SQLServer: Why is a Shared lock blocking on an IX lock when Read Committed Snapshot is enabled?

Our system has randomly started deadlocking in areas where it previously had not, and an analysis of the deadlock graph looks like it should not even be happening to begin with. Here is a screenshot of the deadlock graph.

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For reference: The left node is a basic insert into the sync_entities table, where the right node is "update sync_entities set A=B, C=D from sync_entities e join sync_revisions r on e.id=r.entity_id where r.id in ()"

Based on my understanding of lock compatibility, an Requesting an S lock when an IX lock exists would block only if Read Committed Snapshot is off, but it is turned on for this database, and has been for a very long time. Am I missing something?

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I am a part of an organization that is developing a website that required user authentication, and we are strongly considering FIDO compliance.

However, our use case requires users to be able to log-in from shared computers (i.e. father and son may share the same computer). And we cannot expect our user to carry around a FIDO authentication token (U2F key) as well.

In such a scenario, is it safe to use on-device biometric sensors (i.e. cameras, fingerprint scanner) on a shared device to authenticate multiple users?

Would a two word domain name with a shared letter between the words be treated the same for SEO as the fuller name?

I found a domain name (2 words) that is not available. Then I found almost the same domain name with a slight difference, the last letter of the first word is the same of the first letter of the second word.

Ex : jamessecret.com (not available)      jamesecret.com (available) 

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I have a bulletin on my site that all valid users have access to (read and write). User input posted to this bulletin is stored in JSON. Because of these qualities there is definitely some concern for XSS. Im hoping to figure out the best way to protect my app and its users when using this feature.

Some thoughts:

Validation – because this is a bulletin/message board I would prefer to allow users access to any character they can type. One user might need to say Boss says "Specials for ages < 12 & > 65 are as follows...". Because of my requirements, validation does not seem possible.

Sansitization – this has the same issues as validation, we would lose functionality.

Encoding – Im fairly new to this and do not know how one might encode user input to make it safe within the DOM (or JSON). If this is the preferred route I am interested in links to documentation or examples.

More Context:

I am adding to the content by doing something similar to the following; where obj is the full entry and message is the user supplied input.

var body = $  ('<p>').text(obj.message); 

Because I am only adding user input in the text context does that mean I can avoid concern?

Lastly, I am newer to using JSON to store user supplied info. I have not been able to find much on JSON security but if you have any topics related to the above, I would appreciate links to documentation.

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I’m working on an extra-planar supplement for DM’s Guild, and it got me wondering:

Is the 5e cosmological model that the material planes are comprised of all DnD settings, official and otherwise (Forgotten Realms, Eberron, and other published or future campaign worlds), surrounded by the outer planes which are common to all of them?

If this is the case, would that mean that the outer planes are comprised of souls from realms other than the players’ native world? Would a party who ventures there meet souls originally from Eberron, Athas, Greyhawk, etc.?

On the other hand, it’s possible I’m confusing my editions, and in 5e each campaign world has its own greater cosmology. In that case, are the outer planes unique to the Forgotten Realms, and does Eberron, for example, have its own set of outer planes?

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The password manager 1Password has a feature where multiple accounts in a group ("family") can share login information with each other.

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How then can I decrypt / see the password that a family member shares with me through the Shared Vault without 1Password decrypting it?

If all passwords are encrypted with my private master password, how can it be possible that another user can decrypt it without me or the password manager knowing the master password of the other person?

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