cannot scrape any proxies (all fail from Scrapebox provided source)

Am I suppose to use a proxy when scraping proxies, all of them failed…cedSEOClub 

This is method I used. Nothing else And this is fresh install of Scrapebox

I went ahead an checked if my ip is blacklisted anywhere I don’t think it is.

Is there a way I can export these results to have you take a look?

Who to connect in filezilla with provided ftp credentials ?

From my client I received ftp account and sample listing, that credentials are valid:

ubuntu@ip-CLIENT_IP:~$   ftp CLIENT.REMOTE.SERVER Connected to CLIENT.REMOTE.SERVER. 220 ProFTPD Server (ProFTPD) [CLIENT.SERVER.IP] Name (CLIENT.REMOTE.SERVER:ubuntu): SERVERUSER 331 Password required for SERVERUSER Password: 230 User SERVERUSER logged in Remote system type is UNIX. Using binary mode to transfer files. ftp> ls 200 PORT command successful 150 Opening BINARY mode data connection...
Code (markup):

Who to connect in filezilla with provided ftp credentials ?

Can businesses and other entities identify a user based on a phone number they have provided? (U.S.)

By "identify", I mean to access personally identifying information associated with the subscriber of the given phone number. It appears that PayPal does this, since they allow a phone number to be used to verify full name (and possibly address); they verify that the full name provided (and possibly address, I’ve forgotten) matches the full name associated with the phone number that the user provides for verification.

I assume this information is not entirely public. Which entities are allowed to access it? Is there a central registry maintained by the service providers? Can anyone access it?

I am curious in particular whether "lower-level businesses or websites" (relative to PayPal, which presumably has some kind of legal obligation/status with regards to identity verification) which a user might provide their phone number to, such as dating apps, messaging apps, social media, etc, are able to access this information. (personally identifying subscriber information)

Restrict crawling of region/lang combinations other than the provided ones in robots.txt

I want to allow crawling of my website only if the URL starts with accepted region/language combinations which are us/en, gb/en and fr/fr. Other language combinations must be restricted. On the other hand crawler should be able to crawl / or /about, etc. For example:  # should be allowed  # should be blocked    # should be allowed 

Again, it should be blocked only if it starts with unaccepted region/language combinations. What I did so far does not work:

Disallow: /*? Disallow: /*/*/cart/ Disallow: /*/*/checkout/ Disallow: /*/*/ Allow: /*.css? Allow: /*.js? Allow: /us/en/ Allow: /gb/en/ Allow: /fr/fr/ 

I tested it with google’s online robots.txt tester.

Should XHTML template files for JSF be provided over the webserver?

Assume that I have a Java web application with

  • JavaServer Faces (JSF) 2.x
  • which uses XHTML files (so called Facelets) with the Java Expression language [1]

In the current configuration, it is possible to access the XHTML files over the web server. According to [2], it is possible to prevent such an access.

Do you see any relevant threats towards the current configuration?

I could image the following:

  • Information disclosure of secrets, if such secrets are stored in the XHTML file
  • Information disclosure of variable names, which are parsed when rendering the XHTML
  • Information disclosure of relevant business logic, if such logic is part of the XHTML file (which would be bad code style)



If you cast a spell as a bonus action, can you use an action provided by some ongoing spells on the same turn?

If you cast a spell with a bonus action, you can’t cast a spell with a casting time of one action (PHB, p. 202):

A spell cast with a bonus action is especially swift. You must use a bonus action on your turn to cast the spell, provided that you haven’t already taken a bonus action this turn. You can’t cast another spell during the same turn, except for a cantrip with a casting time of 1 action

Does this apply to ongoing spells that provide an action after being cast?


A beam of brilliant light flashes out from your hand in a 5-foot-wide, 60-foot-long line. Each creature in the line must make a Constitution saving throw. On a failed save, a creature takes 6d8 radiant damage and is blinded until your next turn. On a successful save, it takes half as much damage and isn’t blinded by this spell. Undead and oozes have disadvantage on this saving throw.

You can create a new line of radiance as your action on any turn until the spell ends.

For the duration, a mote of brilliant radiance shines in your hand. It sheds bright light in a 30-foot radius and dim light for an additional 30 feet. This light is sunlight.

Witch Bolt

A beam of crackling, blue energy lances out toward a creature within range, forming a sustained arc of lightning between you and the target. Make a ranged spell attack against that creature. On a hit, the target takes 1d12 lightning damage, and on each of your turns for the duration, you can use your action to deal 1d12 lightning damage to the target automatically

Am I wrong an interpreting this as allowing to cast a spell as a bonus action on the same turn as the actions provided by these spells?

  • Turn 1: I cast sunbeam
  • Turn 2: I cast hunter’s mark, then use the action provided by sunbeam to create a new beam.