Two of the guys I play D&D 5e with, have recently moved to a different city.
We would like to keep playing but for obvious reasons we can’t meet face to face as much as we wanted.
Is there any online tool to facilitate the game?
Is there anything official?
(please let me know if this question is off-topic)
I have a new task to try to speed up one WordPress site. In order to do so, I copied the existing site to my company’s dev server. The problem is pages do not look quite the same. The code and DB are totally the same. After search I found that some theme settings and some fusion and toolset settings are not the same on prod and dev server. For example header width, fonts, custom.css is empty on dev (one that belongs to theme and can be edited from backend), etc…
What can that be? Do some of these components store data remotely and because of diff domain, I can not get that or I miss something else?
I’m trying to remotely install software on Windows but still can’t find a good exploit or malware. How to remotely install a RAT?
I have set up a server running Linux Kernel 4.4. How can I exploit this, preferably not a DoS attack? I have opened port 80(https), however I would rather do it in an elegant fashion so I can actually learn something instead of just mindlessly running slowloris. A specific vulnerability I have looked into is:
I have a project subsite on my Project Server 2019 on-prem, which I want to save as a template to make it a standard for all projects that will be created. Via my Browser the process is very straight forward, but I need to create the template automatically as part of the deployment process. So far I have not found a way to do this remotely.
It there a way to remotely save a site as a template? If yes, how does it work?
I am totally new to linux. I have got a linux machine with Ubuntu 18.04 installed. Since I wanted to work remotely, I tried to set up google chrome RDP on it. However, it didn’t work. Unfortunately, after that, even after I removed chrome remote desktop, I cannot start the gnome-terminal (I can start the xterm though). However, when I am logged in from another machine using Microsoft Remote Desktop, I could open the gnome-terminal fine. I am not sure what is going on. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
As stated in the title, are there any existing best practices to install Debian on a remote server, without sending clear text passwords over the link?
For example – a lot of dedicated server providers will give their customers direct access to the KVM of the supermicro board. This gives them a lot of choices – for example, I can mount any local ISO image as if it were in the CD drive.
However, installing Debian would be a no-go, because I’ll have to type in the root password during the setup, which an eavesdropper can read too.
My guess would be to create a pre-made installation image, with the SSH public key already installed. You would no longer rely on what’s on the KVM screen, but rather connect to the SSH service immediately. You’d still open yourself up to man in the middle attacks, since someone eavesdropping on the KVM connection could copy the public key and the hostkey, and intercept the connection, but I imagine it would be difficult to do in a timely fashion.
Is there any better way I am missing?
I’ve been working as a UI designer for 10 years, and as a UX designer for 1 year, so I want to gain experience in UX design.
I can work remotely and I’m completely free.
I want to remotely delete a file within a document library . How can I do this?
I have had issues with Ubuntu being hacked, I recently added a Yubikey with 2-factor authentication and encrypted the OS via LUKs. Is there any way that a hacker could breach my system via Bluetooth components on my system (mouse, etc). How safe is it?