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Am I the only one who can’t help but constantly think back on all the horrible security nightmares (and potential ones) from my past? [closed]

I’m not going to go into any specifics here, because I’ve learned that “certain” open source projects are extremely sensitive about any criticism and will defend any kind of madness by blaming the user for not fully reading and comprehending the often extremely cryptic and ambiguous manual, while not putting any blame on the software for allowing the insecure configuration in the first place.

You may think I’m joking, but even 15-20 years later, I still have actual nightmares about things which happened, or could have happened, or may have happened without me ever finding out, in the past, due to bad security, either by myself and others (affecting me).

A huge issue with security is not realizing one’s own limitations and having a big ego. You know how it is: you are 15-16 and you are totally an “1337” cracker, aren’t you? Everyone else is stupid and you know everything. You couldn’t possibly misconfigure or misunderstand anything, right? That manual only seems to verify what you already knew… yes, that seems to be correct… yes, now let’s put it live! It’s rock-solid!

… and then it turns out that somebody has been remotely connecting from across the world to your ultra-sensitive database for the last eight months and saved all your private information to blackmail you perpetually. Because it allowed any password as long as they guessed the default admin account. Which was supposed to only be accessible from 127.0.0.1.

The most frustrating part is perhaps that, now that I know about many of these things, I find it utterly impossible to educate others about it. They are just as deaf to my advice as I would’ve been to advice from others back when I thought it was a good idea to enable that stupid mode which bypasses all passwords, because even though I read the manual, I read it horribly wrong!

I actually remember saying to myself: “Well, they can’t mean that ANY password goes, because that would defeat the entire purpose of having passwords in the first place, so I can safely conclude that they didn’t mean this.”

They meant it.

Not one day goes by without me thinking back on all these stupid decisions, and while I know very well that it does me no good, I can’t help but be bombarded with these memories and thoughts. It’s easy to laugh at it now and shake one’s head, but when I saved the config that fateful day and reloaded the service in question, I was 100% convinced that my database was fully locked down and that I was the only person in the world who would ever be able to access it, because I had read the manual as I was always instructed to do.

The above vague story is just one out of many such cases which I’ve experienced or heard of. Somehow, these experiences make me fully understand how there can be almost daily news of major critical databases exposed to the Internet with no password. They were simply set up by people who just didn’t understand what they were doing, and I consider it unfair to put all the blame on them.

I think a lot of software is made with a strange attitude to security, where you are harshly punished for not knowing everything about the software, as the developers (but nobody else) does.

Only show certain custom posts in all_items

When I register my custom post it adds a menu option to the WP Admin Dashboard that users can click and it lists all custom posts of that type. (Please see my image below if I am not making sense about the page I am describing).

That page listing all the custom posts of that type is good and working, but I only want that page to show certain custom posts. I only want to show custom posts whose post_meta my_flag equals true. Everyone of my custom posts has a my_flag post_meta set to true or false. I want my list page to only show custom posts whose my_flag = true.

Is that possible to do when I register the custom post type? Even if it isn’t, how would I achieve this?

$  labels = array(     'name'                => _x( '_foo', 'Post Type General Name', '_foo' ),     'singular_name'       => _x( 'Foo', 'Post Type Singular Name', '_foo' ),     'menu_name'           => __( '_foo', '_foo' ),     'parent_item_colon'   => __( 'Parent _foo', '_foo' ),     'all_items'           => __( 'Foo Posts', '_foo' ),     'view_item'           => __( 'View Foo', '_foo' ),     'add_new_item'        => __( 'Add New Foo', '_foo' ),     'add_new'             => __( 'Add New', '_foo' ),     'edit_item'           => __( 'Edit Foo', '_foo' ),     'update_item'         => __( 'Update Foo', '_foo' ),     'search_items'        => __( 'Search Foo', '_foo' ),     'not_found'           => __( 'Not Found', '_foo' ),     'not_found_in_trash'  => __( 'Not found in Trash', '_foo' ), );  $  args = array(     'label'               => __( 'foo', '_foo' ),     'description'         => __( 'My custom posts', '_foo' ),     'labels'              => $  labels,     'supports'            => array( 'title', 'revisions',      'taxonomies'          => array( 'foo' ),      'hierarchical'        => false,     'public'              => true,     'show_ui'             => true,     'show_in_menu'        => 'my-plugin-menu',     'show_in_nav_menus'   => true,     'show_in_admin_bar'   => true,     'show_in_rest'        => true,     'query_var'           => true,     'menu_position'       => 5,     'can_export'          => true,     'has_archive'         => true,     'exclude_from_search' => false,     'publicly_queryable'  => true,     'capability_type'     => 'page' );  register_post_type('foo', $  args); 

I set the post_meta like so:

add_post_meta($  post_id, 'my_flag', true, true); 

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How do I reveal the Big Bad only by foreshadowing, without the reveal being too early or late?

What I plan for my campaign is to drop hints about some greater evil, and whenever my players reach the natural point of realization, have them go off on a search to stop it. I wanna do it naturally, so I don’t have a point in mind where I have a big reveal, I want to players to create it, in a manner of speaking.

How do I foreshadow the Big Bad (without leaving too large a trail of clues so that they realize it too soon after the campaign starts) so there’s not that same anticipation, but not so vague that they get frustrated?

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