Key Pair permission on Windows 2019

I generated a key pair on Windows Server 2019 using the native ssh-keygen located in System32\OpenSSH. Now I think the permissions of the private key are somewhat worrying…

  1. Is it expected to have read-write-execute (700) for Administrators, and for the SFTPClient user (part of Users, not Administrators) on the Windows implementation?

  2. Is there any reason why the key isn’t following the same logic than on Unix/Linux? (POSIX permissions set to 600 = read-write for owner only)

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[ Photography ] Open Question : Is it illegal to use a photo of someone on a business card without their permission?

I’m a photographer and I’m in the process of making business cards for myself. On one side I have my personal info, and on the other I was going to use a photo that I took of somebody during one of my past gigs that showcases my style. However, a graphic designer friend of mine said that I can’t use a photo of someone on my card without their permission. Is this true?

Under what conditions can malware bypass macOS Catalina’s permission system? [closed]

Catalina has some new security features which include System Preferences > Security & Privacy features, which requires apps to request access to specific computer functionality such as camera, microphone, full disk access, input monitoring, etc.

Under what conditions could malware bypass such requirements to use those components without permission, and would it still be visible inside System Preferences > Security & Privacy or would they be capable of hiding their presence?

Is Permission Based Email Marketing Ethically

As the internet is flooded with aspiring online home-based entrepreneurs and marketers, web consumers are constantly receiving their emails promoting their brands and wares. Today, a lot of ‘junk’ email is received in the email in-box just like yesteryears’ when post boxes outside the homes were filled with junk mail. If marketers want better results from their marketing efforts, they must adopt the better marketing approaches, although their marketing strategies may be versatile and powerful. It is possible to enjoy higher Return On Investment (ROIs) using the best of email marketing strategies, but without the proper marketing ethics, even the best marketing strategies and campaigns could fall flat. Effective Email Marketing Email marketing has been proven as a very effective online marketing strategy for online business ventures. This is due to the fact that many consumers have emails and advanced technological devices such as smartphones and mobile devices with Wi-Fi facilities. These components are sufficient to send and receive emails at any time from anyone to anywhere. Modern consumers with emails tend to check on their emails a couple of times a day. This consumer habit benefits businesses that manipulate emails to reach their targeted niche markets or secure a wider audience in promoting their business. Effective emails would draw consumers to be potential leads to the business where a building of strong relations could convert potential leads to customers. Email marketing is also cheap and fast. The advanced technologies of today lower the cost of sending an email compared to slow mail and other traditional marketing strategies. This is an excellent marketing tool for new businesses that are low in budget. Organic and free web traffic could be harnessed through a proper implementation, although paid traffic could also be procured quickly for the desired business marketing activities. However, the wrong way of manipulating email marketing could backfire on the marketer where web consumers become annoyed and against the brand or business. This could happen with spam emails which take up busy consumers’ time and inbox space. A bad impression could be impinged on the brand and business which does not augur well with the marketer in the marketplace. Hence, it is crucial for the marketer or entrepreneur to adopt good marketing ethics in engaging email marketing to win over customers. Permission Based Email Marketing Marketers thinking of engaging in email marketing to promote their brand and business wares today should consider implementing permission based email marketing. This is an ethical approach towards email marketing where marketers request the permission of targeted potential leads to be opted into their customer database or email listing. This form of email marketing approach is also known as opt-in marketing whereby email recipients are given an opportunity to say ‘yes’ to receiving business news via emails. The securing of consumers’ permission makes it easier for the marketer to send relevant emails of marketing information without worrying about annoying the recipient. Once permission is secured from identified business prospects, better marketing campaigns could be designed to increase the chances of compelling potential leads to make purchases and be converted as business customers. When the business lead opts into the business emailing list, the marketer requires less effort and time in developing the best of promo materials to benefit the consumer. This form of marketing helps to boost the bottom line of the business as more quality time could be identified in establishing strong customer relations to generate trust, respect and confidence between the two parties. It would be easier for the marketer to secure more accurate information from the potential leads through online surveys in various emails sent to understand the needs of the consumers better. The proper approach of permission based email marketing which the marketer is to adopt is by providing an online opt-in form via emails or at the web business site where the potential leads indicate their consent in receiving further updates or news regarding the brand or business from this particular marketer. This approach confirms the potential lead’s interest and inclination towards the brand and company to empower the marketer in sending relevant emails to the potential leads. When an appropriate business email is sent to these potential leads, it is possible for these potential leads to find favorable and value added products or services which they could order or purchase via the marketer. The marketer would enjoy better bottom lines from the highest number of sales triggered from these potential leads who are now inclined towards the brand or business. Ethical Marketing Ethical marketing via emails is a strong testimony of the marketer’s character which calls for mutual respect and integrity. Marketers who exercise ethical marketing are highly respected in the USA Business Phone List market with a strong show of upright character which augurs well with all consumers. 

This is unlike interruption marketing which is spamming consumers’ email in-boxes regardless of consumers’ feelings and feedback. Spamming is very much frowned upon by marketers pushing loads of promo emails to their list of potential leads in the market. Marketers could be desperate to such unethical marketing approaches when their business fluctuates with the market. Modern consumers do not like marketers to coerce them into accepting the brand or business offerings through numerous emails which could clutter up their in-box, especially when marketers spam their in-boxes with multiple copies of the same message. Ethical marketing is powerful in this era as mutual respect is exercised and business opportunities come at the right time for the marketers to present their brand or business benefits. Politeness in marketing campaigns wins more customers than forceful approaches. Opted in customers remain loyal and positive towards the brand and business when they are able to exercise their free will in choosing their brand and company for products and services. Loyal customers through permission based email marketing make purchases on the brand which keep the business afloat in all seasons. They could also help to spread the word about the brand and business if they are truly satisfied with the product or service rendered.

Trying to contact Red Orca for permission to print an answer in a book [migrated]

I apologize in advance for breaking protocol. I’m just looking to get an official okay on rewriting and publishing Red Orca’s answer in this thread in an upcoming book about Magic Items. I looked for alternative ways to contact them but fell short. It’s an incredible answer and I’d love to make it more widely known to people out there looking to categorize their own items.

They can reach out over reddit to u/griff-mac or Discord to griffmac#9421, if that’s more appropriate. Thanks in advance, and again, I hope I’m not breaking rules too egregiously.

Cheers!

Moving SQL Server Database Files to New Location – Why permission error?

I was trying to move a database (.mdf + .ldf) to a different directory on the same server hosting the SQL server. I followed these steps found in this link:

  1. ALTER DATABASE MyDB SET SINGLE_USER WITH ROLLBACK IMMEDIATE

  2. ALTER DATABASE MyDB SET OFFLINE

  3. ALTER DATABASE MyDB MODIFY FILE (Name = MyDB, Filename = ‘N:\DATA\MyDB.MDF’)

  4. ALTER DATABASE MyDB SET ONLINE

  5. ALTER DATABASE MyDB SET MULTI_USER

How do I move SQL Server database files?

When I got to Step4, I got “Access Denied”. Unfortunately, my maintenance windows were very short and no time to troubleshoot. So I decided to drop the database and restored it using the WITH MOVE clause to place the DB files in the right directory. No issue.

My question is why did I get “Access Denied”? I didn’t change MSSQL service account. It’s the same account that ran the RESTORE.

Thanks

ISP provider does not giving permission to change my router password

We have got a new connection from a local ISP provider, the provider supplied a router and other few devices, then he has configured the device with a password, but he does not allow us to reset or change the password for own. means we are unable to configure anything from our side, Is this good secure for our personal data?