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In D&D 5e, Tomb of Annihilation includes Dragonbait, a saurial. His stat block claims that he can understand Common but not speak it, due to the strange way in which saurials communicate. From Tomb of Annihilation, p. 218:
Languages understands Common but can’t speak
Is there any evidence, either in 5e (which I assume is just what’s presented in Tomb of Annihilation) or anything from previous editions of D&D, that suggests that Dragonbait (whether it’s about Dragonbait specifically or saurials generally) can read or write Common, since he can apparently understand it?
Or does it not work that way.
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I am trying to figure out whether it’s safe to let a payed software check its own license date validity using the client’s computer
the way this is done is by invoking time.time() function from python and comparing it to the hashed license expiry date. if the time.time() returns anything after the expiry date than the software throws a license expired error.
The concern I have is whether it’s possible for someone to change some system variables and get time.time() function return a different difference since epoch than the real actual one.
Is it worth paying for a VPN to protect myself from Google tracking since, on an Android phone, you’re logged into a Google account and Google knows who you are, anyway?
Google can still track your activities depending on what Android OS reports to them. A related question would be whether encrypted messaging and email apps protect you on an Android since, once again, the OS is designed by Google and the OS can theoretically see the decrypted messages.
Facebook Apptoken uses OAuth2 client credential code. But the
client_secret are sent to the servier via HTTP GET method. Isn’t this unsecure ?
For instance, any node that has logging enabled between the client and the Facebook server will log the GET URL. Thus exposing login credentials in their logs in clear text.
I think it’s unsecured. Or am I missing something ? Are there other more secure ways to implement client credential that you know ?
I’m DMing for a 5e party that includes a cleric, as many parties do. This cleric has found (what appears to be) an interpretation of the wording of the “Zone of Truth” spell that makes it even more powerful than it seems to be intended to be.
His idea is that since Zone of Truth tells you when a creature succeeds or fails the save, he could use it to detect if a hidden or invisible person enters the radius, as it would tell him that someone succeeded or failed the save.
Is this true? if not, is there any official example that specifically says it’s not true?
(And, if Zone of Truth WOULD do this, is there any way to prevent such a detection, as I know the party will do this a ton, and if it’s something they can do, I don’t want to deny it outright, but some villains may have countermeasures)
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Does anyone of you know how to get the number of times a given NNTP usenet newsgroup has been visited/read since a given date ?