that only you can hear.

You can cast this spell through solid objects if you are familiar with the target and know it is beyond the barrier. Magical silence, 1 foot of stone, 1 inch of common metal, a thin sheet of lead, or 3 feet of wood blocks the spell. The spell doesn’t have to follow a straight line and can travel freely around corners or through openings.

Alice casts Message towards a creature. She believes that creature to be her friend Bob.

The creature is, however, actually the villainous Eve merely disguised as Bob. Can Alice preclude Eve from hearing the Message?

How to avoid password TCP message sniffing and subsequent hijacking

I’m developing a TCP Streaming API for “IoT” devices in LabView.

The TCP Server will be listening to a certain port, and our devices will try to connect to it. In order to know that the connecting client is from our company, all our servers and clients will share a private key and a password. When the client connects successfully to the socket, it will send the secret password cyphered in AES256 with the private key.

But what prevents an attacker from sniffing a client’s credentials message and resend as it is to the server to gain access? Cyphering doesn’t protect that.

URL editing shows success message, but doesn’t carry out function

I’ve been looking into my college’s internal alumni network. In that we can send connections to users and when you send a connection request, you’re taken to a url which is: https://www.website.com/yourwall/sent-invite/username/?Sendcon=true And a message

Your invitation to Name was sent.

is displayed where ‘Name’ is the name of the user associated with ‘username’ Even though we get a success message, the connection request is not sent. And if we supply an invalid ‘username’ parameter into the url we still get a success message but as:

Your invitation to {:user} was sent.

Could this be a vulnerability? How can it be exploited and mitigated?

Text message clickbait attack from g4svc.info [closed]

Recently I received a text message like this:

“xxx, we’re trying to get a hold of you about your Costco receipt UUIB-LPZ. Please claim your overcharge reimbursement here g4svc.info/6Jp1UwFdf.”

Apparently it’s a scam, but I just want to dig deeper to see what kind of attack it is. Is it just a clickbait? Or maybe it contains some JavaScript that executes instantly when I clicked on the link?

However, when I try to access it again from my laptop to analyze the source code, this link is no longer valid. It’s not like that I want to attack this server, but I really want to understand how this kind of server’s architecture works, and what kind of attack this is.

My guess is that this server keeps generating random mapping path and send to victims, whenever a URL is clicked, the server will redirect the user to the actual clickbait page, and clean up the original URL so most of the time it won’t be recorded and reported.

I started a new text message and never out in a contact and it disappeared before I could send it where did it go

I started a new text message but never put in a number or a contact where it was going and then someone else texted me that I open the text and then all of a sudden that new message I was writing that was really long disappeared where can I find it where did it go I looked everywhere I use the web browser I asked Siri I asked google I can’t find it

Locate WhatsApp message destination

I’ve been interested in message tracing, so I played a bit with Cisco’s Packet Tracer and Wireshark.

Is it possible to locate the destination of a message (packages) been sent via WhatsApp? I am not trying to read data out of the packages, I just wonder if it is possible to trace the destination location of the message which has been received.

Does the Message spell truncate messages over 6 seconds long?

The Message spell’s duration is “1 round” (PHB, p. 259) and a round “represents about 6 seconds in the game world.” (PHB, p. 189)

Is a message longer than “about 6 seconds” truncated? Does the caster know it’s been truncated? Does the spell accept the too-long message anyway, or is the caster forced to limit their utterance to 6 seconds to start with?